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Being a young adult is hard enough, but when you struggle with the issues Ren has to it is almost damn right impossible. She has forgotten her real purpose and has to remember in order to save the world and keep from going off the deep end. The author does a good job of enticing the reader from the very beginning. I kept reading because I just HAD to know what was going on and what would happen next. Ren is a girl that even as an adult I can relate to. She is the kind of person I would like to get to know if this was real life. What impressed me the most about this book was the author’s ability to express dialect and accent in one of her characters. I could totally “hear” him.
Seventeen-year-old Ren Nagel knows that the strange things she’s seen are real–even if no one else believes her. But, when she’s locked up in a psychiatric hospital; she loses hope that anyone will ever truly be on her side. Then everything changes. With the help of a new friend, Ren breaks out. It’s when she’s on the run that she learns who she really is. Hunted by evil, Ren must learn to control a power she never knew she had, organize a coalition of people she never knew existed, and remind humanity why fighting the darkness is a big part of being human. Sometimes, feeling different is much more than just a feeling. For Ren, it means the fate of the world.