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My Soul to Save
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January 1, 2011
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Literary Ames {Against GR Censorship}
Let's start positive. I loved the Netherworld with it's distorted space and time in relation to the human world it's tethered to. The scary things like the literal "blades of grass" and the fiends were inventive. The evil soul-stealing Dekker Media reminded me of Disney with the insane amount of control they have over their stars. Seeing more of Tod and his life before his death was a real bonus, his character really interested me in the first book.

I disliked Kaylee's goody-goody act. Over and
Jan 13, 2010 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2010, ya, reaper
Kaylee is back and settling into her new reality that includes her being a bean sidhes. She is splitting her life with new boyfriend and fellow bean sidhes Nash, trying to be a normal high school girl, living with her father who has been absent for the last 13 years and taking bean sidhes lessons from Nash's mom to learn to use her powers, quite a lot for any normal 16 year old girl.

At a concert of a former girlfriend of Tod's, Kaylee learns more about the world that is opening up to her and how
Christy (TheReaderBee)
My Soul to Save is the second book in the Soul Screamers series. Kaylee Cavanaugh is a Bean Sidhe (Banshee). When some dies, she screams. But this time, when pop star Eden dies on stage during a concert, she has no urge to scream at all. That's because Eden has no soul.

I didn't enjoy My Soul to Save as much as I did the My Soul to Take, but I still really enjoyed it. The series is really like no other book I've read so far, and that's really refreshing. The characters are well thought out, and I
Martina the Book Fairy
Sadly, I didn't like this one as much as the prequel & first in the series. The concept of bean sidhes (banshees)is still fabulous, but the "mission" in this particular book was just too contrived to be believable. There just didn't seem to be a good reason why our protagonists were risking themselves this time around - especially since said protagonists are quasi-regular teenagers. But, I'm not giving up on the series and am still looking forward to the next one.
Carrie (Care)
Sep 01, 2009 rated it liked it
3.5 stars

I liked this one, but I enjoyed the first one much more.
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Shelves: young-adult, 4-stars
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Shelves: 2010-read
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