My Soul to Keep (Soul Screamers #3)
Until something does.
Demon breath. No, not the toothpaste-challenged kind. The Netherworld kind. The kind that really can kill you. Somehow the super-addictive substance has made its way to the human world. But ho...more
Please hold me. I feel like somebody came in, grabbed me and swept me off my feet, made me feel warm on the inside while he whispered everything I wanted to hear into my ear and so much more, and then suddenly I'm being dropped on my...more
BR with little Amy :D
The best installment of The Soul Screamers so far!!! Darker, sexier, scarier!
More Netherworld, more Avari, more demon breath. I just wish there was a little more Tod!!!!
I like Kaylee, she's an ok heroine. Not annoying, not stupid, just the right amount of naive.
If I thought Nash couldn't possibly piss me off more, I was wrong. His lies and betrayal will be difficult to forgive, I hope.
My right foot snagged in the hem of Sophie’s dress and one hand went automa...more
I have to admit that t...more
You are lower than pond scum! Seriously - you suck! Some things should be unforgivable! I'm sure Kaylee will ultimately forgive you but I'm not sure how you can possibly redeem yourself in my eyes."
Make sure you have book #4 on hand so you can begin it as soon as you finish this one. It was midnight when I finished but there was no...more
I liked this book but I don't find them as interesting as I did the first time I read them. This is my second time - reading the whole series again to get ready for the last book. I did have some thoughts below from the first time and I still feel the same...
Read if you have already read the book - this is just my thoughts on this book, after the fact. :)
(view spoiler)[I read a few reviews talking about "how Nash did something horrible to Kaylee that might ruin their relationship". So I was just...more
My Reflections: Kaylee has been through more than her fair share of horror. Born a Bean Sidhe, motherless and with an absentee father she’s had to survive being institu...more
When the first two books of this series originally came out I read them right away, though for some weird reason, I never got around to reading this book until a few days ago, but I had read many reviews of it and basically knew the majority of the plot line. I think that had I not known what was going to occur in this book before reading it, I wouldn't have picked up on all of the un-Nash-like behaviour to the extent that I did and had I not known what was going to occ...more
In My Soul to Save, Vincent introduced readers to Demon's Breath, a sought-after intoxicant among the denizens of...more
All I'm going to do is paste quotes from the book here. Keep in mind that all of these are taken from only pages 7 to 15, No further.
"Nash leaned against my car, flashing that smile I couldn't resist. The one that made his dimples stand out and his eyes s...more
My Soul to Keep, the third book in the Soul Screamers series, was an improvement over book two. However, I was still frustrated with both the main character and the general plot until the halfway point.
Vincent showed shades of Richelle Mead by liberally bashing me over the head with clue-by-fours. By the second chapter, I’d already developed strong suspicions about who might be involved in the Netherworld drug scheme (yes, all of those suspicions came true). Constantly foreshadowing plot...more
For some reason I just couldn't get into the beginning. Maybe it was Nash's "problem" completely changing his character and the dynamics between Kaylee and him. Maybe it was just a slow starter. Maybe it was just the whole Demon breath thing???? Kaylee got on my nerves just a bit though...
I did stick it out though. And, I have to say I ended up enjoying the late middle/end. I love Tod even more now than ever. I still want t...more
In this instalment we see Kaylee go through a whole new challenge. When her friends at school get a hold of the deadly Demon's Breath, they soon start becoming addicts and of course Kaylee takes it upon herself to try and sort out the problem. With the help of Nash and Tod, Kaylee battles through the Neverworld yet again but whe...more
Why? Why in God’s name did I decide to reread this? It’s been almost a year since I’ve first read this and so far I haven’t managed to get over it. Whenever I saw this book somewhere I was reminded of how much I was hurting while reading it and how it left me depressed for days after I had finished it. I don’t know why I felt the need to stick my finger into this particularly nasty old wound. And rub salt in it. And pour alcohol all over it. And then set...more
With many series there comes a point where an author has two choices: to let the characters/story get into a rinse and repeat cycle where nothing ever changes and the books just sort of reset each time; or to let the series build to impossibly higher stakes where each book has to have bigger battles than the one before. Then there are the authors who choose to take the big risk of throwing their characters (and readers) a huge curve ball that...more
Originality of Plot: 5/5
Characters Development: 5/5
Cover Art: 5/5
Overall: 34/35 = 97%
MY SOUL TO TAKE is the 3rd book in Rachel Vincent’s YA Soul Screamers Series. Kaylee Cavanaugh is just your everyday high school student, except she was a bean sidhe (banshee). Along with her boyfriend Nash, who is also a bean sidhe, and his brother Tod, the reaper, Kaylee is coming to grips with her powers and her tie to the Netherworld.
Throughout the series, i've appreciated its dedication to keeping the world, the conflicts alive rather than using them as a mere backdrop (or worse, an excuse) for the characters relationships to resemble development. But Vincent just went right ahead and blew expectations up, in a way that worked for Soul Screamers.
I cannot recall any of the newer ad...more
La trama è stata organizzata alla perfezione, rendendo il libro emozionante e mai scontato.
I personaggi si evolvono, crescono e affrontano problemi concreti e tematiche sentimentali. Il mondo dei bean sidhe si evolve ed entrano a far parte nuove e misteriose creature,...more
My Soul to Keep starts...more
The idea of banshees is wonderful and unique, but when you stick it in a high school and have underlying everyday high school problems with a paranormal twist...it just loses the charm. Anyone know of other boo...more
Okay, so I saw this coming, but it was really hard to accept when "reality" actually hit. I like that although the characters are fictional, and they're dealing with really off-the-wall, bat-sh!t crazy stuff in their world, the author still manages to tackle real-life issues. In this installment, it's drug abuse. Maybe a Netherworld drug, but it's still deadly and still addictive.
Again, Rachel Vincent's ability to bring her ch...more
Okay, so in this book Kaylee's friends are being addicted with Demon Breath. She and Nash find ways to get in contact with the man behind it all but in the process find out more about each other and what secrets the closest person to you could keep.....
I did fall in love with this. I'm not going to say anymore about Nash because I don't want to ruin it for other people.
LOVED IT. Can not wait to search 'My Soul to Steal', sadly I have just found ou...more
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A resident of Oklahoma, Rachel Vincent has a BA in English and an overactive imagination, and consistently finds the latter to be more practical. She shares her workspace with...more
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That's how much I wanted Nash to love me.”