Helen Hamilton has spent her entire sixteen years trying to hide how different she is—now it's getting harder. She's having nightmares of a desperate desert journey, visions of three women weeping tears of blood. And why is she possessed by the sudden, unstoppable urge to kill the handsome new... show more
Helen Hamilton has spent her entire sixteen years trying to hide how different she is—now it's getting harder. She's having nightmares of a desperate desert journey, visions of three women weeping tears of blood. And why is she possessed by the sudden, unstoppable urge to kill the handsome new boy in school, Lucas Delos?A love written in the stars . . . A feud started in ancient Greece . . . A curse not even the gods can break.
Publish date: 31-05-2011
Edition language: English
This book was really good, but it also wasn’t that great. The best way I can describe it is Percy Jackson meets Twilight, and if you know me, you know those are my two least favorite series, so I’m actually impressed by how much I liked it.I kinda liked how Helen and Lucas’ relationship started off ...
My Review Breakdown:Story/Plot: 4/5Characters: 4/5Writing: 4/5Ending: 5/5Cover: 4/5Total Score: 21/25 = 5 CupcakesMy Rating: Positively Enticing!!! *See the full review and many more Here
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