Sunday, February 10, 2013

The Replacement by Brenna Yovanoff

This the first book written by this author and another new author to add to my many books I've already read. Gentry is a town with a strange secret. There are dead or replacement people that live under the town. Mackie is one of those. He tries to stay in the shadows and out of the way of metals and blood. Something about him is different then others that live in the town.

Tate is a girl that seemed to be a loner, always sitting by herself. But it is understandable because she lost her sister. Roswell is Mackie's friend along with Danny and Drew. Many of the people in town don't pay attention to what really goes on in the town. One day Mackie is out walking around and he sees someone on the bridge and he can smell death. The guy tells him that he's going to die. Mackie doesn't know what to say, all he does is walk away.

Tate tries to talk to Mackie and tries to tell Mackie that the thing they put in the ground wasn't her sister. Mackie doesn't really want to deal with it. Later in the day after he gets home, his sister hands him some kind of Vile and tells him to drink it. After he does, he starts to feel better. What ever the stuff was it was making him feel stronger.

He has Caroline one of his kind take him under the town to meet the Morrigan. She isn't like anyone he's ever met. They talk for ahile and then she calls for Janice to come and give him more of what was in the vile he got before. The Morrigan tells him that nothing is free and that he will have to something for her in return. She also tells him about her sister.

In the end Tate tells Mackie her story and pretty much Mackie knows all about it. He finds out that Tate's real sister is still alive and he's working up a plan to get her back. If you want to know what happens you'll have to read the book. I'll say for a first novel this one is a good story. Will worth reading.

Well, I'm off to start another book. Remember to pick up a good book. You really don't know if your going to like it tell you get farther into it.

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