Born at Midnight
To find the right words for such a remarkable and profound book aren't easy to do. I didn't know quite what this one was about going into it, but fell head over heels. It's hard for me to find a paranormal book that I can easily fall in love with, but this one sucks you in and holds tight the whole way through. It's a keeper!
Kylie has never been a problem child. Never a nuisance. But late one night while at a party, getting busted for something she's definitely not known for, her counselor has recommended to her mother that she be sent to a camp for troubled teens. Kylie knows she doesn't belong there, but her father sure isn't going to help her and once she steps foot on that bus, Kylie feels doomed.
These are kids that are nothing like her. These kids are dressed in black, with the piercings, and whatnot. These are the types of kids that deserve to be going to this camp-NOT KYLIE!
Once there, at the meeting, she notices that everyone seems to be staring at her. She wonders if they can see the army guy that's been hanging around her that everyone seems to ignore. They tell her that she's different. Everyone there is special. Kylie has always felt different, but not like these kids. Nothing like them at all. Shadow Falls is a special place, to teach you things that nobody else can.
These teens aren't troubled at all. Shadow Falls is a place to teach you about the magic inside.
But someone is trying to ruin it all.
5/5 Stars. 398 Pages. Published by St. Martins Griffin. Purchased at Amazon.