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Abby doesn’t remember what happened the night she woke up in soot-stained clothes, lying next to a burning building with an unfamiliar boy at her side. But her connection with Sam is immediate and intense. And she has no one else: no family, no home, not even a last name. She and Sam start a new life, just the two of them, and Abby’s deliriously happy - until memories from her past begin to haunt her. And suddenly everything she’s learned to love turns sinister. It’s only a matter of time before her reality cracks apart.

©2011 Anne Heltzel (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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Ugh I did not like this story AT ALL.

What did you like best about Circle Nine? What did you like least?

Sam, terrible person.

Has Circle Nine turned you off from other books in this genre?

No, but I look forward to trying other books in the genre.

Have you listened to any of Juila Whelan’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

She's great. The book was NOT.

Was Circle Nine worth the listening time?

No and I will be requesting a refund.

Any additional comments?

There was certainly a cinematic feel to this book, so that was a saving grace. But the truth is, Sam has zero redeeming qualities. He took complete advantage of Abby and did some truly despicable things. And Abby was quite ridiculous in her naivety.