Death and the Girl He Loves
The fate of the world is not something a girl wants on her shoulders, and that is especially true for Lorelei McAlister, even though that is exactly where the world’s fate has decided to take up residence. Lorelei has seen first hand the horrors that lie beneath our everyday world. And those... show more
The fate of the world is not something a girl wants on her shoulders, and that is especially true for Lorelei McAlister, even though that is exactly where the world’s fate has decided to take up residence. Lorelei has seen first hand the horrors that lie beneath our everyday world. And those horrors are getting her friends killed. Because of this, she agrees to leave the sanctity of her hometown and is sent to a different world entirely. A boarding school. But even here she is being watched. Someone knows what she is. What she carries inside her soul. And now, alone and vulnerable, she must face the fact that there are people who want her dead, and no matter where she goes, no matter how far she runs, the lives of her friends and family are in mortal peril.
Publish date: 2013-10-08
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Pages no: 272
Edition language: English
Series: Darklight (#3)
I reviewed this book as a part of a series review. Find out what I though of DEATH AND THE GIRL HE LOVES by clicking HERE.
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