What are the best harmony ink press books?

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    #1Ómorphi (Elpída #1)

    Ómorphi (Elpída #1)

    Ómorphi (Elpída #1) is a fictional young-adult novel written by C. Kennedy. Ómorphi (Elpída #1) was published on September 19, 2013 by Harmony Ink Press


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    Bobby Hughes
    Written on May 1, 2018
    "Omorphi is an interesting take on the high school story genre. The author does a great job of creating compelling gay characters. I really felt like I was reading a non fiction account of a person's life, because the characters were so three-dimensional."
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    #2Every Inferno

    Every Inferno

    Every Inferno is a fictional coming-of-age young adult novel written by Johanna Parkhurst. Every Inferno was published on July 24, 2014 by Harmony Ink Press. Every Inferno revolves around the fifteen-year-old Jacob Jasper Jones.


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    Rachel Owens
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "If you want a good book published by Harmony Ink Press, I recommend Every Inferno by Johanna Parkhurst. The main character grabbed my interest right away and the plot was fast paced. This has to be one of Harmony Ink Press' best. "
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    #3This is Not a Love Story (Love Story Universe)

    This is Not a Love Story (Love Story Universe)

    This Is Not a Love Story is a fictional young-adult novel written by Suki Fleet. This Is Not a Love Story was published on May 22, 2014 by Harmony Ink Press. This Is Not a Love Story is a part of the Love Story Universe Book Series.


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    Christopher Foster
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "Surprisingly good! I must admit i wasn't expecting much when i dove into this one , but it exceeded my expectations. This is a very touching and engaging tale that stayed with me after i had finished. "
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    #4 Distant Rumblings (Lords of Arcadia)

     Distant Rumblings (Lords of Arcadia)

    Distant Rumblings (Lords of Arcadia) is a fictional young-adult novel written by John Goode. Distant Rumblings (Lords of Arcadia) was published on March 15, 2012 by Harmony Ink Press.


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    Joan Chavez
    Written on May 3, 2018
    "Impressive! It has everything action, romance, humor, and suspense. Great must read! You will not want to put it down. "
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    #5Here's to You, Zeb Pike

    Here's to You, Zeb Pike

    Here's to You, Zeb Pike is a fictional young-adult novel written by Johanna Parkhurst. Here's to You, Zeb Pike was published on November 7, 2013 by Harmony Ink Press.


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    Michael Reid
    Written on May 1, 2018
    "A unique books about a teen who must raise his siblings in some ways due to negligent parents. The plot resonates with many who grew up in or knew people in that environment. The book is sad at times but also has happy moments. The ending is satisfying and makes the book a great one."
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    Valhalla is a fictional young-adult novel written by Ari Bach. Valhalla was published on February 13, 2014 by Harmony Ink Press. Valhalla is set in the year 2330, where only smart minds are valued.


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    Steven Carlson
    Written on May 1, 2018
    "Interesting book! The story was fun and I enjoyed reading it! Very good plot, you should definitely pick it up!"
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    #7You Belong with Me

    You Belong with Me

    This music video clip,  from the 2009 hit single, was directed by Roman White and tells us the classic story of the love that's out-of-reach.Taylor Swifts cast two roles in the video that takes place in a High School environment, where she plays both love interests of the handsome and nice guy. In one she's the girlfriend of the guy, with a femme fatale look, and in the other she's the geeky and quirky girl that secretly loves him but that is being unnoticed by him.


    Alejandro Bonilla
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "You Belong with Me is a great song, but it's not a book. However, it does fit into the theme of the classic books which describe a forbidden love and being stuck in the friend zone. Overall, not bad, but they don't do much for me. Still, they are entertaining in some aspects. It's worth looking at."
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    #8Unicorn Tracks

    Unicorn Tracks

    When a vicious assault compels sixteen-year-old Mnemba to leave her village, she joins her cousin Tumelo as a tracker in his booming safari business. It doesn’t take her long to become one of the best safari guides in Nazwimbe. Her work allows her to escape into a new world of wondrous creatures, and to avoid thinking about what happened at home.

    When Mr. Harving arrives with his daughter Kara to research unicorns, Tumelo assigns Mnemba to them as a guide. The attraction between Mnemba and Kara is almost instant, but Kara is engaged to be married when she returns home. Venturing into the savanna alone, they uncover a plot by a gang of poachers to enslave the unicorns, harnessing their supernatural strength to build a railway. They must save the creatures Kara loves while struggling not to succumb to forbidden love themselves.


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    Anthony Carroll
    Written on May 3, 2018
    "A solid all around book."
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    Supermassive is a fictional young-adult novel written by Nina Rossing. Supermassive was published on July 17, 2014 by Harmony Ink Press. Supermassive is about an eighteen-year-old- Ing.


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    Kyle Fernandez
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "One of the few young adult titles that has kept me engaged right thru to the end. It's about an 18 year old name Ing who's mother has died and he is in love with a boy named Ellis. It did have some moments that i would not want anyone under 18 to read but for the young adult over 18 it is perfectly fine. I found it a bit slow and boring at times but worth the read if you have nothing else going on. "
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    #10Breaking Free

    Breaking Free
    Breaking Free is an adult romantic story about Kelsie Sullivan and her deepest secret that hunts her. She finds herself lost until she meets JC, a boy who sees and understands her pain, in the course of her Wilderness Theraphy program.

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    Ronald Wallace
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "A solid book with descent character development. The relationship between the two main characters feels fairly real and emotional. I felt the ending was weak and could have been done much better. Overall it's a fairly good work on damaged people."


Best What are the best harmony ink press books
1Ómorphi (Elpída #1)Books 23 Paid
2Every InfernoBooks 20 Paid
3This is Not a Love Story (Love Story Universe)Books 17 Paid
4 Distant Rumblings (Lords of Arcadia)Books 16 Paid
5Here's to You, Zeb PikeBooks 14 Paid
6ValhallaBooks 13 Paid
7You Belong with MeVideos 10 Paid
8Unicorn TracksBooks 8 Paid
9SupermassiveBooks 7 Paid
10Breaking FreeBooks 1 Paid

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