Desires of the Dead - Kimberly Derting Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755378962 /
Newest Review: ... it is too late? What I thought I think I was one of the few people who wasn't totally in love with The Body Finder and Jay ... more
Price Comparison for Desires of the Dead - Kimberly Derting
Customer Desires of the Dead - Kimberly Derting Reviews (1)
by - written on 17/03/11 (Very useful, 67 readings)
Desires of the Dead is the second book in a series by Kimberly Derting. It was released on 17th March by Headline and the book is 368 pages long. Thanks to the publisher for providing a copy for review. Plot Violet is no ordinary teenager. She has the ability to sense and find dead people and animals through the echoes that call to her and has been able to do this since she was a young girl. Not only can she sense the dead but also the person who did the killing, making her life extremely hard and stressful. Very few people know what Violet is capable of but those that do know help her through it as much as they can...when and if she ever lets them in. ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Desires of the Dead - Kimberly ...
Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents -Terry Pratchett - Funny and inventive as always... ... seems a bit too familiar, some scenes upsetting for younger children
K-Pax II: On A Beam Of Light - Gene Brewer - Central premise actually good Filler novel, stupid side plot
Red-headed Stepchild - Jaye Wells - Fast-paced, interesting and refreshing views on popular mythology, I would have liked further clarification on the structure of the vampiric religion.
The Mage in Black - Jaye Wells - Fast paced, lots of new characters, witty Left me with questions based around vampire reproduction
The Goblin Reservation - Clifford D. Simak - Another great timeless novel from Simak None... love this book - it's Simak at his finest!
|More products in Fiction Book|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Ben in the World - Doris Lessing|
Makes you think
Not a feel good read
|One for Sorrow - M.E. Mayer|
Well written and with an original main protagonist and an interesting time setting
|Running the Rift - Naomi Benaron|
|Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - J. K. Rowling||Chemistry for Beginners - Anthony Strong|
Unusual, bold storyline
|Everything and Nothing - Araminta Hall|
Well written, engrossing and thought provoking
Not a thriller as described, lacklustre ending
|The Art of Fielding - Chad Harbach|
Worthy first novel that makes some interesting choices
If you don't like campus novels... or baseball, you may struggle
|A Card from Angela Carter - Susannah Clapp||The Tenant of Wildfell Hall - Wordsworth Classics - Anne Bronte|