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Dearly, Beloved

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ISBN13: 9780345523341
ISBN10: 0345523342
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Lia Habel is in her twenties and lives in western New York State. She is fascinated by zombie movies and Victoriana, interests that eventually led her to write Dearly, Departed. When she first got an agent, she was literally opening envelopes for a living. By the time the auction for Dearly, Departed was held, she was considering food stamps—which, thankfully, are no longer a consideration.

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jasmineroster, September 25, 2012 (view all comments by jasmineroster)
Overall, Dearly, Beloved is a great sequel. It was a bit slow, story-wise for me, but I enjoyed all the characters and their growth. Well, I didn’t exactly enjoy Michael, but he was still an important character :P Definitely one to be read if you enjoyed the first in the series :]
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Del Rey
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Habel, Lia
Grade Level:
from 8 up to 12
8.52 x 5.79 x 1.51 in 1.3 lb
Age Level:
from 13

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