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Book review: Before I Wake

The sixth instalment of Rachel Vincent's Soul Screamer books is a must read.
The sixth instalment of Rachel Vincent's Soul Screamer books is a must read.

BOOK: Before I Wake
AUTHOR:  Rachel Vincent
PUBLISHER: Harlequin Teen
RRP: $19.99


COVERING up her own murder is one thing - but faking life is much harder than Kaylee Cavanaugh expected.

She's had one hell of a year - she's discovered she's a banshee, found the strength to cope with her ex-boyfriend's addiction to Demon's Breath, journeyed to the Netherworld and encountered reapers and incubi and resurrected her best friend from the dead.

If you haven't read any of Rachel Vincent's Soul Screamer books I suggest you pick one up now and read the first five before you delve into the sixth instalment Before I Wake.

The book begins less than a month after the devastating events in the previous book and sees Kaylee return to school, trying to "recover" from her death.

Before I Die is thrilling, impossible to put down, well-written and dramatic.

It will certainly not disappoint fans.

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