Indelible (Yara Silva Trilogy, book 2) by Lani Woodland – book cover, description, publication history. Yara is beginning to understand just how much her life will change now that her Waker abilities have emerged. She has come to terms with the fact that seeing. Popular Series By Lani Woodland. The Yara Silva Trilogy. 2 books in this series. Intrinsical. from: $ #1. Indelible. #2. List View | Grid View. Books by Lani.
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It’s intricate details are amazing – this plot is one of the best one’s I have ever read, so thought out, each “element” fitting precisely in the correct place – Honestly I was not at all sure this book could have a closure, at least not in this “book” if that makes sense – but in a totally awesome way Lani not only pulled things together, she did so with out rushing or making things feel as though they were pulled from left field!
She has been dreading the day when she too would see gho Sixteen-year-old Yara Silva has always known that ghosts walk alongside the living. I will be waiting anxiously for the second installment. There’s whole groups of people out there Yara had no idea about, and she is caught in the middle because she is a very talented and powerful Waker. She also encounters ghosts that seem to be related to a horrible accident that had occured at the school over 60 years ago.
I don’t know, my feelings towards him might change in the next book. Recommended reading for teens and beyond.
They became very important to the story, and they were just as great as Yara and Brent. It was creepy how much they knew about Yara and Brent. Or Elinor Brent Dyer’s Chalet school series? So anyway, back to Intrinsical. We indeljble get along well ; Brent… Oh, boy of my dreams, is cocky. May 01, I’m extremely pleased to say that author Lani Woodland’s debut novel has proven to me that she has quite the knack for storytelling.
I giggled, I felt saddness over the lives lost and I even felt sad in the end for the ‘bad guy’. Stating the obvious here, but the first draft of the book was nothing like indeloble end product.
Published August 20th by Pendrell Publishing first published August 20th Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. Yara soon realizes that the past she was trying to put behind her isn’t going to go quietly. I didn’t get that chance to meet any of my grandparents. Another favorite part to Lani’s books are all the relationships wheather with family or friends. Every single page made me want to keep reading and I hated when I was too busy to do so.
It’s nice to see a levelheaded heroine who has the common sense to think her decisions through and to make hard choices. We will not remove any content for bad language alone, or being critical of a particular book. I am happy to give Indelible 5 stars. I had missed him, needed him She is way more confident and strong than she was in the first book and that brought about a whole new side to her character that I found charming.
Indelible (Yara Silva Trilogy, book 2) by Lani Woodland
At lasts a story about humans but with a touch of fantasy inndelible what readers are craving no matter what. This review was originally posted on my blog, Mindful Musings.
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If you haven’t read Intrinsical, I strongly suggest or more like plead that you pick up Intrinsical first and also Indelible. Many review requests, my own writing… Either way, Woodlabd will remember in the future when a book is calling to me to be read, to drop everything and just read it!
Speaking of relationships, we get to see more of Steve indeliible this book, woodand he has some one liners that leave you busting up laughing. She’s still struggling with what she is. While I enjoyed Yara and Brent so much in this book, there were some other things in the book that ended up frustrating me a bit. I am proud of myself for not sucking it down in a single sitting. Woodland uses s This book is sure to entertain and keep you turning pages until the very end.
I completely enjoyed this unique book and look forward to the next. It felt natural and believable. I had to read twice to make sure, when I encountered a line where Yara says that it is common knowledge in her school that she can see ghosts and I kept thinking, “What?? The story was really interesting and the writing was great. Rate this book Clear rating 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars lai of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars.
Indelible (Yara Silva Trilogy)
Strong, determined, humorous yet stern, Vovo is the backbone to Yara’s past. Good friends also go a long way in making a story strike and the characters of Cheri and Steven were good enough.
Yara is such a great character.
And she’s seems to have it in for Yara. Such a great combination and amazing adventure.