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ISBN:1595710396
Author: Aimee Carter
ISBN13: 978-1595710390
Title: Words Without Rhyme (The Zac Trilogy, Book 2)
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Language: English
Category: Action and Adventure
Publisher: Word Association (November 1, 2004)
Pages: 264

Words Without Rhyme (The Zac Trilogy, Book 2) by Aimee Carter



2004) (The second book in the Zac Trilogy series) A novel by Aimée Carter. Zac Lucas is ready to start his new life. A hundred miles away from his hated hometown and finally free of the people who made his childhood unbearable, he moves in with an uncle he never knew existed and starts to make friends he never knew he could have. Enter Parker Huntington, a devilish and devoted friend who helps Zac get on with his life. Science Fiction Fantasy Horror Urban Fantasy Paranormal Romance Young Adult Fantasy.

Words Without Rhyme book. Yet even as he helps him cope, Parker reveals his own troubles, ones that could shatter Zac's carefully wrought cocoon of recovery. Words Without Rhyme (The Zac Trilogy, Book 2) (Zac Trilogy). 1595710396 (ISBN13: 9781595710390).

The Blackcoat Rebellion. Aimee Carter was born on January 24, 1986 in Detroit, Michigan where she currently is resides. Originally published as a single hardcover book, Phoenix Ashes, on January 1, 2003. Blue Car Nights (November 1, 2004). Words Without Rhyme (November 1, 2004). Leaving to Stay (November 1, 2004). The Goddess Test (May 1, 2011 - Harlequin Teen). The Goddess Hunt - A Goddess Test Novella (March 1, 2012 - Harlequin Teen). The Goddess Interrupted (March 27, 2012 - Harlequin Teen). The Goddess Legacy - A Goddess Test Novella (July 31, 2012 - Harlequin Teen).

Hardcover Paperback Kindle. Hardcover Paperback Kindle. Pawn Pawn is the first book of The Blackcoat Rebellion series. One of the great works of young adult fiction, the book is about a girl named Kitty Doe. She is a III who lives in misery but she gets a chance to become a VII and get out of her miseries. The choice is very clear either she has to live with the people she loves in misery or she has to leave them to become someone else.

Captive by aimee carter book chat. The Blackcoat Rebellion. Captive by aimee carter book chat. Aimee Carter was born on January 24, 1986, in Detroit, Michigan, where she currently is resides. Carter graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in Screen Arts and Cultures. She also earned a First Degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do from Progressive Martial Arts.

Aimee Carter Synopsis: Blue Car Nights by Aimee Carter is the author’s debut novel and the first book in the Zac Trilogy. Zac Lucas has never told anyone about his dreams – not his parents (he’s an orphan), not his best friend E’beth, and certainly not the Lexingtons, whose cold mansion has never felt like home and Zac feels the only thing that brought them together is bad luck. He has never told a soul that every night, for as long as he can remember, he has spent his dreams walking down a suburban street with Minty, a man who offers the kind of guidance, friendship and fatherly love Zac has.

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Aimee Carter is an American author, born in 1986 and raised in Michigan, where she currently resides. She started writing fan fiction at eleven, began her first original story four years later, and hasn’t been able to stop writing since. Besides writing and reading, she enjoys seeing movies, playing with her puppies, and wrestling with the puzzles in the paper each morning. Her first novel for young adults, THE GODDESS TEST will be published by Harlequin in early 2011. 2004 - Words Without Rhyme (Paperback) ISBN-13: 9781595710390 ISBN-10: 1595710396 Genre: Literature & Fiction. Phoenix Ashes (Paperback) → Hardcover ISBN-13: 9781932205060 ISBN-10: 1932205063 Genre: Literature & Fiction.

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Zac Lucas is ready to start his new life. A hundred miles away from his hated hometown and finally free of the people who made his childhood unbearable, he moves in with an uncle he never knew existed and starts to make friends he never knew he could have.

Enter Parker Huntington, a devilish and devoted friend who helps Zac get on with his life. Yet even as he helps him cope, Parker reveals his own troubles, ones that could shatter Zac's carefully wrought cocoon of recovery.

As they work through their problems together, Zac starts to flesh out his musical talent and lay the groundwork for his future - and, perhaps too late, he begins to appreciate the importance of his past.