Asylum Series by Lauren Hammond, Natalie McCollum

3.86 · 41 ratings
  • Insanity (Asylum #1)
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    Insanity (Asylum #1)

    Lauren Hammond

    · 16 ratings · published 2012

    Adelaide Carmichael and Damien Allen couldn’t be more opposite. Adelaide’s mother abandoned her when she was ten years old, leaving her to be raised by her abusive and alcoholic father. Damien on the other hand came from a wealthy family, was a local celebrity, and seemed to have a bright future ahead of him. Despite their differences, Adelaide and Damien were young, wild, and fiercely in love. And they had a plan. They were going to run away. Be together forever... more

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  • White Walls (Asylum #2)
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    White Walls (Asylum #2)

    Lauren Hammond

    · 14 ratings · published 2012

    Adelaide Carmichael knows that she's lost her mind. She's aware that she's being sent to The Oakhill Institution, but she's been told that she's being sent there to get better. She's been told that the staff is there to help. And it doesn't take Adelaide long to discover that she was very, very wrong about The Oakhill Institution. Patients roam the halls like zombies. Electric currents vibrate through the plaster walls... more

  • Beautiful Nightmares (Asylum #3)
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    Beautiful Nightmares (Asylum #3)

    Lauren Hammond

    · 10 ratings · published 2013

    The epic, final installment in the Asylum Trilogy. Sanity is a funny word. Sanity. Sanity. To be sane. To have clear thoughts. To be able to distinguish the difference from fantasy and reality. I used to think that my sanity was still intact. That all of my marbles were still in the bag known as my mind. That I would never—EVER—let Oakhill get the best of me. Now, I’m not so sure. Now I’m not sure if I really am sane… Or if I’ve lost my mind once and for all... more

  • Just South of Biloxi (Asylum #4)
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    Just South of Biloxi (Asylum #4)

    Lauren Hammond, Natalie McCollum

    · 1 ratings · published 2015

    Just south of Biloxi there was a girl with spunk, a girl with spirit. A girl with fire. A girl with a heart full of rebellion. Just south of Biloxi there was a boy, with a dazzling smile and a kind demeanor. A boy with morals. A boy in love. Just south of Biloxi there were a boy and a girl who realized too quickly, too swiftly, that there is such a thing as shattered hearts and cracked dreams... more

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