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Indelible

(The Yara Silva Trilogy #2)

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Yara is beginning to understand just how much her life will change now that her Waker abilities have emerged. She has come to terms with the fact that seeing ghosts is part of her life, but she isn’t ready to let being a Waker dictate her choices. All she wants is a ghost-free senior year with her boyfriend, Brent, and her best friend, Cherie. But Yara soon discovers that ...more
Hardcover, 416 pages
Published September 27th 2011 by Pendrell Publishing (first published September 26th 2011)
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Maja (The Nocturnal Library)
4.5 stars
Wow. This was – wow! I liked Intrinsical, but Indelible was SO good! I could not put this book down.

After spending the summer in Brazil with her Vovó, Yara is finally back home and reunited with Brent, Cherie and Steve. They are all hoping for a quiet senior year, a chance to get their grades in order and spend some time together, but things at Pendrell never work out quite like that. There’s a secret society determined to take advantage of Yara and Brent’s powers, an angry ghost found
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Vinaya
Nov 30, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Cassandra Clare and her ilk
Recommended to Vinaya by: Lani Woodland
First off, in the interests of full disclosure...

I AM IN THIS BOOK!!!!

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Well, a fictionalized representation of me, anyway!

Secondly, I was one of the beta readers for Indelible, so my review may be biased because of a) Lani's overall awesomeness and b) my efforts on behalf of this book.

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A signed copy - I feel so speshul!


This is not so much a review as it is a mini-story. I can't in all honesty review this book with any amount of objectivity.

Indelible was awesome. Not perfect, but still awesome. It
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Colleen Houck
Indelible is even better than the first. It's fully of ghostly adventure and the discovery of new powers. I'm looking forward to the next book! There is so much to explore in this world and I have the feeling that I've only gotten a peek at what is to come.
Amber
Aug 14, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2011, ghost
Absolutely Amazing!! If you loved Intrinsical (The Yara Silva Trilogy,#1) you will LOVE Indelible (The Yara Silva Trilogy, #2). Ms. Woodland has hit a grand slam with Indelible. I will try to make this review as spoiler-free as possible. It will be difficult due to the fact that it was so good, I could just ramble on and on about it. So, here I go...

Yara has spent her summer with Vovo in Brazil. It takes practice to develope the skills and insticts needed to know how best to help a spirit cross
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Cindy
Mar 02, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
This book was awesome! I loved it! This second book is even better than the first if that is possible. I loved that this one started out with romance and it continued all the way through.It was nice to see that a relationship could be sustain nicely with all its ups and downs all the way through a story. Brent and Yara's love story is so sweet and they are so in love and perfect for each other. I think this is the first book I have read were it is constant through out. Most books build up to it, ...more
Angela Corbett
Jun 19, 2011 rated it it was amazing
I loved Intrinsical, but I LOVE Indelible! It seems that a lot of times, the second book in a trilogy doesn't hold interest as well as the first or the third. That's not the case with Indelible at all. I was captivated by the book from the first page. The mystery in this book kept me guessing until the very end, and that rarely happens to me. I also loved the romance in this book, and enjoyed seeing the relationship progress. This is a definite must read by a very talented author! I can't wait t ...more
Alexa
Apr 22, 2011 rated it it was amazing
I thought the story in Indelible was even better than the one in Instrinscial (and I loved that one). In this book, we learn that the world of those with supernatural abilities is much more complex and complicated than Yara Silva once believed. There's whole groups of people out there Yara had no idea about, and she is caught in the middle because she is a very talented and powerful Waker. And if that isn't enough, she soon finds out that what happened with her and her boyfriend Brent during the ...more
Natalie
Aug 10, 2011 rated it liked it
This review was originally posted on my blog, Mindful Musings.

In a Sentence: Indelible was an entertaining ghost story with plenty of action, but it didn't quite live up to its predecessor, Intrinsical.

My Thoughts

When I first read Intrinsical by Lani Woodland last year, I was pleasantly surprised. I didn't know what to expect because I hadn't heard a whole lot about the book, but I ended up really enjoying it. Naturally, when I was offered a chance to be on a blog tour for the sequel, Indeli
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Parvathy
Aug 16, 2011 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Ghosts and Paranormal Readers
Recommended to Parvathy by: goodreads
Let's be clear about one thing I wasn't a huge fan of Intrinsical but Indelible just blew me away. It's wasn't that I didn't enjoy Intrinsical but it didn't leave any lasting impression, though it was thrilling enough to make me want to read the next book. I am sure glad I did because otherwise I would have missed a very interesting and exciting read. Indelible had a number of things going for it. It follows a number of plots concurrently that you feel like there is never a dull mome ...more
Brandi ;)
Indelible by Lani Woodland

