Wake Unto Me

Wake Unto Me

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When fifteen-year-old Oregonian Caitlyn Monahan earns a scholarship to an exclusive French boarding school, she hopes to escape the terrifying dreams that haunt her, but instead she encounters centuries-old mysteries at the Chateau de la Fortune, where she has a princess for a roommate and she falls in love with a seductive ghost that visits her at night.
Publisher: New York : Speak, 2011
ISBN: 9780142414361
Branch Call Number: CACH
Characteristics: 307 p


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Jul 04, 2012

Interesting. A few things- like Caitlyn's age- didn't make sense to me until the end of the book. Cach challenges the traditional paranormal style of writing, with much success. Good twists, and a lot of surprises.

Jun 16, 2012

This is a great historical fiction story. A delicious gothic suspense/romance to savour and enjoy. Highly recommend.

LifefilledNights Jul 25, 2011

book full of shock and surprise, actually one of my favorite books :)

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Jun 16, 2012

Mahala thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over

LifefilledNights Jul 25, 2011

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Jun 16, 2012

Caitlyn Monahan, a 15-year-old girl who knows she is different from everyone else and always feels misunderstood and alone. She has very vivid, frightening dreams that feel very real to her but in the past, when she told her father and stepmother about them, they thought she was going crazy. Caitlyn is desperate to get away from her small Oregon town and when she gets an unsolicited and fully paid offer to attend an exclusive private school in France, she jumps at the chance for a new start.


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