Soul Screamers #6
Release Date: July 6, 2012 (UK)
Publisher: Mira ink
Rating: All Time Favourite
If you’ve been reading my posts and tweets for a while, you’re probably aware by now that this is one of my favourite series of all time. That hasn’t changed in the year between releases, and I am so happy about that. Before I Wake was just as amazing as its predecessor, which I think was the best book in the series to date.
I’m going to keep this review short(ish) and sweet, because I tend to repeat myself in my reviews for this series and I don’t need to keep doing that.
Firstly, OH MY GOSH THIS BOOK. EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP. I did NOT expect any of this awesome stuff to happen, and I didn’t expect Rachel Vincent to bring me to tears in yet another book. I don’t know why I wasn’t expecting these things, because after reading all of Rachel’s releases to date, I should really have learnt by now.
Kaylee is just as amazing as always. *cheers* She struggles to come to terms with her afterlife, and this takes up a good portion of the book. It made me feel so sad for her, but I also admired her because she kept getting back up when she was knocked down. Of course, her family and friends and her boyfriend helped, but it was mostly down to Kaylee and her badassery.
What else? Oh yes, KAYLEE AND TOD!!! <333 Love them. They have so many great scenes in Before I Wake, and I’m not tired of these two at all. Sometimes I find when characters get together in the middle of a series they are put through trials that are meant to break them up again and I get bored with all the backwards and forwards. However, KAYLEE AND TOD <333333
And finally, I am DYING to read the next book. I know, I say this in every review, but I really am. I don’t think I can wait another year. Has anyone invented time travel yet? *sobs*
So. There’s my gushy, rather embarrassing ‘review’ on the sixth Soul Screamers book. I can’t believe there’s only one left. Someone hand me a tissue.