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And the scream keeps coming…... Don't miss Volume Two of New York Times bestselling author Rachel Vincent's unique and fascinating Soul Screamers series. MY SOUL TO KEEP Aside from the whole "I scream when someone is about to die" thing, Kaylee Cavanaugh's life has gotten better. She's getting to know her dad, doing okay in school and has a hot new boyfriend who understands And the scream keeps coming…... Don't miss Volume Two of New York Times bestselling author Rachel Vincent's unique and fascinating Soul Screamers series. MY SOUL TO KEEP Aside from the whole "I scream when someone is about to die" thing, Kaylee Cavanaugh's life has gotten better. She's getting to know her dad, doing okay in school and has a hot new boyfriend who understands her in every way. Until the hellion Avari starts tempting everyone with an exotic new drug—demon's breath…. MY SOUL TO STEAL Now on shaky ground with Nash Hudson, Kaylee is taking their relationship easy. But then Sabine—Nash's ex—storms into their lives. She's determined to get Nash back and there's nothing she won't do to remind him of what they had. And since Sabine has special abilities of her own, Kaylee is headed into a battle she's not sure she can win…. REAPER —First time in print!— Though Tod Hudson died two years ago, thanks to his job as a Reaper he's never had to move on or let go of his family—no matter how much Nash would like him to! But few people know about how he came to accept the job of claiming souls….


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And the scream keeps coming…... Don't miss Volume Two of New York Times bestselling author Rachel Vincent's unique and fascinating Soul Screamers series. MY SOUL TO KEEP Aside from the whole "I scream when someone is about to die" thing, Kaylee Cavanaugh's life has gotten better. She's getting to know her dad, doing okay in school and has a hot new boyfriend who understands And the scream keeps coming…... Don't miss Volume Two of New York Times bestselling author Rachel Vincent's unique and fascinating Soul Screamers series. MY SOUL TO KEEP Aside from the whole "I scream when someone is about to die" thing, Kaylee Cavanaugh's life has gotten better. She's getting to know her dad, doing okay in school and has a hot new boyfriend who understands her in every way. Until the hellion Avari starts tempting everyone with an exotic new drug—demon's breath…. MY SOUL TO STEAL Now on shaky ground with Nash Hudson, Kaylee is taking their relationship easy. But then Sabine—Nash's ex—storms into their lives. She's determined to get Nash back and there's nothing she won't do to remind him of what they had. And since Sabine has special abilities of her own, Kaylee is headed into a battle she's not sure she can win…. REAPER —First time in print!— Though Tod Hudson died two years ago, thanks to his job as a Reaper he's never had to move on or let go of his family—no matter how much Nash would like him to! But few people know about how he came to accept the job of claiming souls….

30 review for Soul Screamers Volume Two

  1. 4 out of 5

    Natalie (Never trust a duck)

    TOD I SEE YOU

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kristie

    I would normally just buy the separate books, but I found out that each book in this volume costs as much I paid for the first volume. So yes, I do plan on waiting.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Zarah

    Okay, this is tricky. Let's divide it up. Part one, book 3/My Soul to Keep: It wasn't too tricky, figuring out what was going on, and I must say I was a bit disappointed in this part. Some of the characters felt flimsier than usual, and some just made me want to smack them until they grew some sense. (view spoiler)[I'm looking at YOU, Nate, You lying, self-absorbed jackass. (hide spoiler)] Kaylee is a wonderfully normal heroine, despiite the whole bean sidhe-aspect, and I love how she is so complex Okay, this is tricky. Let's divide it up. Part one, book 3/My Soul to Keep: It wasn't too tricky, figuring out what was going on, and I must say I was a bit disappointed in this part. Some of the characters felt flimsier than usual, and some just made me want to smack them until they grew some sense. (view spoiler)[I'm looking at YOU, Nate, You lying, self-absorbed jackass. (hide spoiler)] Kaylee is a wonderfully normal heroine, despiite the whole bean sidhe-aspect, and I love how she is so complex and genuinely human. I also LOVE her quips and puns. Adorkable! Emma is a super cute side kick. I want an Emma. Where can I buy one??... Anyway. That's the bad and the "same". Then there's the upside. (view spoiler)[It's called Tod. Yay for Tod! And awwww for Addy. She is so amazing in this one! (hide spoiler)] Some characters (se spoiler above) evolve quite clearly and turn into fantastic additions to the story. The kind of additions you love and/or want to learn more of.. To summarize, I think this is a 3½? Part two, book 3½/Reaper: Awwwww! TOD! You just might be the most dorky, adorable, charming dead guy I've ever read about. ♥ That's all I have to say in the matter... ;) 4 stars, because ... there's Tod! Part three, book 4/My Soul To Steal: Much weaker than the other books, in that I find Kaylee to be annoying, (view spoiler)[greedy, dumb and immature are other words that come to mind... (hide spoiler)] Nash is quite a bit of a jerkface (view spoiler)[not to mention an idiot, a liar and a poorly executed martyr (hide spoiler)] and Sabine is just a little too much... Even if I do see where she's coming from. Alec is a strange addition to the line up of characters. I just don't feel him. He's got no depth, no real personality... he's just... a ghost of a character. The plot feels a bit sloppy and ... unloved. Like ms Vincent was starting to lose interest in her characters. I hope that's not the case...!! 2(½ maybe) stars. All in all? 3 stars - but I am still desperately longing for the next omnibus and the final part of the series. :)

