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Life isn’t easy for a teenage veilwalker. Lyric has been on the run for over a decade. Her brother is her only friend, her father treats her like a soldier, and after an ill-planned trip to purgatory she’s stuck with a bitterly displaced ghost. Charles Hathor has problems of his own—problems he’s confident can be solved with the aid of Lyric’s realm-crossing ability. As the Life isn’t easy for a teenage veilwalker. Lyric has been on the run for over a decade. Her brother is her only friend, her father treats her like a soldier, and after an ill-planned trip to purgatory she’s stuck with a bitterly displaced ghost. Charles Hathor has problems of his own—problems he’s confident can be solved with the aid of Lyric’s realm-crossing ability. As the leader of a powerful coven, he’ll stop at nothing to ensure her cooperation. Kidnapping, extortion, maybe even murder; everything goes in his quest for retribution. Alongside her twin, Lyric is forced back into the bowels of the magical world. But working for a vengeful warlock is not for the faint of heart. Relationships will be tested. Unlikely alliances will be forged. And Lyric will discover enemies closer than she ever imagined. This is the first book in Jennifer R. McDonald's Veilwalker Trilogy.


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Life isn’t easy for a teenage veilwalker. Lyric has been on the run for over a decade. Her brother is her only friend, her father treats her like a soldier, and after an ill-planned trip to purgatory she’s stuck with a bitterly displaced ghost. Charles Hathor has problems of his own—problems he’s confident can be solved with the aid of Lyric’s realm-crossing ability. As the Life isn’t easy for a teenage veilwalker. Lyric has been on the run for over a decade. Her brother is her only friend, her father treats her like a soldier, and after an ill-planned trip to purgatory she’s stuck with a bitterly displaced ghost. Charles Hathor has problems of his own—problems he’s confident can be solved with the aid of Lyric’s realm-crossing ability. As the leader of a powerful coven, he’ll stop at nothing to ensure her cooperation. Kidnapping, extortion, maybe even murder; everything goes in his quest for retribution. Alongside her twin, Lyric is forced back into the bowels of the magical world. But working for a vengeful warlock is not for the faint of heart. Relationships will be tested. Unlikely alliances will be forged. And Lyric will discover enemies closer than she ever imagined. This is the first book in Jennifer R. McDonald's Veilwalker Trilogy.

30 review for Into the Veil

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jason Parent

    Hmmm.. I liked this book, despite the fact that it is not my preferred genre. I would give it 3 stars based solely on my personal taste, but I feel this book would be well received by fans of paranormal, paranormal romance, fantasy and all those YA blockbusters. It kind of had a feel like The Mortal Instruments for me, and had twinges of horror and lots of action in that vein. The writing is good and the book is cleanly edited, though some chopping of adjectives in some areas may have helped the Hmmm.. I liked this book, despite the fact that it is not my preferred genre. I would give it 3 stars based solely on my personal taste, but I feel this book would be well received by fans of paranormal, paranormal romance, fantasy and all those YA blockbusters. It kind of had a feel like The Mortal Instruments for me, and had twinges of horror and lots of action in that vein. The writing is good and the book is cleanly edited, though some chopping of adjectives in some areas may have helped the pace. Still, the quality was as good as any traditionally published work. I really liked the concept of the veil, a ghost world that the main characters can enter and exit, typically how they see fit (think Insidious, but not as scary). I also enjoyed the character, Gemma, a ghost they accidently ensnare while exploring their powers. The MCs are traditional YA MCs, meh. Just not my thing. But the supporting cast is good and contains a few Gems. Overall, I enjoyed the book even though I don't like paranormal, paranormal romance, fantasy and all those YA blockbusters. Definitely check it out if you do

  2. 5 out of 5

    Wren Figueiro

    Into the Veil is a fast-paced, engaging story full of vibrant imagery and characters that will make you want to know them. It’s told from the point of view of Lyric, a teenage veilwalker. She and her brother Lincoln have the ability to leave their bodies and walk through the veil, which is the realm of the dead who have not passed on. In it they can wander without being seen by the living. As this is a rare gift, they are constantly in danger of being captured to be used as spies. This story had Into the Veil is a fast-paced, engaging story full of vibrant imagery and characters that will make you want to know them. It’s told from the point of view of Lyric, a teenage veilwalker. She and her brother Lincoln have the ability to leave their bodies and walk through the veil, which is the realm of the dead who have not passed on. In it they can wander without being seen by the living. As this is a rare gift, they are constantly in danger of being captured to be used as spies. This story had me glued to its pages. I was sucked into Lyric’s world, engrossed by her strength, her fear, and even her embarrassment. The author does an outstanding job of exposing her characters through Lyric’s eyes. We get a strong sense of each of them and want to know more about their lives. We also get an amazing view into the paranormal world in which Lyric resides. It will have you wondering what might be around that you can’t see ;) Though there are a few typos in the text, the writing flows smoothly and the action never wavers. If you enjoy urban fantasy, be sure to pick up a copy of Into the Veil. I’m off to get a copy of the second book!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Heather Blair

    I am getting hooked on indie books, and Into the Veil is a perfect example of why. The book starts out engaging, but just a little rough, a little awkward, mirroring the teenager it portrays. Lyric is almost 17 and she isn't quite sure of who she should be yet. That is typical enough, but that's about all that is typical about Lyric or her twin brother, Lincoln. They are Veilwalkers, one of the rarest of magical beings, with the ability to slip into 'The Veil', a shadowy realm of ghosts that over I am getting hooked on indie books, and Into the Veil is a perfect example of why. The book starts out engaging, but just a little rough, a little awkward, mirroring the teenager it portrays. Lyric is almost 17 and she isn't quite sure of who she should be yet. That is typical enough, but that's about all that is typical about Lyric or her twin brother, Lincoln. They are Veilwalkers, one of the rarest of magical beings, with the ability to slip into 'The Veil', a shadowy realm of ghosts that overlays corporeal reality, making a Veilwalker the consummate spy. Because of their unique powers and viscous murder of the mother that shared their gifts, they have been on the run for ten years with their mysterious father. The running, however is about to come to an end and Lyric struggles with the incredible burden of finding herself the sole protector of her small family, trying to keep numerous enemies at bay. This would be quite enough to be getting on with, but one of those enemies is also engaging her heart, against her will. This book gets better and better as it moves along and the last third is guaranteed to keep your nose glued to your Kindle. Lyric is one of the absolutely best female characters I have ever read. She is strong and fragile, stubborn and full of heart. In other words, completely real and you will be completely absorbed in her story. Yes, there are grammatical errors scattered liberally through the book, but they are no more than a small irritation once the story gets going. I am absolutely sure with a quick once-over by a proofreader and a competent editor this book could easily leap to the success level of The Hunger Games. It really is that good. Now I am off to buy the next installment, Through the Gloom.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Tiger Gray

