11 Jan In this spooky mystery, Rayne Peters and her family live in a tiny apartment in East London, part of a decayed urban development where. Rayne can’t wait to start her summer job at Morton’s Keep estate, but does its dark past, portend her dark future?. 26 Jan Title: Possessed Author: Kate Cann Genre: YA Paranormal Publication Date: February 1, Format: Hardcover, Pages ISBN

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You guys who saw the cover of the book in the possezsed or on the computer or in your frineds hands, should so check it out because it is so worth it. Jan 04, Lynzy Ruegg rated it it was amazing.

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Selected pages Title Page. Overall, the writing was easy, and it was a fast read, which I enjoyed. It was such a pleasure to read this book. I have to say that I loved this book And why is it so hard to review the books you love?

I loved everything about this book, the suspense, the twists and the writing is amazing! I probably won’t remember to go looking for any other books in the series, but if I come upon it I’ll enjoy reading it. This was a quick read, and had a few moments of suspense; it may or not be enough to make me want to read the follow-up. I felt this sequel moved at a much quicker pace than the first book and was more detailed in regard to the historical context of the keep and the secrets surrounding it.

At katd When I was a child, I wanted to be a witch. Sep 04, TheBookSmugglers rated it liked it. She’s on the train with Ethan. I don’t like Rayne’s character and all the spiritual earthiness of this book didn’t dissuade me from thinking otherwise.


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It was easy to read, just not a book that I couldn’t put down. She has a boyfriend who Apr 01, Bethany rated it it was ok Shelves: Rayne must look forward. Possessed had me looking over my shoulders every time I heard a noise. A good read, but not great; it’s probably one that suspense fans would enjoy, though. Although everyone is sure the worst is over, evil defeated, Rayne still has misgivings.

By chance I got given some teenage books to edit, and I hated the way they treated sexual relationships: I know it’s only a teen read so I wasn’t expecting slit throats and exorcisms but the book didn’t evoke a sense of fear or tension at all, unless hooting owls on a dark night are enough to send shivers down your spine. John, a local student, and his close circle of friends, Rayne starts to see the truth behind her new home, and how horrifying events of the past are beginning to come full circle again.

Who is causing it? The story was not what I was expecting. And maybe sighing at certain point. I just thought that it would have been nice to have some more depth and background information to her. Rayne’s countryside escape has proven to be anything but — the remote mansion house where she lives and works holds terrible secrets, and she feels trapped there. Things I like about Possessed and Consumed: Apr 05, P. Not very boyfriend-like to Rayne and is putting sexual pressure on her.

That means Rayne will be working closely with Ethan!

Rayne can’t wait to start her summer job at a remote country mansion, far from the crowded, noisy London she so desperately Her life felt wrong and she knew she wasn’t following her heart and it was hurting her. Possessed is an intriguing and entertaining novel, though the pacing is a little off. Even when she’s not sure if he likes her for her or for her connection to the mystical, there’s no tortured hemming and hawing.


While Rayne finds the peace and freedom she so desperately desires, she also knows terror as there is clearly something very wrong with the mansion and the locals. Then I’d fall asleep over my desk in the afternoon. About a year after that, Diving In was accepted for publication. A dark, gothic tale set in modern-day England, possezsed thriller love story will captivate fans of Twilight and Wicked Lovely.

It’s got a traditional mystery element mixed in because the main characters are just normal people trying to figure weird stuff out ok, so Rayne has a connection to the Green Lady, but she’s not, like, an angel or a werewolf or in love with an angel or a werewolf 3. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. She is not ready for another relationship right away which I love seriously, who would be after St.

Unfortunately, while the characters, buildup and atmosphere are all fantastically rendered, the book stumbles in its final act, hastily trying to resolve the overall mystery with a fairly contrived Big Bad Villain Monologue. Like when Rayne “flew” over everyone to save Becky.

I really, really wanted to love cxnn book, and then when I started the book it was nothing like I expected, I though that she got the job because kahe sounded nice, as a summer job. She develops so much as a character and is pretty much unrecognisable as the girl she once was.

Better in my opinion than the first in the series. Much much than the first book.