  4. 5 out of 5

    Zemira (Kylo Ren fangirl) Warner

    I ordered Volume number 1 and pre-ordered number 2 today.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Carmen

    I'll say one thing first, I didn't like the fact I had to go to the end of the volume to read Reaper (3.5) and then go again to book 4, when it should have been easy enough to put it between My Soul to Keep (3) and My Soul to Steal (4) since it gives you information about book 4 and I think it's easier jumping the book if you don't want to read a .5 story it than searching for it and then going back. I felt it was a bit of waste, TBH. Now for the books... Phew. Ok, that's going to be a bit more d I'll say one thing first, I didn't like the fact I had to go to the end of the volume to read Reaper (3.5) and then go again to book 4, when it should have been easy enough to put it between My Soul to Keep (3) and My Soul to Steal (4) since it gives you information about book 4 and I think it's easier jumping the book if you don't want to read a .5 story it than searching for it and then going back. I felt it was a bit of waste, TBH. Now for the books... Phew. Ok, that's going to be a bit more difficult and long, so it's better to go book by book. There will be some spoilers so you're warned. My Soul to Keep #3 : First part 3.5/5 ; Sencond part 4/5 stars Ok, well, this book was a solid 3 upto the middle actually, because Nash had lost all brownie points and plundge into minus pretty fast. I admit I was never Nash team: I couldn't see the love, just lust and teenage hormones, so nop, I didn't buy their relationship. In book 2 I was pretty mad at Tod because he didn't care what happened to anyone (even his brother) if it meant they could save Addy. I did like that he was honest enough to admit it and at least try to not rush in and really kill everyone. I was also pretty pissed at Kaylee and her hero-complex, I wanted to shake her and wake her up. That made Nash's attitude win brownie points from my POV. Now, in the first part of this book I was still pissed at Kaylee (once again her hero complex came to the scene) and pretty fast at Nash too for obvious reasons (and there are a lot of reasons and pretty clear what was happening). The only one who escaped my mental wrath was Tod (bless him, he made the last part of the book reaally great). I could understand Kaylee's blindness to those closer to her, that actually happens in real life too.However, her alarms should had really been going off much earlier. Nash: (view spoiler)[ I'm sorry to say the only one to blame for your addiction is yourself. First of all, if the first time with Addy's balloon was accidental why didn't you talk to your mother? She's like a supernatural/Nether doctor or something, and she's even more knowledgeable than Kaylee's father and uncle combined. Even id they were busy saving Kaylee, I think they would have had the time to see what was wrong with Nash. And who was the genius who said that an addiction gets cured by keeping it on going? And even selling your own memories? Seriously? So, no. Big fat NO Nash, and trying to manipulate things and people to avoid discovering and all other things that he allowed to happen like Avari possessing Kaylee?...sigh. No, Nash, you f*cked up, you didn't even try. (hide spoiler)] The second part of the book though I was hooked. This last part, Kaylee is in deep and she doesn't have an option, she's targeted. I loved the end and especially Tod's scenes and reactions and the decision Kaylle takes. Reaper #3.5 Rate: 4/5 I devoured this one, it's like I needed more Tod after book #3 or something and this delivered. What more can I say? oh, yeah, that I hope this gets refered to in following books!!! My Soul to Steal #4 Rate: 4/5 I have to order my thoughts about this one. I liked it and really enjoyed it. A lot. The careful thinkinf Kaylee is doing about her and Nash relationship was real. She's trying to save their relatioship and trying hard to do it without giving false hope to anyone. To actually think things through and decide something that has consequences. It's also somethign that barely happens in young adult: the first boy (Nash) is NOT perfect, and deciding to continue or broke things up is something that as people we HAVE TO do. Especially since what Nash did was all kinds of wrong: lied to her, try to influe her to get in her pants, to influence her so she appears to be the one delussional and no the one onto something before their own parents, allow Avari to posses her and other things that meant Kaylee wasn't in control of herself and thus playing on her primal fear. He sold his own emotions about her to get his next fix. He's lost her trust because he pissed on it. A sorry doesn't fix it. Sabine appearing is a major blow to Kaylee's thinking about all this and the pressure is one of the best parts of the book actually. Kaylee is not a saint, and she does some things that are quite dumb actually (view spoiler)[ like spying on Sabina and Nash with Tod (hide spoiler)] good intentions or not. Her battle with herself I think was one of the best thing in this book, because neither of the answers was easy. Apart from all the drama/angts there were more things going on. She didn't really go on with her hero complex, at least not more than any other person: She talks to her father, to Tod, to Allec, to Nash. She tries to understand what's going on but not jumping in like in previous books, and she actually listens to what others tell her this time. I liked how they solved the issues in this book and was pretty contect with the ending, even though I'm crossing my fingers wishing for something I think it's going to happen in book #5... I hope! As a side note, Sabine's character is great. We needed a crazy hothead in the mix and now we have her! XD