    DNF It pains me to do this. I'm an author and I know how wonderful it is to pull up your profile to discover a shiny new four or five star review. I wish like hell I could inspire that feeling here, but in order to review with integrity I can't do so. Especially because this is part of a review challenge, I have to be honest or the whole idea falls apart. This book is cliche, riddled with typos, and poorly written. I look at all those four and five star reviews and I feel like I'm going crazy. I DNF It pains me to do this. I'm an author and I know how wonderful it is to pull up your profile to discover a shiny new four or five star review. I wish like hell I could inspire that feeling here, but in order to review with integrity I can't do so. Especially because this is part of a review challenge, I have to be honest or the whole idea falls apart. This book is cliche, riddled with typos, and poorly written. I look at all those four and five star reviews and I feel like I'm going crazy. I don't know what book they read, because it can't possibly be the same one I got my hands on. I get the impression from some of them that there might be a more recent version of this book that I don't have, so maybe that new version corrected a lot of the problems. Take this with a grain of salt in that case because obviously I am in the minority here, and I may have an older version of the book: 1). Logical inconsistencies. The main characters are on the run for their lives and absolutely need to blend in wherever they are in order to avoid detection. Yet, they both have white-blond hair, and the female protagonist has streaked this already eye catching mane with pink. I know that sounds small, but really, that's not the way to stay hidden. 2). I can forgive the whole kidnapped and forced to work with the kidnappers trope, but nothing much new comes of it. If you're going to do that I'd like to see a twist on the formula, but I feel like said twist never really happened. 3). Fight scene that goes nowhere. I was all ready for a big battle to happen but the opposing side's mooks turn up, make a show of power, do absolutely nothing of consequence, then leave. That was a big let down. 4). The other teenagers in the story inexplicably either hate or love the main female character, according to their gender. Guys are interested, at least one girl is jealous and bitchy. But what made the book a dnf for me was when the guy the two protags are working for tells the female protag that the opposing force's leader is bad because he believes in diversity. His little cabal is a "blasphemous" mix of magical races which is naughty bad wrong. NOW because I have gotten in trouble for comments like this before let me try and make something very clear: characters can be racist. That's fine in and of itself. That's not what I'm complaining about. There are many racist people and groups in real life and fiction almost always stays true to life in some way or another. Also Hathor, the guy the protags are helping, isn't even a good guy per se. He just happens to be the first dude that thought to kidnap the main characters and strong arm their help out of them. Fine. BUT there is NO reaction to this revelation. None. The female protag doesn't think wow that's messed up I should now realize that this guy doesn't have my best interests at heart. The narrative doesn't even remark on it. For me--and yes this is probably very subjective--that's like condoning the racist attitude. There should be some ripple at the mention of something so blatantly bigoted. Since there wasn't, I put the book down. I really wanted to love this and I fully acknowledge that it might just be me; this strikes me as a YA and I dislike YA. But given what looks like a set up for a love triangle and other tropes, I don't think I can stick this one out. That said I certainly won't give up on this author entirely! I hope the next book I try will be a hit for me. Since I didn't finish it I won't add a star rating.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Raquel V

    * I received this book in exchange for my honest review* Don't you hate it when a book keeps you up until three in the morning (even though you have to wake up at 6:30 to go to work) because it's so darn good? I don't! I love it! I fell in love with Lyric and Lincon right away (what a great name, Lyric, by the way). They are Vailwalker twins, and possibly the last of their kind of mages. Veilwalkers are witches who can freely go (you guessed it) Into The Vail between our world and the next - what * I received this book in exchange for my honest review* Don't you hate it when a book keeps you up until three in the morning (even though you have to wake up at 6:30 to go to work) because it's so darn good? I don't! I love it! I fell in love with Lyric and Lincon right away (what a great name, Lyric, by the way). They are Vailwalker twins, and possibly the last of their kind of mages. Veilwalkers are witches who can freely go (you guessed it) Into The Vail between our world and the next - what some people would call purgatory. And the reason that is great, other then they see dead people, is that the Vail and our world are connected. When they are in the Vail they can see and hear everything that happends in our world, making them the best spies anyone could ask for. The world Jennifer McDonald created was one of the best aspects of the book for me. It talked about witches, werewolfs and vampires - all terribly familiar - in a strikingly unique way. There were other paranormal beings that were introduced as well, and even if I hadn't heard about them before, they felt right - like maybe McDonald had an insight into the actual magical world out there. Like maybe this world could be real, and we could be living in it. All the chatecters were like that too - they felt real. Even in the very beginning when nothing much was happening, the main characters already showed they were strong, smart, independent and kind. The best thing about it was that I didn't notice the author trying to make me see them that way. The dialogs were smooth and witty, and McDonald introduced this remarkable world and adorable characters in a very fluid way. They sneak up on you, and when you realize you are already rooting for them. Sure, they are teens, and that shows sometimes in some impulsive reactions and questionable atitudes. But they were not stupid kids, by any means. All, including the secondary characters, were complex and multidimentional. And I have to talk about the romance. It wasn't the main point of the book at all, and it wasn't particularly steamy either. But it was so sweet and it grew in such an organic way... It made me literally put my hand over my heart in a swooning gesture many times. I loved it and I can't even explain the reason for it that well. For me, this book was very well rounded. It had likable and believable characters, an interesting plot set in an unique world, heart-melting romance, and incredible action all through out. I'm so glad I got to read it! My rating: 5/5 Would I read it again? Yes Do I recommend it? Yes! To any YA and Paranormal lovers. Buy it now, you won't regret it!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kasey

