Dark Souls

Dark Souls Welcome to York England Mist lingers in the streets Narrow buildings cast long shadows This is the most haunted city in the world Miranda Tennant arrives in York with a terrible tragic secret She is

  • Title: Dark Souls
  • Author: Paula Morris
  • ISBN: 9780545251327
  • Page: 204
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Welcome to York, England.Mist lingers in the streets.Narrow buildings cast long shadows.This is the most haunted city in the world Miranda Tennant arrives in York with a terrible, tragic secret She is eager to lose herself amid the quaint cobblestones, hoping she won t run into the countless ghosts who supposedly roam the city Then she meets Nick, an intense,Welcome to York, England.Mist lingers in the streets.Narrow buildings cast long shadows.This is the most haunted city in the world Miranda Tennant arrives in York with a terrible, tragic secret She is eager to lose herself amid the quaint cobblestones, hoping she won t run into the countless ghosts who supposedly roam the city Then she meets Nick, an intense, dark eyed boy who knows all of York s hidden places and histories Miranda wonders if Nick is falling for her, but she is distracted by another boy one even handsome and mysterious than Nick He lives in the house across from Miranda and seems desperate to send her some sort of message Could this boy be one of York s haunted souls Soon, Miranda realizes that something dangerous and deadly is being planned And she may have to face the darkest part of herself in order to unravel the mystery and find redemption.

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    1. The Good Stuff * Ghost story and a mystery all rolled up into one fantastic tale * Fast paced story and intriguing enough that you didn't want to put the book down -- hence why I am a wee bit tired this morning since I was up till 1 am reading it * Parents are not jerks -- I know I couldn't believe it either - gets an extra .5 Dewey for that alone * Spooky* A bit of history thrown in which will hopefully intrigue the reader into looking for further info * Opening to story sucks you in - * Did I [...]

    2. To be totally honest, I think Dark Souls was one of the best book I have really enjoyed reading in 2011. And I am really surprised that after a book being so good, very less people anticipated reading it.First of all, I love the cover. The spookiness, the buildings, the creativity, especially the title, and the way the girl is running towards the boy, I love it. It gives us the complete picture about what type of book it is, whats it gonna be about and how the city/town looks where it takes plac [...]

    3. I quite enjoyed Dark Souls. It was fast-paced and poignantly written. The paranormal aspects weren't too bad, although they were hardly exciting either. I did like the fact that they stayed closer to the traditional type of ghost, but I wouldn't say I was blown away by them. The characters were also a little mediocre. While I did like the characters, especially Rob, I cannot say our protagonist was a stand out. In fact, I found I found her quite rude and irritating at times, especially when she [...]

    4. Based on the cover alone, I had a strong feeling Dark Souls would be eerie yet delightfully so. As it turns out, my predication was right on. However, it also provided some great additions: a beautiful setting, interesting characters, and plot lines that constantly managed to twist and turn in surprising ways!One of my favorite parts of Dark Souls was the setting. I've never read book that has taken place in York, England before, and boy have I been missing out! From Paula's beautiful and breath [...]

    5. A haunting ghost story, an intriguing mystery, and a rich historical setting mixed with a mild romance create the perfect elements for an engaging read. I thoroughly enjoyed Dark Souls. I love the way Paul Morris was able to blend tragedy, paranormal activity and center the story in historical York, England. Her descriptions of York and historical references really captivated me. As much as I would love to travel there and walk among the cobblestone streets, Paul's vivid descriptions made me fee [...]

    6. This book should get a rating of five because it was constantly exciting and kept me wanting to read. I would recommend this to teenage readers because they can relate to the characters cause the characters in this book are around our age. Also if you are some one who likes ghosts books this will interest you. I recommend this book because I didn't want to stop reading it. It was constantly interesting. In this book there is a girl who is in a care accident. In that car accident her best friend [...]

    7. when i finished the last chapter, i somehow got goosebumps, but the epilogue ruined the mood for me. overall, quite better than I was expecting.

    8. Miranda Tennant arrives with her family in York, England, determined to at least try to enjoy the vacation. She and her brother Rob are still reeling from the car accident that claimed the life of her best friend Jenna. As a result, Rob can’t stand to be in any type of confined space, and Miranda, well, she can see ghosts. It’s easy enough for Rob to hide his peculiarities, but when Miranda finds out that York is the most haunted city in the world, she realizes it’s going to be a lot harde [...]

    9. I got this book from our school book fair last October. Then I put it in a cabinet at school because I used to keep a book to read at school. Well, mostly this year I've been bringing the actual book I've been reading with me to and from school each day. So, I completely forgot I had this book till I went to look for something else in that cabinet. So I got it home, and picked it up to read. Once again it was a good read from Paula Morris. I first learned of her from the book Ruined, which I als [...]

    10. After reading Beneath the Shadows I was spoiled for reading anything else. Normally I move from one book to the next without taking a break in between, but I needed a short break to mourn the end of the last book. Then came Dark Souls. Fortunately this young adult novel was able to push through the post book fog. It did it so well that I found myself turning pages and reading all day until I turned the last page. Quite a thrilling ghost tale.Miranda Tennant goes with her family to York, England. [...]

    11. Can I just read a fantastic book please? I picked this one out thinking hey, its kinda short, and it sounds like a good topic, NOPE. I was so wrong. It took me days to finish this less than 300 page book. I'm sorry, butjust It was so not okay. Honestly I would probably rate it lower but I'm feeling generous. The idea was good, A girl who got in a car accident and lived, and ever since then she has been seeing ghosts. Intriguing, yes?The characters, oh lord, the can I call them charactersey were [...]

