Author: Rachel Vincent
Series: Soul Screamers #4
Genre: YA Paranormal Romance
Published: July 17th 2011 by Mira (first published December 21st 2010)
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Now that I have read the 4th book in the series, I can understand why people become addicted to this series. It is such a fun ride and I love it!! There are only 3 books to go and I want to drag them out over the coming weeks because I think I will be sad at the end of the series. I love all the characters, they all have their natural flaws and it is easy to connect to them, even if I don’t have a paranormal ability like most of them do.
Kaylee’s main focus in this book is her struggling relationship with Nash. She is more like a normal teenage girl in this book, she goes to work, school and hangs out with friends. However, the appearance of his long lost first girlfriend puts extra stress on their relationship and makes it hard for Kaylee to sort out her own feelings when there is someone there to throw in extra complications.
Sabine has made it perfectly clear from the beginning what she wants now that she is back in Nash’s life and pushing Kaylee out of the way is what she wants to do. You can see that she has had a troubled upbringing, and tries to hide behind her tough exterior. But she has her own secrets that Nash keeps from Kaylee. You can see that Nash and Sabine have a deep bond and Nash wants to find a way to have both girls in his life and to gain Kaylee’s trust back.
Alec plays a bit of a role in this book and I must say I think he is a genuine character. He has been living in hell for the last 25 years and is doing his best to get his life on track, but even though he has escaped, can he remain safe? Tod plays a bit of a role in this one too, not as much as the last book but enough to have my feelings in turmoil! There is something in his eyes that looks like he may have stronger feelings for Kaylee, but I’m still not sure. I really like Tod, but could there be some brotherly rivalry on the horizon?? Love triangles spice things up for me, but I don’t know who I’d pick if it does happen!!
There is an underlying plot there that affects them all, which are the deaths of teachers at the school. There are a lot of conflicting things occurring at the school that started when Sabine first arrived at the school. The Netherworld is never far away and a familiar Villain still has Kaylee in his sights. Again, I loved how the story unfolded, the troubles all the characters have to work through and the emotions that are all in the air! I am desperate to get my hands on the next book… If I Die looks like fun!!
About the Author
A resident of Oklahoma, Rachel Vincent has a BA in English and an overactive imagination, and consistently finds the latter to be more practical. She shares her workspace with two black cats (Kaci and Nyx) and her # 1 fan. Rachel is older than she looks-seriously-and younger than she feels, but remains convinced that for every day she spends writing, one more day will be added to her lifespan.
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