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Plus de 11 Autre ebooks Soul Screamers en stock neuf ou d'occasion. it ** The final collection of New York Times bestselling author Rachel Vincent's Soul Screamers series is packed with . After all, Kaylee's no ordinary high-school junior. With All My Soul book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. What does it mean when your school is voted the most dangerous in. Achetez et téléchargez ebook My Soul to Take (Soul Screamers, Book 1) Rachel Vincent (Auteur) .. I loved these characters from the very beginning; Kaylee, Emma and Nash are all very real and I wanted to know more about them.

Although this series is set in a fantasy world it explores many adult-realistic themes such as rape, sexism, and self-development. The main character Faythe Sanders is a strong independent woman who struggles to find a balance between being loyal to herself and her own beliefs, while working towards building a safer-better future for her pride.

She is a unique character that is not afraid to risk her image and life for what she believes in, although not always achieving a favorable outcome. It is a unique story in which although she is a werecat with a strong personality and convictions, she is still physically weaker than her male-werecats, and not always making 'smart' choices.

This makes for a some-what realistic story line as her character is more realistic in the fact that she does often make mistakes and has to deal with being physically weaker than her other pride members. This does not stop her from overcoming adversity and demonstrating that there is a lot more she and women can offer than reproduction of the race, but she can lead her pride into a brighter future.

That strength is more than being physically strong. Stray[ edit ] Stray is the first book of the Shifter Series, in which Faythe Sanders, the main character, is introduced. She is a werecat desperately trying to escape her world and live free as any normal 'human' girl her age would. Her responsibilities as a werecat include marriage and childbearing, none of which she is ready for. While away at Graduate school, Faythe is visited by her ex-fiance, Marc Ramos, who is there to inform her that there have been two tabby kidnappings.

Tabbies, or female werecats are rare and therefore valuable to the werecat community. One small mistake causes Faythe to get kidnapped herself. I was struggling to form coherent thoughts after I read the final installment of what I consider my all-time favorite YA series.

So for me this wrapped up is a bittersweet moment. I was excited and at the same time scared on how the author will pull this one off. She had managed to topple my expectations over and over again. So my instinct is actually telling me something. I have never given the books from this series less than perfect rating. My dissatisfaction is not associated on how the story ends.

Or the events in this book. It was my feelings afterwards. I feel a blend of regret and pity. Regret to a character I originally adored. And pity to the couple that I loved. Let me divided this review into two parts, namely: I actually loved them as a couple. I loved Nash. I was his fan. I AM his fan. Until now regardless how his older brother clawed a huge chunk of my heart, a part of me is still loyal to him. In retrospect, I was being unfair to him.

I feel remorse on those times when I was reveling Tod, while he was there struggling.

But I think it helped him mature. That experience he had bad as it was helped him grow. And oh boy, did he grow. What if they end up together? Will Nash be Nash today? Will Kaylee still be Kaylee? I have so many questions. So what if? I have three favorite moments in this book and two of them involved Nash.

I know, my hidden affection for Nash came back with a vengeance. One was when Kaylee called everybody and every one of them was busy. Kaylee called him and asked for his help. You know Kaylee has a tendency to hog all the responsibility, so Nash was surprised that finally she needed his help.

His voice showed surprised and delight then she asked to ask Emma too, and the moment was ruined. Nash had taken the sidelines, and was treated as a liability which is once again it was unfair to him. My second favorite was when Nash was apologizing to Tod.

Sorry Sabine, hunt me in my sleep but I do not approve of your relationship. Nash deserves someone…better. Not after all these Nash feelings inside rushing back like a tidal wave. Ugh, darn it. Darn it all! I loved this couple.

Still do. Despite my surprising disclosure just earlier the books proved how perfectly they are to each other. How dedicated they are. The title of this book is a confession from Tod. We also find the depth of their relationship. How true and powerful beyond border of their love for each other. That their minds, hearts, bodies and especially their souls intertwined—connected to each other. But I held some pity with their relationship.

With their lives specifically. When their friends and families have moved on. When everyone has moved on. All they have is each other. Romantic but sad. They are forever young, stuck in routinely human less world. The only consolation is that they have each other. Good thing they have each other. Physically, emotionally, mentally.