  6. 5 out of 5

    Nikki S

    I <3 this coverrrrrrrr!!!!!!! *EDIT 12/23/12* This is for #3.5. I was a little perturbed that it wasn't in order in the book. Only because it messed with my OCD and annoyed the crap out of me. But I ended up still reading it first anyway and I'm glad I did. I gained some back story on not only Tod, but a little more on Sabine and could see why she acted the way she did. I must admit though, it was a little different to see Tod alive and Nash with someone else. But it did help in seeing who they r I <3 this coverrrrrrrr!!!!!!! *EDIT 12/23/12* This is for #3.5. I was a little perturbed that it wasn't in order in the book. Only because it messed with my OCD and annoyed the crap out of me. But I ended up still reading it first anyway and I'm glad I did. I gained some back story on not only Tod, but a little more on Sabine and could see why she acted the way she did. I must admit though, it was a little different to see Tod alive and Nash with someone else. But it did help in seeing who they really were. I just wish there had been a different outcome for Tod. But then there would be no story obviously. What I loved the most, was the huge difference in Tod that we see. I'm sure it has everything to do with being a Reaper changing him, but most of the scenes where he was alive were so emotional. It really surprised me to see him that way. I'm glad I read this in actual order, because I saw then what Sabine meant to Nash and was able to connect a little bit to him during Book 4 when I'm sure everyone was still like "OMG Nash how could you do that to Kaylee?!" This is for Book 4. In this book, Nash's ex-girlfriend Sabine comes back and of course she can't be just a normal human. She's a mara, a walking nightmare. And I mean literally. This of course causes disturbances in Nash and Kaylee's already rocky relationship and makes it even harder for them to try to work things out. Although Sabine was a pure, evil b*tch, I still had a soft spot for her. I guess it was because I felt like everyone was too hard on her and she had had a hard life and didn't deserve it. I know she did some messed up things and was like a cancer in some ways, but I only didn't like her when it came to Nash. The things she did to him in spite of Kaylee, I wanted to slap her. Somethings are just uncalled for. As for Kaylee, I felt like she was being a HUGE whiny baby in this book. She didn't want him but she didn't want anyone else to either and that annoyed me. It even annoys me when people do it in real life. I just feel like if he can't make you happy, go out and find someone who does. No sense in both of y'all being miserable. But overall, the mythology in both of these were amazing. Everything was completely researched and well thought out. One huge thing that I was thankful for was the fact that Vincent had went back and repeated everything that happened in the previous books, because although they are some of my favorites, I sometimes get them confused. Another big thing that I loved about it, was the fact that Vincent's humor is still just the same. Most of this book was pretty heavy with hellions and maras and bean shides running around, but Vincent was able to add that comic relief in places that needed it. It was just overall well written.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Willcoxbrackeen

