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Published by Garden Gate Press on September 1st 2015
Genres: Supernatural, Young Adult
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Source: The Fantastic Flying Book Club
LIFE IS A NIGHTMARE for Miranda. Without knowing when or why, blood oozes from her palms – an anomaly that makes her feel like a freak. But her abnormality is now the least of her worries. She’s just enrolled at “Suicide High.” Three deaths in three months – one occurring just days before her arrival.
When she bumps into a cute boy named Jake, things don’t appear so glum. Especially since Jake’s a psychic who can predict the immediate future. But his gift of sight can’t prepare her for the horrors that await.
Through Jake, Miranda meets three other extraordinary students:
Topher – who can heal by touch.
Sam – who eats the sins of the dead.
And Xyan – who speaks and understands all languages.
It’s then that Miranda learns the secret behind why she bleeds.
When it becomes evident that supernatural forces are at play, the five determined friends team up. Now it’s up to them to destroy the evil infecting their school.
Why Jake is a perfect book boyfriend
Many readers consider the perfect book boyfriend a swoon-worthy hunk with abs that could stop a speeding bullet. That’s not Jake. But there are plenty of reasons he’s perfect (in an imperfect way).
- He’s a cutie! Adorable in a Paul Rudd sort of way, yet his personality is more like Stiles from the TV series “Teen Wolf.” A little awkward and bumbling at times, but quick and cunning when it counts.
- He’s nonjudgmental. So what if the girl he crushes on bleeds profusely from her palms? Though she’d spent a good part of life gawked at and treated like a freak, Jake doesn’t mind at all.
- He’s witty and quick, and always ready to smooth things over with a quip.
- While he’s a natural leader, he still loves Miranda’s “bossy” side. When she clamps onto his sleeve and drags him along, he willingly follows, finding a subtle charm in it.
- He’s a psychic. Sure, his skills haven’t fully developed, but he tends to comes through when it counts. What teen girl wouldn’t want a boyfriend who could warn her if a teacher has a surprise pop quiz planned?