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Spirit Binder by Meghan Ciana Doidge
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Jul 14, 2012

really liked it

Imagine waking up 10 years in the future, not knowing what happened to you, why it happened, or who you can trust in your new life. Your mother is distant, you have few friends, and you find that you have some strange powers that scare many people, including yourself. All recollections of the past are gone, and you’re starting over. Just imagine.

Theo isn’t only imagining this; she’s living it. As scary as it is, Theo is a strong female lead character, attempting to find herself and understand the truth about her family—prophecy included. As she begins to get her memories back, and learns from her friends and “lovers” what she’s capable of, Theo becomes a self-assertive young woman set on doing what’s right and protecting those she loves, regardless of the costs.

This is a fairly fast-paced novel, moving very quickly and endearing the characters to the reader’s heart as it unfolds. I truly enjoyed all the characters, even Theo’s mother (after a while), and found the entire premise of this novel to be quite unique and very interesting. Though a cliffhanger is in tow, I didn’t feel like it left me hanging in such a way that I was dissatisfied, and I believe that lovers of science fiction and fantasy will really enjoy this novel.

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