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Night Marchers (Night Marchers #1)

3.62 of 5 stars 3.62  ·  rating details  ·  1,507 ratings  ·  129 reviews
From the authors of the best selling book: Project ELE, comes a new young adult paranormal romance that will have you averting your eyes for years to come. This special edition of Night Marchers was professionally edited in September 2012. It includes newly edited scenes, a special Kai P.O.V., the first chapter of the sequel: Redemption, the first chapter of the first book ...more
Kindle Edition, 350 pages
Published October 14th 2011 (first published October 13th 2011)
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It's a really, really good book don't get me wrong. But how can i say this, I'm not crazy about it, normally i'm in a book, like in in it but with this i wasn't. I could put it down half way and i wouldn't be rushing or feeling the need or desperation to get back into it and finish it off. I read it twice as at first i lost the plot of it all. It was an easy and simple read, a tad boring at times but it was good. The ending was the best part as it wasn't a predictable one, it shocked me a little ...more
I don´t understand why this e-book has high ratings. I was deceived by these ratings and I lost my time (I cant stop reading a book in the middle even when I do not like it, I always hope it gets better)

Night Marchers has a poor writing, with a constant switch between past and present tense, extensive descriptions that don´t contribute in anything and characters quite unreal. The worst is that nothing happens until the middle of the book. I even wonder if it has any plot beyond Emma and his fath
Angie ~aka Reading Machine~
Emma Townsend is your average teenager that has recently received the shock of her young life. Her father, a paranormal investigator, has taken a job in Hawaii and their moving within a month. Emma is not sure how she feels about leaving at near the end of her senior year. Emma and her best friend infinitely or BFI Kaylee are trying to cope with all of these sudden changes yet neither one wants to say good bye to each other. Her father's employers The Kealohas have spared no expense in bringing ...more
Rhiannon Frater
I wavered between 2 stars and 3, but finally decided it's probably a 2.5.

I can't review this book without breaking down the elements that I liked and didn't like.

Here we go...


The Supernatural Element
It was refreshing to read about something other than vampires, werewolves, fae, etc. I loved the usage of Hawaiian mythology in the book. The Night Marchers were very well described and quite chilling. I also liked the Menehune and how they were woven into the storyline.

The Setting
I was
Stacey (Sassy Book Lovers)
I found this book on facebook and the cover was the first thing that caught my eye, after reading the blurb it just drew me in even more. I was lucky enough to recieve a review copy which I'm sorry took me awhile to get to, with my personal life and a pile of other reviews to get through in the way.

When I first started reading I was drawn in straight away, it's very well written and easy to follow the storyline. I loved that the story was based in Hawaii I've always wanted to go there. Everythi
Darlene Ruiz
I loved this story! It was really different from anything I have read and it was about something I have never heard of...The Night Marchers!

Night Marchers are ghostly apparitions of a band of beings who move with purpose to the beat of primitive pounding drums. Some say they are armed spirit warriors en route to or from battle, toting archaic weaponry and clothed in decorated helmets and cloaks. Other accounts tell of high-ranking alii (ruler) spirits being guided to places of high importance or
Annie Brewer
I loved this book. It was well written by new and coming authors. They are amazing. This book is set in Hawaii. I love the history and cultural facts that are in it. I've never wanted to go to Hawaii but after reading this it makes me want to and vacation by the beach. I feel that these authors did their research well. It is different than what I am used to reading about.

The characters are amazing!! Emma reminds me of one of my best friends. She is a very sweet girl but she can also be tough. Sh
This book was amazing! I could not put it down. In a way I understand were Emma was coming from when she was being moved away from her BFI! I have moved from mine so many times that I am so grateful that we stayed in touch. Funny thing is I live in Texas like Emma did lol so I could relate on some level, not that I have moved out of state just towns over. When Emma moved to Hawaii, I was just like wow, how nice would that be. The way the authors described it in a way I felt as though I was there ...more
Sadly, I was not able to finish this novel. I realize that this e-book has high ratings. I do not mean any offense to the writer(s) and don't want to stir any drama, but this is my honest opinion of the book.