5 STARS - would be more if I could give them!

Seriously, where do I start? This book was ... words like fantastic, amazing, wonderful, awesome ... they all come to mind but they just don't do it enough justice. Put them all together and you get this book. I am in love with the way the author writes. She pulls you into the story, she makes you feel the characters and no matter how many times you think you've figured it out, you haven't. You can't. In order to figure it ou
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Jamie Manning
Jul 28, 2011 rated it it was amazing
My Review: (may include spoilers for those who haven't read Intrinsical)

Once again, Lani Woodland has not only drawn us in with a stunning book cover (I mean, look at it), but she has also created a story that is filled with romance and humor and mystery. Indelible is the second book in Ms. Woodland's wonderful Yara Silva Trilogy. It further tells of Yara and Brent and their growing love amidst the chaos of Yara's Waker abilities (she can see ghosts).

Yara is such a great character. In Intrinsica
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Jessica (The Psychotic Nerd)
This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd

MY THOUGHTS
I liked this book, although I think I like the themes in the first book a little better. This one has a lot more of what I expect from a ghosty YA book, but it did add a little more to it.

Yara is back at school after spending a summer in Brazil learning more about her Waker abilities. After she attends a school event full of alumni, she ends up coming home with a seriously pissed off ghost. The ghost thinks that Yara stole
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Deborah
Oct 05, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Indelible by Lani Woodland is the much anticipated second book in the Yara Silva Trilogy. It isa Y/A paranomal romance, with plenty of ghostly action. Yara and Brent are back again at Pendrell Academy with their friends for their senior year. Things are going to go different this year, with the the capture of Thomas the villainous ghost, and the Curse broken they have nothing to fear. But that is when all the fun begins. When Yara discovers things about herself she never understood or knew she ...more
Melonie Piper
May 19, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Can I give a book six stars?

Intrinsical was an incredible debut, full of chills, thrills, and a sweet romance. It could have been a stand alone book, but thankfully, it isn't. Lani has built upon the foundation she created in Intrinsical and taken the world of Yara and the Wakers to an all new level. Indelible avoids the "boy loses girl" formula so common in second books. As a result, the reader gets to enjoy Brent and Yara's relationship and watch it grow. The relationship is very real: they fi
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Lucy
Jan 06, 2011 rated it really liked it
In Indelible, the sequel to last year’s Intrinsical, Yara Silva, a Waker who can communicate with ghosts, faces more challenges and excitement in her new school year at Pendrell Academy. After spending the summer in Brazil with her grandmother and mentor Vovo, fine-tuning her Waker abilities, she’s ready for action. However, she would like some time to spend getting reacquainted with boyfriend Brent, and best friend Cherie before getting pulled into another mystery. Unfortunately, Yara starts he ...more
Wanda
Jul 14, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: own
If I say that I loved this book better than the first, that's saying a lot. Because I love her first book. I heard so much about her book and Lani was wonderful enough to send me a copy of her book. So when I was given the chance to read an ARC of her sequel I jumped onto the chance. And I was drawn in immediately. Lani wasted no time to bring on the action. By page 25, she had me gripping my reader and holding my breath. Her scenes are so descriptive it's almost impossible not to visualize, the ...more
Linda
Previously published on my blog: http://fictionfervor.wordpress.com/20...

I’d always had some conflicting emotions with Intrinsical (Indelible‘s prequel). For me, it had always felt too much like the clichéd paranormal romance that publishers kept on generating these years — though it was a bit unexpected in some areas, I admit.

Well, Indelible blew me away.

Yara is getting used to her life as a Waker. After a summer in Brazil learning how to control her abilities with her vóvo, she’s back at Pendr
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Jennifer K Jovus
Sep 26, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Indelible starts off with a new school year for Yara. She has been away from her friends for the summer in Brazil training with Vovo on how to be a good Waker and to control her Waker abilities. She and her friends are excited to reunite and resume a normal school year. Or so they thought....

Yara's abilities haunt her wherever she goes. She is learning to cope with the realization that she will see and deal with ghost in every aspect of her life. She also has unique abilities that are enhancing
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Page (One Book At A Time)
Mar 23, 2011 rated it really liked it
Shelves: read-in-2011
I love it when I enjoy a sequel more than the first! And that's saying a lot because I really liked Intrinsical. The cast of characters remains true to themselves and the storyline is fantastic.