Both to her and to the people she loves. And oh and another thing, I think the Hellion of Wrath was confusingly…cool. Still evil and selfish though. But it did feel like end of an era. Before I was asking for a spin-off but you know what, I take it back. I want this chapter of their lives permanently closed. I think everything was settled and smoothen. I think it is appropriate to put a period to the last sentence. Pre-reading comment: I call for a spin-off.

View all 9 comments. Oct 21, Jennifer rated it it was amazing. Great ending but I am still so sad it is over! I still need more Tod!

After many weeks of re-reading all my favorite parts from the last few books in the series I finally can put a few thoughts down. What I love about the series is that each book definitely got better and better. The stakes got higher, the death toll went up, the romance heated, it was a perfect series that I never wanted to end because it never went downhill.

I was never a fan of Nash but looking back again after the series ended Great ending but I am still so sad it is over! I was never a fan of Nash but looking back again after the series ended I feel kind of bad for Nash again. I was kind of blind to his pain because I've had only Kaylee and Tod in my eyes as end game.

But I feel bad for his bad breaks and think he is a good guy deep down. I still hate Sabine. I don't think I could ever fully like her but along with Kaylee I began to accept her and get used to her. I did find her honestly hilarious but there is good honest and using it to hurt people which she did.

I still don't really like her for Nash but I'm glad he is happy. Tod has always been epic for me. I just love his humor and all his lines.

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In this book the swoonworthyness really spiked. But looking back I actually highlighted the most quotes in Before I Wake. I gave up reviewing that because I had 42 pages of highlighted quotes on my site and I just couldn't get through all my love for that book without it becoming so long so I gave up half way through writing. LOL I still need to go back and fix that. But anyway this is my rambling review still so bare with me, the point is I love Tod. Love his looks, humor, the way he appreciates random Wednesdays just because e has ice cream and Kaylee and what more could he want.

Kaylee is sweet but sometimes her self sacrifice became too much for me. I have to respect that but like Tod I would be throwing glass and demanding she stop. The ending was brilliant.

The way the plan came together.

It was a great way to make everything work out. It stayed true to the series. And most importantly was happy! Spoiler thoughts on the ending.

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If I had to witness Levi tell Tod that he took her soul I would have lost it! I can just see Tod moping and balling in his tiny room for four years and it breaks my heart. But seeing Tod go rescue Kaylee four years later was so touching!

Them reuniting and now having eternity together was beautiful. Dancing in their prom wear and picking up to create new memories. I'm sure Kaylee will continue to work and save people and that maybe Tod and her could pass for 18 and still get their own house and life one day.

I'd like to think Tod could get some fake papers and they could move around and still live in the real world. Will be weird when Emma is old and her best friend is a almost seventeen year old Kaylee but I think it can work out.

For awhile I wondered if there would be some magic ending that made Kaylee and Tod human again but I like the way it ended. It was still happy and having eternity is great for them. It stayed true to the series that some things can't be undone. I still miss Alec! Loved him! He likes to play hero, and one look at him should establish the vanity angle. But I was. Nash turned on him. They're fine. I went up on my toes to kiss him, and he groaned. Compared to you, they're all nameless.

Thing One and Thing Two. And Thing Three. How can I help? How will I go on without anything new from Tod!!!!!!!!! I'm so excited and so sad!!!!!!!!!! View all 6 comments. Apr 02, Jennifer Armentrout rated it it was amazing.

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Absolutely perfect. View all 5 comments. Mar 02, Nicole rated it it was amazing Shelves: I have never wished for a button that gave more than 5 stars as much as I have today. I am utterly speechless! Every time Rachel Vincent writes a book I always wonder if it could possibly be as good if not better than her last one because the bar she has set is so high! Well, as I have read this series I have learned that I should never doubt her storytelling skills.

I don't know how she does it, but each book written by this wonderful author completely surpasses the last one! WAMS was the epitome perfection. I could not have asked for a better ending to a series. Everything was resolved in that we no longer have any questions left open and this was accomplished without anything being rushed. I know of a lot of series ending books that I have read that always seemed rushed to me because they tie up all of the loose string extremely fast at the end.

