Normal is overrated. At least that's what Oliver Cromwell tells himself when he's being bullied for being different. He's a lover of all things paranormal, and when his nose isn't shoved into his sketchpad, drawing haunted houses and monsters, he and his best friend Bailey hang out in abandoned buildings and take longvery non-romanticwalks through graveyards looking for ghosts.Everything changes when they actually find one.Freaked out because he seems to be a sudden ghost magnet, Oliver befriends Mrs. Glass, a psychic who lives in the Victorian manor at the end of his street. With her help, he discovers his special bloodline and uncovers abilities that allow him to begin helping the ghosts move on. As if being sixteen wasn't already complicated.When Oliver meets Victor, the charming and mysterious boy who lives with Mrs. Glass, he finds himself falling and falling hard. Chasing ghosts is a lot less nerve-wracking than falling in love, though, especially when the person you fall for has...
|Title||:||Silence of Winter|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||289 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Silence of Winter Reviews
It's curious that at the end of the book Kindle was recommending 'A Light Amongst Shadows', because I had been thinking throughout the story that they both had the same... feeling. And I loved A Light Amongst Shadows.
This one hasn't got nearly as much angst, though. It is an easy read, and the characters are all very complete. Some things annoyed me, and I did not like the writing all that much, but I find I can't take away any stars from this book because I really, really like the plot.