Claire Wiche sacrificed everything to keep her friends safe, revealing her true self. She expected the final battle to be the end for her. But she is back, breathing – and threatened by an enemy she doesn’t have the means to fight.
An enemy bent on vengeance and possession, whatever the cost.
Trapped, alone, Claire has to find the strength to stand against what she knows she can’t defeat. And the courage to face the people she thought she left behind.
*Includes a short preview of Carry On Wayward Son, Book 3 of The Claire Wiche Chronicles, now available for Nook.
This book is yet another piece of evidence which speaks for the benefits of the self-publishing era. One thing, I especially liked about this book is conversation. She uses shorter paragraphs to describe a scene and then has you sit in with the characters as they converse about the next step in their lives. Almost, like watching a tv show. Her writing is flawless and there are no hiccups in the story. You go along with broken Claire and then step aside as she discovers she has a bit more.
- Whirlwind 509
Ms. Dean has a writing style that allows me to see the characters and feel as though they are in my life. Scene descriptions were full and well thought out. The thoughts flowed very smoothly and had no stoppages that are common in a lot of YA literature.
I enjoyed this book so much that I've become quite the fan of Cate Dean, and intend to read every one of her books. I highly recommend this book to anyone.
Cate Dean has been writing since she could hold a pen in her hand and put more than two words together on paper. She grew up losing herself in the wilds of fantasy worlds, and has had some of her own adventures while tromping through the UK, and a few other parts of the world. A lover of all things supernatural, she infuses that love into her stories, giving them a unique edge. When she's not writing, she loves cooking, scaring herself silly in the local cemeteries, and reading pretty much anything she can get her hands on.