Project Paper Doll: The Hunt

Project Paper Doll: The Hunt

4.03 (2,052 ratings by Goodreads)
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Ariane Tucker has finally escaped GTX, the research facility that created her. Now that she's on the run, Zane Bradshaw is the only person she can trust. He knows who-and what-she is and still wants to be part of her life.
But accepting Zane's help means putting him in danger.
Dr. Jacobs, head of GTX, is not the only one hunting for Ariane. Two rival corporations have their sights set on taking down their competition. Permanently.
To protect Zane and herself, Ariane needs allies. She needs the other hybrids. The hybrids who are way more alien and a lot less human. Can Ariane win them over before they turn on her? Or will she be forced to choose sides, to decide who lives and who dies?
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Product details

  • 12-17
  • Hardback | 364 pages
  • 150 x 218 x 33.02mm | 544g
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 1423153294
  • 9781423153290
  • 1,893,551

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4Q 4P J S Telekinetic and telepathic Ariane is half-alien, created by Dr. Jacobs with DNA recovered from the Roswell crash. Having escaped the facility where Jacobs raised her and trained her for combat, she is on the run with her human boyfriend, Zane. They know Jacobs will literally kill to get Ariane back and hope Zane's estranged mother, Mara, might help them. Unfortunately, Mara is being watched by Jacobs's even more ruthless rival, Dr. Laughlin, another creator of alien hybrids. Ariane decides their only hope is recruiting Laughlin's hybrids-less adept at passing for human than Ariane-but Zane considers it too risky. As Ariane and Zane struggle with their choices, Ariane's heritage, and their relationship, time is running out. What will happen to them? A cliff-hanger ending offers no answers. Kade has built a well-constructed world full of deep moral and personal questions. Ariane and Zane are layered characters, trying to cope in a world with few, if any, right choices. Because the first half of the book focuses on the characters exploring those questions, saving the action and violence for later, this series will appeal more to lovers of thoughtful supernatural romance than to lovers of action. It will also appeal more to readers of the first volume, as new readers will lack Ariane and Zane's background story, which could lessen the emotional impact of their relationship and their choices. Overall, this is a strong choice for those who prefer their dystopias with more contemplation and romance than action.-Rebecca Moore. The Hunt is a great book that will enrapture readers, keeping them on the edge of their seats. Kade shows the worst and the best of Zane and Arianne and does a great job of making their story relatable to a modern teenager's own life. Anyone twelve or older will enjoy this book and anxiously await the sequel. 4Q, 3P.-Michael Culbert, Teen Reviewer. VOYA"
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About Stacey Kade

Stacey Kade ( is the author of the Ghost and the Goth series, Project Paper Doll: The Rules, and its sequel, Project Paper Doll: The Hunt. She lives in the suburbs of Chicago with her husband and two retired racing greyhounds. Look for her on Facebook and Twitter (@StaceyKade).
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2,052 ratings
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4 38% (772)
3 21% (436)
2 4% (89)
1 1% (18)

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I wanted to read this one because I enjoyed the premise of the story and wanted more when I finished it. Ariane is a great main character and struggled with what made her different and who I saw a lot of growth in as well as the potential for a lot more. Zane was swoony, the way he treated Ariane like there wasn't anything different about her and respected her. The romance continues in this one, and while the time elapsed is still only about a week, it has been intense and it is the first time that Ariane has ever felt romantic feelings for anyone. I know that lots pegged it as insta-love but that isn't so much one of my pet peeves as long as I feel the emotions, and I did in their case. There were some pretty swoony scenes too, that I very much loved. But for the most part, they are on the run, and they are very scared and paranoid of their next step. I love the dual narrative because I get both of their thoughts on each other as well as what they are planning. It was hard to see the struggle in Ariane about whether or not to leave Zane in order to better protect him since everyone she cares for is threatened. I get to see the strength of Zane and how much he wants to be there for her especially in the moments where it feels like no one else is there for her. Understandably, there are a lot of arguments between the two about safety. Ariane thinks that Zane would be safer without being with her and Zane wants to be by her side and helping her along the way. Ariane doubts Zane at times that he really accepts the alien part of her, and Zane has a lot of self doubt that maybe he is slowing Ariane down or holding her back. I think that they finally come to an understanding and agreement about how the other feels even though there are some impulsive decisions that have some unfortunate or costly consequences attached. But its a book so you expect that there aren't always going to the best decisions made and it will keep the plot going as well as teach the characters a lot about themselves and those around them, giving them opportunity to grow and discover things about themselves. The world building is good, although I still have a lot of questions about how exactly, and who and under what circumstances did the alien and human DNA mix. What happened to the "parent/donors." We do get to see another competitor for the trials and meet several hybrids in this second book and it looks like according to the ending, we are going to meet the third in the next book. There is a lot of set-up in this one, as with so many second books, but I was okay with it because I enjoyed the romance and the action scenes that we got. The pacing is good and it keeps the story moving along and my attention rapt. Although the ending was pretty cliff-hangerish. Of course, the climax always has events happening in quick succession, but several of these were fairly surprising and then all of the sudden you are at the end, going--did she stop in the middle of a chapter? Surely this arc is missing some pages, because you can't just drop a bomb like that and then end a book and make me wait another year (I'm guessing) to find out how they are going to possibly get themselves out of this pickle and get their HEA. Bottom Line: Enjoyable sequel with swoon worthy scenes. Major cliffie more
by Brandi Kosiner (Brandi Breathes Books)
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