Wraithsong by E.J. Squires is more captivating than Twilight, The Hunger Games, and City of Bones
The Desirable Creatures Series, Book I
Sonia goes to the greenhouse after school to pull weeds as a punishment for spiting on the school bully. There she meets Anthony, a gorgeous boy with intense light blue eyes and a great
build. Sonia is surprised at how attracted she is to him. Anthony is rude one
moment and then asking her out the next. Sonia’s emotions are out of control. Her mom explains that she will turn into a Huldra when she turns eighteen in two weeks. With her Flair she can control people when they come into contact with her saliva. Her mom warns her that her flair is getting stronger and she must not kiss a boy or even think of dating.
Behind her moms back Sonia goes out with
Anthony. He takes her to the ballet, Her favorite place because she use to be a
dancer but since her Dad’s death she gave it up. She gets a bunch of frantic messages from her mom and she knows something is wrong. Anthony comes clean and tells her who he really is and that his mom has kidnapped Sonia's mom. She has to trust Anthony to help her attack Wraithsong the invisible island where the
Darkalfars have taken her mom. Lightalfars and other Huldra's are planning to help but nothing goes as planned. Sonia doesn’t know who the bad guys are and who
the good guys are. She needs to rescue her Mom and she will do anything to accomplish that.
I love this story! I am hooked. I can’t wait until the book two Blufire comes out on July 31st 2014 .
I started rereading Wraithsong right after I finished it
just to experience it all over again. The book is contemporary but based on Norse Mythology. I absolutely love stories that make you think about other worlds happening right around us. I’ve always been interested in
Norway but now I’m obsessed with the folklore. There's plenty of action and a heart gripping romance. My favorite is how it ties in with the
other series by E.J. Squires, A Viking Blood saga.
An epic historical fantasy romance based on Norse Mythology.
Th Desirable Creatures Series has surpassed all other YA
series and is by far my favorite. I mean it; I’m more captivated than I ever
was with Twilight, The Hunger Games, or City of Bones. And if you know me, you know
how much I loved those series. This is a different kind of YA paranormal romance. I want to know more about these magical people and places.
And of course a movie will have to be made about it. Here's a couple of my picks if I got to cast the movie: