The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer

  • Title: The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer
  • Author: Michelle Hodkin
  • ISBN: 9780857073631
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer When Mara Dyer wakes up in hospital with no memory of how she got there or any explanation as to why the bizarre accident that caused the deaths of her boyfriend and two best friends left her mysteri
    When Mara Dyer wakes up in hospital with no memory of how she got there, or any explanation as to why the bizarre accident that caused the deaths of her boyfriend and two best friends left her mysteriously unharmed, her doctors suggest that she start over in a new city, at a new school, and just hope her memories gradually come back But Mara s new start is anything but coWhen Mara Dyer wakes up in hospital with no memory of how she got there, or any explanation as to why the bizarre accident that caused the deaths of her boyfriend and two best friends left her mysteriously unharmed, her doctors suggest that she start over in a new city, at a new school, and just hope her memories gradually come back But Mara s new start is anything but comforting She sees the faces of her dead friends everywhere and now she s started to see other peoples deaths before they happen Is she going crazy As if dealing with all this isn t enough, Noah Shaw, the most beautiful boy she s ever seen, can t seem to leave her alone But does he have her best interests at heart, or another agenda altogether

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    About Michelle Hodkin


    1. Michelle Hodkin is the author of the Mara Dyer Trilogy, which was a New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly bestselling series The trilogy, which includes The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer, The Evolution of Mara Dyer, and The Retribution of Mara Dyer, was described as haunting and dreamlike by Cassandra Clare and darkly funny, deliciously creepy, and genuinely thoughtful by Veronica Roth Lev Grossman has called Hodkin One of the greatest talents in Young Adult fiction The novels were praised by Romantic Times, MTV s Hollywood Crush, and the Los Angeles Times, and books from the series appeared on several state reading lists Additionally, The Retribution of Mara Dyer was selected as one of TIME s Top 10 YA Books of 2014 Hodkin grew up in Florida, went to college in New York, and studied law in Michigan, before finally settling in Brooklyn last year You can visit her online at michellehodkin twitter MichelleHodkin pinterest michellehodkin michellehodkin.tumblr


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    1. Warning: this review contains flashing gifs and foul language.I've spent two years avoiding this book. I remember in 2011 when I stumbled across that exciting GR description and pretty - if slightly creepy and discomfiting - cover, but my initial curiosity was quickly dampened by the reviews from my trusted friends. And for nearly two years, I have listened. My intentions were to never give this book/series another thought, until I recently came across this interesting page: 15 Young Adult Book [...]

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    2. Well, let me get this out of the way - The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer has nothing whatsoever in common with The Adoration of Jenna Fox, even though their publisher-provided plot descriptions are almost identical. What it is similar to is the infamous bestseller Hush, Hush, but it is just a tad less offensive. So, if you are a fan of that novel, The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer is your next natural reading choice.I'll attempt to refrain from excessive ranting here, but, goodness, this novel is just as ba [...]

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    3. 1.5 stars Welcome to yet another teen romance masquerading as a paranormal novel. If you’re like me, you’ve been salivating to read this book for months because of the breathtaking cover—and of course, the premise of a girl waking up in a hospital with no memory of how her friends were killed is pretty intriguing. I’m sorry to say, however, that the maddening phenomenon I’m calling “cover fraud” strikes again, since this is another book whose interior does not live up to its beauti [...]

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    4. HmmWhere do I even start with this book? I guess I should start by saying The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer and I have this awkward love/hate relationship. If this book were a person, it'd be the boyfriend I sometimes had fun with, but never wanted to take with me in public because I knew he would do something stupid and embarrass the hell outta me. For majority of the first half of the book, I wanted to stomp it into the ground with my pair of patent leather pumps. However, somewhere along the lines, [...]

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    5. After feeling this was a 3 Star read (based on content) that I had a 5 Star time reading, I decided to meet in the middle with a 4 Star Rating. 😂 Just go with it. All you Mara Dyer haters out there, I get it, there are all the same issues here that people had with Twilight and all the other hyped teen paranormal books of the era. I found them too, but I was prepared going in; I didn’t pick this up until after everyone else had already read it so I knew that these books set feminism back abo [...]

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    6. ♦This is THE best book I’ve ever read.♦I don’t rate my books one star to five stars. I rate my books one-star to “The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer.” People always want to know what my absolute hands-down favorite book is. And it’s funny because when they ask, they always give me that good minute-long silence for me to think it over. But I never need a minute. And I probably never will.This is my favorite book.This book is my trump card whenever my friends and I are talking about the mos [...]