    I really really really didn't want to write this review, mostly because I'm 22% into the next book. Holy crapola on a stick. This book was amazeballs. The beginning was a little rough, and I'm not really a fan of the weird names, BUT the plot was really freaking amazing. I did like that Lyric didn't spend too much time whining and moaning about her situation, it made it alot easier to sympathize with her since it wasn't being shoved down my throat. I really don't want to spoil the book, but I th I really really really didn't want to write this review, mostly because I'm 22% into the next book. Holy crapola on a stick. This book was amazeballs. The beginning was a little rough, and I'm not really a fan of the weird names, BUT the plot was really freaking amazing. I did like that Lyric didn't spend too much time whining and moaning about her situation, it made it alot easier to sympathize with her since it wasn't being shoved down my throat. I really don't want to spoil the book, but I thought I knew what was going on only it turns out I didn't. There was a HUGE twist that I didn't see coming. It was nice that the book didn't end on a total cliffhanger, but there is definitely plenty resolved. I'm really glad that I decided to request this whole series, because I would have been so mad if I didn't have the next one ready. That's really all I have to say about it for now, mostly because I'm DYYYYYYING to get back to the second book.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Cyndel Schafer

    Received from Lovers Of Paranormal in exchange for an honest review. Omg I loved this book. It is written in the voice of Lyric the veilwalker. I love how she describes all of the characters. Gemma, her ghost cracked me up. The author made me feel everything she was feeling from anger,and lust to sadness and confusion. I can not wait to get my hands on the next book in this trilogy.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jason Crawford

    Today, I am reviewing the Paranormal story Into the Veil by Jennifer R. McDonald. This is a story in which the world is peopled, in part, by mages who have different abilities – there are conjurors, who can summon objects from other places, there are sirens, who can command the minds of others…and there are also veilwalkers, or gravewalkers, who can leave their bodies and cross into the realms of the dead. I give this book a 4.5/5. Here is my breakdown. Characters: 5/5. Oh, my, God. Did Jennifer Today, I am reviewing the Paranormal story Into the Veil by Jennifer R. McDonald. This is a story in which the world is peopled, in part, by mages who have different abilities – there are conjurors, who can summon objects from other places, there are sirens, who can command the minds of others…and there are also veilwalkers, or gravewalkers, who can leave their bodies and cross into the realms of the dead. I give this book a 4.5/5. Here is my breakdown. Characters: 5/5. Oh, my, God. Did Jennifer find these people in real life and transcribe their story or something? Each and every character she introduced in this novel felt as real as if I had known them myself. From the twin veilwalkers Lincoln and Lyric to the Hathor family and even Roman himself, the motivations of each were passionate, real, visceral…and they compelled me to read on. Plot/Storyline: 5/5. Wow. I can only hope that some people find my stories as intriguing as I found this one. Jennifer has developed an in-depth magical society with cohesive and understandable rules, powers, and inclinations. The story never dragged, never felt slow, simply pushed me on and on until, when I reached the end, I had to find if there was a sequel. P.S. There is! Flow: 5/5. The story flowed, and flowed well. I was never confused, never distracted. Even when I found issues with spelling or grammar (the next section), the novel was so well put together and structured that I simply noted and moved on, never pulled away from the magic of Jennifer’s world. Spelling/Grammar: 3/5. As is often the case, this is where Into the Veil fell short. Jennifer seems to have had an issue with apostrophes and homophones (words that sound the same but are spelled differently). Fortunately, in addition to being the most common issue I see, it is also the most easily corrected, and another edit pass-over or two will fix everything. Overall: 4.5/5. Absolutely amazing. I have been fortunate to read many new and excellent authors recently, and this story exemplifies that trend. Jennifer has built a world that I enjoy, characters that I care about, and has done so with finesse and aplomb. The world is watching, Jennifer – don’t let us down!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Eva Vanrell

    My rating is actually a 3.5/5 stars Into the Veil by Jennifer R. McDonald is a fast-paced, enjoyable read that keeps you engaged from beginning to end. The story follows Lyric and Lincoln Yama, teenage twins who have been on the run most of their lives, living in hiding from the magical world they were born into. Like their mother, the Yama twins are Veilwalkers, an almost extinct race of warlocks capable of separating their spirits from their bodies and stepping into the world between life and d My rating is actually a 3.5/5 stars Into the Veil by Jennifer R. McDonald is a fast-paced, enjoyable read that keeps you engaged from beginning to end. The story follows Lyric and Lincoln Yama, teenage twins who have been on the run most of their lives, living in hiding from the magical world they were born into. Like their mother, the Yama twins are Veilwalkers, an almost extinct race of warlocks capable of separating their spirits from their bodies and stepping into the world between life and death. This gift makes them a rare commodity and puts them at risk of capture or death. For over a decade, they have successfully evaded their kind with the help of their father, until the day Charles Hathor, the leader of a powerful coven, comes barreling into their lives. Jennifer R. McDonald has created an entertaining world filled with vivid and likable characters. The pace of the story was spot on. The imagery was strong, and yet subtle at the right times. While I enjoyed the main characters, I have to give it to the supporting cast on this one; some of Jennifer’s descriptions are still floating around in my mind, weaving the loveliest of pictures, and that is precisely the kind of impression I look for in a book. The only reason I couldn’t rate this book a 4 out of 5 stars is because of the errors in spelling, punctuation and grammar. With a good edit, this book would be a solid 4 stars.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl La Pa

    I absolutely loved Into the Veil. It had everything that I look for in a great read – plenty of action, sizzling romance, strong compelling characters and is well written with an original, engrossing plot. Lyric and her brother Lincoln are veilwalkers (ones who can cross the veil into the parallel world of the dead) who are kidnapped and forced work for a powerful clan. Suddenly, Lyric’s world is not so black and white. She has to decide who to believe and who to trust – her life and her brother I absolutely loved Into the Veil. It had everything that I look for in a great read – plenty of action, sizzling romance, strong compelling characters and is well written with an original, engrossing plot. Lyric and her brother Lincoln are veilwalkers (ones who can cross the veil into the parallel world of the dead) who are kidnapped and forced work for a powerful clan. Suddenly, Lyric’s world is not so black and white. She has to decide who to believe and who to trust – her life and her brother’s depend on it! I found the world within the veil to be refreshingly different and loved how the author wove many different paranormal creatures into her paranormal world (there are mages, vampires, werewolves and fae). I loved the unique, close-knit bond between Lyric and Lincoln and thought the displaced ghost, Gemma, was fascinating and loveable. I loved how the author portrayed the dynamics within each family and how even though they had their sometime very vocal disagreements, they still loved and supported each other. Into the Veil kept me engaged and on the edge of my seat throughout. I can’t wait to dive into the next book and continue the journey with Lyric and her brother. Highly recommended.

