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Avielle Of Rhia - Dia Calhoun Not a bad book, but I wouldn't necessarily recommend it, either. I'm discovering, as I read more YA books, that I require something very specific of them for me to really lose myself in the story. This one definitely caught and held my attention, mostly because the storyline--a girl who is feared and ostracized for reasons that don't really have to do with her personality, who then finds true friends and happiness and ultimately discovers that she's stronger and better than she realized--is one of my favorites, cliched though it may be. This book doesn't really do anything new, though, and the ending is entirly too pat.