Guardians of the Dead

Guardians of the Dead When sixteen year old Amber Noble s dreams begin to weave into her reality she turns to the mysterious Connor for help His links to the supernatural world uncover a chilling truth about her hometown

  • Title: Guardians of the Dead
  • Author: S.L. Wilson
  • ISBN: 9781508433200
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Paperback
  • When sixteen year old Amber Noble s dreams begin to weave into her reality, she turns to the mysterious Connor for help His links to the supernatural world uncover a chilling truth about her hometown and a pact that must be re paid with blood.As her father alienates her, and the Guardians take her best friend, her true destiny unfolds, and she begins a quest that well seeWhen sixteen year old Amber Noble s dreams begin to weave into her reality, she turns to the mysterious Connor for help His links to the supernatural world uncover a chilling truth about her hometown and a pact that must be re paid with blood.As her father alienates her, and the Guardians take her best friend, her true destiny unfolds, and she begins a quest that well see her past collide with her present.Drawn deeper into the world of witchcraft and faeries, it is only at the end of her journey that she realises how much she could lose.

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    1. Shelley Wilson, best-selling author of self-help/motivational titles such as How I Changed My Life In a Year: One Woman's Mission To Lose Weight, Get Fit, Beat Her Demons, And Find Happiness In Twelve Easy Steps! has just released her first novel, the YA fantasy, Guardians of the Dead (Book 1 in her Guardians series).In this magical-girl coming-of-age story, Wilson pays often-loving tribute to almost every trope I associate with the genre: *The Chosen One: Reluctant heroine sixteen-year-old Ambe [...]

    2. I always think that a good book makes you smile when you get to the end a great book leaves you wanting moreIn the words of Oliver Twist "can I have some more please". A must for all YA fantasy fiction lovers

    3. Guardians of the Dead opens with a great prologue, setting the scene for what follows. Jumping forward ten years, Amber Noble lives in Hills Heath with her father, who is rapidly becoming more and more detached, and noxious stepmother. Amber’s family problems began when her mother disappeared without warning ten years ago, and her father married again soon afterwards. Amber and her step mother, Patricia, dislike each other intensely but Amber has no idea of Patricia’s true nature.One evening [...]

    4. Ok, let’s start with the good stuff. As a former Celtic pagan, I really appreciated the inventive ways this book explored magic. From intricate spells to innate magical powers, the characters and plot were propelled forward by supernatural enchantments, and it made for a pretty fascinating core story.Unfortunately, I think the book was too short for the execution of this beautiful core to be as good as it could have been. Everything in this book happens too quickly, leaving little room for the [...]

    5. Sixteen-year-old Amber Noble lives in Hills Heath, a town with an abandoned church at its centre and a strange, often bloody, history. When Amber’s dreams become premonitions, she seeks help at the town magic shop, run by India and her handsome nephew Connor, discovering her true nature and the pact that holds Hills Heath to a bloody ransom. Alienated by her father, her best friend kidnapped, Amber is drawn deep into the world of witchcraft and faeries as she tries to save them both. I think t [...]

    6. In this coming-of-age YA fantasy Amber finds herself with the atypical evil stepmother settled into the house whilst her besotted father appears to not realise anything is wrong. Amber’s mother disappeared, leaving her with the impression she had abandoned Amber and her father. Amber seeks solace in the company of her friend Tom and tries to make the best of the situation until events take a strange turn with the disappearance of a local lad the same age as her and Tom who is then accused in h [...]

    7. If anyone likes “The Mortal Instruments,” they’ll probably like this book. It’s the perfect length for a quick weekend read (or even one long sitting), and I was definitely sucked into the cool, mix-of-mythologies world that the author created. The main characters are all completely believable – from an ordinary teenage girl to a coven of witches and faeries. The different races of fantasy-based beings are familiar immediately, but there’s a twist to how they all interact in this sto [...]

    8. my Kindle. Well, what can I say?I finished it within a couple of sittings, which for me is pretty good going as I don't have much time to read!The author, Shelley Wilson has created some likeable characters, and ones you really want to hate, and moves us through a magical mystery tour of witches, faeries, oracles, necromancers and all sorts of mythical fairy folk!Once I had read the first couple of chapters, I was hooked, and rooting for our principle character Amber, who goes from normal teenag [...]

    9. Way too short but at the same time, way too fricken awesome. Hopefully the next one comes out in short order.

    10. 4 Stars. A wonderful paranormal adventure for New Adults/Older YA. Action packed and twistedly different.

    11. A fabulous read!I really enjoyed this book, the characters, the storyline and the different worlds. It is aimed at young adults but that didn’t stop me (just a few years older than the average young adult) from enjoying it. Looking forward to following the group in the next books.

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