  11. 4 out of 5

    J.S.

    This is an engaging and wholly entertaining read. Plunging straight into the action, it had me gripped from the get go. The pacing throughout is spot on -neither overwhelming nor dull, and it's undulating flow makes for an awesome ride. The world created is fresh and complex (of which this first of the trilogy gives but a glimpse into; there's a lot more to discover and I am so looking forward to discovering it). For me, though, the characters are what really make it so wonderful. Each and every This is an engaging and wholly entertaining read. Plunging straight into the action, it had me gripped from the get go. The pacing throughout is spot on -neither overwhelming nor dull, and it's undulating flow makes for an awesome ride. The world created is fresh and complex (of which this first of the trilogy gives but a glimpse into; there's a lot more to discover and I am so looking forward to discovering it). For me, though, the characters are what really make it so wonderful. Each and every one of them is well drawn out and utterly believable with their own motivations, passions and baggage built from unique experiences, environment and relationships. Lyric is a superb narrator (I love a fiesty smartass). Her tight bond to Lincoln, complicated emotions for Aidan and awkward relations with everyone else made hers an intriguing head to journey through in. A few issues with spelling, punctuation and grammar but not so many as to detract from what is an excellent story. Already started book 2 :)

  12. 4 out of 5

    Bridget

    I received this novel in exchange for an honest review (LoP or Lovers of Paranormal). This novel is a wonderful beginning to a very good series. It is the type of novel that leaves you wondering what will happen next. What will they do now? I like the beginning because instead of overloading you with a bunch of background information, the author starts off rough with some action thrown in. I really enjoyed reading this fast paced novel.

  13. 4 out of 5

    David Torres

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This review has spoilers because in order to pick apart this masterpiece of a book, I need to reveal some elements of the book. The beginning was quite curious. It started off about the twins having a ghost only they can see. Cheesy! I thought, but it was a good kind of cheesy because it is just so interesting. Sure that may be in many other books, but only because it's so entertaining. But here is the twist. The twins are veil walkers and they enthralled a ghost. Cheesy? Not at all. In fact thi This review has spoilers because in order to pick apart this masterpiece of a book, I need to reveal some elements of the book. The beginning was quite curious. It started off about the twins having a ghost only they can see. Cheesy! I thought, but it was a good kind of cheesy because it is just so interesting. Sure that may be in many other books, but only because it's so entertaining. But here is the twist. The twins are veil walkers and they enthralled a ghost. Cheesy? Not at all. In fact this is quite the original idea. I have NEVER heard of something like this before. And the fact that Gemma, the enthralled ghost, is so spunky and rude just makes me like her(ironic right?). So Lyric. The name... OMG <333 I absolutely find the name unique and captivating. It's so exotic and mystical and I LOVE IT. She seems to be the shy one of the group. The dominant twin being Lincoln. But as the story progress, I can't seem to tell who is the dominant one. Lyric matured and grew stronger. Being headstrong and bluntly honest really accelerated her growth too, since it honestly got her into a buttload of trouble. Lincoln. He is smart, tactful, and the smooth talker of the duo (or trio if you include Gemma). I would have said he was the most mature and responsible out of the two at the beginning, but by the time the book was ended. I think Lyric is the one with that role because she has so much knowledge and with the knowledge she has, she is trying to make the best choice for the both of them. What if their father really is their mother's killer? What if Roman is just the best liar ever? What if Charles is the evil Roman deems him to be? The creative writing within the novel was exceptional. I can picture the scene accurately and beautifully. Aiden and Lyric. Even though I would very much like to be Lyric's one true love. I like Aiden and Lyric an item. The attraction is undeniable between them. And their little love scenes are so cute! That's some top notch romance there, and it didn't have to get all hot and steamy. One thing I find that most indie authors, myself included, cannot seem to completely master, are surprising twists in the story. Most books I read are predictable, but they are still enjoyable. But Jennifer here, has MASTERED the art of plot twists. First was that Charles and the Hathor family aren't really the evils Lyric and Lincoln were made to believe. I was expecting a hell or living torture for the twins. But it was interesting to see how that surprising twist affected the twins's behavior. Next, wa than Roman Tyr is not the bad guy. WHAT?!!! after making Roman look like Satan incarnate for 87% of the book, I believed it. And that genius of a plot twist was so perfect I did NOT know what to expect of the book. Roman surprisinlgy, seems cordial, honest, and every member of the Tyrs all care about Lyric and have known her mother very well. But as if that plot twist was not enough, now their own father could have the killer?! WHAT!!! *head explosion* That accusation also had facts to back up their claim! Poor Lyric. SHe is one tough cookie to hold herself together through those massive plot twists. If she could talk, Lyric would ask Jennifer "WHY OH WHY DO YOU MAKE ME SUFFER LIKE THIS!" And the ending. It doesn't really leave off with a cliff hanger. Instead we are left with a very annoying question that has been constantly niggling me for the whole hour finishing the novel. And even through writing this review, the question of "WHAT THE FREAK IS GOING TO HAPPEN NEXT?!" Is killing me. I am glad to know there is a sequel already out and published and I thank Jennifer dearly for sending me the second installment of her series for free in order for me to review it. It honestly seems more of a favor she is doing for me rather than me to her. I JUST WANT TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENS! The only slightly negative comment I have is this. Lyric and Lincoln are trained fighters. THey have been trained since a young age to fight like badasses and in the training room she proved she is skilled in throwing knives. I would have liked to see Lincoln and Lyric in some action scenes. where they actually put their skill to the test. Hopefully I will see some of that in book 2. Thank you Jennifer for letting me review your book. Out of all the indie books I've read, there haven't been many authors to receive a rating this high for their books. Congratulations on a fine book. FIVE STARS!!!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Tanya