    Damn you Ms. Vincent Yes that's right. Damn you, I say. I am supposed to be packing up my house getting ready to move. I started reading these books with volume one and NOTHING found its way into a box since I've started Kaylee's journey into the supernatural. I couldn't even manage to tear myself away from the books to review this volume until I reached the end of volume 3. Never have I been so wrapped up in characters that I found myself feeling their emotions, upset with the changes, and heart Damn you Ms. Vincent Yes that's right. Damn you, I say. I am supposed to be packing up my house getting ready to move. I started reading these books with volume one and NOTHING found its way into a box since I've started Kaylee's journey into the supernatural. I couldn't even manage to tear myself away from the books to review this volume until I reached the end of volume 3. Never have I been so wrapped up in characters that I found myself feeling their emotions, upset with the changes, and heart broken at their failures. Each story keeps getting better. The plot is amazing with never a dull moment, the characters so real, and the love so intense. This story might be about teenagers but it's better than the other adult books I've read. This series is my new favorite. They're worth the money. Start with volume one but you might want to buy all the Soul Screamers stories first because you won't want to stop. Happy reading my fellow bookworms!

  8. 5 out of 5

    RIN ಠ_ಠ

    Look at the cover, so gorgeous! I love the flowey dress. *A*

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kadbury

    COVER LOVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE..

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mikayla

    4 stars. Love this series, love the characters & can't wait to continue on. 4 stars. Love this series, love the characters & can't wait to continue on.

  11. 4 out of 5

    VictoriaSong

    Pretty, pretty cover :D

  12. 4 out of 5

    TinKeyLee

    My Soul to Keep 5/5* Reaper 4/5* It's nice short story about Tod - how he died and became Reaper. Idiotic Nash pft! My Soul to Steal 4/5* My Soul to Keep 5/5* Reaper 4/5* It's nice short story about Tod - how he died and became Reaper. Idiotic Nash pft! My Soul to Steal 4/5*

  13. 5 out of 5

    Brittany Darr

    I've read this entire series before but this is my first time reading the short story "Reaper". I LOVED it!!! I've always liked Tod and seeing into his world makes me so happy. I loved the little twist ending, and I also loved that he technically met Kaylee before Nash. So...he could have claimed dibs really.... :D Anyway, fantastic series and combining them into volumes was such a smart idea. Love you, Vincent! Keep on writing your amazing stories. I've read this entire series before but this is my first time reading the short story "Reaper". I LOVED it!!! I've always liked Tod and seeing into his world makes me so happy. I loved the little twist ending, and I also loved that he technically met Kaylee before Nash. So...he could have claimed dibs really.... :D Anyway, fantastic series and combining them into volumes was such a smart idea. Love you, Vincent! Keep on writing your amazing stories.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kristin

    My Soul to Keep: 4 stars My Soul to Steal: 3 stars. Tbh, Kaylee irritated the hell out of me on this one. Reaper: 4 stars. Who wouldn't want more Tod? My Soul to Keep: 4 stars My Soul to Steal: 3 stars. Tbh, Kaylee irritated the hell out of me on this one. Reaper: 4 stars. Who wouldn't want more Tod?

