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Book Review: The Alchemy of Forever (Incarnation #1) by Avery Williams

Seraphina escapes her controlling immortal boyfriend, Cyrus, only to wind up in a teenager’s body. Kidzworld has the book review of The Alchemy of Forever by Avery Williams, book one in the Incarnation series. Back to Article

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kayzam
kayzam wrote:
2012-02-26 15:27:39 -0800

i can;t read u got books with jost picture

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Would you live forever?

  • You betcha!
  • I'd have to think about it
  • Only if my friends and family would live forever as well
  • No way!

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