Nothing is safe around Kristyl Barnette. Windows break. Books rocket across the room. Lights flicker. Strange occurrences follow the 16-year-old everywhere. She's an outcast at her school, but everything changes in the blink of an eye.When tragedy forces her to move in with her estranged aunt Jodi in the small town of Clearwater, Michigan, Kristyl tries to leave her past behind. She makes friends and catches the attention of Owen Marsh, who accepts her without question and who may be able to understand her better than anyone.
Learning to understand what was happening Krissa and she was able to get away from her old school
Thrust into an alternate reality, Kristyl must navigate a new past and different relationships, all while keeping the secret only she and Crystal Jamison know: In their attempt to find a powerful stone for the circle of witches to anchor to, they altered the past.
Listening to the book rather than reading it helps to bring the characters to life by giving them their own personality. Otherwise, it's up to the re..Show More »aders imagination to give each character their own personality.« Show Less
Seth Whitacre, a centuries-old psychic witch, is determined to exact his revenge on everyone who stands between him and his ultimate goal: taking over the town of Clearwater and turning it into a stronghold for people with abilities - people like him. When Krissa thwarted his attempt to regain his full strength, she became his number-one enemy.
Yes, because you get so much more from listening to the book when the narrator is good they are able to bring the characters to life.