Book à Intrinsical Ì 290 pages

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Kindle è Intrinsical á Lani Woodland Sixteen year old Yara Silva has always known that ghosts walk alongside the living Her grandma like the other females in her family is a Waker someone who can see and communicate with ghosts Yara grew up watching her grandmother taunted and scorned for this unusual ability and doesn't want that to be her future She has been dreading the day when Rating Clarification 45 Stars closer to 5 Book uote I had the feeling that the past I was trying to put behind me wasn’t going to go uietlyBooks such as Instrinsical reinforce my love for paranormal stories because they strike a delicate balance between creeping me out and creating a suspended reality that I can easily come to believe I definitely enjoyed this ghost story by Lani Woodland and the entire cast of characters she created were amazing The writing was beautiful and the flow was flawless especially the last two thirds of the book where I was so glued to the pages I found myself reluctantly stumbling upon the final scenesAbout the book Yara Silva has grown up believing that ghosts walk among us because her grandmother is an Acordera or Waker – someone who could communicate with ghosts Yara has lived her entire life hoping that this ability would pass over her for fear of being called crazy but all that changes when she and her best friend enroll in Pendrell Academy which has been known to have a paranormal history Yara gets caught up in the fray when she saves Brent a fellow classmate from a ghost attack and suddenly becomes a targetI enjoyed this book for many reasons but the main one has to be Yara and Brent’s budding relationship I loved how Woodland chose to slow the pace down for these two characters because in the end their feelings for each other felt real and believable I have to say that I predicted a couple of the twists but the one that happened in the last third of the book caught me so off guard that I gasped in pleasant disbelief What a twist Also I have to note the beautiful art cover I loved how it ties in with one of the most important scenes in the book That recurring scene was emotional for me because of my love for the ocean lake pool anything related to water and it reminds me of one of my biggest fears shiversWhen I finished this book I rated it 4 stars but as I’ve had a couple of days to process the perfection of this story I’ve bumped it to 45 so that’s what I’m going with Overall this book was everything I enjoy in a great ghost story including a slow romance emotionally ridden scenes creepy backdrop and likeable characters I will definitely be signing up for the rest of Yara Silva’s journey Awesome read Thank you Alexa for sharing your book with me DFavorite uote The subdued light and the flowered perfumed air created a romantic setting as we walked the well worn paths of Pendrell Conversations unsaid and experiences shared followed us like shadows but we didn’t speak There was an undemanding easiness in our silence but it also crackled with insistent possibilities

Ebook Intrinsical

Book à Intrinsical Ì 290 pages ä Sixteen year old Yara Silva has always known that ghosts walk alongside the living Her grandma like the other females in her family is a Waker someone who can see and communicate with ghosts Yara grew up watching her grandmother taunted and scorned for this unusual ability and doesn't want that to be her f Hes to his rescue Her act of heroism draws the mist's attention and the dark spirit begins stalking her Yara finds herself entrenched in a sixty year old curse that haunts the school threatening not only her life but the lives of her closest friends as well Yara soon realizes that the past she was trying to put behind her isn't going to go uietl I nearly droped this book because of it's shaky start I'm glad I didn't An intriguing plot with enough twists and turn to keep you on edge The story bursts forth from the first page Yara Silva is a Waker She can communicate with ghosts On her first day at Pendrell Academy she saves the life of a student Brent from a ghost attack Pendrell has a history of being cursed and Yara unwittingly becomes it's target Apart from the way the book started the story is overall well executed We get hints and clues until the whole story slowly unfolds like a big jigsaw puzzle It has an air of mystery that will creep you out Another aspect of the story I really liked was the romance It was subtle and took a while for the attraction betweeen Yara and Brent to develope It felt natural and believable I thought Yara's character was a bit underdeveloped and I would have liked to know about her family of Wakers especially her Grandmother I hope to meet her in the next book Overall it was an interesting read

Lani Woodland á Intrinsical Epub

IntrinsicalShe too would see ghosts and is relieved that the usually dominant Waker gene seems to have skipped her letting her live a normal teenage life However all that changes for Yara on her first day at her elite boarding school when she discovers the gene was only lying dormant She witnesses a dark mist attack Brent a handsome fellow student and rus A girl that can see ghostsA boy that can astral project his soulAnd a best friend whose obsession about an eerie curse could put them all in dangerYara Brent and Cherie are three teens who share two things in common the prestigious private school they attend and the fact that they all believe in ghosts Yara most of all as she is a Waker a person who has the gift of communicating with and seeing ghosts a gift passed down through her family But Yara doesn't want this gift She doesn't want to be 'crazy' or shunned by those around her Hoping for a fresh start she and her best friend Cherie come to Pendrel school where Cherie hopes to discover about the rumoured Pendrel Curse Yara begs her to leave well enough alone already having visions and ghostly sightings that don't bode well Yara is drawn to new acuaintance Brent and eventually discovers that he has the ability to astral project But her new found peace doesn't last for long; 'accidental' suicides murders and drownings start to occur and as the body count goes up Yara and her friends are in a race against time and the supernaturalCan they discover the murderer's true identity? And at what cost?I loved how the romance stuff didn't overpower the storyline at all we got to discover alot about the whole Waker thing see her abilities and Brent's and that made me glad When an author takes the time to create a concept it's nice to see them explain it at length and use it in the plot Actually it's nice to see a book that keeps to the plot and doesn't simply mention the supposed plot now and then and sticks to the make out sessions Brent and Yara's subtle draw to one another is adorable and adds to the general emotional response of this book I loved every minute of reading it and Cherie's humour Brent's wicked comments he's than just a pretty face Yara's determination and of course the best scenethe 'Dallin asks Yara to the dance in front of an invisible Brent' scene that was hilariousmade it a spectacular paranormal YA book that I will most certainly read again and again D