    I got this book in exchange for an honest review. Here goes: Into the Veil is an engaging young adult novel that makes use of the conventions of the genre in a way that creates a convincing and immersive world. The story follows Lyric Yama and her twin brother, Lincoln, as they find themselves separated from their father and thrust into the world of warlocks—a world which they are a part of by birth. As Veilwalkers, the twins are able to cross between the realms of the living and the dead, an abi I got this book in exchange for an honest review. Here goes: Into the Veil is an engaging young adult novel that makes use of the conventions of the genre in a way that creates a convincing and immersive world. The story follows Lyric Yama and her twin brother, Lincoln, as they find themselves separated from their father and thrust into the world of warlocks—a world which they are a part of by birth. As Veilwalkers, the twins are able to cross between the realms of the living and the dead, an ability which makes them very much sought after by others to work as spies. I’ve divided the review into three parts: the strengths of the novel, the problematic parts I wish had been handled a little differently, and things I would like to see more of. Another thing: I’ve seen some reservations about the ‘villains’ of the story—I’d say stick with the trilogy, it’s better developed in the subsequent books. The strength of the book stems mostly from character construction and the relationships the characters have with one another. These things were particularly done well. The family unit: Lyric, Lincoln, Jack; interesting change in dynamics, the care they have for each other, the instinctive us-against-the-world mentality and behaviour because of their situation—as we will see later in the novel and throughout the trilogy, this isn’t without its flaws and maladaptive behaviour and mentality. Which brings me to the next point: there’s good character construction—most of the cast has their strengths, flaws and insecurities, they make the right choices, the wrong choices. Aiden is a nice change from the cool and mysterious stereotype—he stands on his own merits. The characters from different families have their own loyalties and emotional investment, this makes them believable, the characters’ motivations were well thought out and convincing. Gemma is another favourite character—a good contrast to the family unit. In general, I like the humour: ‘You are a disturbed individual, Brother.’ and the vocabulary of the walkers, the way they perceive the world that is specific to their abilities, e.g. being used to ghosts others and gruesome deaths, and the way they grew up on the run. Also, there are different names for the walkers that reveal peoples’ attitudes towards them—a nice addition. There are a few issues that I found problematic, not so much because these things take place in the novel, but they could be executed in a more effective way: 1) I enjoyed the romance, but am not quite convinced (in this book). Fast-paced, the change in emotions, from the male character especially, seems abrupt. This works much better in the subsequent books. 2) The concept of beauty, and the emphasis that Lyric (and Lincoln)’s was especially unique, peoples’ reaction to it. There’s a particular story pertinent to this that doesn’t sit right with me. 3) There are some phrases that disrupted my enjoyment of the story: ‘I couldn’t see. Literally. I was blind.’, ‘I was a proverbial rock. No one could get beneath my hard shell.’ and ‘Calm down, Lyric. When did you become such a girl.’ The sexist comment in particular made me cringe. Finally, I would like to see more details about the royals, some integration of humans and people with magic: more reason for their animosity than’ they hate us because they are afraid of us.’ More on the relationship and treatment of the body: ‘bones’ and ‘meat suit’, it would be nice to see this further developed alongside the idea of beauty as well. When I finished this book, instead of dutifully writing a review for it, I scrambled to get my hands on the second and third books. I would definitely recommend them.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    **I received this book in exchange for an honest review (LoP or Lovers of Paranormal) Goodreads.com** An awesome book that I couldn't put down. I loved this book from start to end, by an author I had never even heard of before, well all I can say is I will look out for books by this author in future as well as the rest of this series. The main character Lryic is a sixteen year old girl with the ability to move through the veil (limbo) and view the restless spirits. Her and her brother Lincoln hav **I received this book in exchange for an honest review (LoP or Lovers of Paranormal) Goodreads.com** An awesome book that I couldn't put down. I loved this book from start to end, by an author I had never even heard of before, well all I can say is I will look out for books by this author in future as well as the rest of this series. The main character Lryic is a sixteen year old girl with the ability to move through the veil (limbo) and view the restless spirits. Her and her brother Lincoln have been on the run with their father since the death of their mother until their father is kidnapped and they are forced into using their gifts to serve a family. I loved Lryic who seemed at the start to be a quiet, yet sassy girl who dished out attitude whenever she could however despite her strong appearance you are still aware that this girl is vulnerable having never been kissed due to her life on the run. All in all Lryic is a greatly deep character with strengths and pitfalls like any teenage girl who overall has a lot of developing to do and I for one can't wait to read more about her. Secondary characters I felt noteworthy include Lincoln, Lryic's brother, Grace the ghost and Aiden the boy that shares Lryic's first kiss. Lincoln for the majority of this book was injured due to a car accident in the first few chapters but I loved that this didn't stop him from being an overprotective brother. Grace, was a real asset to both Lryic and Lincoln in this book, I'm still not entirely sure who enthralled her but I don't think they know either. And Aiden, like all male characters I would fall for seems to seriously mix up Lryic's emotions by running hot and cold all the time rather than sticking with a feeling- I can't wait to see how this relationship with Lryic progresses in the rest of the series. The pacing was brilliant giving us plenty of time to get to know the characters and what was needed of them in order to complete their 'task'. There is also a major twist and an ending that leaves us wanting more. The storyline was original and punchy mixing in all the great bits about the book, the characters, setting and serving it up in a thrilling storyline that kept me up until the wee hours of the morning and turning me into the one more chapter monster. I was hooked on this book from chapter one and can't wait to read more about these unique characters. 5 stars. A great read.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sakina

