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Wraith She thought that seeing the shadows was a curse Until she saw him Sixteen year old Kali has always seen two sets of people those living now and those who lived before But on her spring break in Hawai

  • Title: Wraith
  • Author: Edie Claire
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 335
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • She thought that seeing the shadows was a curse Until she saw him Sixteen year old Kali has always seen two sets of people those living now, and those who lived before But on her spring break in Hawaii, she is suddenly surrounded by shadows than ever Including one who, unlike the others, can see her too Zane remembers nothing besides surfing the monster wavesShe thought that seeing the shadows was a curse Until she saw him Sixteen year old Kali has always seen two sets of people those living now, and those who lived before But on her spring break in Hawaii, she is suddenly surrounded by shadows than ever Including one who, unlike the others, can see her too Zane remembers nothing besides surfing the monster waves of Oahu s North Shore He doesn t even know how, or when, he died He only knows that Kali s gift could be his last chance to find the light before the mysteries of his past plunge them both into darkness

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    1. Lise *friends don't flag* on said:

      Hands down, eyes blurred- this is one of the best books I have read this year. I am not a big fan of YA even though I have read many books in the genre, but this one knocked-it-out-of-the-ball-park for me. The characters were so beautifully written, their relationship to one another and others so real and touching, the breathtaking setting of the story and the paranormal theme made for a non stop read. Thank-you to author Edie Claire, please be encouraged to write a sequel to this book. I know t [...]

    2. Karla on said:

      4 1/2 Stars! Captivating!! Heartbreaking!! An amazing read and I was impressed. Review to follow

    3. Scott-robert Shenkman on said:

      What words can I possibly say about this book?UNFREAKING AMAZING!COMPLETELY AWESOME!UNBELIEVEABLY FANTASTIC!I bought this book a year ago, and I can’t believe it took me so long to get to.First off, I must say that, had I been in Hawaii, the turtle would have bitten my foot off. That’s just the way my luck goes…OK, I got that out of my system. I just finished the book 5 minutes ago and my heart is still racing. The fact that I am a 46-year old father of a teenager and not a screaming teen [...]

    4. Suzanne on said:

      This was fantastic. I can't believe I never heard of it before, it should be a lot more popular. Kali can see ghosts, but they can't see her and she doesn't interact with them. Until Zane, the hot surfer dude. Kali has gone to Oahu, Hawaii with her parents for a few days to find a house. Her dad is in the military and he is finally being shipped to Hawaii, like she always wanted. Before she met the best friends she ever had in Cheyenne, where she lives now. She is hoping to meet some friends dur [...]

    5. Tamara on said:

      I came across this book by chance and I am glad that I did. I finished it in one day. Wow! What an amazing story. I was capture from the very beginning. The characters were interesting and the plot was refreshing. It was like "6th SENSE" meets "JUST LIKE HEAVEN". Will there be more to Zane and Kalia's story? I hope so! Good clean romance.

    6. Krisi Keley on said:

      Not that often does a book come along where you can say you love every single thing about it, but this was one of those books for me. Thinking it was only going to be a fun, YA paranormal romance, this novel was a great surprise in the most wonderful of ways.Seventeen year old Kali is in Hawaii with her family when, on the beach, she is shocked to discover something new. Not the shadows of dead people she’s been seeing all her life, but a true ghost whom she can speak to and interact with and [...]

    7. Tracey (Life and Literature) on said:

      Let me start by saying that this book needs to be read by lots more people!! I was really surprised by the lack of reviews that it has on . This book is so incredibly awesome!! I loved absolutely every minute that I spent reading this!! It was a book that kept me up long into the early hours of the morning reading it!! I simply couldn't put it down!!Wraith is told from the point of view of Kali, who is in Hawaii with her parents looking for a house so that they can relocate. She has always seen [...]

    8. Jen Blackham on said:

      OK - I zipped right through this one. Quick, easy reading (YA level), I really liked it and I was pretty anxious to find out what was going to happen. I read this in about a day The book started up quickly, Kali (who has always been able to see "shadows" of people who have passed on), sees a shadow (Zane) who can see her too (this is a first). I loved their interactions, Zane had me smiling a lot.I had a faint connection to a movie I'd seen a few years ago I wondered, could this book have a sim [...]

