Rae of Hope

Rae of Hope How hard do you have to shake the family tree to find the truth about the past Fifteen year old Rae Kerrigan never really knew her family s history Her mother and father died when she was young and it

  • Title: Rae of Hope
  • Author: W.J. May
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  • Page: 253
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  • How hard do you have to shake the family tree to find the truth about the past Fifteen year old Rae Kerrigan never really knew her family s history Her mother and father died when she was young and it is only when she accepts a scholarship to the prestigious Guilder Boarding School in England that a mysterious family secret is revealed Will the sins of the father be theHow hard do you have to shake the family tree to find the truth about the past Fifteen year old Rae Kerrigan never really knew her family s history Her mother and father died when she was young and it is only when she accepts a scholarship to the prestigious Guilder Boarding School in England that a mysterious family secret is revealed Will the sins of the father be the sins of the daughter As Rae struggles with new friends, a new school and a star struck forbidden love, she must also face the ultimate challenge receive a tattoo on her sixteenth birthday with specific powers that may bind her to an unspeakable darkness It s up to Rae to undo the dark evil in her family s past and have a ray of hope for her future Fans of Amanda Hocking, Veronica Roth, Suzanne Collins, Richelle Mead, Stephenie Meyer, or Bella Forrest, will love this young adult paranormal romance series by W.J May.

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    1. Rae of Hopewas recommended to me by this awesomeyoutuber. We both have similar interests in books, and I thought, hey, why the fuck not read this since it's summer and all I do is go out and spend money anyways. When I found out that this book was not even four dollars in the bookstore, I jumped for joy. Literally. Here's an inexpensive book with an amazing concept!What a surprise!Finally! However, little did I know that this book was not good. At all. I admit, the plot was going well, but our [...]

    2. 3.5 starsThe storyline reminds me so much of Harry Potter and his first year in Hogwarts. Rae Kerrigan however, is the female version who's got untapped special abilities. She's got a questionable family history and secrets that are withheld from her by her Uncle Argyle.When she finally starts in Guilder Boarding School in England, she meets teenagers like her who also got superpowers on their own. Devon helps her most of the time as she discovers her true identity. There is, however, a reason w [...]

    3. Rae is a 15 year old girl who has been through a lot in her life. At the young age of six she became an orphan in a horrific way and went to live with her aunt and uncle. Then the whisked her away to the United States to live for the past 10 years. Now she is almost 16 and they’ve suddenly sent her back to Britain to go to the Guilder Boarding School.Right away she begins to meet new people, including Molly, her new roommate. I have a feeling that everyone who reads this book is going to fall [...]

    4. If I could give this book zero stars I would. Where to starte juvenile writing, the annoying, childish and irredeemable protagonist, or the uninspired plot? This is clearly a Harry Potter ripoff but the worst kind. I mean you have the blueprint for one of the most successful and well written children sagas that inspired an entire generation. Books that are still lauded today with some of the most ferocious and passionate fans and yet the author was still unable to pull off a simple copy cat nove [...]

    5. A very pleasant surprise! I haven't heard a thing about this series but I decided to read the first book It was very good, a typical YA fantasy and well-written. It wasn't perfect but it was a very good start and I can't wait to read the next one!

    6. You know how sometimes an author takes risks and pushes the boundaries of their genre and, it really pays off? That's not what you're going to find here. Rae of Hope is on the opposite end of spectrum - a YA novel that is so tame, I wouldn't really hesitate to deem it suitable for a middle grade audience*.That's not the real problem though. The thing that really had me slashing stars was the insanely lazy fact checking (i.e. none, as far as I can tell) and the sheer preponderance of Americanisms [...]

    7. I highly recommend listening to the book, The narrator is excellent. She does a variety of English and Irish accents which sound spot-on. Rae is a 15 year old girl from New York who is being sent to a school in London by her uncle. Guilder School is actually for the gifted. Once a teenager turns 16 they receive a tatu which indicates a special power they have inherited from their parents, typically the father. In her case, Rae's father was an evil man. There is really no back story other than th [...]

    8. W. J. May’s Rae of Hope blends J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter with the Casts’ House of Night and television’s Heroes and X-Men to imagine a school for the powerful hidden away in the English countryside. Rae’s parents died in a mysterious fire when she was a child. Now living with an Aunt and Uncle in America, she’s surprised to find herself invited to join the very select and curious Guilder boarding school. But many more surprises await as she learns about her past and what being “ [...]

