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Another Little Piece - Kate Karyus Quinn Short and Sweet:Another Little Piece was an intriguing read. I enjoyed it's weirdness! I loved the pacing and the unique plot. Not for the faint of heart as it can be quite gory at times, but a thoroughly different read. I would definitely recommend this one! To Elaborate....Annaliese is not really Annaliese, but who she really is... that's a mystery even to herself. Initially she remembers almost nothing apart from the few days since she's been found. However, as she recovers memories that don't belong to Annaliese she begins to wonder who exactly she is and how she came to possess 'her' body. Soon after she arrives 'home' it becomes clear that several people do seem to know a bit about who she is. One boy, Eric, aggressively stalks her, calls her 'Anna' and threatens her whenever he appears. Another, Logan, knows a lot about the night she disappeared and obsessively wants to 'make it right.' Then there is the sweet and quirky Dex, who wants to be her friend even though he knows that she is not Annaliese at all, but even he has his own dark secrets.As 'Anna' races to solve the mystery of her past and present you will get pulled deeper and darker into a nightmarish world full of monsters you didn't even know about. Super, super creepy! (4 stars instead of 5 only because if you aren't carefully reading it's easy to get lost in the flashbacks)(Originally posted @ iheartyafiction.blogspot.com)