But will love get in the way. It's a difficult time for fifteen-year-old Savannah Grey - she's settled into her latest. Then other strange things begin to happen. Birds behave erratically; gusts of.
And Savannah discovers she has supernatural powers. Only new boy Reece Gandolfo thinks Savannah's powers are a special gift.
No wonder she's attracted to him. But there's another force that wants to lure.
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Savannah from safety into danger If I were to condense Savannah Grey into one central idea it would be: To kill a monster, do you have to become one? Nothing wrong with those things, but it seems to me that when you're up against real monsters with big claws you probably need sizeable claws of your own to compete. Either that, or you'd better have a more lethal and subtle surprise up your sleeve. In this novel the teenagers confront true monsters which are - like all respectable monsters should be - exceptionally hard to kill.
Three monsters, in fact: one a child, another so powerful that the whole of nature is pitted against it, and a final creature that Bailey said. That stage now has an even brighter spotlight shining on it: Just two months after opening, the Grey was nominated for a James Beard Best New Restaurant Award.
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Email Address. The tale struggles with audience: While the theme and the action sequences seem to suggest that the work is written for teens, the tone, dialogue and descriptive passages lack edge and read as if they were written for middle graders.
The supernatural theme could pique the interests of reluctant readers, but they really deserve more than this work could ever offer. Do you work in the book industry?
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