Shadow of the Mark

Shadow of the Mark

Book - 2013
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As the power of the Air element continues to grow in sixteen-year-old Megan, she learns that her relationship with Adam DeRis--and the combined power of their elements--could ultimately cause widespread destruction.
Publisher: New York :, HarperTeen,, 2013.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9780062128003
Branch Call Number: Y FIC FALL
Characteristics: pages cm


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May 27, 2015

Okay, so. Hold on. My thoughts are rambling together.
Megan is strong. This becomes very evident almost immediately. So strong that it appears that she's taking Adam's energy, thus putting a strain on their relationship, while her element reacts and is attracted to Rian (which, honestly, is not too terribly bad. I mean, come on- if it HAD to be another guy, I would want it to be him. BTW I like him better than Adam). Then it turns out that the Knights that protect the elements have infiltrated the DeRis group in the form of Chloe- Rian's girlfriend. Not sure what I feel about her yet. She's just kind of... there. Oh, but the whole Knights meeting was a little strange. Plus, questions kept being avoided so much that I wasn't quite ever sure what they even were after a while. Too confusing.
Caitlin is finally told the whole truth but still not Megan's dad even though Petra (his girlfriend) works closely with the Order. Ugh!

HOLD THE FLIPPING PHONE THE NEXT BOOK IN THE SERIES DOESN'T EVEN HAVE A RELEASE DAY YET! WHAT!!!!! This book was writtenn in 2013 people! You've had two years to work on the last one of the series! Two years! There should at least be a 'in the making' or 'currently editing' sign or something!


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