Synopsis. Strange things have been happening to Daire Santos. Animals follow her, crows mock her, glowing people appear from nowhere. Worried that Daire’s . See photos of Alyson’s New Mexico research trip for The Soul Seekers. Fated. Fated Book 1. Strange things are happening to Daire Santos. Crows mock her. Title: Fated Author: Alyson Noel Genre: Young Adult Paranormal Release Date: November 13th, Lately strange things have been.
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Thanks for telling us noeel the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Nnoel by Alyson Noel. Until now, he’s existed only in her dreams – but fate is about to bring them together. I shove through the crowd, knocking into girls and bouncing off boys, until one in particular catches me, steadies me. I feel so secure, so at home in his arms.
I melt against his chest-lift alysob gaze to meet his. Gasping when I stare into a pair of icy blue eyes banded by brilliant flecks of Until now, he’s existed only in her dreams – but fate is about to bring them together.
Gasping when I stare into a pair of icy blue eyes banded by brilliant flecks of gold that shine like kaleidoscopes, reflecting my image thousands of times.
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The boy from my dream. The one who died in my arms. Strange things are happening to Daire Santos. Crows mock her, glowing people stalk her, time stops without warning, and a beautiful boy with unearthly blue eyes haunts all her dreams. A woman who recognizes the visions for what they truly are—the call to her destiny as a Soul Seeker—one who can navigate the worlds between the living and dead.
There on the dusty plains of Enchantment, New Mexico, Daire sets out to harness her mystical powers. Now Daire is forced to discover if Dace is the one guy she’s meant to be with Hardcoverpages. Published May 22nd by St. Martin’s Griffin first published The Soul Seekers 1. Enchantment, New Mexico United States. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Fatedplease sign up.
I started reading this book and was very excited by looking at the sypnosis and cover, I also loved the fact that it was linked with spirits and aborignal culture but tbh, the beginning was confusing i didn’t get it at all and why is Daire so snobby? She acts like she’s plain and normal but then says how guys pursue her. I just don’t get the beginning.
Anastasia I think it’s all about small little flings that don’t mean anything. Stars tend to be snobby, and Daire knows from the start that none of the …more I think it’s all about small little flings that don’t mean anything. Stars tend to be snobby, and Daire knows from the start that none of the relationships last after the movie shoots. She believes that she’s just convenient so they choose her. Are Dace and Cade the same characters? Anastasia No, they’re identical twin brothers who couldn’t be more different from each other.
See all 8 questions about Fated…. Lists with This Book. Jul 31, Nic marked it as to-read. I wonder if the main character in this series will be less annoying then Ever. View all 20 comments. To those of you who cringe at her name, though, I can say: Because really, it came to a point where if Meh. Because really, it came to a point where if one more character “gazed” at another, I was going to drop kick a kitten. Holy crap she likes the word gaze. And the answer is, Daire is a Soul Seeker. And can travel through the worlds of the dead and the living.
This is usually the point in the review where I highlight what was good about the book. The only answer I have for that is: It was interesting enough to get me to read, so hooray for potential, Noel.
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It’s bad news alhson you think your narrator talks too much. The characters weren’t anything special. The main problem was that there was very little plot, which translated to very little character development. We didn’t learn anything about the characters. Even the love interest never took off. See, he’s literally the boy of her dreams. She pretty much fell in love with him before she ever met him.
This sucks for the reader because we don’t know him or love him yet. We have to take the author’s word for their chemistry and deep, deep love, because we never get a whiff of it. These two barely talk.
Perhaps the above mentioned rambled style of narrative would not have grated quite as much if there were a meatier plot in between it. I mean, I went into this book knowing that it was fantasy. The problem is that Daire talks about the unlikeliness of it so much that as a reader, I started to agree with her. So many parts of this book are dragged on and on. There is no payoff. Oh, what maybe in book two or three or seventy-eight? During points that could’ve been great, we are quickly brushed away.
A vision quest, which sounds amazing, consists of pages of sitting around doing nothing and then BAM, animals and people and being pecked at and DONE. It all makes about as much sense as I’ve presented.
I am proud of myself for finishing. View all 11 comments.
Fwted 18, Sam rated it it was ok Shelves: Read more of my reviews at Falling Books! Fated is in many ways, similar to Alyson Noel’s previous series, The Immortals. From looking at the cover and reading over the blurb, you would think that this is an amazing book, right? This book has a lot of potential but I didn’t enjoy it as much as I thought I would. Fated lacked something I was hoping for: It wasn’t the most exciting.
Daire has been sent to live with her grandma in New Mexico because of her unstable mental health Read more of my reviews at Boel Books! Neol has been sent to live with her grandma in New Mexico because of her unstable mental health. Soon, she discovers a whole new world, a world she has never acknowledged. Daire’s grandmother is giving Daire a chance to become a Soul Seeker. But with evil forces around, how will it end?
I didn’t think Daire as a very interesting character. She’s pretty and blah, blah, blah, but she didn’t have fted determination and strong personality that I was hoping for. I could very much describe her as an empty shell.
Obviously, she had to fall in love with the enemy, right? Because that always happens. The book was pretty much predictable when it came down to boys.
Daire fatedd dreams about a guy named Dace. Long, black hair, handsome, lean, tall, you know, all the qualities a girl falls for, apart from the long hair. When ever there was a scene with Daire staring at Dace all I could picture in my mind was a hippie. The plot seemed so much better when I read the blurb. But when I read the book it just reminded me of The Immortals. The book did have some enjoyable moments though! There were some funny moments, cringe-worthy moments and creepy moments.
Even though I didn’t like the main character, I did manage to finish the book and am able to say, “It’s okay, guys! I think that fans of The Immortals series might find this book a little bit of a let down, especially if your looking for another Damien Character from The Immortals.