    I received this book in exchange for an honest review from LoP. This book was Amazing. With enough drama, sarcasm, suspense and romance this book was unputdownable. Lyric along with her brother Lincoln and her father has been on the run from warlocks and witches for over a decade. They have managed doing so pretty well until one day they come home only to find their father kidnapped and an un-trustworthy warlock with a proposition for them. In order to free their father they have to go with him I received this book in exchange for an honest review from LoP. This book was Amazing. With enough drama, sarcasm, suspense and romance this book was unputdownable. Lyric along with her brother Lincoln and her father has been on the run from warlocks and witches for over a decade. They have managed doing so pretty well until one day they come home only to find their father kidnapped and an un-trustworthy warlock with a proposition for them. In order to free their father they have to go with him and do what he requires of them. Having no other option Lyric and her brother agree. And from there the story gets really exciting. I liked Lyric. She doesn't sit around and mope all the time. She knows she has come to dangerous place and doesn't foolishly trust anyone. She has few moments of weakness but they are understandable. But for most part she doesn't whine or mope around. Lyric is sarcastic, with a sense of humor but she is also very blunt which doesn't make her very likeable to the people she has to stay with until she completes her job and gets her father back. But she isn't bothered because she isn't interested in making friends. But obviously no YA novel or mostly any YA novel can go without a romance and more likely a forbidden one. Here the romance is not much of a forbidden one, but given the circumstances it is. Though Lyric is not stupid and does not fall immediately for Aiden. There wasn't any insta-love and best of all NO LOVE TRIANGLE!!! Aiden was well, I don't know what to say about him. He was hot without question. He wasn't overly cocky and whatever he felt showed on his face. He had a dangerous glint to him, which made him appealing. The relationship between him and Lyric was hot and cold. The relationship between Lyric and her brother reminded me Hansel and Gretel. They cared about each other deeply and protected each other. They were each others best friend and confidant. I liked Gemma too even though she complained a lot, she was fun to have around. And along the book you realize she isn't as cold-hearted as she pretends to be. This book overall was really great. I was really happy to have received a copy of it. I am certainly looking forward to read the next book in the Veilwalker trilogy

  17. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    Into the Veil is the story of Lyric and her twin brother Lincoln, both young veil walkers - rare supernaturals who have the ability to leave their physical bodies and cross over to the veil or purgatory if you will and commune with the ghosts there. They are rare because they are the perfect spies - able to go anywhere in the veil undetected and watch the world of the living without anyone the wiser. In a world fill of conveying supernatural covens they are prize that has been virtually hunted a Into the Veil is the story of Lyric and her twin brother Lincoln, both young veil walkers - rare supernaturals who have the ability to leave their physical bodies and cross over to the veil or purgatory if you will and commune with the ghosts there. They are rare because they are the perfect spies - able to go anywhere in the veil undetected and watch the world of the living without anyone the wiser. In a world fill of conveying supernatural covens they are prize that has been virtually hunted almost to the point of extinction - wanted to utilize their powers or killed to stop others from having it. Lyric and Lincoln have been on the run since for the past 10 years since they were six years old, with only their father and each other to protect them. They rely on secrecy, on no one finding them to survive. Their lives are about to become a lot more complicated. I received this in exchange for an honest review from the author which in no way affects my opinion of the book. In truth I absolutely loved this. Lyric is an amazing character. She is such a strong female character. She is brash, and outspoken yet innocent and empathic at the same time. It is wonderful and a bit heartbreaking watching her grow as a character throughout this ride. And what a ride it is. Again this is a world filled with such intrigue and mystery. There is so much action, surprisingly without a lot of battles and the like given how volatile this world is. I loved the interactions between Lyric and Aiden. I was so intrigued by the people we meet in the Tyr family. And I want to know more about them. So much more. This is filled with so many twists and turns you cannot help but race through it. But it is so wonderfully written you will want to linger and then read again. I think readers of Jim Butcher, Kim Harrison and Holly Black would absolutely love this. And i cannot wait to read the next installment

  18. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Robinson

    *All spoilers removed* I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Now onto the more exciting... This book took me by surprise. It has many of the magical elements and creatures I've come to know from reading my fair share of Paranormal novels. The book begins by jolting the reader into the world of Lyric and her brother Lincoln as it is being turned upside down. After years on the run, their worst fears seem to unfold all at once before the reader can really tell wha *All spoilers removed* I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Now onto the more exciting... This book took me by surprise. It has many of the magical elements and creatures I've come to know from reading my fair share of Paranormal novels. The book begins by jolting the reader into the world of Lyric and her brother Lincoln as it is being turned upside down. After years on the run, their worst fears seem to unfold all at once before the reader can really tell what it means or what their world is even about! But defiantly do not let this discourage you!! Keep reading... The book does explain most things very well. The main characters are very like able. It seemed to me that the only character that seems fully defined in this book is Lyric, but that is only because this novel focuses mainly on her. The amount of mystery, suspense, action, and laughter made for a great two day read!! (And that is only because I was under the weather). The only downside I can seem to pin point is that some of the conversation especially at the beginning seemed drawn out and childish. But the book is dealing with 16 yr olds at its center. My other problem is that of Lyrics main conflict (you hear of it in the start and it is more of the focus in the end). The issue I have is that with her and her brothers ability I can see a few ways that this could be worked out that the character is missing or the author has for now skimmed by. But only time will tell. Overall was a great new read and "the veil" seems to be an exciting new place to explore. The series certainly has my attention and I will be looking forward to the next book!! R2R for LoP https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...

  19. 4 out of 5

    Katy H

    This book was provided to me by the author, free of charge, in exchange for my unbiased review. My actual rating is closer too 4.75 stars, but why not just round up if for nothing other than sheer and utter creativity? Maybe there exists something out there similar to this, but I've not read it. Jennifer must be a veilwalker and I a ghost because I am absolutely enthralled by this! Seriously, this was a really fun, quite original story and I greatly enjoyed it! There was the occasional editorial er This book was provided to me by the author, free of charge, in exchange for my unbiased review. My actual rating is closer too 4.75 stars, but why not just round up if for nothing other than sheer and utter creativity? Maybe there exists something out there similar to this, but I've not read it. Jennifer must be a veilwalker and I a ghost because I am absolutely enthralled by this! Seriously, this was a really fun, quite original story and I greatly enjoyed it! There was the occasional editorial error, but nothing that ruined the book for me. I was really interested in the whole concept of "veilwalking" since I love ghost stories and I find Lyric and Lincoln to be very likeable. I also really like Gemma though she can be a pain. I think I'd be a pain in that situation too...and of course Aiden and Darian are dreamy. (Do people still say that? Well, they definitely write it. I can tell 'cause I'm a person and I literally just wrote it 23 words ago. (24 if you count "I'm" as 2 words, but I digress.) I'm very interested to find out what happens in the 2nd installment of the series! (view spoiler)[Who killed the twins' mom? Was it Roman, their own father (Jack), or someone else entirely (possibly Charles or that horrid juggernaut?) and will they at least find her in the veil? What, is she hiding/hidden from them or something? (Gosh, who do we know who's an expert at hiding people?) (hide spoiler)] So many questions...I wish I could afford to buy the sequels right now! Alas, I'm broke as per usual. *le sigh* I'll come back for you, my lovelies! *I have since purchased the trilogy via Kindle Books - hooray!*

