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Leticia Paperback – 16 Feb 2012

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Product details

  • Paperback: 296 pages
  • Publisher: World Castle Publishing (16 Feb. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1937593916
  • ISBN-13: 978-1937593919
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.9 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,883,248 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author

I have lived in Droylsden, Manchester, all my life. I live with my parents and my younger sister, Cheryl. I never knew what I wanted to do with my life until I began writing. This is my dream. I get most of my inspiration from music, I’ll sit there listening to it and suddenly I’m no longer in the room. My stories play like videos in my mind, then I go and write them down. I’m a very dark person, I love anything spooky, supernatural, or unexplainable, and so that’s the genre I want to write in for the rest of my life. I love watching scary films, although I find it very hard to find one these days that actually frighten me.

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4 Stars

Leticia is a lone werewolf, forced into isolation by her ex-boyfriends inability to come to terms with her lineage and his determination to rid the world of `her type'. She spends eight years in her wolf form, having very little contact with humans until the loneliness becomes unbearable leaving her with no choice but to face the world, and people again. It soon becomes clear to Leticia that not much has changed, someone is still hunting her, so refusing to spend the rest of her life on the run Leticia decides to stay and face her enemies. With the help of some new found supernatural friends and an inner strength she didn't realised she had, they stand together and fight back.

The novel is set in an area of England close to where I personally live and visit often so it was surreal to read about it in a book, I was able to visualise the places easily as I know them so well. Clearly Lindsay has researched the area and has included a lot of historical facts that I was unaware of.

Jackson and his sister Nancy are shape-shifters, they live together with Nancy's vampire boyfriend Tristan and all have the same moral code `we look after our own' (`our own' being any and all supernatural beings) When they happen across Leticia who is obviously having some problems they have to help and after her home is burned to the ground in one of the many attacks on her, she moves into their house with them. This doesn't help, Leticia is followed and now all four of them have become targets. The plot has some unforeseen developments and unexpected turns of events that had me guessing at the outcome and held my interest.
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This book is set in England.
It is described so well you can visualise everything(she must of known the area very well).

She pulls you into the book so much by describing Leticia in great detail before and after she moved.
Her character is brilliant and the relationship/friendship with the other characters is so well formed so once your in that book that's it you daren't put it down your just to scared of something happening.

Only miss-hap to me......a cliffhanger.
I hate them. Now I have to wait for the next one.....but how long........?????
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really enjoyed this again brilliant writer enjoying reading all the books by lindsay anne kendal , shes new fresh and really gets u gripped with the story lines and always leaves u on a cliff hanger waiting patiently for the next part of the saga !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! brilliant roll on part 2 cant wait ,,hurry lindsay xxxx
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fantastic gripping read absolutely loved it
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After reading Lindsay's Bloodlines series, I was not disappointed with this new story. It was interesting from the start and the fear felt by the main character, instantly made an impact on me. The friendship that develops between the characters at first are necessary due to each supernatural being looking after there own. However, as they get to know each other they realise how much they are alike and a deeper friendship is formed.

Full of twists and turns this is another hit for Lindsay. Can't wait for the sequel.
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