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Publisher's Summary

Sixteen years ago, Kira Chiklak’s mother promised her a miracle on Christmas morning. Instead, she woke to the news her brother was gone forever. The Alaskan pilot's dreams have always told her the future but have never revealed the secrets of her past.

Now, Kira’s dreams are warning her another child in Amarok is in danger of meeting the same fate as her brother. As Kira races to save Annie Michaels' life, she comes to believe her past and Annie’s future are inextricably linked.

The last thing Hunter Jackson expects to do during Spring Break is unravel a mystery. When Kira asks for his assistance, he can’t refuse her request. But can he help her protect Annie when his own heart is at risk?

©2017 Gwenan Haines (P)2018 Gwenan Haines

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Story was great

Kira and Hudson are woven into an interesting, and complex situation where they are looked upon for guidance. Being a visionary challenges not only Kira, but also those in her community. Does she actual have the gift, becomes the question. When another young girl goes missing can the bush pilot save her in time. Book was great, wish there was a different reader. The reader sounds as though she’s a spin off from the Fargo movie. She tries to make accents for the characters, unnecessarily. One of the worst I’ve listened to! Too bad one star was the lowest for this Fargo-esque reader.

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Touching, heartwarming, and a great story

If you could sum up Wraith in three words, what would they be?

Interesting, descriptive, lovely characters

What other book might you compare Wraith to and why?

Im can't think of anything Ive read before quite like Wraith

What about Kay Webster’s performance did you like?

Good actress, who put a lot into her performance and helped bring the characters to life

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I listened while driving to and from work and each time I arrived I didn't want to stop listening

Any additional comments?

This is a lovely story, with rich interesting characters and a storyline which makes the listener want to know more. I hope there is another instalment to come, - I would want to listen to it.

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Great!

I enjoyed this one! It took me a little bit to get used to the narration, but then I quickly got into the swing of it and the story. I'm definitely ready for the next audiobook in the series now.