Strange things are happening in Maya's tiny Vancouver Island town. First, her friend Serena, the captain of the swim team, drowns mysteriously in the middle of a calm lake. Then, one year later, mountain lions are spotted rather frequently around Maya's home—and her reactions to them are somewhat... show more
Strange things are happening in Maya's tiny Vancouver Island town. First, her friend Serena, the captain of the swim team, drowns mysteriously in the middle of a calm lake. Then, one year later, mountain lions are spotted rather frequently around Maya's home—and her reactions to them are somewhat . . . unexpected. Her best friend, Daniel, has also been experiencing unexplainable premonitions about certain people and situations. It doesn't help that the new bad boy in town, Rafe, has a dangerous secret, and he's interested in one special part of Maya's anatomy—her paw-print birthmark.
Publish date: April 12th 2011
Pages no: 359
Edition language: English
Okay, I really would have liked this book...if I hadn't read The Darkest Powers series first. The Catch-22 of that is that you kind of have to read the Darkest Powers first. Well, that was a lie. You don't have to. But it certainly makes a lot more sense if you do. I can't help comparing this to The...
I started reading this after I had gotten 27% into The Calling (the second book in the trilogy) and realized I was reading the wrong book. I thought at first that the author had just dropped me right into the action and would give backstory as we went along (or do one of those "48 hours earlier" lik...
I actually got to pre-read the Dutch translation of this first book of the newest series by Kelley Armstrong. As I had never read anything by her before, I didn't really know what to expect. It turned out to be an interesting story about some Native American folklore, something I don't know anythi...
An enjoyable read. Slow to start, really picked up about 1/2 through. I have many questions after reading this book and not very many answers. I really liked Maya. I liked that KA made the main character Native. Most of the fiction I've read isn't very diverse and it was wonderful to have a mai...