by Alyson Noel
Publisher St. Martin's Press
Our Thoughts On Fated:
Alyson Noel is an amazing author and with the release of Fated, Noel pushes past her previous boundaries of paranormal and into something so much more breathtaking.
Daire Santos has been moving around the world with her mother in the entertainment industry but she finds that her latest move, through time and space, just turned into a new chapter in her life. Being sixteen is hard enough, but being sixteen and coming into some inherited powers just turned into a possibility she never imagined. Daire always noticed things that were not in the normal range of explanations and her mother did not encourage these flights of fancy either, Daire has been experiencing strange things for a while and now she is dreaming strange dreams. While a pair of brothers haunt her nights, visions of ravens flock her thoughts being the harbingers of something wicked and deadly that is coming her way.
In a life of change and unrest Daire has wandered through life pretty carefree until in one of her episodes she finds herself whisked away to an estranged grandparent in New Mexico. Here with her Grandmother, Daire finds that she comes from a line of bizarre powers that have plagued her family with trials and untimely deaths including that of her father. Daire soon must face a whole new world of strange possibilities finding within herself the strength to go on as everything she thought she knew about the world is turned upside down.
Being sixteen is hard enough, but being sixteen and a Soul Seeker who faces a pair of brother who want to change her reality altogether just may break her. Daire soon finds that she needs the courage her father may have lacked to fight the oncoming storm before it crashes into all that she holds dear. Fated will delight readers already comfortable with Alyson Noel's books, but also captivate new readers into this author's captivating voice.
*received a copy of this book for review through an ARC Tour.
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