Waiting on Wednesday #20: True by Hilary Duff

Posted April 3, 2013 by Debby in Uncategorized

This is a weekly meme, hosted at Breaking the Spine, spotlighting upcoming releases that we’re anticipating.

Title: True
Author: Hilary Duff
Release Date: April 16th, 2013
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing
Series: Elixir (#3 of 3)
Pages: 304
The epic love story of Clea and Sage comes to its thrilling conclusion in the final book in the Elixir series by multitalented star Hilary Duff.

Following the harrowing events of Elixir and Devoted—and the ceremony that almost killed Sage—Clea faces a new reality: With Sage’s soul in Nico’s body, the love of her life looks an awful lot like her best friend’s boyfriend. Can Clea and Sage really be happy under these circumstances?

Clea wants to try to enjoy their new life together, but Sage is acting different—angry—and she struggles to keep her friends from finding out what has happened to him. Something is clearly haunting Sage, and Clea is losing control. Can she trust her friends with the dangerous truth, or will she have to risk losing Sage to madness? Goodreads

As a true 90’s kid, I grew up with Lizzie McGuire and it didn’t take long for Hilary Duff to become one of my idols. When I heard that she started writing, I simply had to check out her books. They’re not the best written, but it was certainly imaginative. The first in the series, Elixir, had a really eerie, creepy feel to it but at the same time the love story was irresistible. The second, Devoted, was not quite as amazing, in fact, I found it kind of disappointing. However, it ended on a massive cliffhanger. So I’m really excited to see how the series will conclude.



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6 responses to “Waiting on Wednesday #20: True by Hilary Duff

  1. Hmmm… I just dont think i could take her books seriously…. same way i feel about LC from the hills. I wonder how much of it they’ve actually written and assume the books were published because of who they are, not what they are. Eeeek.. I have a bad attitude.

    • Yeah, I can understand that. Though Lauren Conrad is I think wayyy more dramatic. I mean, Hilary Duff is seriously talented, and I have so much respect for her as a person that I thought it was worth checking out. I don’t think you have a bad attitude, lol, I think your hesitance is very understandable.