I didn't think it was possible to like Yara any more than I already did. But, she's just a great all around character. She's still struggling with what she is. I think because her abilities appeared so suddenly, she really trying to escape what she was born to do. She tries to take the easy way out someti
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Trisha Wolfe
Mar 19, 2011 rated it it was amazing
This story picks up with Yara returning from spending some time away with her grandmother, Vovo, who I also love. She’s always there for Yara, and she guides her in understanding more about her calling as a Waker. Brent and Yara barely get the reunion they deserve before they’re thrust into another adventure, the action starting a thrill ride that doesn’t let up through the whole book. A nasty ghost, one that can actually hurt Yara, Sophia, has it in for them. And she’s part of the curse that su ...more
Michelle
Mar 24, 2011 rated it really liked it
The Original Review - Here!


A few words to describe Indelible would be GREAT character developing and beautiful plotline. Indelible narrates the story of Yara coming in terms with her supernatural gift, her growing relationship with Brent and ancient curse that haunted Pendrell Academy. There’s a formula for sequels in YA literature but apparently Mrs. Woodland forgot that and this is the biggest compliment I can give to her. She took a risk and created her own sequel with fascinating turns in
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Memory
Feb 21, 2011 rated it really liked it
Shelves: march-2012
it has been so long since I've read a book! for fun at least. being in school and having to read textbooks all the time takes the desire to read other things away. I'm glad this was my first book to read though! I love seeing my friends personality shine through her writing. I love the story of Brent and Yara and I can't wait to read the next book!!
Suneha
Aug 19, 2012 rated it really liked it
I forgot how good this book was after the first time I read it. Adore Yara and Brent <3 ...more
Sana Zameer
I read the first book of The Yara Silva Trilogy - Intrinsical last year and was surprised at how good it was. I loved the way Lani Woodland executed the plot. Indelible, In my opinion, was not well executed. The air of mystery and danger, that I enjoyed in Intrinsical, was missing. It as more focused on Brent and Yara's relatioship. We get to meet Vovo, Yara's grandmother. She is a very powerful Waker and Yara has a lot to learn from her. Brent is still struggling with the events in the last boo ...more
Sabrina
Sep 29, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: series-abandoned
I'm absolutely in love with this series. It's nice to see a levelheaded heroine who has the common sense to think her decisions through and to make hard choices. I think Yara is a good role model for YA readers: no boy-crazed-fashion-victim-gossipy-airheads here.
If I had a teenage kid, I would surely buy him/her this book as a birthday present (hint hint).

Second books are often tricky: if the romance has already been “solved” in the first one, how do you re-create some tension? If all the myster
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Ferdy
Jul 15, 2012 rated it it was ok
Spoilers

After spending the summer in Brazil with her grandmother, learning about her Waker abilities, Yara is glad to be back at Pendrell Academy with her friends and boyfriend, Brent. Unfortunately, Yara's first day back doesn't go as smoothly as she hoped when she's attacked by a powerful and vengeful ghost. Yara and her friends must find out why the ghost is so angry before any of them come to serious harm.

-Yara was an ok heroine - she was a bit dull and annoying at times but she wasn't as ba
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Once
Mar 18, 2011 rated it it was amazing
* This review will be spoiler free from Indelible but may include spoilers for those who have not read Intrinsical yet. You have been warned. *

Oh Lani you know how to win my heart over with your books. You always begin reading sequels worried that they won't live up to the first book in the trilogy. Then the second book begins and what a take-off. You completely forget about the quality of the first and begin judging the greatness of the second on its own level. Lani tells a story how I like, th
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Angel Charms
Feb 07, 2011 rated it really liked it
I liked this book, but loved Intrinsical much more. It made a wonderful sequel though. Lani did an amazing job with other characters apart from MCs....like cherie (Yara's BFF), Steve (Cherie's Boyfriend), DJ (new intro), Vovo (Yara's Gramma). I loved every one of these characters just as much as I loved Yara and Brent. They all played important roles in their own way. The story wouldn't be the same without them.

What I didn't like was Brent being absent in most of the book, that's what was missin
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Gmr
Oct 18, 2011 rated it really liked it
Yara has more mysteries to deal with this time around of both the ghostly AND the earthly varieties. Number one ghost contender…Sophie Pendrell; this is one family that just won’t quit! Sophie has some unfinished business to attend to thanks to her husband as well as her own sense of duty to a promise made long ago, but will she let Yara help her? Eh, no. It seems she blames her for the mess that exists currently in conjunction with that promise and while it’s true, it is SOMEWHAT her fault…shou ...more
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