What does it mean when your school is voted the most dangerous in America?
It's time to kick some hellion butt....
After not really surviving her junior year (does "undead" count as survival?), Kaylee Cavanaugh has vowed to take back her school from the hellions causing all the trouble. She's going to find a way to turn the incarnations of Avarice, Envy, and Vanity against one another in order to protect her friends and finish this war, once and forever.
But then she meets Wrath and understands that she's closer to the edge than she's ever been. And when one more person close to her is taken, Kaylee realizes she can't save everyone she loves without risking everything she has....
The last thing you hear before you die.
©2013 Rachel Vincent (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
I loved the first few books and novellas! SPOILER: The overall series just took a bad turn when Kaylee dies at the end of "If I die". The last two books were just not as interesting to me anymore and I couldn't get into them like the first few. I did not even finish this last book, I totally lost interest. Bummer. I really like Rachel's Shifters series, now that is a strong female lead!
Yes, I really enjoyed this series. I had it in my wish list for a long time and never did anything with it, thinking it might be too "kiddish" for me. Then i bought the first book and it sat in my queue forever while i always found something else to read in it's stead. Then i listened to it finally... and I was hooked. I bought all of the other books (up until this one) including the character spin offs. Like all good things come to an end, this series didn't keep going it ended when it needed to, while it was still absorbing and engaging.
That's a tough one, Ms. Vincent built some pretty great characters in this series. I'd have to say either Kaylee or Tod, I am a sucker for a 'good guy' with flaws but the right goals and pure hearts. These two have them in abundance.
Amanda Ronconi never failed me yet. She's by far one of the best readers on Audible. period.
The other books in the series certainly had their moments where I might shed a tear or two but NOTHING like this book. I definitely cried over the course of listening to this book.
Great series, definitely worth the time. Not at ALL as YA as i thought it would be. Fantastic characters, smart story line, real emotion and devotion, flaws and hero's. It was a lot of fun and I'd be shocked if i didn't pick the series up again in the future and re-live my time with Soul Screamers.
Listen mostly to urban fantasy and suspense/thrillers but also enjoy mysteries, sci-fi, fantasy, romance, adventure, classic, modern, spiritual or general literature. And I always like a bit of romance in any of my stories.
I didn't think Rachel Vincent would be able to top "If I Should Die" yet somehow she does. "With All My Soul" contains some of the best one liners of the series and (for me at least) the most heart wrenching moments. Best of all the ending leaves you satisfied. Amanda Ronconi is an amazing performer definitely making this series one of those I recommend to my "audio book skeptic" friends as even better to listen to than to read. If you usually avoid young adult series (as do I) be forewarned that the series starts out with some of the "teen angst" that makes the genre difficult for me to listen to. The teaser novella "My Soul to Lose" nearly turned me off on the series but the premise at the end got me to try the first full book. Thankfully Ms Vincent does not continue in that vein far into "My Soul to Take" and I was quickly engrossed in the world she created.
It was good to have the series wrapped up, but I didn't enjoy this one as much as some of the others.
The recording was horrible. So many voice overs. In some of the other books there were a few but this one had pages and pages of them.
The story was wonderful and of the whole series was fantastic!!
I thought Amanda Ronconi's narration was fantastic. The first book I was like "she's okay" but with each book and each new character she was fantastic. My hat off to her!!!
I was so disappointed in the recording. I wish I just read the book instead. I own all "Soul Screamers" audibles but this one was... the words fail me.
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