11 Jan In this spooky mystery, Rayne Peters and her family live in a tiny apartment in East London, part of a decayed urban development where. Rayne can’t wait to start her summer job at Morton’s Keep estate, but does its dark past, portend her dark future?. 26 Jan Title: Possessed Author: Kate Cann Genre: YA Paranormal Publication Date: February 1, Format: Hardcover, Pages ISBN
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Jul 12, Kira rated it liked it.
There’s not a whole lot of dithering. It wrapped everything up so the reader wasn’t left with a lot of questions as to what happened with some of the supporting characters. John has an enemy and over time Rayne gets to meet him alone and it turns out he isn’t bad at all. Buy this book at Amazon When Rayne flees London to work in a remote mansion house, she hopes for a peaceful life. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Possessed was full of suspense and mystery that kept me glued to the pages… To view it, click here.
I honestly can’t wait to see these become films, just so I can see the magic of Morton’s Keep come to life. Oh, and it was all British-y, and that’s kind of neat, right? Owl cries in the night. Rayne herself, a mixed-race teenager from a non-privileged background, has an easy confidence in her own attractiveness that made me think about how often YA heroines are presented as insecure about their looks despite being described as beautiful by the narrator and complimented by other characters.
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I fell in love with the first book Possessing Rayne because of the absolutely beautiful way Kate Cann described the setting. I wasn’t a big fan of Possessed and sequels usually aren’t better then the originals. I I loved the ending: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
First in the s, then 60 years later, posseesed then again years after that. I thought that the pacing was good.
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Something I didn’t like about this book kae that it had some cheesy parts. Big changes have been afoot recently. The house is huge, full of history and malice.
Rayne has finally embraced who she is with one minor setback. I think the novel would have been stronger if Rayne had had to work harder to solve the mystery. My library Help Advanced Book Search. There are visions and ghosts, riddles and betrayals, dark family secrets and pagan rituals — all are revealed tantalizingly as each chapter unfolds, leading to a dramatic conclusion.
For more about Kate and her novels, visit www. Other books in the series. It was a good book but I don’t understand why the book is called “Possessed ” when no one in the book is possessed or get possessed. In her search to get out and away from everything she starts looking for jobs. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Oh man, I could read this book forever. He will stop at nothing. But for now, the ending has pleased me! I love the mystery, paranormal and haunted-ness of it all. In fact, Rayne questions the relationship at times and wants to be sure the attraction is not just because of the supernatural events.
Fed up with the crime-ridden London housing estate where she lives, sixteen-year-old Rayne takes a residential job in the tearoom at Morton’s Keep, a historical house near Marcle Lees, Herefordshire. That’ll teach me to stay up late. But I think we are ignoring the power of self-talk.
Over the course of her working there she meets a boy named St.
Rayne is working alongside Ethan, and the akte of the fire boys, to stop St. I loved the greater emphasis on the pagan survivals, and the pacing is terrific in this installment, with each piece of backstory being revealed at just the right moment.
Opssessed stuck in a relationship with a controlling guy who doesn’t really love her, her mom doesn’t seem to love her aside from her usefulness in taking care of her little brother, and day katr night, there’s just so much noise and pollution and clutter.
I am not sure if this is an actual location that the author based the story on, but if so I would love to visit. But Morton’s Keep holds terrible secrets – and when a glamorous new manager turns up, things take a sinister turn.