Whisper by Heather Hildenbrand
The Cherokee believe when a person dies, their soul is reborn. Life is repeated. An endless cycle of lessons to be learned, love to be found, destiny to be fulfilled. For the past six months, in every flower, every bird, I’ve imagined my parents, relieved of their human forms.
Now, after five months at the Skye View Wellness Center, it was summer. A time for parties and friends, but that’s the last thing I want to do. So when my best friend Erin convinces me to attend a bonfire at Eagle Point, I can’t handle the crowd full of sympathetic stares or drunken class clowns who would use my tragedy as a way into my heart – or my pants. The solitude of the woods offers an escape, until I stumble upon a boy, unconscious and bleeding, his pockets stuffed not with identification but with poetry illustrating the beauty of dying. I’ve seen enough death. I will not leave this boy’s side.
Even after he wakes, when the only thing he can remember are visions of events that haven’t happened yet…
My Short Review
This is my first book by Heather Hildenbrand but it won't be my last. I love the way she writes and the story is a great one. She weaves a magical spell with words and you find yourself in an amazing story. This journey you go with Whisper is at times heartbreaking and at times you will be shocked at what all is revealed. The Indian heritage is a big part of this book and I think the author did a great job putting it all together. Want something that has some paranormal to it that isn't the normal vampires or werewolves give this a try.
4 out of 5 Bats ~Pam
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