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Whispers of the Damned
     

Whispers of the Damned

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by Jamie Magee
 

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After a tragically haunting night out with her friends Charlie Myers knew that part of her was stolen. She was missing memories. Those memories were sacred. They held the key to her sanity. They told her that the sinister whispers, and the shadows that came to life before her, were not as ominous as she felt they were. They caused her to forget the one talent that

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After a tragically haunting night out with her friends Charlie Myers knew that part of her was stolen. She was missing memories. Those memories were sacred. They held the key to her sanity. They told her that the sinister whispers, and the shadows that came to life before her, were not as ominous as she felt they were. They caused her to forget the one talent that allowed her to face the darkness that haunted her every waking hour.
They also masked a much deeper bond, the face of the one that had stolen her heart, long before that disastrous night.

Her story begins now.
Special note to the reader:
The SEE series is part of the “Web of Hearts and Souls Universe,” where several series combine into one large story. All series can be read independently or as one.
The reading order for the Insight Series:

•Whispers of the Damned
•Witness
•Synergy
•Redefined
•Derive ( Aden’s beginning)

Reading Order for the Complete Web of Hearts Universe:

•Insight
•Embody
•Image
•Whispers of the Damned
•Witness
•Vital
•Vindicate
•Synergy
•Enflame
•Redefined
•Rivulet
•Imperial
•Blakeshire
•Derive
•Emanate
•Exaltation*
•*If you are a fan of Adult Paranormal Edge can be read with the Web of Hearts, before or after Exaltation—the stories share the same characters.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044468320
Publisher:
Jamie Magee
Publication date:
04/11/2013
Series:
See , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
20,383
File size:
584 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Jamie Magee has always believed that each of us have a defining gift that sets us apart from the rest of the world, she has always envied those who have known from their first breath what their gift was. Not knowing hers, she began a career in the fast paced world of business. Raising a young family, and competing to rise higher in that field would drive some to the point of insanity, but she always found a moment of escape in a passing daydream. Her imagination would take her to places she’d never been, introduce her to people she’s never known. Insight, her debuting novel, is a result of that powerful imagination. Today, she is grateful that not knowing what defined her, led her on a path of discovery that would always be a part of her.

