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She thought that seeing the shadows was a curse. Until she saw him.
Seventeen-year-old Kali has always seen two sets of people: those living now, and those who lived before. But on her spring break in Hawaii, she is suddenly surrounded by more shadows than ever. Including one who, unlike the others, can see her too.
Zane remembers nothing besides surfing the monster waves of Oahu's North Shore. He doesn't even know how, or when, he died. He only knows that Kali's "gift" could be his last chance to find the light - before the mysteries of his past plunge them both into darkness….
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By LilMissMolly on 04-26-14
Excellent ghost story!
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I loved Wraith: Hawaiian Shadows! Edie Claire's writing style is very easy to listen to without being "dumbed down." The story centers on Kali, a 17-year old girl from Wyoming who is currently on Spring Break in Hawaii with her parents house-hunting due to her Dad's job transfer. Kali is special - she can see "shadows" of dead people. For the first time, one of the shadows, an 18-year old boy named Zane, can see her too and talk with her.
Kali and Zane are both extremely likeable, well developed characters, and the conversations between them are natural. Zane can't remember how he died or anything about his life. As Kali and Zane hang out, we slowly learn about his life. In turn, as Zane gets his memory back, his shadow fades out of existence, much to Kali's dismay.
Tavia Gilbert does an amazing job narrating. Her interpretations of Kali and Zane are very believable and I had no problem imagining them as teenagers. Even the adults are performed in a superb manner, with distinct voices for each character. Simply put, I'd listen to another Tavia Gilbert audio rendition anytime.
I definitely recommend the audio version of Edie Claire's Wraith: Hawaiian Shadows because I could not stop listening to it! My only question is: When will Book 2 be available in audio?!
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