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Fenridge (The Ethereal Crossings, 2)
     

Fenridge (The Ethereal Crossings, 2)

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by D.L. Miles
 

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Liv has been tormented for the past five weeks with fevers, mood swings, and a crushing disappointment. After the killings were solved she thought she would return to her old self, and go back to work not caring about much; but her fever won’t go away, and she’s actually started to black out from it. Not only that, Jared hasn’t contacted her, and

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Liv has been tormented for the past five weeks with fevers, mood swings, and a crushing disappointment. After the killings were solved she thought she would return to her old self, and go back to work not caring about much; but her fever won’t go away, and she’s actually started to black out from it. Not only that, Jared hasn’t contacted her, and Luke seems to be keeping a strange distance as well.
Everything goes from bad to worse when Dr. Wineman shows up on her doorstep and tells her that her fever is a symptom of her Change, and she’s going through the process of becoming Eidolon. What Eidolon though is a mystery, and nobody seems to recognize what she’s turning into.
There have also been a recent string of animal attacks, and a government agency that nobody has heard of has stepped in to help. They begin to look into the deaths, and are led straight to Liv. She shrugs them off, but now when she blacks out she’s started to see visions of people dying, real people. And she’s started to be overcome with an inexplicable urge to follow, and help, the killer no matter the cost.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940045031486
Publisher:
D.L. Miles
Publication date:
10/19/2012
Series:
Ethereal Crossings , #2
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
193,667
File size:
364 KB
Age Range:
13 Years

Meet the Author

Devin grew up and currently resides in Southern Ontario. She cannot leave the house without a book, camera, or notepad (though for some reason the pen is usually forgotten). More often than not she can be found playing video games or watching way too many television shows. The inspiration for her stories often come from street names and random thoughts and people watching.

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Fenridge (The Ethereal Crossings, 2) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was not great that i already guessed what was making her sick and i was right. It was a very entertaining read though, and it did suprise me quite a bit. My favorite thing about thes books is that its not completly about Liv and Jared. It was obvious they would have a thing at some point, but the author does a good job keeping the romance to a minimum. Not that i have a thing against romance, i do enjoy it, but sometimes i don want to read it. This book was awsome and i found it intersting how it was kind of like a mystery. I'm excited for the third.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great Book...once I started reading it I could not put it down!
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Great b00k!
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Keep going. Good job.
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