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ember Shane

    Deliciously addicting. I found it near impossible to put this book down, opting to forego a few day to day responsibilities in favor of reading the next chapter. Into the Veil follows Lyric, a type of witch referred to as a veilwalker, and her twin brother, Lincoln, as they learn to navigate their way through some sticky situations. In Lyric's world, there are several classifications of witches, as well as other paranormal beings. Lyric, Lincoln, and their father have been on the run for years, Deliciously addicting. I found it near impossible to put this book down, opting to forego a few day to day responsibilities in favor of reading the next chapter. Into the Veil follows Lyric, a type of witch referred to as a veilwalker, and her twin brother, Lincoln, as they learn to navigate their way through some sticky situations. In Lyric's world, there are several classifications of witches, as well as other paranormal beings. Lyric, Lincoln, and their father have been on the run for years, hiding from all of them for fear of being assassinated for what they are. Or even worse in Lyric's mind - enslaved and used for their powers. When the Hathor family coven succeeds in capturing her father, Lyric and her brother are blackmailed into serving the Hathors as spies against their enemy. Of course, things turn especially complicated when Lyric finds herself inexcusably drawn toward Aiden, the middle Hathor son and her co-abductor. While the novel does need some editing work done, this is easily overlooked for its sheer awesomeness of plot, characters, and pacing. McDonald's writing style is superb. I find it hard to believe Into the Veil is her first published novel. Upon finishing the last chapter, I immediately purchased the second in the series, Through the Gloom, and am more than a little elated to find out the third book in the series is forthcoming. Five stars! -But only because I can't give it 6.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kristen Chandler

    I received this book in exchange for an honest review (Lovers of Paranormal book group). Lincoln and Lyric are 16 year old twins. They are also veilwalkers. What does that mean? It means that they can crossover to the other side, through "the veil" and walk among the dead. Specifically, dead spirits that have not moved on and are stuck wandering around in a sort of purgatory. Creepy? Definitely. Even creepier still is the fact that they brought a spirit back with them one of the times they cross I received this book in exchange for an honest review (Lovers of Paranormal book group). Lincoln and Lyric are 16 year old twins. They are also veilwalkers. What does that mean? It means that they can crossover to the other side, through "the veil" and walk among the dead. Specifically, dead spirits that have not moved on and are stuck wandering around in a sort of purgatory. Creepy? Definitely. Even creepier still is the fact that they brought a spirit back with them one of the times they crossed over. But having a dead tag a long friend is the least of their troubles. The twins are manipulated into helping a powerful warlock who is at war with a powerful vampire. And their father is missing. The author delivers an exciting paranormal adventure, with plenty of action, suspense, humor and just a dash of romance. The characters are very well developed. I was a big fan of both Lincoln and Lyric. I never could bring myself to like Charles or Dash, but I did develop a soft spot for Aiden and Darian. And Gemma, the dead girl they brought back from the veil, was HILARIOUS. Their were a few grammatical errors and typos, BUT the storyline was so good that they were easy to overlook. I enjoyed it enough that I turned around and bought book 2 in the series. I cant wait to read it! I give this book 4 and a half out of 5 stars. Well done, Ms. McDonald!!!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Trista-leah Kadar

    *I received this book in exchange for an honest review (lovers of paranormal) Where to begin. I can't wait to read the next book. Right from the start I was drawn into the world of lyric and Lincoln and their battle for survival. They are twins from a very long kind of a very rare mythical sages called veilwalkers. I felt like I was with them the entire book after being kidnapped and having their taken from them then being blackmailed into helping an enemy coven for the return of their father. All *I received this book in exchange for an honest review (lovers of paranormal) Where to begin. I can't wait to read the next book. Right from the start I was drawn into the world of lyric and Lincoln and their battle for survival. They are twins from a very long kind of a very rare mythical sages called veilwalkers. I felt like I was with them the entire book after being kidnapped and having their taken from them then being blackmailed into helping an enemy coven for the return of their father. All lyric wants is a normal life but what is a normal life when you have been on the run your entire life and seen as an outsider due to their unique beauty. I really enjoyed Gemma, the enthralled sprit that lyric brings back from the veil on one of her missions seeking information on the murder of their mother. Gemma brings an element of comedy to bleak natures of being kidnapped. In all I loved the book. If you enjoy all that is paranormal this book has it all. Seers, vampires, warlocks and so much more. Once you pick it up it will be hard to tear yourself away.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Natasha

    I received this book in exchange for an honest review (LoP or Lovers of Paranormal) This was a strange book, the beginning was very abrupt you were plunged straight in and was expected to understand what was happening I hung in there and I'm glad I did I found that the book was fast past characters were interesting. The storyline was enjoyable although I found that some times the wrong word had been put in to a sentence which just made me laugh. I read this book in a week and I would say I'm a sl I received this book in exchange for an honest review (LoP or Lovers of Paranormal) This was a strange book, the beginning was very abrupt you were plunged straight in and was expected to understand what was happening I hung in there and I'm glad I did I found that the book was fast past characters were interesting. The storyline was enjoyable although I found that some times the wrong word had been put in to a sentence which just made me laugh. I read this book in a week and I would say I'm a slow reader. After reading this book I has mad me want to read the next book in the series's which means I have been hooked. I'm not going to give you a snoop ice of the story as it's already out there for you to find I will say stick with it the beginning is a bit confusing but I know it was done to build suspense and interest in the chair tour back grounds. All in all a good fast read some good love connections and twist and turns x

  24. 4 out of 5

    Becky Johnson

    Jennifer R. McDonald has written an interesting and page-turning YA novel. The first sentence hooks you and the book flies by. She does a great job with world building by giving you just enough information without giving too much. It also helps that the main character is learning about the world as well as the readers so that the world building seems very natural. There are some minor grammatical errors and unclear sentences. A few times I had to read a sentence more than once to figure out what Jennifer R. McDonald has written an interesting and page-turning YA novel. The first sentence hooks you and the book flies by. She does a great job with world building by giving you just enough information without giving too much. It also helps that the main character is learning about the world as well as the readers so that the world building seems very natural. There are some minor grammatical errors and unclear sentences. A few times I had to read a sentence more than once to figure out what was actually happening. The book also ends with a lot of loose ends which I personally find frustrating. I don't like it when each book in a trilogy can't stand on its own. That is just personal taste though and I am sure many others do like that. Overall I really enjoyed Into the Veil and look forward to reading the second book. I would certainly recommend this book to anyone who is a YA or fantasy fan.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lanie (Lanies Book Thoughts)