    12. In Dark Souls , we meet Miranda and her brother Rob -they are happily riding in their car with Miranda's friend Jenna when they are plowed into with another car. To the reader of this review , this may seem like an insignificant part to the story but it's the aftermath and the consequences of the accident that sets the theme of the story. After the accident , two things happen to Rob and Miranda - Rob becomes claustrophobic and afraid of cars and Miranda starts to see ghosts everywhere. Miranda [...]

    13. Okay first, look at the cover closely and does it remind you of somethingor somewhere?? No? Then you must be a muggle! From the first time I saw the cover I can already guess where it came from and I was so happy when the book did mention about the place in question! Anyway in the book that place on the cover is at York, England. Miranda's parents thought it was best for the whole family to take on a a vacation to help them forget the tragedy that happened to Miranda and her brother and also Mir [...]

    14. In the atmospheric town of York, England, Miranda Tennant and her brother Rob try to escape their emotional demons after watching Miranda's best friend Jenna die in a car crash in the midwest. Their parents jump at the chance to combine business and pleasure and distract their suffering teens. But Rob is experiencing claustrophobia in enclosed places, and unbeknownst to them, Miranda sees ghosts. While Rob pursues a romance in York, Miranda meets Nick, a mysterious young man who also can see gho [...]

    15. Este libro merece una sola estrella, pero decidí darle dos porque tiene varias referencias históricas realmente interesantes (y que investigué para asegurarme que fuesen reales).Los primeros. dos capítulos más o menos fueron interesantes. Luego, el libro es de lo más aburrido que he leído. Y cerca del final, hay otro capítulo interesante en el que se crean teorías para descubrir el plan del antagonista. Más allá de eso, el libro es basura.Los personajes no solo son cliché, sino tambi [...]

    16. I really wanted to love this book, from the description it sounds like a perfect novel with mystery, romance, redemption. However, this book was just too simple. Half way through the book I already had figured out the whole mystery. This book just left a lot to be desired when it came to mystery as well as love. Morris, however, did capture York very well. I liked how she put in ghost stories and historical value into the novel (this was probably my favorite part of the story). For everything el [...]

    17. Miranda Tennant arrives in York, England with a terrible secret. She is hoping she won't run into the countless ghosts who supposedly roam the city. Then she meets Nick, who knows all of York's hidden places and ghosts. Miranda wonders if Nick is falling for her, but she is distracted by another boy, one even more handsome and mysterious than Nick. He lives (if he's alive) in the house across from Miranda and seems desperate to send her some sort of message. Soon, Miranda realizes that something [...]

    18. This book was amazing. I enjoyed reading this book. Never liked reading especially suspense. I prefer movies but with "Dark Souls" I was able to create a mental picture. The theme of the ghost helped me on the edge of my seat. Paula Morris had a good sense of mystery and I would recommend this book. I'm glad to have read it as it's first book I've read from her. I have a better understanding of her writing. I absolutely enjoyed Miranda character and her contribution to the story. Excellent book! [...]

    19. I had a hard time getting through this book. I would get caught up on the mom and dad being called by their first names.For some reason I just kept getting stuck on that!The story itself seemed very pieced together and kind of Scooby-Dooish.BUT it's a YA, ages 12+.I'm sure it is a much better read when you are the suitable age!The concept is intriguing, and despite me HATING ghost stories, I was able to finish this and didn't hate it.Adult: 2.5/5YA/Child: 3.5/5

    20. Promising prologue and a nicely atmospheric setting, but this story wasn't nearly as deep or complex as I'd hoped it would be. To be honest, the dialogue is so clunky and the pedantic plotting occasionally got so tiresome that I almost gave this a 2, but towards the end it picked up again(view spoiler)[, especially with a non-typical conclusion to the romance (hide spoiler)].

    21. I really enjoyed this book a lot! When i first started it, well it was slow. And most of the book continued as such but although slow, it was good at the same time. A very easy read but the climax and falling action were top notch. I liked it almost as much as the first one.

    22. This book had a lot of emotion and a good mystery to it. Paula Morris included some history about York - the murder/ghost stories from the city were really interesting to read about (I haven't looked up if any of them were actually true or not, but I imagine the author did get some of them from actual history. A city that old would have a lot of stories like that - no need to make everything up). I thought Morris also did a good job writing about the sibling's grief in dealing with the accident, [...]

    23. Rating: 2.5/5I was looking forward to this book, after reading Anna Dressed in Blood. More ghost stories! I didn’t expect them to be the same. In fact, I wanted them to be very different. And they are. I will not compare the two as they are different books and I believe a book review is based on the book’s sole merit rather than a comparison. The book has a relative low rating. After some thought I decided to give it .5 more points than originally intended. I gave the author two points becau [...]

    24. This book was good, but on the other hand, it was a bit confusing as well. I thought some parts of the book could be very boring at sometimes. Other than that, I thought it was very interesting and a great book to read.

    25. More like 2.5 stars. This book was just okay, it felt like something was lacking throughout for the better part of it. Towards the end the action sped up, but I don't feel as though it made up for the earlier parts.

    26. Loved this book!This book was really good. I would recommend it to people who love ghost stories! Nail biter for sure! Loved it!

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