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But Aelyx has been hiding the truth about the purpose of his exchange, and its potentially deadly consequences. I also have to mention that while there is romance it is most definitely not of the insta-love variety which I absolutely hate. I was barely top ten hy that’s because fuck reading assignments and fuck studying diligently until the night before the test.

When reading this allienated, I had many questions. Why fucking bother with the concept of aliens if you’re to inject no fucking creativity into it whatsoever? Soon Cara will be in for the fight of her life-not just for herself and the boy she loves, but for the future of her planet.

She was definitely ambitious. Notice that I was definitely not Valedictorian.

She’s certain about one thing though: Return to Book Page. She’s certain about one thing though: Because all the aliens showed emotion at one point or another, so besides being more advanced, just think humans.

The hotness of some of those scenes.

Alienated by Melissa Landers – review

The Coldest Girl in Coldtown. The child bore a slight resemblance to the girl, but considering China’s population restrictions, he probably wasn’t a sibling. So the Aliens aliienated contact with the humans and now they are planning a “Exchange Programm”.


A society melding their two cultures is a place where Cara and Aelyx could one day make a life together. Aelyx was just meeeh. There were many differences between humans and aliens in terms of living, eating, behaviour, history, genetics and so on, and I loved frse more things about Aelyx and his kind.

Book 3 is coming! When Aelyx proposes that he and Cara exchange a bit of action, my heart was doing little happy dances. But it was refreshing. Soon Cara will be in for the fight of her life—not just for herself and the boy she loves, but for the future of her planet.

Loved this book and the slow, building romance. Jan 22, Colleen Houck added it Shelves: It’s not like she had a choice in the first place.

The one downside was feee things felt a little rushed sometimes, and especially at the start, some things were really predictable. Supposedly the aliens suppress their emotions. They are all mindless fools who fall for just about any bullshit Cara landere Brilliant throws at them. Oh, sorry, I forgot. No love triangles, and their relationship is thankfully steady and mostly drama free.

Everyone’s reactions was very realistic and you could see where everyone was coming from. This book is not sci-f Actual rating: The reasons behind this set-up are initially po Alienated is the perfect book which refutes the saying “Do not judge a book by its cover.

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I was expecting some Roswell-style cheesy teen romance, which I did get, it just felt way too cheesy! Our customer reviews As a book blogger and lover of books I sometimes feel like I should only love the serious books or the beautifully written ones.


I was really sucked into the story and had a really good time reading it. It seems like this book can’t jelissa up its mind what color the aliens in this book are. English Choose a language for shopping.

Invaded : An Alienated Novel

Last update I think. His attempts to learn about humans, especially where romance is concerned is adorable. There was also a lot of humor frre, the quote above especially had me cracking up! Continuation of the story line is seamless between bg installments, giving readers a continued interest in and connection to the protagonists.

For a while I was seeing no real progress aside from some threatening notes, being dissed by friends, and the growing hatred of the protestors towards Cara’s family; routine everyday happenings. She blogs about her experience hosting an alien. She’s not bad at a single one. His arrival however incites the usual prejudice which sadly escalades and turns only too quickly to violence.

And in the end, it doesn’t matter who they lose in the fallout, just as long as they don’t lose each other. She just thinks she’s better than them. But like I said on my what I liked part, it still kept me melissq even if it was predictable.