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At times she is a little frustrating and her choices illicit a sigh, but you go with them because they are totally understandable. Fortunately she is not left alone to deal with the afterlife. Patrick is a character full of cheeky charm, even while he keeps his own secret carefully guarded. This is a well balanced book as it deals with some much more serious issues under the surface of death and revenge.
These ideas of consequences, perspective and the deftly and lightly touched upon topic of sexuality, are woven into an entertaining, funny and touching read. If you are looking for something a little different with touches of revenge and romance, then definitely give this a look. Purchase: here or use Booktopia logo on side of page. By: Heather Brewer. Joss McMillan thinks he has a pretty perfect life, great parents and a wonderful kid sister. His helplessness overwhelms him and his parents are never the same. In every generation one of the family is gifted with the traits of a Slayer.
They are tested and if they pass they are indoctrinated into the Slayer Society, a group whose mission is to rid the world of vampires. Training is brutal but Joss is determined. If he survives that long that is. With a plethora of vampire books out there it is important to note that this is more about the darkness of vampires than the goodness of them. As the series title suggests it is about hunting rather than befriending and in this way it will appeal to those who like more of a traditional vampire story than the more paranormal romance type of story.
He finds strength within himself though and that draws you in. The things that occur around him; the society politics and his desire to fit in, give the story layers and that makes it more interesting. I am not sure how it will play out, if my interest will be held by the series but I rather enjoyed this book and look forward to the next.
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I am really stuck on a title for my book. It is about a girl, he mother died when she was 2 and ever since it happened the father has been shutting her out and then she meets a boy and he helps bring her and her father back together. What do I do???? I was thinking The Shadow but it sounds very creepy….. I am desperate!!!!!!!!!!! Good Luck!!! The only escape into freedom is the Tests. These Tests run for every year-old in the world.
After many physical and mental challenges, 7 are chosen to live a life a freedom, doing whatever they please but protecting the city from possible rivals or rebels. Eventually, this girl discovers that the 7 winners of the Tests are really murdered.
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He then created a race of warriors, 7 each year. My MC is one of these. This description sucks, but I seriously need a title!
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