Devastated by the loss of her mother, Triss throws herself into uncovering clues surrounding her mother's disappearance. When the Witch Avenue Coven turns their backs on Triss, she realizes she's caught in a world that is ruled by Lonely Souls. But who is controlling them? Recognizing the herbal... show more
Devastated by the loss of her mother, Triss throws herself into uncovering clues surrounding her mother's disappearance. When the Witch Avenue Coven turns their backs on Triss, she realizes she's caught in a world that is ruled by Lonely Souls. But who is controlling them? Recognizing the herbal lore she grew up learning will do little to fight against the underworld, she is relieved when her best friend from childhood, Logan, returns to help her find answers. When they begin uncovering secrets from her family's past, she learns her mother might not have been the only target. But as Triss falls deeply for Logan, she discovers her family isn't the only one with secrets and his may be deadly. Edited by CreateSpace
Publish date: June 29th 2012
Publisher: Bulldog Press
Pages no: 290
Edition language: English
Series: The Witch Avenue (#1)
A much better read from the last book I read. An interesting take into the paranormal writes, I think more apropos for teens but still enjoyable.
18 year-old Triss has just graduated from high school but the biggest event in her life is yet to come - her acceptance into the Witch Avenue Coven. Yes you heard it right, Triss is a witch. I must admit I was very surprised with Triss' behaviour toward her witchy powers. All she did until now is co...
This book was okay. It could have been a bit better but I'm still looking forward to reading the next in the series
I can see why some have said "Lonely Souls" is like an adult Harry Potter. And as a Harry Potter fan, that is a compliment. I loved this book and can't wait to read "Altered Souls". Triss and Logan are great characters. They are far from normal and truly unique.
Lonely Souls first attracted me by its gorgeous cover, even moreso by its mention of witches. I love witches and all their potential. I love spells, magic, and how books on the subject can be fun, fierce, and original. Even though I wish there would have been more "witchiness", Lonely Souls has an i...