Monday, October 25, 2010

Sonnet O'Dell, Lost Innocents (A Cassandra Fairbanks Novel)

Title: Lost Innocents (A Cassandra Fairbanks Novel)

Author: Sonnet O'Dell

Rating: Four Siren Stones

Genre: Mystery

Sub-Genre: Paranormal

Keywords: Vampires

Page Count: 258

ISBN E-Book: 978-1615721597

Price: $6.95

ISBN For Print: 978-1615721603

Price: $15.20

Publisher: Eternal Press


Reviewer: Nikki


Two Worlds. One Mystery.

Cassandra returns, still caught between realities, and she has another mystery on her hands. Eight-year-old Adam Baker is the latest in a string of children to mysteriously vanish. The Preternatural Crime Unit has ordered her to keep away from the case or else. Meanwhile, Aram is facing trial, and only Cassandra can save him. But does she want to? Juggling a boyfriend, college, vampire politics and investigative work is difficult.


Pulled in from the haunting cover to the smooth writing, Lost Innocents is sure to please readers who love both mystery and paranormal. It's always refreshing to read something a little different and new, and this one proved to be a great read.

There is also another book featuring the heroine Cassandra. Sonnet O'Dell writes with a vibrant voice, something fresh and exciting. The characters are fun to read about, with wit, emotion and plenty of action to keep the pages turning.

I found Lost Innocents to be very enjoyable and will most definitely be looking for more by this author.

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