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Kiersten White

Kiersten White

  • 5 stars across 27 books
KIERSTEN WHITE is the New York Times bestselling author of numerous novels for teens. She lives with her family near the ocean in San Diego, which, in spite of its perfection, spurs her to dream of faraway places and even further away times.
18th April 2019

Sister, Missing

The gripping sequel to the bestselling, award-winning teen thriller Girl, Missing, by million-copy selling author Sophie... MoreSister, Missing

(9 reviews) Review
10th November 2020

The Camelot Betrayal

(2 reviews) Review
5th January 2012

Supernaturally

When your world is paranormal, be glad that you’re human… the exciting sequel to bestselling PARANORMALCY, loved by Becc... MoreSupernaturally

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25th August 2014

Illusions of Fate

Dive into a world of enchantment and romance in this lush fantasy, which Stephanie Perkins, international bestselling au... MoreIllusions of Fate

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25th September 2013

Chaos of Stars

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3rd April 2007

Mind Games

24 hours to save the world...and get home for dinner. Meet Zac Power - the ultimate boy hero with a secret spying career... MoreMind Games

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9th October 2014

The Chaos of Stars

Kiersten White, New York Times bestselling author of Paranormalcy, is back with The Chaos of Stars, an enchanting novel ... MoreThe Chaos of Stars

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2nd August 2012

Endlessly

When your world is paranormal, be glad that you're human... The breathtaking conclusion to the bestselling Paranormalc... MoreEndlessly

(0 reviews) Review
7th July 2016

And I Darken

No one expects a princess to be brutal. And Lada Dragwyla likes it that way. Ever since she and her brother were abandon... MoreAnd I Darken

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  • Sister, Missing

    Sister, Missing

    I really enjoyed the book, after reading the first one, I could NOT put it down! 

    It’s about 2 years after the first book, and Maddison goes missin...

  • Sister, Missing

    Sister, Missing

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    It has been about two years from the events of girl missing and everything seems normal however disaster strikes when a different sister goes missing....

  • The Camelot Betrayal

    The Camelot Betrayal

    Loved it, wasnt as paced as the first book. 
    It had some side quests, yet had been worth it, morded seems to be slowly redeemed but we never know wha...