Book Review: The Reaping

The Reaping
The Fahllen #1
Author: M. Leighton
Pages: eBook
Reading Level: YA
Published: January 29th 2011
Review Source: Author

Carson almost 18 yrs old lives with her Dad under the impression that her mother and sister were killed in an accident when she was very young. Her father has always been extremely over protective with her and she can understand given that the rest of the family is gone. Carson starts discovering physical changes after she is almost hit by a car but somehow she is able to avoid it. From that point on she starts discovering things about her and her past, the ability to see the dead (which are not friendly at all) and the truth about her family with the help of a man she believes to be her love.
Though it didn't take me long to get hooked on the story I felt the need to know more about the characters and the story didn't provide me with enough description of them. Mysteries were quickly answered through the story but it was entertaining enough to keep me going. there were unanswered questions but overall i enjoyed it.

Summary: Every hell has its devil. And Carson is about to become intimately acquainted with hers. 

Seventeen-year-old wallflower Carson Porter has always dreamed of being something special, but what she gets isn’t what she signed up for. 

Yeah, a girl’s supposed to change as she gets older, but this is ridiculous! Shiny skin, greener eyes and a run-in with the flesh-eating dead are just a few of the changes Carson has to adjust to, not to mention the arrival of very hot and very dangerous Derek Hrolf. If all that wasn’t enough to turn her once hum-drum life into something unrecognizable, a twin sister that haunts her from the shadows and a wheeling, dealing collector of souls will definitely do the trick. The question is: what will her life become? And what will she become?

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