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PDF ´ BOOK The Advice Girl ↠ GWAIRSOFT ✓ [Ebook] ➭ The Advice Girl (Dalara, #1) ➬ L.A. Shaw – Gwairsoft.co.uk Kira and Sophia have been best friends since they were five years old They share an apartment together and tell each other everythingEveryone loves Sophia and she is often called the advice girl by The truth She falls into a deep depression confused and lost until a visit from a strange man puts her in the middle of a war between two secret societiesKira soon understands that she is in danger and doesn't know who to trust She has to fight for her own life no I thoroughly enjoyed The Advice Girl It was a uick read and kept me very interested The plot was interesting and full of suspense I love how the story started in once place and you ended up somewhere completely unexpected There were so many twists and turnsThe story begins through the point of view of Kira whose best friend Sophia has been killed in a mysterious fire at their apartment Kira is understandably devastated over the death of her friend and the first few chapters shows us how difficult it is for her to cope with her death As the story unfolds we learn that everything isn't necessarily as it seems and Kira herself is now thrown into danger that only originally involved Sophia only From there we are brought into a world of danger suspense and mysteryI loved the story but I did have a couple of issues with it The story is told from alternating points of view by several different characters which is something that I really like in books In the beginning of the book it alternated based on chapter but as it got further involved it would change in alternating paragraphs and sometimes sentences it seemed I could look past it and still enjoy reading it but at times it did confuse me There were a couple of times that I actually had to go back and re read a sentence or paragraph to figure out whose point of view it was in The only other issue that I really had was the insta love between two of the characters Normally I don't have a problem with it but I think it would be better if the relationship between the characters had developed a little bit before it happened I would have liked to know about them individually first because they seemed like they would have such great complex individual stories If that makes any senseOverall I REALLY enjoyed reading this I am giving it a 35 due to the issues I had but don't let the minor problems I had deter you from reading it It is a short exciting read and the the beginning to a new series I will definitely be checking out the seuel as we are left with uite the cliffhanger at the end of this one

The Advice Girl Dalara #1The truth She falls into a deep depression confused and lost until a visit from a strange man puts her in the middle of a war between two secret societiesKira soon understands that she is in danger and doesn't know who to trust She has to fight for her own life no I thoroughly enjoyed The Advice Girl It was a uick read and kept me very interested The plot was interesting and full of suspense I love how the story started in once place and you ended up somewhere completely unexpected There were so many twists and turnsThe story begins through the point of view of Kira whose best friend Sophia has been killed in a mysterious fire at their apartment Kira is understandably devastated over the death of her friend and the first few chapters shows us how difficult it is for her to cope with her death As the story unfolds we learn that everything isn't necessarily as it seems and Kira herself is now thrown into danger that only originally involved Sophia only From there we are brought into a world of danger suspense and mysteryI loved the story but I did have a couple of issues with it The story is told from alternating points of view by several different characters which is something that I really like in books In the beginning of the book it alternated based on chapter but as it got further involved it would change in alternating paragraphs and sometimes sentences it seemed I could look past it and still enjoy reading it but at times it did confuse me There were a couple of times that I actually had to go back and re read a sentence or paragraph to figure out whose point of view it was in The only other issue that I really had was the insta love between two of the characters Normally I don't have a problem with it but I think it would be better if the relationship between the characters had developed a little bit before it happened I would have liked to know about them individually first because they seemed like they would have such great complex individual stories If that makes any senseOverall I REALLY enjoyed reading this I am giving it a 35 due to the issues I had but don't let the minor problems I had deter you from reading it It is a short exciting read and the the beginning to a new series I will definitely be checking out the seuel as we are left with uite the cliffhanger at the end of this one

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The Advice Girl (Dalara, #1) Þ Kira and Sophia have been best friends since they were five years old They share an apartment The Advice Kindle together and tell each other everythingEveryone loves Sophia and she is often called the advice girl by people who know her Kira believes she knows her The Advice Girl by LA Shaw is an exciting and suspenseful paranormal novel With original plot and interesting characters it's definitely a breath of fresh air in the YA genreThe story revolves around two best friends Sophia and Kira These two were BBF's since they can remember always doing everything together sharing good and bad moments supporting each other having fun together and sharing secrets They live together as roommates and they're basically inseparable The bond they share is deep and strong sibling like The story kicks off with Kira returning home from work to find the building surrounded with police cars and fire trucks It turns out that the apartment she shares with Sophia was almost completely burned at least Sophia's side Kira's side wasn't damaged all that badly and that the police discovered unidentifiable human remains inside Kira convinced that her best friend died in the fire suffers an emotional breakdown and falls deep into depression She blames herself for Sophia's death as she was the one who advised her to take a day off work and rest The funeral is held Kira moves in with her parents and after a few weeks long grieving period she decides to visit her apartment in hope of recovering some of her and her friend's belongings What she discovers though is Sophia's backpack untouched by the fire and a note hidden under a loose floorboard in her friend's room A mix of dread and relief washes over Kira as she learns from the note that her friend did not die in the fire but is still very much in danger of losing her life In her letter Sophia explains that she was targeted by some sort of mysterious organization and so she was forced to fake her own death and flee And like that wasn't hard enough to stomach Kira soon learns that she herself have become a target and now her life is in danger too Both heroins find themselves thrown into the world of mysteries supernatural powers and secret societies This is where the real fun begins The Advice Girl being less than 200 pages long is a fast and pleasant read and I had a lot of fun getting through it The story has a huge potential and I think it would be even enjoyable if it was a little bit longer The friendship between Sophia and Kira was beautiful strong and unbreakable It was believable which is great Unfortunately I can't say the same about the uickly unwinding romance between Sophia and Ethan It was just so unnatural to think that a girl who not so long ago almost lost her life and found herself on the run separated from her family and friends would jump right into flirting teasing and basically throwing herself at a guy she just barely met Na ah this is just unthinkable Kira was the one who did all the worrying and crying and grieving while Sophia acted like a brainless lust driven creature There was such a huge contrast between Sophia's and Kira's emotional response to the whole situation that I was dumbfounded and baffled The strongest selling point of this story is it's uniue and refreshing plot It is solid and well thought out very original and gripping I thoroughly enjoyed the mystery and paranormal parts of the novel they were fantastic LA Shaw definitely knows how to captivate her readers with fast paced action and unexpected twists The characters are well developed and likable even Sophia despite her light heartedness was overall a positive and lovely heroine The narration of the story gets a little bit confusing at times as it varies from being told from Kira's first person perspective to third person perspective but thankfully it does not affect the story flow in a negative way To sum it all up Packed with action secrets romance friendship and supernatural abilities The Advice Girl has the potential of becoming the next bestseller YA series that everyone will be hyping over I loved the story there are however parts of it that need some brushing up and for that reason I'm giving it 45 I am looking forward to reading the next book in the Dalara series BOOK å Î L.A. Shaw

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L.A. Shaw Î KINDLE Friend better than anyone But in a mysterious accident Sophia loses her lifeKira is mourning the devastating loss when she finds a note addressed to her from beyond the grave Kira realizes she doesn't know her friend as well as she thought as she starts to uncover Let me start off by saying that the plot for The Advice Girl is FANTASTIC It's rife with intrigue suspense violence and romance and it kept me turning the pages I didn't realize it was a novella and I was disappointed in that but only because I wanted Shaw's characters are very realistic and I can identify with them on complex levels Shaw's prologue and intro immediately hooked me and I loved the first person narrative initially In fact I usually love first person narratives because they draw me in uickly in a way that I feel like I'm there But ultimately that's where my expectations were dashed and why I had to give The Advice Girl a 3 star rating The execution of the narrative was not as well done as it could have been There were freuent narrative jumps between first and third person as well as perspective and those jumps made it harder for the story to read well I think if Shaw went with either one or the other preferably third person so she could flesh out the jumps in perspective The Advice Girl would read much smoother There were also a few grammatical issues but I attribute that to the editor and since it was only a very few they were easily overlooked But the bottom line is it was very much an enjoyable read I do recommend that you pick it up if you enjoy paranormal romance and fantasy