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Short Description for Intertwined Most 16-year-old have friends. Aden Stone has four human souls living inside him. Everyone thinks he's crazy, which is why he's spent his entire life shuffled between mental institutions and juvie. All of that is about to change.
- Published: 27 July 2010
- Format: Paperback 377 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780373210121 ISBN 10: 0373210124
- Sales rank: 47,116
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Reviewed by Breia "The Brain" Brickey for TeensReadToo.com
Aden Stone is a sixteen-year-old boy with four souls living inside his body.
One can time travel, one can raise the dead, one can tell the future, and one can possess another human being.
He has spent most of his life in and out of institutions, never really making friends. He doesn't like having the souls sharing his body. A lot of problems have been caused due to Aden not being able to control the powers that the souls have.
Aden soon gets sent to a ranch for troubled boys, and his first week there he meets a girl, Mary Ann. Mary Ann is the exact opposite of Aden. She has friends and he spends most of his time alone. Being around Mary Ann quiets the voices.
They form a bond of friendship that neither really understands. She meets a werewolf shape-shifter and he meets a vampire princess. Two forbidden romances begin amidst the dangerous lives that the friends have found.
INTERTWINED contains beautifully written characters that keep you entranced from page one. I simply could not put this book down until the very end. Gena Showalter's characters are an engaging and exciting group that, when woven together, form a beautiful tapestry that adults and teens alike will enjoy.
If this is just the beginning of Harlequin's new teen line, then we the readers will definitely not be disappointed. We have much to look forward to!
*Gold Star Award Winner! by TeensReadToounder review
My feelings are a little mixed on this book. The plot was interesting and overall I enjoyed the book. However, the story just seemed to have too much going on. It was like the author said "lets see how many different paranormal things we can cram into one book." I wish there were less paranormal elements and more development into a specific focus of "paranromalness". The romance element between Aden and his love interest was a little cheesy and super fast; I prefer to have some 'lets get to know one another' before instantly IN LOVE. I felt like Mary Anne's love element was a little more realistic. The book has plenty of action and is well paced, even if the character's reactions were sometimes over the top. Overall it was a fun read and I will be keeping an eye out for the sequel since there was plenty of plot left to unravel at the end of this one. by Scoot