Finding Sky

Finding Sky

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You have half our gifts, I have the other ...When English girl Sky, catches a glimpse of bad boy Zed in her new American high school, she can't get him out of her head. He talks to her with his thoughts. He reads her mind. He is the boy she will love for ever. Dark shadows stalk her past but a new evil threatens her future. Sky must face the dark even if it means losing her more

Product details

  • 14+
  • Paperback | 320 pages
  • 134 x 212 x 26mm | 340.19g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0192732137
  • 9780192732132
  • 211,698

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Finding Sky is something really unique - it's not about vampires, werewolves or even fallen angels. Tingly, romantic, funny in places, warming, adventurous are just a few words I could use to describe Finding Sky Books4Teens 'With so many paranormal romance titles now available for the YA market, Finding Sky is something a little bit different. Rather than relying on popular paranormal archetypes, Joss Stirling has created a fascinating world within our world where those with a variety of psychic powers live among us.' 'It's perfect. I simply adore this world, with its humour, love, action and suspense ... her writing [is] beautiful and her characters realistic.' thebookaddictedgirl.comshow more

Rating details

14,296 ratings
4.09 out of 5 stars
5 44% (6,316)
4 30% (4,343)
3 18% (2,598)
2 5% (769)
1 2% (270)

Our customer reviews

I was hooked from the very first chapter. The writing flowed nicely with lots of humour, action and plenty of sad moments too. I loved the characters. The book is written from Sky's point of view. Zed Benedict, the other main character grabbed my attention straight away (I am officially Team Zed!). The Benedict family are just so weird yet so great! Sky was abandoned when she was six years old and moved from foster home to foster home until she settled with her new adoptive parents, Sally and Simon, when she was 10. She cannot remember her birth name and so along with her adoptive parents they chose her name - Sky. Very misfortunate to say the least considering her surname! I wont say anymore for fear of spoiling your own sniggers when you read this book. One passage from the book I found particularly humorous was a conversation between Sky and Zed early on in the book when they were just getting to know each other. 'Rude? I just thought that you had some weird allergic reaction to economy-sized English girls.' He looked me over. 'Is that what you are?' 'Um ... yeah.' I stared at my feet. 'Still waiting for that growth spurt Sally's been promising since I was fourteen. 'Your height's perfect. I come from a family of giant redwoods; a bonsai makes a pleasant change.' Snigger, snigger. She may be small, but a bonsai? Where did he get that one liner from! This is definitely a book I would recommend to my friends. Most certainly a page turner. I'd really like to read more of Sky. I do hope Joss Stirling writes a more
by Karen C (The Slowest Bookworm)
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