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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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Losing Lila by Sarah Alderson. Alex and Lila are on the run, desperately trying to stay one step ahead of the Unit, which is somehow tracking their every move.
While Alex is determined to keep Lila safe and her ability secret at any cost, Lila’s only thought is of finding a way back to California so she can rescue her brother and mother from the military base where they’re being held.
Struggling to contr Alex and Lila are on the run, desperately trying to stay srah step ahead of the Unit, which is somehow tracking their every move. Lozing to control both her growing power and her deepening feelings for Alex, Lila decides the time has finally come to stop running and start fighting. Together with Alex, Demos, and the others she’s come to think of as family, Lila plans not only to save her brother and mum, but also to completely destroy the Unit and everything it stands for.
But the plan requires Lila to return to California alone, andto make friends with the enemy – and in doing so, she risks losing everything: Alex, her family… even her life. Paperbackpages.
Losing Lila by Sarah Alderson (Paperback, 2012)
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Losing Lilaplease sign up. Donita Luz Yes it is. See all 5 questions about Losing Lila…. Lists with This Book. Grab a total bargain I’m thinking that this is quite scary. There’s so much Lila love right now Once I have the official synopsis I will add it to Goodreads straightaway. But let’s just say that the sequel involves plenty more action someone just read it and said it was like Bourne with a kickass teenage girl as the leadplenty more of Alex with fewer clothes on and a fair few more twists to keep you guessing to the end.
Hopefully it will keep everyone happy and entertained. And this time there’s no cliffhanger. View all 93 comments. One can always count on Sarah Alderson to amuse, entertain and accelerate heartbeats.
Losing Lila is no different. In comparison, its successor is far more layered and emotionally demanding. Alderson really allowed her characters to fly free, even when they refused to fly in the righ One can always count on Sarah Alderson to amuse, entertain and accelerate heartbeats.
Alderson really allowed her characters to fly free, even when they refused to fly in the right direction. Lila and Alex are on the run, desperate to hide from the Unit and rejoin their friends. She can move people and even control elements to a degree. She is also steadier, more self-assured and entirely focused on her goals. You all know you want to!
Before, all those swoon-worthy moments disguised his imperfections and now they surfaced under pressure. It made Alex more real and accessible, not so much a fairy tale prince, but still an exceptional young man. Who is also hot. His breath was getting faster, his hands running up my spine, tangling in my hair while my fingers were grasping at his T-shirt even as my mind was one step ahead and lifting it up so I could run my hands over the hard planes of his stomach.
They are the source of both humor and heartbreak aldsrson they are not just cardboard cutouts designed to further complicate the plot. It is clear that she cared about them and really invested a lot of energy into every one of them. This is supposed to be the last book, but there is room for more if Alderson ever decides to go back to the series.
She did say she might write about these characters again at some point, and oh, boy, I really hope she will. Also posted at The Nocturnal Library View all 3 comments. Jan 29, Jasprit rated it really liked it Shelves: Sarah Alderson had made oosing go through so much with the first book, and then she left me flabbergasted with two big sucker punches at the end!
Alderson sure knows how to toy with your emotions, aldersson teasers for Losing Lila posted on her twitter, a promise of a pov from Alex at the end of Losing Lila and the novella Catching Suki kept me hanging on for more.
But I was super lucky to get my hands on an arc thanks to the lovely Sam over at Realm of Fiction. I literally lioa up for joy when my copy arrived, all my current reads could wait as nothing would be getting in the way of me and Alex Losing Lila. Losing Lila kicks off with Alex and Lila on the run from the unit. But Lila and Alex need kila come up with some alderzon as they need to go back. Alderson sure knows how to suck you back into a book, I was super excited for it from the beginning, but so many things are thrown your way from the get go; my heart was pumping frantically, I had an immediate adrenaline rush this may have largely due to the fact that I was back with the gorgeous Alex.
But Alex was the strong support she needed, he always had faith in her and her ability and provided the re-assurance that they would find a way out with or without Demos. I adored Suki ever since we got to know her laderson little bit more in Catching Suki, but I again looked forward to her quirky, zany personality, her quick witty comebacks with the others ,ila her and Nates constant fangirling over Alex.
Demos; this big losimg of a man, still remains a big enigma to me, but I adored his character so much and on several occasions my heart went out to him view spoiler [ I wish he could have got the happy ending he so deserved after everything he had been put through and after everything he sacrificed. Some of his scenes were so swoony and gut wrenchingly achy. Losing Lila provided a powerful follow up to the unforgettable Hunting Lila.
It was fast paced and again constantly had us in two minds as we never knew who we could fully trust, and who would stab us in the back. Pila Losing Lila was an action packed engrossing read full lpsing non-stop tantalising alderskn.
It will definitely be joining Hunting Lila on my favourites shelf. 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. But the plan requires Lila to return alone to California, make friends with the enemy, and to risk losing everything – Sarrah, her family, and even her life.
Post-reading thoughts; I absolutely loved being back with these amazing characters and I just loved everything about this book!
And the bonus at the end? I didn’t think it was possible but I love Alex even more!
Losing Lila (Lila, #2) by Sarah Alderson
D This review and more can be found on The Readers Den View all 23 comments. It’s not just about revenge I would fight this battle even if it earah about your mum. Losing Lila is full of pure-awesomeness, unputdownable and one of my favourite reads this year!
A “It isn’t just your fight, it’s our fight. She will do anything to keep them safe — even if that means revealing her gifts in front of her enemies — then so be it. Losing Lila was just as great as its predecessor — if not even better. It’s such a page turn that is full of adrenaline packed scenes, exciting and dangerous moments, with fantastic characters. What else could you need from a book? Losing Lila is everything you want from a book and more. I completely adore Lila as a YA heroine. I think she is a great role model and she has so llosing likable qualities.
She puts herself in the firing line and actually endangers herself.
Her relationships with her family are very special to her, especially the bond she has with her brother and Alex which are very touching to read about. Alex and Lila’s relationship is very special and loving that you can’t help love these two together.
I’m lost for words with him! He’s such a swoon-worthy character and he’s so damn hot, that Lila is really one lucky girl. Everyone needs a guy like him, he’s everything you want from a male lead and I absolutely adore him.
Not only losihg but the secondary characters are second to none. I found myself really enjoying scenes with Suki and Key because they bring so much humour to the story and also I liked that we got to see Lila’s Dad more too. Overall, Losing Lila is an unforgettable and phenomenal read, and once you read Sarah Alderson’s work, you will continue to want more. I cannot wait to read this series over and over again in the near future and I’ll aldegson praying for more books about Lila and Alex.
View all 9 comments. It really just cuts to the chase and gives you what xlderson want to know anyways. Favorite character and why: She made such strides in character in this story. She was so determined to rescue her family and bring down the bad guys with little concern for her own safety.
Most hated lla and why: Plus, she tried to make moves on Alex in Losing Lila! No one gets between Lila and Alex!