My Soul to Take book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. She doesn't see dead people. She senses when someone near her is. My Soul to Lose (Soul Screamers, #), My Soul to Take (Soul Screamers, #1), My Book 2. My Soul to Save. by Rachel Vincent. · 20, Ratings · 1, terney.info: My Soul to Take (): Rachel Vincent: Books.
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Not literary, but fun teen fantasy (and plenty of romance). Read Common Sense Media's My Soul to Take review, age rating, and parents guide. Review: My Soul to Take by Yrsa SigurdardóttirLike her first novel, Last Rituals, the Icelandic writer's second book also features my favourite. My Soul to Take (Soul Screamers #1) by Rachel Vincent, cover version 2 . BOOK THREE—My Soul to Keep (): Kaylee has one addiction: her very hot, .
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May get teens interested in learning about banshees and other mythical creatures. Positive Messages. Kaylee is a strong character who is willing to do what she can to save those she loves.
A few words here and there, including "crap" and "s--t. What parents need to know Parents need to know that this book features both fantastical creature and murders, though violence is pretty limited. Continue reading Show less. Stay up to date on new reviews. Get full reviews, ratings, and advice delivered weekly to your inbox.
User Reviews Parents say Kids say. There aren't any reviews yet. Be the first to review this title. Teen, 13 years old Written by xCrissyx April 19, My Soul To Take If you like fantasy, then you will love this book. With bits of romance and a love triangle which is introduced in a later book.
It has not got any sexual thing Continue reading. Report this review. Kid, 12 years old June 19, What's the story? Is it any good? Talk to your kids about Book details Author: Rachel Vincent Genre: Fantasy Book type: Fiction Publisher: Harlequin Teen Publication date: August 1, Publisher's recommended age s: For kids who love fantasy and addictive series.
Best Book Series. Fantasy Books for Kids. The whole thing was just beyond obvious that you had to be blind not to see what was coming. Mind you, blind were the characters.
Examples of main points: - Not only was it obvious Emma would die and be brought back by Kaylee, it was also really uncreative. Mind you, I didn't predict her death but that's also about it.
I am not going to go into the climax. All you need to know is that view spoiler [everyone comes to save the day, it's happy ever after and hide spoiler ] it's completely anti-climatic. The World Building The world building is extremely weak.
I am all for view spoiler [ bean sidhes, reapers and netherworld creatures hide spoiler ] but there were so many - to me - logical flaws in the whole construct that I actively had to stop myself from banging my head against something. There are several books that have the whole soul-system down to a better science and yes I realize this is fantasy, but mind you, even there exists logic. Vincent thought her world well. She manages to construct her netherworld and the people who move in and out of its boundaries with more stability than any other writers.
Her netherworld is filled with suspense and surprises. Each time you think that you have figured out the depths of her world, you discover more. The plot is well thought out and manages to hold up next what had been revealed previously.
Anther interesting thing about the books in this is how she manages to interweave and connect plots from different books. Things from early books come back in newer books. Giving teenagers to read the books analytically and remember all the details. Unlike other fantasy books that end with the heroine saving the day, in the Soul Screamers series, Kaylee does not save the day and then everyone gets to go home happily.
Even though the day gets saved and certain value saved, the books are realistic enough to prove that there are some people and some things that cannot be fixed. This gives the series a sense of continuity. There are loose ends to be tied tomorrow; the day will be saved over and over again in newer and more horrible ways.
The relationship between the characters is interesting too. In the earlier books, there is some tension between Nash and Kaylee but in the later books, the relationship turns into a love. A romantic relationship with issues, problems and stuff that come between them that cannot be fixed. My Soul to Take. This book kicks off with Kaylee not having a clue about he Banshee nature.
When healthy young girls start dying for no apparent reason at all, Kaylee finds her self-screaming. This is when Kayleen learns that she is not human, she his a banshee. As though this is not shocking enough, she discovers that her mother who died when she was a toddler died in her place.
Now she his living in borrowed time. Borrowed from her mother. With all My Soul.