    Into the Veil was a wonderful YA story with solid characters, vivid places and a great plot. Our heroine is Lyric, a teenager who happens to have a rare gift. She's able to walk through the veil, as is her brother Lincoln, they can wander through the world without being seen and learn things others can't. Besides veilwalkers there are mages and other types of magic users who inhabit the world. In the book, Lyric and her brother are introuble of being captured because of their rare gift and how u Into the Veil was a wonderful YA story with solid characters, vivid places and a great plot. Our heroine is Lyric, a teenager who happens to have a rare gift. She's able to walk through the veil, as is her brother Lincoln, they can wander through the world without being seen and learn things others can't. Besides veilwalkers there are mages and other types of magic users who inhabit the world. In the book, Lyric and her brother are introuble of being captured because of their rare gift and how useful it could be. This story is fast paced and quick to get to the point. There aren't any dwelling points, the author does a great job of connecting everything together. I'd definitely recommend to YA fans, this is a fresh idea with great world building and great characters. This story does contain lots of laughs and "hah" moments. I received this book in exchange for an honest review, courtesy of LoP.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Amber-marie

    I was given this book from the author and from Lovers of paranormal in exchange for an honest review. So I have been sitting here and stewing over what I want to say about this review on this book. I think I might have finally figured it out so I'm just going to start. To begin with this is an excellent start of a series. The book itself is fast paced, but not to fast paced if you know what I mean. The characters and their development were very very well done, you get to know their personalities I was given this book from the author and from Lovers of paranormal in exchange for an honest review. So I have been sitting here and stewing over what I want to say about this review on this book. I think I might have finally figured it out so I'm just going to start. To begin with this is an excellent start of a series. The book itself is fast paced, but not to fast paced if you know what I mean. The characters and their development were very very well done, you get to know their personalities and their feelings along with who they really are. The plot of this book is also fantastic and quite unique, its not every day you get to read about living grim reapers. Now because this is a fantasy/paranormal based book I kind of expected a little bit more in that aspect, but that being said its a fantastic book and I'm excited to read the other 2 in the series.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kat Nicholson

    I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Lyric is a Veilwalker: this means she can move back and forth between the land of the living and the land of the dead - The Veil. She's also on the run with her family. From all kinds of threats. I loved this book. It was a fun, energetic read. The story twisted and turned, but wasn't hard to follow. Even with all the twisting and twining relationships and allegiances, it was just fun to read. Lyric, the main character, was awesome. I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Lyric is a Veilwalker: this means she can move back and forth between the land of the living and the land of the dead - The Veil. She's also on the run with her family. From all kinds of threats. I loved this book. It was a fun, energetic read. The story twisted and turned, but wasn't hard to follow. Even with all the twisting and twining relationships and allegiances, it was just fun to read. Lyric, the main character, was awesome. She was witty, sarcastic, petulant and made mistakes. She was so typically 17. It was very refreshing. I loved that she met a boy, but he didn't become the be all and end all of her existence, like some YA romance books. I ended up reading the entire Veilwalker trilogy in two days, I highly recommend them all. 5 well deserved stars from me.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Yolanda Ramos

    The positives. I loved this story from beginning to end. A tale about Lyric and her twin Lincoln, both Veilwalkers, who have the ability to cross over into the ghost realm. The story also includes warlocks who have different skills, seers, vampires, fairies and werewolves. Each character is unique and well developed. The plot line is also well done. The negatives. Grammar, punctuation and typos are an issue and this book would benefit from a thorough edit. Sometimes present tense and past tense a The positives. I loved this story from beginning to end. A tale about Lyric and her twin Lincoln, both Veilwalkers, who have the ability to cross over into the ghost realm. The story also includes warlocks who have different skills, seers, vampires, fairies and werewolves. Each character is unique and well developed. The plot line is also well done. The negatives. Grammar, punctuation and typos are an issue and this book would benefit from a thorough edit. Sometimes present tense and past tense are confused. However, having said that, the story line captivated me, so much that as soon as I finished this book, I bought the next one in the series.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Katie Beitz

    There was a lot that I enjoyed about this book. The premise was original and interesting, and the plot moved along quickly. Back story and characterization were done with skill and the relationships between characters were engaging. As a secondary English teacher, I know that teenagers (in particular girls) would enjoy this novel. This is one of the most enjoyable indie books I've read recently. The author should be congratulated on a good read. It would have been a five star read, but for one t There was a lot that I enjoyed about this book. The premise was original and interesting, and the plot moved along quickly. Back story and characterization were done with skill and the relationships between characters were engaging. As a secondary English teacher, I know that teenagers (in particular girls) would enjoy this novel. This is one of the most enjoyable indie books I've read recently. The author should be congratulated on a good read. It would have been a five star read, but for one thing. There are some errors in grammar and punctuation that would benefit from being addressed. A good edit and this book would be a five star read!!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Alicia Huxtable

    Lincoln and Lyric are twins......and deathwalkers! They can cross over to the veil where the spirits who haven't crossed over reside. They have been in hiding for 10 years but all that changes when their dad is kidnapped to force their cooperation with a man named Charles. Charles needs Lyric to veilwalk to find a book that the Tyrs clan have stolen......and apparently is also the man who killed their mother. But he has a different version of events. Now Lyric doesn't know who to trust except fo Lincoln and Lyric are twins......and deathwalkers! They can cross over to the veil where the spirits who haven't crossed over reside. They have been in hiding for 10 years but all that changes when their dad is kidnapped to force their cooperation with a man named Charles. Charles needs Lyric to veilwalk to find a book that the Tyrs clan have stolen......and apparently is also the man who killed their mother. But he has a different version of events. Now Lyric doesn't know who to trust except for Lincoln......and it seems no one knows if they can trust her. This book keeps you enthralled the whole time. Very well written

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