Friday, June 11, 2010

'Token of Darkness' by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes [3]


Cooper Blake has everything going for him until he wakes up from a car accident with his football career in ruins and a mysterious, attractive girl by his side. Cooper doesn't know how Samantha got there or why he can see her, all he knows is that she's a ghost, and the shadows that surround her seem intent on destroying her. No one from Cooper's old life would understand what he can barely grasp himself ... But Delilah, the captain of the cheer leading squad, has secrets of her own, like her ability to see beyond the physical world, and her tangled history with Brent, a loner from a neighbouring school who can hear strangers most intimate thoughts. Delilah and Brent know that Cooper is in more trouble than he realizes, and that Samantha may not be as innocent as she has led Cooper to believe. But the only way to figure out where Samantha came from will put them all in more danger than they ever dreamed possible.
First time that I have read from this author and to me this was definitely a teen read, it was easy to read and flowed well, but I have read better fantasy novels. At first the story was a little confusing and you weren't sure what was going on, but it soon made sense. You may not understand how all the magic works but there is enough plot to keep the story going but it's really more for the kids. This book could have a sequel to it, but also not necessarily. Sorry to say but for me it was just an average read.
I rate this book 3 stars.

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