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But then her room mate disappears after confessing she has a poltergeist, and some of the other patients also seem to be manifesting paranormal behaviour. Could that be a coincidence? Or is Lyle House not quite what it seems…? Or could her fate be even worse…? Can she trust her fellow students, and does she dare reveal her dark secret? I like how Armstrong takes it and uses it in this scenario though without a major emphasis on it. Like Like.
Sorry about that, […]. Simon was at least to me the friend type and I just knew deep down that she wasn't going to pick him in the end. Yeah, Derek's description is a little bit out of the ordinary but I think that's what made him so lovable, and if the author can make you like the more unorthodox over the generic, well all the more to them. Yeah, Derek had acne and maybe not the greatest attitude, but he definitely progressed.http://argo-karaganda.kz/scripts/jigetehig/4235.php
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He showed his great qualities, like protecting the ones he loved, intelligence and strength. I've re-read this series so many times and I could do it again. View all 8 comments. Reviewed by: Rabid Reads. The paranormal elements were subtle in the earlier chapters which was kind of disappointing, Reviewed by: Rabid Reads. There was of course a cliff hanger which twisted my arm into binge listening to all three. Anyway, another quick and satisfying listen from Armstrong. I really hated Margaret, her insolence and insistence on pushing Saunders to crank up the juice resulted in a brilliant oh-shit moment that served as her just deserts.
However, as the story progressed and the heroine evolved, the child-like tone would have benefited from a slight adjustment. View 1 comment. May 27, Taylor rated it it was amazing. I can't say enough great things about this book! I just re-read them and loved them all the same!
It's impossible to pick a favorite out of the three though. Each book has qualities that makes you adore the series as a whole. The writing is written pretty flawlessly kudos to Kelly Armstrong The characters are very developed and clear f I can't say enough great things about this book! The writing is written pretty flawlessly kudos to Kelly Armstrong The characters are very developed and clear from the very first page. Everything in this series is crystal clear. One thing I liked in particular was that I didn't feel as if Kelly Armstrong pushed a relationship to be in the book from page one.
Overall, the point is that I can read this trilogy 50 more times and still obsess over it! Definitely recommend! Jun 20, NatashaSonya rated it it was amazing Shelves: urban-fantasy , romance , young-adult. This series is set in the same world as Kelley Armstrong's Women of the Otherworld series, however that doesn't become extremely apparent until around the second and third books. I read the first book and really wondered if it would be any good. However, the fact that I sat around in bed and read the whole book non-stop until I was finished says quite a lot. This series is nothing like I've ever seen.
Chloe is a year-old girl who just wants a normal life, though everything out of the ordinary This series is set in the same world as Kelley Armstrong's Women of the Otherworld series, however that doesn't become extremely apparent until around the second and third books. Chloe is a year-old girl who just wants a normal life, though everything out of the ordinary ends up happening to her. She is taken to Lyle house where she meets a group of people who are all thought to be mentally unstable as she too thinks she is, and throughout The Summoning she begins to learn more about the brothers who are not actually blood-related Derek and Simon, and about herself and the fact that she indeed sees ghosts, can talk to them, and even more.
As Chloe discovers more, along with Derek and Simon, as well as the other housemates, Rae, Liz, and the hateful Tori, some very bloody secrets are unraveled about Lyle House and it meant one thing. They must run. I've said it before, and I will say it again, Kelley Armstrong does a fantastic job with weaving a storyline so concrete and absolute, with a world full of mysteries, and yet with very certain boundaries, that the world in her books become reality to the reader.
It's not a story with untouchable perfect characters, and supernatural races and beings who are indestructible. On the contrary, there are limits and consequences that are very human to each of the races as well as the characters. And not only is the world realistic, but the story and lead-up to the realizations in the books are slow and steady and so well hinted that the books just come together perfectly. Kelley Armstrong has yet to fail me in making a story that isn't realistic and down to earth, and not mention romantic.
The build up of the romantic plot is just as subtly and well done as is the action, almost as though the characters are guiding themselves through an adventure and not a story being told.
The characters are imperfect and human to the very raw emotion, and the relationships and interactions between them amaze me. Though the sex and adult content are toned down many notches, as well as the change in writing style, compared to her adult series, there is plenty of humour and swearing to go around. Along with suspenseful action, daring adventure, and the sutble build-up of romance, this trilogy is by far the diverse urban fantasy supernatural series I've ever read.
Loved it. View 2 comments. Oct 03, Charlotte rated it liked it Recommends it for: paranormal lovers, sci-fi lovers, conspiracy lovers, teens. Shelves: i-wish-this-book-was-a-person , kickass-female-characters , mildly-amusing , it-was-ok. Spoiler alert: Ah, Chloe, Chloe, Chloe.
I wanted to like you, I did. Another good factor: you weren't sixteen or seventeen, like them, and--shudder--Luce Price, who I hate to mention comparitavely in ANY review. You were younger, but still depicted as smart and self-aware.