  15. 4 out of 5

    Andrea

    My Soul to Keep Not long after the events of My Soul to Save, Nash and Kaylee are at a typical high school party and discover that the new drug Frost is actually a concentrated form of Demon's Breath. As luck would have it, the first two people to get addicted to the drug are Emma's boyfriend, Doug, and Sophie's boyfriend, Scott. Between My Soul to Keep and the first 2.5 novels of the Soul Screamers series, this one is definitely the more intense of the three - especially after a jaw dropping conf My Soul to Keep Not long after the events of My Soul to Save, Nash and Kaylee are at a typical high school party and discover that the new drug Frost is actually a concentrated form of Demon's Breath. As luck would have it, the first two people to get addicted to the drug are Emma's boyfriend, Doug, and Sophie's boyfriend, Scott. Between My Soul to Keep and the first 2.5 novels of the Soul Screamers series, this one is definitely the more intense of the three - especially after a jaw dropping confession. It takes a talented author to make their reader feel just as betrayed as the character. Not the "Oh, that sucks" feeling, but where you read that section repetitively just to ensure you really did read that right. That really did happen. My Soul to Keep puts your emotions through hell. Kaylee is struggling with the starling confession, protecting Emma, and attempting to solve the mystery behind the Demon's Breath. However, she is strong as hell. I give this girl major props for sticking to her guns and refusing to back down or let her personal problems stop her from saving those around her. Reaper I really enjoyed Reaper. Told from Tod's perspective, we learn a bit more about the family before his death. We see him interacting with Harmony and Nash, who was a bit of a trouble maker back in the day. We also learn a hard hitting truth that we had yet to be privy to. It is also interesting to see Tod's first interactions with Levi, accept the Reaper job, and inform his mother that he isn't quite dead-dead. The other thing Reaper does in subtly introduces us to Sabine. We don't actually meet her, but we see the relationship she and Nash have, which is rather helpful background information when she pops up in My Soul to Steal. My Soul to Steal Still reeling from the events of My Soul to Keep that occurred right before winter break, Kaylee comes back to school dreading a run in with Nash. Their relationship is shaky at best and the appearance of Sabine, Nash's ex-girlfriend, doesn't help. Nor does the fact that Sabine is a Nightmare, a paranormal creature that gives and feeds of nightmares. My Soul to Steal is a little different than it's predecessors. There is still that paranormal element, but the focus is also on the relationship between Kaylee and Nash. They're relationship took a huge hit in My Soul to Keep and while Kaylee isn't entirely ready to forgive, she's not necessarily willing to let Sabine have him either. At the same time, Sabine isn't exactly understanding that Nash has moved on. The addition of Alec to our cast of characters is, if anything, exceptionally helpful for Kaylee. When she cannot go to her father, Nash, Harmony, or Tod for anything concerning the paranormal she turns to Alec. Having lived in the Netherworld for a couple decades, Alec is exceptionally insightful and offers Kaylee sound advice. I find it hard to like Sabine, I don't necessarily think we're supposed to but she doesn't have any redeeming qualities. There is absolutely nothing about her that I found to be positive. We do get a glimpse into her "softer" side, but it's not enough for me to pity her. All in all, I found her to just be plain frustrating and more than annoying. Overall, My Soul to Steal is a quick and easy read. The mysterious deaths of Kaylee's teachers are more than it seems and Rachel pulls from previous novels and things aren't just forgotten or pushed away to the side, never to be thought of again. Rachel's amazing writing, plot progression, and characters make these novels difficult to put down, which is bonus when the omnibuses are 600+ pages!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Alexandra

    tl;dr overall these were enjoyable additions to the story. My Soul to Keep was better than My Soul to Steal - that one unfortunately got old fast. But Reaper was pretty good also. Overall, enjoyable reads. [[MORE]]Warning - this review will contain spoilers because, lets be real - how can it not? What with it being 3 books in one. So you've had your warning.  Description: My soul to keep Nash and Kaylee are back and it turns out some of her classmates are getting into this new drug called frost. Bu tl;dr overall these were enjoyable additions to the story. My Soul to Keep was better than My Soul to Steal - that one unfortunately got old fast. But Reaper was pretty good also. Overall, enjoyable reads. [[MORE]]Warning - this review will contain spoilers because, lets be real - how can it not? What with it being 3 books in one. So you've had your warning.  Description: My soul to keep Nash and Kaylee are back and it turns out some of her classmates are getting into this new drug called frost. But what those kids don't know, is it's demons breath (DUN DUN DUN). They have to figure out how these kids are getting it and what hellion is providing it. My soul to steal Nash and kaylee are on the rocks, and who shows up but Nash's super hot ex girlfriend. She's not human of course, she's a Mara - an actual nightmare. While Kaylee is off being insecure about Nash's ex showing up, the school is turning into a crazy house with people attacking others out of jealousy and anger, and four of her teachers have died of "natural causes" within the week.  Reaper A prequel from the first book all about how Tod became a reaper.  So lets see, I enjoyed the first book - My Soul To Keep - it was really interesting. The idea that someone starts peddling demons breath as a drug was quite intriguing, and the setup for Nash having used the drug as well was both sad and an interesting turn of events. I can't lie, when I fist read the synopsis of the second book and saw Nash and Kaylee had broken up, I was super worried that it'd be something silly and due to insecurities. But this was well done. I actually commend Kaylee for taking her time away after the things that were done to her, because its so hard to step away from someone you love both so they can get their act together, and because she needed to figure out if she could forgive what happened.  As for My Soul to Steal… This one was a bit repetitive and tedious to me. I mean, good for you for breaking up with Nash, Kaylee. And I get that you still love the guy you first met, and you hope he can be better. I get that. But UGH with the introduction of the ex, which makes Kaylee go all "I don't want him right now but nobody else can have him right now either" and be all kinds of insecure around the ex. It just gets very very… banal. I had to kind of force my way through this one to get through it.  And Reaper … It was good. But not great. I liked seeing how Tod becomes a reaper, so it was definitely an interesting story, but after having read 4 books and one novella from Kaylee's POV… the story from Tod's POV sounded the exact same. So I had to remember that this was Tod's story and not Kaylee's story. But aside from that it was amusing and a nice little addition to the story. 

