Friday, February 8, 2013

Dark Souls Review

Dark Souls
By Paula Morris

For six months Miranda Tennat has been able to see ghost. Six months ago Miranda's best friend Jenna died. Now she is going on her family vacation to York, England for her mothers concert. In the week before the fast approaching concert Miranda meets the mysterious Nick. But as the week progresses and Miranda finds out more about her gift she can't help but asking herself, "Is Nick who he says he is? Or someone with a darker past?"

Other books by Paula Morris-
Forbidden Cities
Trendy but Casual
Hibiscus Coast
Queen of Beauty

My opinion-
This book is fascinating. I love how Paula Morris takes us to a world that most of us here in the good U.S. of A don't get to go to. She describes the setting like no one else (a.k.a. it is very vivid.)
All of my expectations we kept for this book, I had read one of her other novels (Ruined) before reading this one, so my expectations were high.

I would give this book a 4 out of 5 stars. It is well written with few mistakes, but there are not any books without mistakes because no book is perfect. As much as we wish they all were. 

Hope to have you reading again soon,