Chloe King is a seemingly normal girl. She goes to class (most of the time), fights with her mom, and crushes on a boy…or two. But around her sixteenth birthday, Chloe finds that perhaps she isn’t so normal after all. There’s the heightened night vision, the superfast reflexes—oh, and the claws.
As Chloe discovers who she is—and where she comes from—it is clear she is not alone. Someone is trying to get her. And they will stop at nothing until they do. Chloe has nine lives…but will nine be enough?
First released as a trilogy in 2004, this bind-up edition arrives just as the new ABC Family original series The Nine Lives of Chloe King, based closely on the original novels, premieres in June 2011.
Good story except for the ending
I really enjoyed the book. It was very very engaging and I thought that the Mais were a great detour from all the vampire and zombie stories out there. I had bought the book because of the show and found both very good in its own way. I am however a bit disappointed with the ending. I felt that the author rushed to finish the book and tied up the loose ends just for the sake of wrapping up. However, it is a good story and would definitely recommend this book.
This is an amazing book, or trilogy I should say. The books were very different, and much better than the short life of the tv show that was on ABC Family. I completely recommend this series.
I have read this book like a million times I love it so much and you will to if you like mysterious and love kind of stories.