  17. 4 out of 5

    Leigh Herondale

    For more reviews: BLOGGER and TUMBLR ACTUAL RATING: 4.75/5 stars Admittedly, I've been looking forward to reading Soul Screamers Volume 2 by Rachel Vincent for quite some time now. I've ordered this from The Book Depository last month. Unfortunately, they sent me a damaged copy so I had them re-ship my book and it finally arrived about 2 weeks ago. Anyway, this is another omnibus edition and I have to say that this cover is what got me to start the series in the first place. It's sooooooo gorgeous For more reviews: BLOGGER and TUMBLR ACTUAL RATING: 4.75/5 stars Admittedly, I've been looking forward to reading Soul Screamers Volume 2 by Rachel Vincent for quite some time now. I've ordered this from The Book Depository last month. Unfortunately, they sent me a damaged copy so I had them re-ship my book and it finally arrived about 2 weeks ago. Anyway, this is another omnibus edition and I have to say that this cover is what got me to start the series in the first place. It's sooooooo gorgeous, right? And yes, this is a very, very thick book. MY SOUL TO KEEP Let me start with My Soul to Keep which is the third book in the series. If you've read my previous review then you might have already gotten the idea that I am in love with Nash. So yeah, I am still but for some reason I got a bit confused with him in this installment. Maybe not enough to make me fall out of love but just a enough to let Tod squeeze in. I really liked Tod more in this novel. He was really protective towards Kaylee and for some reason I find guys who act like big brothers or something really attractive. Anyway, I don't really want to spoil this book that much but it is enough to hold my interest even if Nash did confuse me from time to time. There were certain parts that made my heart break but other than that I really enjoyed reading this. RATING: 4.5/5 stars MY SOUL TO STEAL Moving on to the fourth book which is My Soul to Steal. The story picks up a couple of months after the events from the previous book. Nash and Kaylee's relationship are quite complicated at this point then especially when an ex-girlfriend (Sabine) enters the picture. Admittedly, I got frustrated with Kaylee 75% of the book. I felt like she was just taking advantage of Nash and his current state. I get that Nash did something terrible. He's sorry and his trying to get better. And I get that Kaylee is disappointed right now but I felt like she had a hard time letting go and making decisions. I really wanted them to be happy and all but Kaylee can't even find it in her heart to forgive Nash. Maybe not trust. After all trust needs to be earned but I just felt like she should've been there for him when he needed her the most. I think Sabine helped Nash at some point. I did like her quite a bit even if she wasn't exactly Little Miss Perfect. I really wanted Nash and Kaylee to be back to the way they used to be but Kaylee simply irritated me. Her grudges are just too out of place for me. Don't get me wrong. I still enjoyed reading this book. Especially the parts with Tod in it. He was just soooooo charming. I still think this is an awesome book even if Kaylee annoyed me a bit. RATING: 4.75/5 stars REAPER Reaper is a novella told in Tod's POV. This would have to be my favorite part of the omnibus. I really enjoyed getting to know Tod even more. This novella tells us how Tod ended up becoming a reaper. I have to say that this novella made me fall in love with Tod even more. I think his story is truly heartbreaking and inspiring at the same time. His love for his family knows no bounds and I truly believe that the life he is currently living is something that he deserves. I don't want to spoil this but this is definitely my favorite part of the omnibus. I could read this again and again. RATING: 5/5 stars