    9. Bumble on said:

      WOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOW!!!!! WHAT IS THE SEQUEL CALLED?!?!?!?!?!? AMAZING! usually im picky with books and find them hard to get into but this book was amazing! I stayed up until 1 am this morning reading before i could go to sleep at a good point to put the book down, but in truth, there was no good point where to put it down! AMAZING!I fell in love with zane and kali!!! Kali is quite like me, curly brown hair, likes what i like and i only hope i can find someone like ZANE! <3PLEASE! WHAT [...]

    10. Melissa Hardy on said:

      WOW! Is all I can say. I just finished Wraith by Edie Claire and I loved every minute of it. It has to be one of the best YA paranormal reads I have read to date. This book is filled with heart and soul. It kept me wanting more even in the end (ahh, the end was wonderful!!). Edie says she would love to follow up with a sequel, and I tell you I can’t wait! How can we get a sequel? Well…. make sure all of your friends read Wraith and let Edie know how much we love it and want to continue the s [...]

    11. Sydney on said:

      Wow. Amazing characters, gorgeous imagery, and a plot to die for. There's only one more thing I can ask for: BRING ON THE SEQUEL!

    12. Jen on said:

      Loved it! I really hope there is a sequel I just have to have more Kali and Zane!

    13. Michele on said:

      Great story & backdropReally a great read. Great characters and can't beat the location! Will want to continue with the series. Will not disappoint.

    14. CathyInboden on said:

      This was a very good series. I loved it. And I think you will too.

    15. Julie on said:

      Although I am no longer considered a YA, I enjoy reading YA books. I just love Wraith. Kali has been able to see what she calls "shadows" ever since she was a young child. She told her parents that she no longer saw them and has kept it a secret for years because they thought there was something psychologically wrong with her. Kali is a junior in high school and goes to Hawaii over spring break because she and her parents will be moving there. While on the beach, she meets Zane, the first shadow [...]

    16. Karen on said:

      This book was a lot of fun—I think that’s the best way I can describe it. It wasn’t too deep or too fluffy; it was just an easy, enjoyable read.Kali is highly likeable—she’s normal, you know? Well, she can see ghosts, so maybe “normal” is the wrong word. Let’s just say she doesn’t have any annoying or strange personality quirks, and she seems like someone I could easily strike up a conversation with. And I liked the balance the author strikes regarding Kali’s ability to see g [...]

    17. Lilmissmolly on said:

      I LOVED Wraith: Hawaiian Shadows. Edie Claire's writing style is very easy to listen to without being "dumbed down." The story centers on Kali, a 17-year old girl from Wyoming who is currently on Spring Break in Hawaii with her parents house-hunting due to her Dad's job transfer. Kali is special - she can see "shadows" of dead people. For the first time, one of the shadows, an 18-year old boy named Zane, can see her too and talk with her.Kali and Zane are both extremely likeable, well developed [...]

    18. Lilmissmolly on said:

      I LOVED Wraith: Hawaiian Shadows. Edie Claire's writing style is very easy to listen to without being "dumbed down." The story centers on Kali, a 17-year old girl from Wyoming who is currently on Spring Break in Hawaii with her parents house-hunting due to her Dad's job transfer. Kali is special - she can see "shadows" of dead people. For the first time, one of the shadows, an 18-year old boy named Zane, can see her too and talk with her.Kali and Zane are both extremely likeable, well developed [...]

    19. sh(e)reader on said:

      I really liked this story while I do enjoy the dystopian stuff, they can get a little depressing. This was a breath of fresh air. While it wasn't all sunshine and roses, it was a "feel good" read, and I think I needed that right now. This is a YA paranormal romance, although it isn't nearly as paranormal as most of the other stuff out there currently. A lot of just normal teenage/high school stuff, with a little "seeing spirits" thrown in. There were some tense moments, emotional moments, and t [...]

    20. Joan on said:

      I shy away from most YA stuff because the characters either come over as asinine idiots with no sense at all, or else they act like thirty-something-year olds with dialogue to match their behaviour and skills that NO normal teenager would have (the classic was the girl who thought nothing of making and using her own walnut stain, killing chickens etc while at the same time being so utterly shy that she couldn't look at a penis or even say the word!)This was different. These characters were wonde [...]