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Whispers of the Damned 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 56 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I stayed up reading till 3 am and finally finished it it was AWESOME but not as AWESOME as the insight series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ohmygod i love this book!!!!!!!!! i also read the insight seriers which is really good and i knew the charecters from one of the insight books. GET THIS BOOK U WONT REGRET IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
haley18 More than 1 year ago
See was an amazing read that I found myself captivated in right on the very first page. I could not put this read down, Jamie has written a novel that will catch your attention and then keep you until the very last page! I must say I totally fell in love with this novel, the paranormal aspect of this novel is all new, I loved the idea of people that help the living and the dead be at peace. I also loved that thrown in with those people are demons too, this read was completely something new altogether for the YA genre! Although I loved this novel there is one thing that bothered me, I felt I was confused for far too much of the novel. Each time I thought I got what was going on, something would happen and I would be confused again, and although I eventually pieced everything together and it all made sense towards the end, ending this novel I ended on a confused note! I am still stuck on if a certain somebody is evil or not, I am hoping that See is going to be a series so I can see what happens, but as far as I know right now See is a stand alone, which leaves me confused and angry! So fingers crossed this turn into a series! My favorite part of this novel was Jamie’s writing, hands down. I have not read Jamie’s well known ‘Insight’ series, but after reading ‘See’ I can honestly say I am deff going to be picking up Insight soon! Her writing was incredible, I for one am big on writing that flows, when I pick up a novel I want to be captivated by the authors words and just flow through the pages until I have finished it, and with Jamie’s writing, I did just that! I never once found a spot where I thought ‘hey I should probably take a break here and continue later’ NO! I couldn’t do it, I sat in my room for hours until I finished See, and once I finished all I wanted was more, and also I could not believe I had read the book in one sitting! Jamie’s writing is one that will for sure captivate her readers! My second favorite part of See was easily the romance, and although I know I should be going on about Draven…I just can’t! Is it wrong of me to like the ‘might be’ bad guy? If it is then I am guilty! I don’t know what it was about Britain, but I could not help, but lean more towards him than Draven. When I think about Britain I just think mysterious, and over protective..which for some reason made me find him attractive? He had that whole stalker-ness to him, and still I enjoyed him more than the romantic love interest Draven. Don’t get me wrong, I loved Draven, I really did, but something dark and twisted inside of me makes me like Britain more, maybe I just like the crazy obsessive guys, who knows! I do want to make this clear though, there is NOT a love triangle in this novel! Which I loved, there was never one instance where Charlie wondered who she loved, or who she wanted to be with. Which was great, most YA books would make a love triangle out of Charlie, Britain, and Draven, but instead we finally have a heroine who knows what (and who) she wants! Besides the point of Jamie being an amazing writer and the romance being totally twisted yet amazing, there were many other things about See that readers are going to love, this is a novel about standing up for yourself and who you love, a novel that has hate, darkness and light, action, and everything someone looks for in an amazing read. I recommend this to anyone looking for an amazing and unique YA read! Copy provided by author in exchange for honest review.
Mansa_Rae More than 1 year ago
This book was an addictive and alluring book with a flowing melodic undertone that hums as you read... The book starts dark, as a reader you feel Charlie. You’re as confused and bewildered as she is ... As you read, it all starts to connect and as I neared the end it's started to clear up to me just like it did for Charlie. I found the characters easy to relate to, they were all unique and easy to fall in love with as well as cheer for them. Each character was an individual that brought something extra and important to the story with their gift. Jamie is an amazing and gifted writer. I felt all the emotion in the perfect places at the perfect time with the perfect pitch. I felt the love, anguish, darkness, light, sorrow, beauty that I was meant to as the reader. I love the use of music the author infused in the book. I love how it feels like a living breathing thing that helps to guide the characters. I wish I could see the music and hear what they (the characters) wrote...but I guess that's the magic of a book...the reader gets to find their own song. My personal favorite was the outstanding message of hope and light through darkness. I personally can't wait for book 2, I’m curious to see what lies ahead and how this cast of characters is going to conquer the darkness…
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this book so much! It is such a great read. I love how Charlie sees the world so differently than anybody else. I could not put it down. I love how the author put music in the story. Plus I think I have my own crush on Draven as well.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This whole story line and they way all the books go together is WONDERFUL!! When I read the books first time I read the insight series and then the see series and kept reading as the books were released... Now I am reading the books in the order that they are suppose to be read and they are even better the second time around.. This would make a great movie
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well written and fast paced
AngelaJAJ More than 1 year ago
This book was intriguing from the start. I loved the mystery and the romance. What I liked most of all was that this was a new take on the paranormal and ghosts. I have never heard of a plot like this or such creativity. I cannot wait to "See" the next book. Amazing.
JOYKEL More than 1 year ago
A really different concept in a paranormal book, it was really interesting & a fast read. The rest of the series should prove just as integrating. This is not only for a YA audience but for anyone who enjoys a love story that's not too sexual.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved the beginning! It grabbed me and didn’t let go! I could not put the book down! I had to finish it in one setting! The characters jumped off the page. I felt I was going through the ups and downs with the characters beside them. I could feel the tension in the air when it was upon the characters and the happiness that ratedated from them. The setting was real to me, as the reader, that I could picture it clearly. The setting characteristics flowed together with intense clarity. I love this book bringing music to light of the reading world. The best quote of the book that I fell in love with was this one: “...meaning that each person that listened to the music  heard something different; it just depened on what they were going through in their own lives.” I give this book five stars due to the overall of the book becoming one for the reader. I, as a reader, recommeded reading the book “Insight” and “Embody” before this book.
JLynnMc More than 1 year ago
I freakin' LOVE this book!! I mean, seriously LOVE it!! This was definitely one of those stay-up-all-night-to-finish-it books and it was worth every second of lost sleep! The mystery and tension had me hooked from the very beginning. Charlie had lost a good part of her memory so she didn't have a clue what was going on: the reader gets to live that right along with her. But even though I had no clue what was going on, I was fully absorbed and loving it! There are so many anxiety-filled moments where she is just right on the verge of remembering something that it almost drove me insane waiting for it to all come together! But through all that heartbreaking suspense there was this wonderful distraction named Draven. Just reading about him gives me goosebumps - he is perfect beyond words. I love their interaction as she tries to remember if she knew him before and if she should get to know him now. I will definitely have no problem remembering him - I can't get him outta my head! 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved Jamie Magee's first series. This series NEEDS to be read with the Insight series as they will combine together or somethin glike that in January. Because I was absolutely smittem with Insight I found this one slightly lacking, but only because I felt this was only a story to help supposrt the Insight series. This one focused a lot on music, which I loved. My biggest complaint was that I didn't feel like Draven was to Charlie as Landen was to Willow. I had fun trying to figure out how the two series coinsided, but I just read it for the infor,ation, not the story and that made me feel a little disappointed but I still had fun reading this side of Jamie's world
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Slow with poor editing. Boring and did not get going. Did not finish.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Belw was fom me too
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its Dani you wanna get started?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Here
WhatsBeyondForks More than 1 year ago
See is the first book in the See series by Jamie Magee. It's also the first book I've read by this author. I loved the concept behind this story, but for me, the pacing was too slow. Once the book got to the half way point, Charlie finally started getting some of her memories back. Up until that point, I really wasn't given much detail as to what was going on. By themselves, I enjoyed each character. I liked their personalities and the connection they all seen to have (even though I don't really understand it yet). By the end, I still don't feel like I have near enough information from the plot to know what's going on. I know this book is also a part of another series, so maybe I should have read those books to have more of a grasp of the situation, but since this was book 1 in this series, I felt safe.
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Talk talk confused
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have a hard time jumping from Willow into this series.I'm reading them for the second time in the order the story is told in.The books are really great and, the story is enthralling.There is just a huge adjustment between the two sets of Characters in the books.Its hard for me to warm back up to Charlie when, I have grown so attached to Willow.However,if you are slow to get into these books, the latter outcome is by far worth the read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Im about 100 paged into the book and its kind if confusing. This is the type of book you may have to stop and re read a couple of sentenced. Book definitely has potential and I will keep reading! Will post a review once i finish!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's a little slow but I liked the concept of how they "see" and how music is involved.
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