Illusion

Illusion

by Annie Oldham

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Overview

Illusion by Annie Oldham

Constance Jerome has survived a vampire attack, a team of possessed football players, and her first trip to Limbo. Now she has to prove that Mr Ransom is the dark necromancer before he topples the rules of the living and the dead. But then she discovers there is something else haunting the halls of Milltown High School, something with a sadistic side, something that has placed Constance's best friend at the center of its unwanted affection. To save those she cares about, Constance must forge her own path as a necromancer and embrace the shadows that have plagued her. But will it be enough?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153780429
Publisher: Annie Oldham
Publication date: 10/31/2016
Series: Song and Shadow , #2
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 627 KB
Age Range: 12 Years

About the Author

Away from her writing, Annie is the mother of the most adorable girls in the world, has the best husband in the world, and lives along Utah's Wasatch mountains.

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Illusion 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
taradurham77 More than 1 year ago
Once again, I should say that I got this book in exchange for an honest review. Ok ok, so if you read my first review-you’ll see that you caught me. I read both of these books back to back so I got a little foggy on where the first one ended and the second one began. Good news is this book can be read as a stand alone. The author does a pretty good job at catching you up-if you hadn’t read Possession (although you really should). Some small details you will not be able to appreciate, but for the most part-you will be just fine. In the first book, Constance’s mother seems wishy-washy. She seems to really not have much of a backbone and is very paranoid to involve Constance in any of the necromancer business. In the meantime, Constance learns that her gift is much greater than her mom’s and that it’s going to take both of them to find and take down the dark necromancer that they’ve been hunting. Her mom, Veronica, finally realizes that she has to start training Constance to fully develop her gift. The dark necromancer is using other spirits and people to do his dirty work. It’s obvious that he/she has figured out exactly who Constance is and is willing to use her loved ones to do his dirty biddings. Constance is positive she knows exactly who is behind all of this, but no one will listen to her. She must do something to make them listen-or stop the dark necromancer herself.
JBronder More than 1 year ago
Constance Jerome is a normal high school kid w that is awkward, has a great best friend, a crush on the jock, and a nemesis that is the jocks girlfriend. But she is also a necromancer and is trying to learn about her abilities. Her mother is trying to slow her learning down but it seems Constance might be more powerful than her mother and is learning faster on her own. This does lead to some problems at home when we learn more about her father. Then there is the dark necromancer. We learn his identity but no one would believe Constance. Then his threats get personal when he uses Greta in the fight with Constance. I was glad to learn that Veronica has become a stronger woman and more serious about Constance’s training. When you learn about Constance’s father and the past you can understand why he is so hesitant about Constance becoming a necromancer. I really like Constance. She has growing into a powerful person and is involved in a lot trying to figure out who the dark necromancer is. This story is filled with action, adventure, and great characters. The story just keeps getting better and better. I can’t wait to see what happens in the next book. I received Illusion from eBooks for Review for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.
MontzieW More than 1 year ago
Illusion (Song and Shadow Book 2) by Annie Oldham is the second book in the series but can be read as a stand alone, the author catches the reader up well. These books are suppose to be for teens but young adults and adults will love them just as well, they are awesome! This book takes off with more of our gal of the story getting into the family business of necromancer than book one. Someone at the school is also not so nice and she wants to figure out who. Lots of suspense, action, adventure, and creepiness in this book, loved it. This series should be a movie! I received a free book to read and the review is voluntary.