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  • ISBN: 1423164849
  • ISBN: 9781423164845 (hardback)
  • Physical Description: 307 pages ; 22 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Hyperion, 2013

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General Note: "A Shadowlands novel"--Jacket.
Summary, etc.: "After learning the disturbing truth about her new town, Rory fights to protect her family from a mysterious force interfering with life on Juniper Landing"--

  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2013 October #1
    At the conclusion of Shadowlands (2013), Rory Miller discovered the true nature of the swanky resort island of Juniper Landing: it's a limbo for the deceased to deal with unfinished business before they move on to the Light or to the Shadowlands. This time, Rory finds out that she is one of the Lifers, chosen to usher souls to their final destination. Being a Lifer is a forever thing; Tristan, Rory's enigmatic crush, has been one since 1766. But disturbing changes on the usually changeless island herald a coming evil: one of the Lifers is breaking the rules, sending good souls to undeserved torment in the Shadowlands, and some Lifers think Rory is responsible. This suspenseful sequel further expands the island's mystery and creates some emotional family scenes for Rory; her romantic angst, however, feels out of place among more serious events. Interludes from the rogue Lifer add little of significance to the story, which ends with another cliff-hanger that, though somewhat unsatisfying, will nevertheless create buzz for the third book. Copyright 2013 Booklist Reviews.

Author Notes

Kieran Scott writes under the pseudonym Kate Brian. She is the author of over two dozen teen novels, including the bestselling Private and Privilege series and The Princess and the Pauper, which was an ALA Quick Pick. Kieran has also written numerous books under her own name, including the He's So/She's So and I Was a Non-Blonde Cheerleader trilogies, the first novel of which was nominated as a YALSA Teens Top Ten. Kieran lives in New Jersey with her husband and two young sons.

Subject: Horror tales
South Carolina Juvenile fiction
Islands Juvenile fiction
Single-parent families Juvenile fiction
Sisters Juvenile fiction
Future life Juvenile fiction
Dead Juvenile fiction
JUVENILE FICTION / Horror & Ghost Stories
Horror stories
South Carolina Fiction
Islands Fiction
Single-parent families Fiction
Sisters Fiction
Future life Fiction
Dead Fiction
Genre: Young adult fiction.
Horror tales.
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