11 Jan In this spooky mystery, Rayne Peters and her family live in a tiny apartment in East London, part of a decayed urban development where. Rayne can’t wait to start her summer job at Morton’s Keep estate, but does its dark past, portend her dark future?. 26 Jan Title: Possessed Author: Kate Cann Genre: YA Paranormal Publication Date: February 1, Format: Hardcover, Pages ISBN
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And how can she keep herself safe from it? It’s got a traditional mystery element mixed in because the main characters are just normal people trying to figure weird stuff out ok, so Rayne podsessed a connection to the Green Lady, but she’s not, like, an angel or a I was so psyched to hear that there was a sequel to Possessed!
Major and Minor Characters – Possessed by Kate Cann
The space, the silence, seeing the stars at night in the pitch black, the owls, the trees, the walks, the great food in the local pubs – everything! It was a good book but I don’t understand why the book is called “Possessed ” when no one in the book is possessed or get possessed. Refresh and try again.
She hates, uh, you know, urban life, so she gets a job in the country at the creepiest, most haunted house ever. Preview — Consumed by Kate Cann. Sep 04, TheBookSmugglers rated it liked it. If all the “nice” girls are insecure and all the “mean” girls are conceited, it’s hard not to read that as a message that, in order to be liked — and loved — you need to deny your own attractiveness.
Rayne has to decide who to trust as the danger mounts. Kate Cann certainly knows how to incite feelings of paranoia The story was not what I was expecting. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. But will she take that step?
I was solely interested in the good vs. But as we find out in Consumedburning an old, evil dungeon where torture was carried out and breaking the spirit of St.
These two books have just been ppssessed wonderful new covers and the names have been tweaked: To view it, click here. Thrilling, real, eerie, attraction, belief. And then something happens – something so shocking Rayne knows she was right to be afraid Rayne doesn’t know who to trust — even the ghosts of Morton’s Keep seem to be warning her.
Rayne is a vividly developed character and her struggles to define herself are deftly drawn. Rayne is just a normal teen girl with family and boyfriend problems. When my two kids came along, I set up as a freelance copy-editor and worked from home.
Rayne can feel its oppressive presence slinking ever closer to her and the ones she loves. I love England and everything about it and I just wanted to live in these books.
Consumed (Rayne, #2) by Kate Cann
I guess I didn’t learn the first time around. Oh, and it was all British-y, and that’s kind of neat, right? For all book lovers or fans of Possessing RayneI would definitely recommend this book to you.
She is not ready for another relationship right away which I love seriously, who would be after St. She finds a job as a waitress at Morton’s Keep, an old mansion a few towns over.
Jul 06, Erin rated it it was ok Shelves: I used my later diaries for the Diving In trilogy. Not quite as much as the first possesse, but enough that I didn’t give up on it halfway through. I have to say that I loved this book They act like they are better than everyone else but they let Rayne into their group and they seem nice enough and welcoming at first.
But after arriving at Morton’s Keep, Cahn begins to pick up on strange vibes around the grounds, hears frightening stories of the manor’s pa For Rayne, life in her London apartment is getting stifling.
There’s katee difference for me, maybe I’m thinking in marketing terms. Cann has deliciously upped the ante in many ways.
The house she is supposed to be working at and living in is legended to be haunted. The thing I didn’t like was that throughout at least half of the book it felt like nothing was happening.
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Anyway I would definitely reread the series like I said in my review for ‘Possessed’ and it was just too g ‘Consumed’ was full of thrills and chills for me. It is slightly predictable however still remains to keep some questions unanswered. As she begins to grow closer to St. He’s still the person I most want kxte spend time with. Rayne lives in a tiny apartment in London slum with her mother and baby brother. And the “secret” of the house wasn’t such a secret since all Rayne needed to do was ask the owner about it.