Publish date: October 4th 2012
Pages no: 331
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, European Literature
, British Literature
Series: Rayne (#1)
Rayne sat at the end of her narrow bed next to Jelly's cot, painting her nails. It was the end of August and the heat was vile. She'd pulled the blind against the sun to cut the glare, but it made no difference. She'd just had a cold shower, but she was sweating already, her make-up melting off her ...
My first impression: wow. Now to the rest. I really liked this book. So much I just bought book 2 in this series, eventhough the ending was pretty closed. It still left me with wanting to know more, wanting to know how it continues. Will she stay with Ethan? How about her home situation? So many thi...
Amazing read, I can't wait to get stuck into the next one :)Rayne is a great character who is easy to understand.
Rayne lives in a tiny apartment in London slum with her mother and baby brother. She has a boyfriend who...seems shady, although he never actually does anything bad. She hates, uh, you know, urban life, so she gets a job in the country at the creepiest, most haunted house ever. And then she start...
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