Not literary, but fun teen fantasy (and plenty of romance). Read Common Sense Media's My Soul to Take review, age rating, and parents guide. Review: My Soul to Take by Yrsa SigurdardóttirLike her first novel, Last Rituals, the Icelandic writer's second book also features my favourite. My Soul to Take (Soul Screamers #1) by Rachel Vincent, cover version 2 . BOOK THREE—My Soul to Keep (): Kaylee has one addiction: her very hot, .
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Book 3. Nothing too graphic, but a number of girls do drop dead of no apparent cause. Also, Kaylee's mother was killed in car accident, and, later in the book, her aunt dies. There are a number of rather creepy creatures, and a rather intense scene in which Kaylee battles a grim reaper for her cousin's soul.
Some pretty passionate makeout sessions, including lots of licking and burning kisses that "scalded Kaylee's best friend has a drink at a club they've snuck into, and another girl there is very drunk.
After Kaylee and her cousin see a classmate die, Kaylee's aunt gives her daughter prescription pills to help her sleep, and then gets drunk. Parents need to know that this book features both fantastical creature and murders, though violence is pretty limited. Also, it is a Harlequin, so expect some romance although, making out is as far as the main characters go.
Some characters drink, and an adult gives her daughter sleeping pills that aren't prescribed to her. In the end, though, the heroine is a strong character who fights for those she loves. Fantasy fans may even be inspired to research the myths this story is based around.
Add your rating See all 1 parent review. Add your rating See all 3 kid reviews. It's a crazy four days for Kaylee. Pretty girls keep dropping dead around her for no apparent cause -- and she is able to predict their untimely deaths just before they happen. Luckily good lookin' Nash has an explanation about what's really happening and some ideas for how to stop it. He also has a voice that seems to calm her -- and some hot kisses to keep her distracted. Well, this is certainly not going to meet anyone's definition of a classic, but it is good fun.
But those who love a fast-paced fantasy novel will keep up with this plot-heavy book -- the first in a series -- and eagerly await the next installment about the feisty heroine.
Families can talk about the popularity of the fantasy book series. This is just part one of the Soul Screamers series -- do you think you'll read the next one? What is so great about a series? Why do think they are so popular right now, especially those series that feature vampires, werewolves, and other mythical creatures?
On a related note, Kaylee has to accept the fact that she is not human. Also, Harlequins have been around for a long time -- and teens have been reading them long before the HarlequinTeen imprint was launched. Why would a publisher decided to publish these just for teens? How are they different from their adult counterparts?
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We display the minimum age for which content is developmentally appropriate. The star rating reflects overall quality and learning potential. Learn how we rate. Google Tag Manager. She's a banshee—she screams when someone dies.
So to distract herself, Kaylee's going to save every girl in school. Because that hot new teacher is really an incubus who feeds on the desire of unsuspecting students. The only girls immune to his lure are Kaylee and Sabine, her boyfriend's needy ex-girlfriend.
Now the unlikely allies have to get rid of Mr. Beck…before he discovers they aren't quite human, either. But Kaylee's borrowed lifeline is nearing its end. And those who care about her will do anything to save her life. The good news? He didn't get it. The bad news? Turns out not even death will get you out of high school… Covering up her own murder was one thing, but faking life is much harder than Kaylee Cavanaugh expected.
After weeks spent "recovering," she's back in school, fighting to stay visible to the human world, struggling to fit in with her friends and planning time alone with her new reaper boyfriend. But to earn her keep in the human world, Kaylee must reclaim stolen souls, and when her first assignment brings her face-to-face with an old foe, she knows the game has changed.
Her immortal status won't keep her safe. And this time Kaylee isn't just gambling with her own life….