  18. 4 out of 5

    Brenda

    2.5 stars AVERAGE. 3 stars for My Soul to Keep 2 stars for My Soul to Steal No rating for Tod's story--too apathetic Volume Two didn't have that wow factor like the Volume One (books .5,1,2), but was still enjoyable to revisit Kaylee, Nash, and Tod. I'm beginning to think Kaylee is a bit petty at times causing headaches from more eye rolling than usual--but true--she's a teenager. She thinks she needs to save the world despite the consequences, though in her defense, the hellion of greed is af 2.5 stars AVERAGE. 3 stars for My Soul to Keep 2 stars for My Soul to Steal No rating for Tod's story--too apathetic Volume Two didn't have that wow factor like the Volume One (books .5,1,2), but was still enjoyable to revisit Kaylee, Nash, and Tod. I'm beginning to think Kaylee is a bit petty at times causing headaches from more eye rolling than usual--but true--she's a teenager. She thinks she needs to save the world despite the consequences, though in her defense, the hellion of greed is after her....so she doesn't invite trouble but she engages in it! (And in secrecy too...) Also, it seemed out of character for Nash to be addicted to _____ (no spoiling), but did add more drama that extended into book 4. I like reading new characters but wasn't sure how I felt about Sabine. Alec was a nice addition, though.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    My actual rating 4.5 This by far was my favorite volume yet. I loved the new characters she introduced. I think Vincent did a really good job of keeping the momentum of the series. However, I am worried about the next volume. I thought the ending in this one was perfect. I'm afraid it will be ruined with the next volume. Spoilers ahead: Kaylee: She has grown a lot since the first volume I read. I really like how strong she remains. I hated seeing the demise of Nash and Kaylee :( I really loved the My actual rating 4.5 This by far was my favorite volume yet. I loved the new characters she introduced. I think Vincent did a really good job of keeping the momentum of the series. However, I am worried about the next volume. I thought the ending in this one was perfect. I'm afraid it will be ruined with the next volume. Spoilers ahead: Kaylee: She has grown a lot since the first volume I read. I really like how strong she remains. I hated seeing the demise of Nash and Kaylee :( I really loved them however, the ending of the last book gave me hope for them. Nash: I love Nash. I hated that he got down the wrong path but I'm glad he got back on the right one. I hope he can stay on it. Although I can't stand his ex and really wanted to slap her myself a few times. Tod: Tod is the character that has grown on me the most. I really like him now. I did want to slap him when he told Kaylee to give up on Nash and let Sabine have him. However, I think he may be developing feelings for Kaylee. I also enjoyed reading Reaper in this volume. I was wondering if we were ever going to know how Tod had died. I certainly did not see his death playing out like that. However, it did make me like him more. Sabine: Omg! This girl is literally a new girlfriends worst nightmare even without her supernatural nature. No girl wants to deal with an ex like Sabine and to add to it her supernatural species certainly didn't help anything. Emma: I'm really glad that she finally gets to find out about the Netherworld. I think it's really important for her to be informed. I really like Emma and I don't want anything to happen to her because she's clueless. Alec: I'm not sure about Alec at all! Not sure what else to say about him. The hellions: I think they need to find something else to with their time lol.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Queenielyn

    I would just like to sum up the whole series into one review. The books in Volume 2 has been a great and perilous journey for Kaylee's life. Stressing as it is for Kaylee as for me too. The book has got the heart-pounding scenes that I almost wasn't ready for! Definitely worth the time reading! The new characters introduced, Sabine and Alec, are interesting enough that they fit nicely in the story. Although Sabine's intro was pretty much messed up and got Kaylee jealous as I thought she lost her I would just like to sum up the whole series into one review. The books in Volume 2 has been a great and perilous journey for Kaylee's life. Stressing as it is for Kaylee as for me too. The book has got the heart-pounding scenes that I almost wasn't ready for! Definitely worth the time reading! The new characters introduced, Sabine and Alec, are interesting enough that they fit nicely in the story. Although Sabine's intro was pretty much messed up and got Kaylee jealous as I thought she lost her mind because her relationship with Nash wasn't stable and now Sabine suddenly appears in her disorganized life. I don't blame Sabine, it was just for me, Kaylee's POV in My Soul To Steal made me feel annoyed and irritated the way her reactions to Nash and Sabine's status. I almost wanted to skip every page about that as I truly find it irrelevant and Kaylee and Nash relationship getting repetitive. I sat back and hope more Tod would take the spotlight beside Kaylee (#TeamTod). I believe at that point in My Soul to Keep, Kaylee and Nash hasn't been in good terms and in my opinion, the context getting out of hand when the story kicks off in My Soul to Steal as their trust has been broken one too many times, it's getting out of hand. Both of them are so unclear of their status and where they stand. I like Kaylee's stubbornness throughout and that makes her a strong-willed character. Talk about Tod. Tod has it. It as in, the likeable, humorous character you'll find in the book. I'm truly grateful that Volume 2 includes his novella which feature his POV, how he ended a reaper in the first place. I like him better than Nash from the start, to be honest and I'm utterly not surprised he's finally stepping up in My Soul to Steal. A very well-developed character that I will just love forever. (Actual) Rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

