Friday, March 11, 2011

Consumed

See the review of Possessed here.

Title:
Consumed

Author:
Kate Cann

Publication Date:
February 2011

Ages:
14 and Up

Grades:
9 and Up

Length:
336 Pages

Classification:
Teen Fiction

About the Author (Back Cover):
Kate Cann liives in England with her husband, daughter, son, and dog. She worked as an editor for many years before writing several books for teens, including Possessed, Spanish Holiday, and Grecian Holiday. For more about Kate and her novels, visit http://www.katecann.com/ .

Summary (Inside Cover):
The evil hasn't disappeared ... it's growing stronger.
Rayne's countryside escape has proven to be anything but-the remote mansion house where she lives and works holds terrible secrets, and she eels trapped there.When a charismatic but troubling new manager shows up, things take an even more sinister turn.
Rayne doesn't know who to trust; even the ghosts of Morton's Keep seem to be warning her that something is wrong. It's up to Rayne to overcome the ancient evil lurcking here-but can she overcome the power before it consumes her?

My Rating:
4.6-9/5

My Thoughts:
Wow, this was such a great book! It was one of those books that I'd dream about when I slept while I was not yet finished the book, and one whom I constantly think about after I've read...until I get hooked up into another book!
This takes place right after the first book in the series, Possessed, leaves off. Rayne moves from the great city of London to Maracle Lees, out in the country, on a desperate attempt to get away from the hustle-and-bustle of the city, and her obssessive boyfriend. There she meets and falls for St. John, who is no Saint at all! He is trying to unearth a dark magic at Morton's Keep, but Rayne and her other crush, Ethan, stop him. Thinking him defeated, they go back to the Sty, where Rayne is living, to attempt a failed kiss. Consumed starts the morning after.
There is tons and tons of action in this book! Murders, assults, fires, daggers, ghosts, and more help make Consumed one of the best reads of February! I would love to tell you in more detail what happens, but frankly, my fingers hurt! So, I suggest you get out there and read this book ASAP!

Happy Reading, my friends! :)
~Tasha!~

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