Harajuku Kiss

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At time, life can be so depressing. She is walking her usual recovery tour in Harajuku, finishing with a crepe, trying to forget that her boyfriend dumped her once again for the week-end... when the unthinkable happens... A boy stops in front of her and kisses her, in the middle of the street, before running away.
Trying to discover more about him, she is dragged into a dangerous game of mystery. More
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About Linda Hamonou

Born in 1983 in Brittany, France, Linda Hamonou spent most of her childhood reading adventure and fantasy books while exploring the folklore of Brittany. Later studying Physics, Linda obtained her PhD at Queen's University, Belfast in 2009. Her studies led to travels in Europe and the US, leaving her with a sense of adventure that carried her to the top of Machu Picchu. A Phd graduate in 2009, Linda discovered NaNoWriMo and became determined to succeed by writing her first novel, "Demon Soul. After 6 months of hard work completing the novel with an eye toward self-publication, Linda also managed to draft her second novel "Attic Mirror." Hard at work on her third book, "Demon and Fairy," Linda has also completed a draft of a detective story not yet ready for publication. Juvenile, fantasy, fiction and Young Adult are her categories... so far but this motivated writer is sure to surprise all of us as much as she has surprised herself to date!

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Chloe Testa reviewed on Aug. 16, 2014

This is a really interesting and well developed story. Easy to engage with, the characters are really well presented and the action is clear and fast paced. The relationship is vibrant and quick, you can feel the protagonist's every emotion as she cycles through every stage and I really did love the male lead, Seiji. The female protagonist is very relatable and I really found myself sympathising with the ups and downs she experienced, especially in the romance department. Written in first person, it's easy to get into the mind of the protagonist and this really adds another element of relatability which has been done exceptionally well throughout. Hamonou keeps you hooked and wanting to know more by revealing just enough along the way, with a thoroughly satisfying ending.

I would thoroughly recommend this book to everyone and I will be eagerly looking at more of Harmonou's work!
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)

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