At Manchester Central Library she's caught up in sudden violence. In the chaos she's given an old book that's been hidden there. Given it and told to run. Hide the book or destroy it. The book contains all the secrets of the undains' existence. They and their human servants want to find it as much as they want to find her.
Cait learns the fates of two worlds are at stake. Just what she needs. Along with definitely-not-a-boyfriend Danny, she has to decide what the hell to do. Run, fight or hope it all goes away.
It's only then she learns who she really is, along with the terrible truth of what the undain have been doing in our world all this time...
Review by J. Hooligan
It starts out as if it was a contemporary young adult story, with a teenage girl having issues with her friends and family, but it quickly revealed that it was something different.
The story picked up pretty quickly at the beginning, but was slower until about the middle - which gave you time to understand the other world and connect with the characters. I really enjoy when a story allows me time to get adjusted to it before it springs the climax on me. Still, there were a few times were I felt it dragged on a little too much.
There are also some minor typos - mostly with punctuation, which I'm assuming it is due to a formatting issue. Still, they stick out and can be a bit annoying.
That being said, this is an interesting read for anyone who likes young adult fantasy.
Simon was born on the misty Isle of Man but now lives deep in the English countryside with his wife and two daughters.
He writes science fiction and fantasy as well as some stories that can’t make their minds up.
Find out more on his website at simonkewin.co.uk.
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