    9. Posted to Almost Grown-up:Rae of Hope by W.J. May is exactly the kind of book early teenage years-me would have adored. You’ve gotchyer boarding school, you’ve gotchyer magical powers, you’ve gotchyer swoony boy and yer highly suspect villain.Plus I have a heart-shaped birthmark that I probably would have convinced myself was secretly a magical tatu. That’s the kind of thing 14 year-old me did. I was awesome like that.To be honest, even as an adult, it had me a little in its thrall.Start [...]

    10. MY REVIEWI'd had this e-book on my to read and review pile for a while, I've already interviewed W. J. May and had accepted an invitation to host her on my blog again as part of a Bewitching Blog Tours, tour. So I decided to try and fit in reading her book, and I am so pleased I did. I thoroughly enjoyed it.I'll start with the cover which I also like, you see the main character Rae depicted in the models face. She looks worried and kind of lost which is how Rae Kerrigan feel initially and on and [...]

    11. WOW. Great story line with great characters. I liked the the idea of tattoos (tatus)that give a person powers at the age of 16. It was different from other stories I have read and I liked learning about it right a long with Rae. There was so much that I liked about this story. Rae is a character that is learning about this life she never knew about. She goes from normal to special through the course of the book. The way she handles all the new information coming at her shows strength and intelli [...]

    12. How do I even begin to describe this wonderful world of magic that W.J. May has created with all the amazing characters and a great suspenseful story line that leaves you astonished with the bombshell she delivers at the end. Totally mind blowing!! I immediately fell in love with the Rae. She’s strong willed, Independent and truth worthy but soon she discovers that she can not trust everyone. Rae’s room mate, Molly is a fashionista, who’s hilarious, charismatic and a chatter-box. She’s t [...]

    13. Lets start with this… WHY didn’t I knowabout this series before now?! I will use the excuses but I can’tbelieve I was missing out! This first book if the series has beenout for a good bit and I’m disappointed in myself for not knowing-HOWEVER- I’m all pumped because now I get to jump straight intobook two! You will all need to do this as well it’s a fantasticstory, and yes the going away to a “special school” has been donebefore- including some of my all time favorite books- but [...]

    14. Rae of Hope by W.J. MayW.J. May has written a story filled with magic, suspense, and a touch of romance, I thoroughly enjoyed Rae of Hope. The writing was good, character description were well written that you felt you knew everyone well. The story flowed extremely well and I was quite shocked when I realized I was at the end. W.J. May’s writing is really good, and I can’t wait for the next book in this series.Rae who has experienced the loss of her parents has been living with her aunt and [...]

    15. A man without tattoos is invisible to the Gods. - Iban Proverb, quoted on vanishingtattoofrom her Uncle's home in New York, fifteen-year-old orphan Rae Kerrigan finds herself sent across the Atlantic on a scholarship at the exclusive Guilder Boarding School in England. everyone is interested about her and she is clueless why. not everyone's intent is friendly though.or Wanita J. May's novel is something to get excited about. this young adult urban fantasy brims with endearing characters, a solid [...]

    16. I initially found “Rae of Hope” featured on Front Row Lit. In all honesty, it was the cover art that caused me to stop and take a second look at the book. The look on the face of the cover model spoke volumes of someone looking for hope. I know you should not judge a book by its cover but often times it’s the cover that draws your attention and then helps convince you to buy the book. I read the synopsis and the excerpt and I immediately contacted the author, Wanita May, to request to purc [...]

    17. OVERALL IMPRESSION: I am in love with this book. From the very beginning I was sucked in and wanted to keep reading more. I was in a bit of a reading funk and this book pulled me back out of it. The story is exciting and interesting, and made me insistent on reading whenever I had the time so I could find out what was coming next in the story. I really enjoyed the twist in the story towards the back half of the book and the ending was just perfect. I can't wait for the next book.I did find quite [...]

    18. Cute adorable read.I picture a girl sitting in her bed surrounded by stuffed animals reading this. Maybe even some pig tails and pink fluffy slippers. It takes me back a bit to my more naive and innocent days. The writing was fairly consistent. There are a few lines that are delivered in a cheesy fashion. As far as characters I was happy. Though honestly, I would have preferred Devon as a villain. In fact I thought early on that he was heading that way. I keep holding out for it to happen any mo [...]

