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Publisher Description

It starts with a scream….

New York Times bestselling author Rachel Vincent's compelling Soul Screamers series keeps getting better—here, for the first time, the original stories are compiled into one special volume….

My Soul to Lose
—The prequel: never before in print!—

Kaylee is just your average girl shopping at the mall with friends—until a terrified scream bursts from her that cannot be stopped. Taken to a hospital ward, will she be able to save her mind—and her life?

My Soul to Take

She's always felt different, but now Kaylee discovers why. The screams that cannot be denied mean that someone near her will die—and she can never save them. Because saving one life means taking another….

My Soul to Save

Going on dates with her boyfriend is still new to Kaylee. But when the singer of the band they're seeing dies onstage and Kaylee doesn't scream, she knows something crazy is going on. Soon she discovers souls can indeed be sold….

Young Adult
November 22
Harlequin Digital Sales Corporation
Eighth Grade

Customer Reviews

Miles babygirl ,

Love this series

Rachel Vincent is an amazing writer and her imagination something to be treasured!!!! All of her books are amazing her characters are so relatable. I have read every book she has released and will continue to do so, we are so lucky to have her books to enjoy

J-Faye ,

Love this series

I've read all of the books in this series and can tell you if you like supernatural type things this book is definitely worth reading!

Isisunit ,

Soul Screamers Volume One

After reading a novella that falls at the end of this series I was intrigued enough to want to read more. While this is listed as either a Children's book or Young Adult, it is still entertaining enough for adults - easily. At least if you are interested in books that deal with the paranormal.

Before reading this I'd possibly suggest reading another novella attached to the series, titled "Reaper." It helps give a small glimpse into the background of a character that is developed as the books go along.

I found the characters to be engaging, though I'd say they may bit almost too balanced and/or mentally flexible, but that is just my own POV. The storyline moves along at a fairly good clip, so it makes for an easy and entertaining read. Enough so that I'm looking forward to reading the second volume, just as soon as I can find it at an acceptable price. ;-)

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