By SarahAlderson Ongoing – Updated Feb 08, After Alex was done, he put the s adult. alderson. hunting. lila. losing. paranormal. sarah. young. Alex and Lila are on the run, desperately trying to stay one step ahead of the Unit, which somehow is managing to track their every move. Read “Losing Lila” by Sarah Alderson with Rakuten Kobo. Alex and Lila are on the run, desperately trying to stay one step ahead of the Unit, which is somehow.

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Lila’s mum was rescued with ease and somehow there was no casualties on either side.

Losing Lila

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. There is nothing I disliked from this book and no, I’m not drunk when I say this! See all 5 questions about Losing Lila…. Price may vary by retailer.

Lisa 17 June at Scene that made us most happy: I didn’t think Americans said mum. Apart from that small non-issue, I loved Lila so much more this time around. Lila you are so amusing.

See details and exclusions. I liked this overprotective brother thing going on.

Losing Lila by Sarah Alderson (Paperback, 2012)

It feels kind of open-ended to me. That book had everything — from a sweet, unfolding romance between Lila and Alex, to a kidnapping plot and revelation after jaw-dropping revelation … I ended that book with sweaty palms and racing heart.

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I don’t want to keep pining for more closure when it’s not going to happen! The ending was very abrupt. Not that you ever doubted it: I know it’ll tear me to pieces but I don’t care. Just when I feel bad in some of the happenings in the book, here they go and nag Lila about Alex! I need more Alex, Lila and Jack. Plus, she tried to make moves on Alex in Losing Lila! Losing Lila is fantastic sequel with amazing plot, kick-ass losong, thrilling scenes and shocking twists.

I find her clumsiness rather funny though. The story has a satisfying ending and could be left without a further sequel but I’m really hoping that we haven’t seen the last of these characters. Her time with Demos and safah others in Hunting Lila taught her that she’s not alone, she’s not a freak, and not to be afraid of who she is. As someone always so sure and capable, it was nice seeing Alex appear vulnerable; even if he aarah questioning whether Lila needed him or not.

Losing Lila’s main focus is to llosing down the Unit, so I guess it’s understandable that there isn’t a lot of hanging out going on, but I do love these characters, I would have liked to have seen a bit more of them.

I liked this story much better than Hunting Lila and fans of the previous novel — and even non-fans — will really sqrah this sequel.

Losing Lila | Sarah Alderson

I was going to be waiting a looooong time, aldeson at that point, the release date hadn’t been set for Losing Lila. Not only does she really put family ahead of herself or her romance, her relationship with her brother really gets much stronger in this too which I am so happy about.


I cannot wait to read this series over and over again in the near future and I’ll keep praying for more books about Lila and Alex. Everything was great, the action, betrayal and secrecy. Their relationship in Losing Lila fell horribly flat. It is a little disappointing, because some of those secondary characters are just amazing!

If I Should Die. I liked this story much better than Hunting Lila and fans of the previous Rating: Despite all of this, I would have liked a little more Alex and Lila alone time where they’re happy and not worrying about or trying to to get ready for other things. There have been a few books where I’ve had that feeling! There were so many loose ends too. I just can’t get enough of Alex and Lila – they really are a swoon worthy couple!

I LOVE this book. So really, I shouldn’t rant because I know this! D This review is also posted at Book Overdose There are times when it’s a bit rocky but all is well in the end. I felt myself caught by the whirlwind events it generated and traped at the center of it.