    19. More reviews at SPIRIT OF BOOKSRae Of Hope is one of the awesome books of 2011 that i have read. It has this 'power' of capturing your attention from the very start of the book to the very end of the book. I was really excited to read this book and I'm truly grateful that i got a chance to do so. It kept me entertained throughout the entire book and also you find yourself liking each and very character. You also would be shocked to find who truly is the good person and who turns out to be the ba [...]

    20. I stumbled upon this author in a release party and fell in love with The covers so I listened to the audio version of this and fell in love with not only the story but the narrator too! I read this in a day and bought every one since in this series. The story takes you into the life of Rae karrigon who is still a young girl about to celebrate her 16th birthday and also about to be thrown into a whole different life completely. The book reveals so many surprises along the way it kept me fully inv [...]

    21. I actually really liked this book, although it reminded me a bit of the Hex Hall series by Rachel Hawkins. It´s a great read with great carachters and I definitely recommend it. I am just sad that this isn´t that well known, and coming from Sweden I had never heard of it before seeing a review on youtube about the book. Hopefully it will get more fans as the series progresses. Otherwise I will be really dishearted. Spoiler Warning:Am I the only one who still thinks Devon is a spy for Lanford?S [...]

    22. This was a really good book (might still be a freebie download too!). Rae (pronounced ray, our main female lead) is living with her aunt & uncle due to the death of her parents when she was very young. Only to find out that they were not like everyone else. I really liked how the characters interacted and the drama/action/suspense was just right in my opinion. I remember when it came to the climax of the book I was shocked at the twist. I actually had to put my kindle down and walk away say [...]

    23. I can't remember having really dome this before, but I gave up on this about half way through. The story sounded interesting, but not enough for me to stick with it. The characters were bland stereotypes of ditzy girls and jock boys, the writing and descriptions were terrible, and the dialogue was dry and unrealistic. There were typos, missing words, and grammatical errors everywhere, and I just couldn't see through all of that to keep reading. This needed some serious editing, and probably a re [...]

    24. 4,5 stars. Could contain spoilers.How hard do you hav to shake the family tree to find the thruth about the past?Fifteen year old Rae Kerrigan receives an invatation to a school in England. She lives with her aunt and uncle in New York and she wonders herself why she did receive this invatation to this boarding school.As Rae struggles with new friends, a new school and a star-struck forbidden love, her new challenge in live is what kind of tattoo she will receive on her 16th brithday and is it a [...]

    25. Original review here: offbeatvagabond/2013/03/indie-book-review-rae-of-hopemlRae of Hope follows a young girl named Rae. She has had a difficult time growing up. She lost both of her parents at the age of six in a terrible fire. She has been raised by her aunt and uncle ever since. She is now fifteen and will be sixteen in a few months. She is now, out of nowhere, being sent to a school called Guilder Boarding School. She can't find any information about the school. But things aren't much better [...]

    26. *Originally posted on Pages Of Forbidden LoveFirst of all poor girl! Rae’s parents died when she was very young. All she knows is that there was a fire and she survived. Since that horrible day she has lived with her uncle. Her uncle moved her to the United States (New York to be exact) right after she moved in with him so it has been years since she has been to Britain. When she gets an acceptance letter to Guilder Boarding School in England her uncle can’t send her off fast enough. Rae has [...]

    27. Title: Rae of HopeAuthor: WJ MayPublisher: Dark Shadows PublishingPublished Date: February 14   2014Pages: 249Summary: How hard do you have to shake the family tree to find the truth about the past?Fifteen year-old Rae Kerrigan never really knew her family's history. Her mother and father died when she was young and it is only when she accepts a scholarship to the prestigious Guilder Boarding School in England that a mysterious family secret is revealed.Will the sins of the father be the sins [...]

    28. (Originally posted on theyalitchick) Sometimes, I know exactly what I am looking for in a book. I can think to myself and say, hmm, I could go for a Victorian-style ghost story right about now I get an idea, and the yearning is there until I can fulfill it. Other times, I will come across a book, not entirely sure what to expect, but upon reading, I realize that this is exactly what I have been looking for. Whatever that was, this is it.Rae of Hope was one of those books for me. Okay, okay, it w [...]

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