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    7. What a strange book.So strange in fact that I don’t know what to make of Mara Dyer.The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer is peculiar. It’s a paranormal story with scenes that border on illogical and highly infused with sometimes cringe-worthy, sometimes heart-stopping romance.BUT.It’s also thrilling and hard to put down. I kept my lights on, as recommended by Rachel Hawkins, and let me tell you that you’ll want to do that, too.It won’t scare you. But it will raise goose bumps on your arms and le [...]

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    8. “But without my big mouth, no one would know that a seventeen-year-old who likes Death Cub for Cutie was responsible for the murders. No one would know that somewhere out there is a B student with a body count. And it's important that you know, so you're not next.”This book messed with my sanity. It teased it, played with it and then tossed it aside and left me trying to gather my wits, something that felt like catching feathers in a tornado. Impossible.I was very hesitant to start this book [...]

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    9. I truly have no idea where to even start. I'm sure if I just said 'Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow' over and over again that it would get my point across just fine, but that might be a little repetitive and inarticulate. I'm going to try to get my very gushing thoughts in order for you guys.When I opened the pages of The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer I had no idea what to expect. The synopsis really doesn't give you much, and I like it that way. The vague synopsis, the eerie cover, and the fantastic titl [...]

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    10. You know when you read a book and you can stop rolling your eyes and think “I’m too old for this shit”?! Well, that was me reading this book. The premise was interesting. A girl uses a ouija board with her friend. She wakes up in the hospital not remembering how her best friend died. Paranormal things start happening…But there were so many bad YA tropes I just couldn’t deal.Conversations that would never happen between teenagers (come on nobody will quote a few sentences from Lolita ju [...]

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    11. Replace "with you and Jade i guess?" to "with The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer?" and the reply can stay the same.Yes. I went there.Warning(Yes I am actually aware of how juvenile that was.)There will be no love for Mara Dyer here. If you have a problem with that, I suggest you go read another review. The funniest part is that whenever I make a warning like this it ends up getting ignored and I'm trolled anyway, but hey, it was worth a shot, right?Right?Also, because I can't be fucked to individually [...]

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    12. SPOILER FREE REVIEW: youtube/watch?v=5fQpaPeople have been recommending this to me for ages and I just decided to pick it up on a whim recently and oh my freaking god, this was amazing. I flew through this and literally had to force myself to put it down and get some sleep it was that good. The characters were amazing, the plot was amazing, the writing was amazing, IT WAS SO GOOD. It really wasn't what I was expecting but in the best possible way. I'll film a more coherent review soon, I need ti [...]

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    13. This review can also be found at my blog,Cait's Corner! Laides and Gentlemen, gather 'round! welcome to*trumpets blare*Cait's Review of Mara Dyer!The profound, prolific, and purely dramatic prologue. *lights dim and a single spotlight focuses on me; a narrator's voice comes out of the loudspeakers* Cait doesn't think The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer can get any more terrible than reading Twilight and having no memory how she read that without imploding.It can.She believes that there must be more to t [...]

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    14. I want you all to know that the only reason I'm writing this review is because I have nothing better to do. It's not because I want you to understand how I felt about it; it's not that I have anything particularly inspiring or interesting to say. In fact, this quite nicely mirrors the sort of experience this book gave me. Sometimes, when I'm reading a fucking terrible book, I have to stop and wonder: why did no one catch this? I'm sorry to keep banging on and on and on and repeating the same dre [...]

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    15. I've had this book on my TBR before, but then I removed it because it looked too fluffy you know But it was still on my ereader so I thought, "Why no give it a go?"I'm so glad I did, because I could have missed out on one of the best stories I have ever read!Mara Dyer has just survived a horrible accident, her friends weren't so lucky.To help cope with the stress, her parents move the entire family to a new town. New beginnings. But the past has a way of following you wherever you go. Mara reali [...]

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    16. I’m definitely with Aunt Cassie (Clare) on this book. It’s completely romantic and intriguing, I was definitely drawn in from beginning till end and I did not expect that I’d like this book that much. It probably has a lot to do with Noah who had me swooning from scalp to toenails. I think I have a new book boyfriend!I’m sure the plot wasn’t perfectly played and I definitely spotted loopholes in the storyline but you don’t get to read a lot of good paranormal stories these days. The [...]

