Thursday, April 18, 2013

P is for Pia

Pia has grown up in a secret laboratory in the Amazon rainforest. Raised by scientists, she is the first in a new immortal race. Too bad these scientists don't realize how much a cute boy can really shake things up in a YA novel, especially a native jungle boy from a nearby village.


"I want someone who will look into my eyes and understand everything behind them."

Do you like Pia? Tell me some of your favorite "P" characters.

8 comments:

Sheena-kay Graham said...

Sci-fi and romance, a nice combination. Go Pia! My character, Potter of course, Harry Potter. And a least fave would be Peter Pettigrew. Anyone who knows about the Harry Potter Universe knows why.

Robin said...

I haven't read this one. It looks like a good read. Pi is an excellent P character (and my daughters would say every princess in existence:) )

Mark Means said...

Sounds like even immortality can't outlast young love :)

Cassie Mae said...

I haven't read this one, but I love that cover.

Peeta! I love him :D Any guy who knows how to bake bread and frost a cake is gold.

Cortney Pearson said...

LOVED this book!!! It sucked me right in, and was so good! P characters, hmm... I think I'll go with Potter too! :D

Connie B. Dowell said...

Hmm... I'm not familiar with this one. For P characters, I don't know about favorite, but I know my lleast favorite--and I know this will get me some scorn--Peeta. His name is bread. And his personality is also kind of bread. Sorry, Peeta-lovers; I just don't see it. :)

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Don't create what you can't control.

Andrea said...

This book does look interesting! Kind of cliche, but I did like Peeta in Hunger Games.