I really liked the story. Actually, I loved the story. I liked that it was different than anything else out there in the extremely popular YA genre. The problem had actually nothing to do with the story, though. I had a huge problem continuing the novel because of the many grammar and spelli
Rio Faa
You know what the YA market needs more of right now? Rich white girls going on spectacular adventures in cultures that aren't even their own! Seriously, why couldn't this chick (sorry, I can't even remember her name) have been a native Hawaiian? Would it have been so difficult to change it up for once? I'm glad that the author actually used a real Hawaiian legend (kind of), but this just makes me angry.
Now, as for the actual book, there's not much to talk about. It's just your typical YA parano
  ღ☆ღ  Brenda
Pretty good little read.Emma not happy about her dad's new job moving her away from Texas and her BBI.But she is in for a surprise when she arrives on the Island of Hawaii.The place is beautiful and the new house that the Kealoha's has set up for them is totally amazing! Complete with a house keep/cook with a HAWT son!! What more could a teenage girl ask for? But there are some island tales and creepy eyes lingering.

Emma spends a lot time with caretakers son.He teaches her how to surf and that
I can't believe I read as much of this book as I did. The storyline moves at the pace of a snail, the writing goes back and forth between past-tense and present-tense so often that it's difficult to keep up, and the dialog is cheesy. By almost halfway in, I still had no idea what the main plot of the story was. All I read about was how pretty Emma's room was, and how cute Tristan was. Honestly, I kept waiting to find out that Tristan was gay. I don't mean to be insulting to the author; however, ...more
Mar 03, 2012 Sarah rated it 1 of 5 stars
Shelves: dnf
This book is HORRIBLE. There's so many grammar errors that I can't properly enjoy the story. I should not be yelling "COMMA" multiple times on each page when there should have been a comma, yet I found myself doing that. The dialogue was awkward and didn't flow. It would randomly be set up wrong. The narrative switched between present and past tenses. The descriptions were too lengthy. I do not understand how this book has so many 5 star ratings. Night Marchers had so much potential and fell fla ...more
This was one of those different takes on anything paranormal. I like have new perspectives on what is considered paranormal. The main character Emma is forced by her dad to move to Hawaii (not something I would complain about) and she is unhappy about it since she is still in highschool. Of course she is lucky to meet two gorgeous Hawaiian boys one more real than the other. She has adventures that stretched my imagination. Plus the end killed me. I must read book two.
What a great book, once I got going I could not put it down. Packed with adventure, excitement and love and so much more!! I can't wait for book 2 to see what happens on Emma's journey! The story of the Night Marchrd was so awesome as well!!
Feb 27, 2012 Krystle marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
OMG! A book set in Hawai'i about the Night Marchers? I have to read this! Self-published or not!
This review may contain spoilers

This was given to me in ebook form from Confessions of a Bookaholic for review

Summary: NEVER, EVER lock eyes with a Night Marcher! Everyone in Hawaii has heard this warning, except for seventeen-year-old Emma Townsend that is. For most Hawaiians know that looking into the eyes of Night Marcher can strike a curse that will end in death or eternal servitude.

Even though her father, who is a paranormal investigator, solely raised Emma, she has little experience in the
I got this for free on amazon, so I didn't expect it to be good. I was surprised to find it was a fairly good book. There are a few things that I didn't like, however.

First, there were a few grammatical errors. It wasn't a big deal, but I'm somewhat OCD about grammar, so that was just a minor irritation.

