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The Silver Kiss by Annette Curtis Klause
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Jan 07, 2010

really liked it

The Silver Kiss usually turns most people off by its title, but it was quite an amazing book. At first, it may seem as if the writing isn't so great, but keep on with it, you'll find yourself wanting to read it all the time.
Zoe is going through a major chrisis in her life. Her mother is dying. Zoe can only watch in helplessness as she is eaten away by cancer, and leaves a withered, pale shell of what her mother once was. The problem is, father won't even let Zoe see her mother. She's afraid that she'll be waiting around at home someday and the phone will ring, letting her know her mother has died, and she wasn't even there for it.
But one night, while her father and mother are at the hospital, Zoe goes out in the cover of night and sits on a park bench. Nothing more, she is simply lonely and the playground seems to echo with the friendly whispers of children passed. What she doesn't expect, is when a boy with silver hair bursts through the gazebo and stops dead in his tracks. He is not only unbearably beautiful, but mysterious as well. Who is this odd guy and why is he drawing her into his spell at a mere glance?

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