    21. Trisha on said:

      I just loved this book! It is my favorite genre lately- young adult. It is a story about a teenage girl, Kali, a military brat whose family is moving to Hawaii for her senior year of high school. Unlike many "heroines" in the young adult category, Kali is not a whiny, uninteresting, shallow girl. She is actually someone who is very likeable and aware of other's feelings. Speaking of that, she does have a special ability she can see dead people. Enter Zane, a gorgeous, funny surfer dude Kali meet [...]

    22. Charlotte on said:

      Wow! This was an unexpected surprise. I chose this book because of the setting, Hawaii, because we are traveling there next week. After starting the book, I thought I had chosen a teen book since the main character is 17. However, I found myself crying and staying up until 2am to finish it so I guess it can appeal to all age groups.I am NOT a teen or young adult. It is "easy fiction" and great for a beach read.t intellectual. Has a great twist at the end, and I may just order the sequal.

    23. Linda Langford at Chatting About Cozies on said:

      I enjoyed this well-written, sweet contemporary paranormal teen romance/mystery featuring Kali and Zane. It's not just for young adults--it's also for the young at heart! Most of the story takes place in beautiful Oahu, Hawaii, in a beach setting. There isn't a murder, instead, the mystery is all about uncovering Zane's past. The author, Edie Claire, expertly crafted a plot full of surprises. This story stands alone, however; I want to read the next story to see what happens next in Kali and Zan [...]

    24. Scimone Jackson on said:

      I'm feeling kind of sluggish so this won't be a long detailed review, but don't let that take away from the book because it was amazing. I really do hope there is a sequel and i hope it came out yesterday. Maybe in the next book we can dig into the relationship between the two main characters and show the significance of our main heroine's abilitly. And i really really really hope there is no boyfriend girlfriend dramametimes it's nice to have a book that just digs into uncomplicated love. This [...]

    25. Jacek on said:

      4.5 - 5 starsAhhh! Such a good book. I couldn't put it down until now that I'm finished. I loved ALL the characters. Zane was so fun and sweet. Kali was an amazing heroine; passionate, strong-willed and smart. They were really cute together and their scenes were just so lovable and vibrant. The storyline was original and intriguing. I usually avoid ghost stories but this one had great twists and the characters really won me over. The plot was fast paced and I really liked it! Can't wait for the [...]

    26. Sherri on said:

      This was a fun read. This puts a whole different twist on seeing dead people. I am not even sure why I downloaded this book because I am a chicken, but I am so glad that I did. I really liked Kali and Zane. They were really sweet. It was heart wrenching at times, but very sweet. I am just glad the second book is out, because I downloaded it and had it read in a day. Needless to say I haven't gotten much else accomplished the last few days. That makes for happy reading!!!

    27. Marian on said:

      I really liked this book. I got it as a free kindle read from OneHundredFreeBooks, and I did not expect all that much. But it was different than any other fantasy books I have read lately. I think it would appeal to teenage girls as well as adults, as the protagonist is a young woman. She was a great narrator - a good combination of sexy and innocent and unsure. The other characters were also believable. I really liked the premise. It had action, humor, and romance - a good summer read.

    28. Cristal Jatip on said:

      I got this book for free off a but let me just say I would of gladly paid for it. I am so happy I read this book. It was so great! And I really hope there will be a sequel, please say there will be! Zane and Kali were such great characters! I loved them. Their banter back and forth was so funny and comfortable. If you are reading this review the you know I really do suck at writing them lol. All I can say is just read the book and you will not be disappointed

    29. Rose on said:

      This is one of my all-time favorite books!Kali has always seen shades, sort of like ghosts that can't interact with her. But when her family goes to Hawaii, she meets a shade who is surfing, and who starts to speak to her. I won't spoil the story for you, but even people who don't care for fantasy or paranormal fiction will like this; it is super fun!And while it is YA fiction, it is well written, enough that adults can enjoy it too.

    30. Candace on said:

      i read this book in 1 night!!! i fell so in love with zane and his will to live :) if u don't fall in love with this book, there must be something wrong with u. although, i did figure it out quickly what was going on. it reminded me of the movie, the invisible, which i love. i could read this book over and over and that is not something i do. i can't wait for the next book.

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