I am so happy to say that that is not the case for WAMS. Everything was paced at a reasonable speed and it all made sense. The plot was executed flawlessly. And that brings me to the plot!!!!

I know I called Rachel Vincent both an evil genius and pure genius in my Before I Wake review, but that plot has nothing on this one!!!! My mind is completely blown away! After all of the heart ache I have endured from this series I just couldn't accept the fate that Kaylee was planning on following. And that moment with Tod? Bring out the tissue box because that will have your eyes bawling! He is too damn sweet. I don't even know how he can exist even as a character in a book.

He just can't possibly be real. Oh this is such a bittersweet review because I can't believe my journey with Kaylee is finally over! I want to be looking forward to the next book, but I'm so bummed but I'm happy that I was able to enjoy every second of this journey while it lasted.

Kaylee has grown into this amazing character and she's probably one of the characters that I admire the most that I have ever read about.

She is so strong and brave and good. Now I know technically that's the author's brain but WOW! Remember how I said the plot blew my mind? Yeah, that's because Kaylee is brilliant. I wish I could tell you all what I'm talking about, but then that would completely ruin the story. Like seriously. If any of you read endings before the actual book, DON'T! First of all, Why would you? Never understood that but to each their own I guess.

But I promise you that you don't want to spoil this ending. It is a beautiful masterpiece that should be saved for the end. That's why it's at the end, right? Everything about it is perfect and no amount of words I type would ever suffice. If you have never read a book in this series let alone by this author, you should get on that when you have the chance. I promise you won't regret it ; Spoilers Note: That's usually how my reviews go with books that piss me off loads.

Because of Kaylee - she was insufferable. Kaylee bugged me the most though — it's not that she was whiny or vile… It was the fact that she was such an unbelievably unrealistic character. At first, I wasn't sure what my problem was with her but then I finally figured it out — she didn't feel real, she didn't speak to me at any level, there was something false about her entire personality.

She was such a Mary Sue, and she was so vanilla but worst of all she was a huge martyr… I've never met anyone who's ever had Kaylee's over the top self-sacrificing, do-goody personality. I hated how apologetic she was, and how she blamed herself for every little thing. I could understand her feeling somewhat responsible for all the shit that was going down, but she went overboard — she seemed to think it was up to her to protect not only her friends but also her dad, uncle and other various adults.

It was dumb — she was a teenager, she shouldn't have felt that level of responsibility towards her elders. I especially hated how 1. She always puts herself in danger for everyone else and 2. How everyone else let her. There's only so much self sacrifice I can take. She even felt guilty when other people were suffering, and she wasn't.

Who the fuck feels like that? I was disappointed with his reaction to Kaylee's supposed death. He thought she was dead for four years but I didn't really feel that he'd suffered all that much at her death.

He seemed to have been living a nice life without her — he had Nash, his mum and Emma. All that joking around with Emma made me think that something happened between them — if not anything physical then they must have had at least had a few romantically charged moments.

There was definitely something flirty between them. He was a spoilt whiny brat that had everything yet still moaned and felt sorry for himself. I can't believe that he ended up with Sabine. It was ridiculous when he said that he'd never stopped loving Sabine. He used her like a blow up doll and then fell in love with someone else… Yet somehow I'm meant to believe he loved Sabine all along. And if that was indeed the case then how dare he get all high and mighty about Kaylee having feelings for someone else, when all along he was in love with Sabine!!

She was a truly awful female character — her desperation and pathetic-ness when it came to all things Nash wasn't the slightest bit romantic. It was sickening. I hated that she had no self-respect or self-worth. The only thing she wanted was Nash - she had no life outside of him.

Why did she even want him so desperately? He treated her like shit, and he had a vile personality. She didn't seemed to have been missed at all. Everyone more than got on with their lives after her death. I actually felt sorry for her, which I didn't think was possible. Maybe, it was because there was very little page time to find out about everyone's feelings… But honestly they all seemed to be healthy and happy without her. Even her dad seemed like he was living the good life, which was odd.