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    17. Re-read in November 2014THE ENDING THE ENDING OH MAN I FORGOT THAT WAS THE ENDING. My general thoughts on the book remain the same as the last time I read this; the romance was a bit cheesy, but the mystery and plot twists really held the whole thing together!Onwards to book 2!!First read in January 2013WOOO. AWESOME BOOK. At times the main Mara and Noah gave off a very "Bella & Edward" vibe which was a bit of a turn-off for me, but the whole mystery and creepiness of the book was great! And [...]

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    18. Shit Shit Shit Noah effing Shaw Shit Shit Shit ShitDamn you for making me squeal like an idot in front of other people! Damn you.For the past week I must have started close to a dozen books and this was the only one that I came back to and actually held my attention. I don't want to jinx it by proclaiming it had broke me out of my month-long slump because really it's too early to tell but what I can definitely say is my attention didn't waver the whole day I was reading the book. Drat did I just [...]

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    19. What a mind trip this book was! Throughly enjoyed it!

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    20. This beauty is currently on sale for 1.99 (it's usually I think 10.99?!?) amzn/2xiinVD“I didn’t know what was real, what was a nightmare, what was a memory.” – Mara DyerWell Mizz Mara Dyer, you and I have that in common. I spent the majority of this book in a state of utter confusion with the question “WTF is happening?” on repeat in my brain. Let’s break it down quickly, shall we? Mara Dyer wakes up in a hospital having been involved in an accident she has no recollection of. Beca [...]

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    21. This book was so darn creepy and delicious that I just want to take a moment to shriek: IT IS REALLY GOOD at you. Okay. I'm good now. I've done my shrieking. HAHAHA JUST KIDDING I HAVE SO MUCH TO SAY. So I went into this book knowing a lot of people liked it but not knowing really what it was about. <-- #StoryOfMyLifeSinceIAmTooLazyToReadBlurbs (My bad.) But it's basically about Mara Dyer (SURPRISE) who has PTSD after an accident that killed all her friends. So she and family move to a new to [...]

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    22. whattheever-living hell did i just read-----this book isuly a relic of a bygone time in YA history

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    23. “And just like that, I was completely, utterly, and entirely,His.”4.5/5 starsMichelle Hodkin is such a good author. The novel just grips you and won't let you breath until you've read it all!Most of what I have to say about the Unbecoming of Mara Dyer is positive.I've read it twice now and I have to say that I really very much enjoy reading the dialouges. I mean, I enjoyed all of it, but especially the dialouges. They're funny, sassy, sexy, always taking turns.The plot is well worked out and [...]

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    24. I think this was probably my most anticipated book in the past months, and I also think that was it's downfall. You really look forward to a book. Everyone is saying how incredibly awesome it is. Nothing could ever be as good as this book - except maybe Daughter of Smoke and Bone - so how can it possibly live up to my already extreme expectations? Well not like this. Mara Dyer - Oh Mara Dyer, you had such an awesome beginning. A mysterious and creepy letter to set the mood. A strange event no on [...]

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    25. II can't evenwhat in the worldDID I JUST READ?This book is wrong in so many ways. Wrong and confusing. Wrong, confusing and weird.What is wrong? Pfftt, honey, the whole book is wrong to be exact.I just can't believe that this book, with such an amazing cover plus having an awesome *trailer (With a hot hero) which can convince almost everyone to read this and then having such a mysterious yet gripping blurb to make this book sound so good to the readers here, can be sod. *youtube/watch?v=u_XXgYLe [...]

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    26. I keep hearing mixed things about this series.I am intrigued to read it because of the mind thing and it really sounds interesting.Any feedback?

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    27. Regardless of the flaws, this story captivated me. Everything was too easy, the characters too clichéd, the romance too center stage, considering the "paranormal" genre it's put inbut I'm still hooked, feeling very "*~omg omg noah shaw*♡"

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    28. My name is not Mara Dyer, but my lawyer told me I had to choose something. a pseudonym. a nom de plume, for all of us studying SATs. I know that having a fake name is strange, but trust me - it's the most normal thing about my life right nowACTION AFTER READING THE BOOKWell okay. Not that perfect. Second read showed me that, this book was not at all perfect as I thought it was, the first time I read it. But still, the 5 stars remain. I've read this book back in 2012 I think. I loved it then, I s [...]

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    29. This book was sooo good

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    30. *About 2 Stars*I know there is no shortage of five star ratings for this book, but I think I completely missed the bus on this oneI feel terrible saying this, but to be completely honest, I'm not quite sure what I read. Sure, the writing was decent and the book started off promising, to the point where I couldn't put it down--but then there was just an avalanche of craziness crumbling down and smashing into me. It was overwhelming and confusing, and I honestly couldn't keep up. It was as though [...]

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