How hard do you have to shake the family tree to find the truth about the past?
Fifteen-year-old Rae Kerrigan never really knew her family's history. Her mother and father died when she was young and it is only when she accepts a scholarship to the prestigious Guilder Boarding School in England that a mysterious family secret is revealed.
Will the sins of the father be the sins of the daughter?
As Rae struggles with new friends, a new school and a star-struck forbidden love, she must also face the ultimate challenge: receive a tattoo on her 16th birthday with specific powers that may bind her to an unspeakable darkness. It's up to Rae to undo the dark evil in her family's past and have a ray of hope for her future.
©2011 Wanita May (P)2014 Wanita May
This book surprised me. I didn't realize I was going to love it. This is a very good book and the narrator was my all time favorite. I hope this series has more. Can't wait to read book 2.
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I loved how through Rae's newness to magic it let the details and the story unfold organically
Sarah Ann Masse did a great job telling Rae's story. She made the accents seem authentic and geniune. Because of the characters nationalities it really added to the story. Had they been done poorly it would have sank the book. But thankfully she didn't and I loved it. I really hope Book 2 comes out quickly and that Sarah is the narrator again.
Are Sins of the Father the Sins of the Daughter
The story seemed to unique and was told well
The descriptive ability of the author
The reader really shouldn't have tried to use an accent other than her natural one. I loved her natural voice, but her accents were awful. Sorry. It was destracting.
The sorry Rae experienced over not having her mother any longer.
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