He suffered loads when Kaylee's mum died, so much so that he abandoned Kaylee for thirteen years. Yet when Kaylee died he was not only able to manage with her loss, but he was cool with looking after Emma. Why could he stay to look after Emma when he was grieving but wasn't able to stay for Kaylee when she needed him?

Why did he feel more responsibility and care for Emma then he ever did with Kaylee? It's not like his brother couldn't have looked after Emma.

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Honestly, I've never felt that Kaylee's dad cared about her — he's only ever treated her like crap. There was only a few pages that covered Kaylee's time in the Netherworld and her reunion with her friends and family — those were HUGE things that happened to Kaylee yet no time at all was spent on those major things. I hated that four years had passed in a couple of pages, yet less than a year passed in the entire seven book series bar the last few pages. It just made the conclusion seem underwhelming and rushed.

Only Tod seemed as if he was somewhat affected by her death… I know nothing was meant to have happened between Tod and Emma when Kaylee was away but for some reason I still got the feeling that they got a little too friendly — they've always seemed to have some sexual tension between them. He was the main enemy for the entire series but he wasn't defeated enough for my liking.

Oh and the inclusion of new character, Ira, irritated me — he was instrumental in the resolution between Kaylee and Avari yet he'd never been mentioned before in earlier books. It was beyond contrived that Kaylee happened to meet a more powerful demon in the last book who just so happened to be willing to help Kaylee and who just so happened to hate Avari and who just so happened to have the exact powers needed to 'defeat' Avari.

All very disappointing. Ira felt like a deus ex machina, the whole resolution was very lazily done. Maybe if Ira had been introduced earlier on in the series, it wouldn't have been so bad. Kaylee went through years of hell yet she was still able to come out of it healthy in mind and body. There was no stress, depression or unhappiness… she just bounced right back. I know the story had to be wrapped up to be all happy-happy but then why have the main character tortured for 4 years at the very end?

It was bizarre to believe that after all she suffered she was back to normal straight away even if it was by magical means , and was left with no long term emotional damage. She was literally a-okay minutes after her years of torture stopped. It was ridiculous, and it pissed me off. I hate it when torture and abuse are magically brushed under the carpet for the sake of plot or an HEA - things like that should be handled with some sort of care.

Wasn't her soul still lost or stolen or whatever? Why did everyone forget about her? He should have been killed. It's obvious he won't be able to help his rapey ways and even if he tries, loads of girls will still be unwillingly attracted to him. He really needed to die. All in all, I hated it. I liked the series at first but there were too many things that let it down - Kaylee's martyr act, Nash's descent into douchery and WTFery, Avari's ending and a load of other stuff.

I doubt I'll be reading any new books Vincent writes — unless it comes recommended from trusted GR friends. View all 35 comments. Aug 06, Meri rated it really liked it.

View 1 comment. Mar 27, Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies rated it it was amazing Shelves: Even while my review and status updates might convince you otherwise, let me be clear about something right from the start.

I am Team Nash. All the way. I know he messed up pretty badly in book 3 and, well, also in book 4, IMO, but nevertheless, I love that guy. Now there are people who think Kaylee should end up with Tod in the end - I will come back to that again later on - but I strongly disagree. And do you know what I think whenever I see people mentioning how they want Kay and Nash to break up? Does that make you understand how far gone I am? But admitting your problem is the first step on the road to recovery, right?

So, why am I this obsessed? For one thing, I like the whole banshee concept. I mean, what good is a banshee? Or can do anything about it, for that matter. Because whenever they interfere, somebody else has to die instead. They are utterly useless. Nevertheless, the banshees, the reaper, the Netherworld, the whole borrowed time thing Now about this particular installment of the Soul Screamers series On the one hand, I should give it 5 stars for making me scream, for making me cry and for basically driving me insane but on the other hand, I should only give it 1 star because of the exact same reasons.

That was just a bit too much drama for me. No wait, drama is not the right word. This was torture.Nash deserves someone…better. She can go drown somewhere for all I care. Characters I've loved to hate in previous books managed to make me fall in love with them and some of the events in this book broke my heart. She's definitely become a favorite character! Forever Frost.