The problem was the love triangle. It was...I don't know. It just didn't sit well with me. The two guys are Tristan, a local Hawaiian, and Kai, an immortal-by-accident who knows quite a lot about
Mikila Marshall
Night Marchers is about a 17 year old girl named Emma who is forced to move away from her home in Texas to an all new experience in Hawaii where her father has been hired for a very important job. "Never Lock Eyes With A Night Marcher" is the saying for all Hawaiian's but being new Emma hadn't heard it, and she does just that. A curse is placed upon her. She goes on the run with a mysterious guy who will go out of his way to protect her. Will she fight to end the curse or will the Night Marchers ...more
Night Marchers is a YA book that takes the beautiful island of Hawaii and explores some of the darker paranormal history about it. The story is told through the eyes of the teenage Emma who is ripped from her life in Texas when her father gets a job offer too good to resist.

Whilst initially reluctant to leave her home Emma quickly becomes accostomed to the new way of life and as is typical for teenage girls is helped in her transition by a rather good looking teenage boy.

I am always interested
Kristin Scearce
Disclaimer: I was given an e-book copy by the authors in exchange for an honest review.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It's an awesome story, the legends involved are wonderful, and the descriptions of the Hawaiian scenery made me feel like I was actually there. I wish I could have finished it faster than I did, but real life had to go and get in the way. However, I couldn't wait to get back to reading it to see what new things were going to happen with Emma. Plus, there were quite a few quotabl
Merissa (Archaeolibrarian)
This is an interesting story told as the first person. Emma is 17 and is told by her dad that they are leaving Texas and moving to Hawaii about 4 months before she is due to graduate. Big sulks but she goes and when she gets there, she loves it. Of course, it might help that hero number 1, Tristan, is there to make things a bit easier.

She is warned by more than one person not to be out after dark but no one will tell her why. When, by accident, she finds herself alone, in the dark, and in danger
A very nice read, with discriptions of Hawaii that I sware left me smelling flowers in the living room! At times I felt like I was there. We start off meeting Emma who is being moved from her friends and school "to another country" as her dad starts a new job assignment for a weathly family. Her dad is a paranormal investigator and has been hired to research the night marchers, and thou he tries to keep Emma out of the paranomal world she finds herself unwillingly sucked in when she looks a nigh ...more
Kate Norton
I got this as a free kindle book, and am rating it based on its peers (being, free/cheap kindle self-pubs). Otherwise, I'd have to give it a lower rating. Here's the deal: Cool story, neat idea, compelling characters... BAD/no editing. It could be so much better if there weren't so many misspellings, and more annoyingly, mixed metaphors and malapropisms. Every time I'd hit one, I'd wince and totally be distracted from the story line by my overwhelming desire to correct the problem. I actually fa ...more
Love the book at it is different from what I am use to reading. I enjoy Reading Night Marchers from the beginning it caught my attention. The characters are well described. I enjoy reading about the island of Hawaii. I think in a lot of way Night Marchers made me feel like if I was right next to the characters.What I like the most about the book is that it is clean of sex scenes. Will be reading the second book.
Paula Mccue
This book was different, It took me right in to the story and I loved it, couldn't put it down, then I got to 56% of the story and it kinda changed, I wasn't keen on the Menehune, I felt it gave a childish edge to the story, I kept reading and still enjoyed it but I wasn't so in to it as I had been at the beginning, still a really good book to read tho which is why I gave it 4 stars
I just finished this book, literally 5 minutes ago. :P The story is captivating, despite the slow start. I was upset with some of the mistakes in the that sticks out is the use of 'to' in place of 'too'....not a huge deal, just a thing I noticed. otherwise, a good read.
This is a really great book. Having been to Hawaii before, I really loved the history & cultural things put into the book. Love Kai & Emma. There is so much about this book that I totally loved. If you haven't read it, don't miss out!
Interesting plot but I feel like the 17 year old explains things way too much, with too much detail - pretty much an adult trying to get her adult point of view across to her young readers through a "teenager"
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Rebecca Gober was born in Houston, Texas in 1982 and spent most of her life growing up in Dallas, Texas. In between working full time, being a wife and mother of two, Rebecca has never let her passion for reading and fiction fall through the cracks. Rebecca Gober's first series, The Night Marchers Series, which she co-authored with her best friend and partner in crime, Courtney Nuckels, was releas ...more
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