Kaylee has one addiction: her very hot, very popular boyfriend, Nash. A banshee like Kaylee, Nash understands her like no one else. Nothing can come between them.
Until something does.
Demon breath. No, not the toothpaste-challenged kind. The Netherworld kind. The kind that really can kill you. Somehow the super-addictive substance has made its way to the human world. But how? Kaylee and Nash have to cut off the source and protect their friends—one of whom is already hooked.
And so is someone else....
©2010 Rachel Vincent (P)2010 Audible, Inc.
In this installment of the Soul Screamers series by Rachel Vincent, Kaylee and her boyfriend, Nash, discover that someone is selling demon's breath to their fellow high school students as the newest and coolest drug. And, people are dying. Now, they're in a race to find the culprit before someone else dies. Not to mention that Kaylee's world gets shattered when things hit way too close to home and she's forced to make decisions no person should have to face.
I get more and more invested in these characters with every book. This one was my favorite of the books. Hopefully, Rachel Vincent does not intend on ending the series any time soon as I could easily pick up the next book and start listening right now. I think that Rachel Vincent does a very good job of developing the characters with each book. This time, I found myself wishing for something to happen that I never would have suspected but, alas, I can't tell you what that is or I might spoil things for somebody. Now, if somebody's read them and wants to talk, let me know. Oh, yeah, Amanda Roncini does an excellent job narrating as well.
Paranormal-urban fantasy book lover!
Yes, because it was not a series I would have picked on its own, I chose it because Amanda Ronconi was the narrator.
I can't think of one to compare it too. It's original.
I hope people give this book a chance not just because of Ronconi but bc it is actually a great series as well.
I really liked the first few books in this series, even though sometimes the characters' decisions were ridiculous. In this book, however, it was just too far beyond belief and was annoying. I know teenagers are rebellious and don't trust adults etc, but the situation they were in here was really serious and dangerous, and it was just insane that they didn't tell their parents right away. Had they done that, then the whole problem probably could've been avoided. Then, at numerous points throughout the first half of the book, they should've told their parents everything - even though they told them some things. It was just too ridiculous and annoying.
You'll like this series no matter your age. i started reading young adult books a little while back, and I really like them.
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