Author: G. L. Tomas
Published: August 2015
Sterling Wayfairer has one goal for his senior year: make his mark. He’s been slipping into the background his whole high school career—distracted by his mother’s mental health, unsettled by the vivid dreams that haunt him at night, and overshadowed by the athletic accomplishments of his popular best friends. But this year is going to be different. He’s going to break a few rules, have some fun, and maybe even work up the nerve to ask his crush out on a date.
But things don’t go exactly as planned. Students are disappearing, Sterling starts losing time, and it all seems to center around Tetra, a girl no one else seems to notice but him. When he finally tracks her down for answers, they aren’t what he expects: He and Tetra hail from a world called Noba, and they’re being hunted by a Naga, a malevolent shape shifter that’s marked them for destruction.
Tetra and Sterling have distinct abilities that can help them fight back, but their power depends heavily on the strength of their bond, a connection that transcends friendship, transcends romance. Years apart have left their bond weak. Jump starting it will require Sterling to open his heart and his mind and put his full trust in the mysterious Tetra.
If he doesn’t, neither of them will survive.
Where to begin (as all minds want to scream in one time)
For sure i LOVED it!!
The cover is, well… just accurate, not to much, not too little just perfect 🙂
This is a mix of young adult and fantasy genere. We have each of it in proportions that won’t make reader overwhelmed during reading.
Each character has place in this story, all of them has personality and different relationships with each other (which is sometimes very hard to write in good way) 🙂
This story its written in first person (mostly Sterling’s point of view and less Tetra’s). Sterling is a strange character i can’t say I loved him, but for sure i liked him. Tetra is totally different story – i loved her way of being so naive sometimes 🙂 Her dialogues with Sterling or Kip made me lough almost out loud 🙂
The plot goes rather smoothly, i didn’t have problems with understanding it 🙂
I recommend it to people who love Young Adult; interesting characters and very well written plot 🙂