  21. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    I have been waiting to buy this book, looking in every store for it for 8 months and begging my mom to use her credit card to order it online, then out of the blue I find it. The second volume sitting there on a shelf in a lonely book store in the middle of nowhere and I jump for joy and grin like a child who just got a new shiny red bike with no training wheels on christmas. That is about as good as it gets. In the first volume I could relate so well to Kaylee and I loved how she used caution bu I have been waiting to buy this book, looking in every store for it for 8 months and begging my mom to use her credit card to order it online, then out of the blue I find it. The second volume sitting there on a shelf in a lonely book store in the middle of nowhere and I jump for joy and grin like a child who just got a new shiny red bike with no training wheels on christmas. That is about as good as it gets. In the first volume I could relate so well to Kaylee and I loved how she used caution but was still able to show her love to Nash. This volume I wanted to rip out my heart. (view spoiler)[I started disliking Nash as soon as I caught onto the drug abuse, Kaylee and I are the same in thinking she could do it, but then Nash goes and blames her for something his brother half caused and I just can't take the pain she is going through. By the end of the first story I was glad when she ended things. But nothing is sunshine and roses is it? I did read the books in order so when Nahs's ex came into the picture I got jelous just like Kaylee. But why kick a dead cow? It doesn't make any sence. I think she should have let his ex have him. And for a while I was debating that she and Tod should get together. But NOPE it was not meant to be and then the book leaves off with Nash and Kaylee back together and I wanted to scream (hide spoiler)] I feel like both stories have so much drama that the action is more of a blurr. I still want to read the third volume and pray that it gets better. But for now I will be off licking my wounds and trying to forget the torcher my heart just went through.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jamie Coudeville

    Not as good as volume 1. Nash pissed me off a bit too much. But the other characters were still great, the story unpredictable and I really enjoyed the short story about Tod.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ashleigh

    My Soul to Keep: 5 Stars Reaper: 5 Stars My Soul to Steal: 4 Stars Average Overall Rating: 4.67 Stars (by math, of course) I loved the third book and Reaper - mostly because I love Tod - but the fourth kind of annoyed me. I don't know if it was because of Sabine, though she turned out to be okay and called out everyone else's bullshit, or because of Kaylee's inconsistency concerning Nash. I get it - he lied to her, let a hellion use her, and betrayed her trust, so then why fight so hard for him agai My Soul to Keep: 5 Stars Reaper: 5 Stars My Soul to Steal: 4 Stars Average Overall Rating: 4.67 Stars (by math, of course) I loved the third book and Reaper - mostly because I love Tod - but the fourth kind of annoyed me. I don't know if it was because of Sabine, though she turned out to be okay and called out everyone else's bullshit, or because of Kaylee's inconsistency concerning Nash. I get it - he lied to her, let a hellion use her, and betrayed her trust, so then why fight so hard for him against someone who fits with him? She does love him, and her her, but can't they see they don't belong together anymore? But, don't get me wrong, it was still good, really good, it just wasn't my favourite or as good as the other ones. I need to get my hands on the fifth book as soon as possible!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Guthrie

    I'm half way thru vol 2... and sweet Jesus Nash is an ass... his character to me was beyond repair even before Sabine show up but now... u have got to be kidding me... she literally just showed up in the book and I had to put it down. I don't know what Vincents thinking??? Kaylee looks pathetic!!?? I'm guessing that now she's going try and win him from his ex girlfriend now? like he's such a prize??!!! I think we need a new male interest for Kaylee. Nash did her dirty and doesn't deserve her!! a I'm half way thru vol 2... and sweet Jesus Nash is an ass... his character to me was beyond repair even before Sabine show up but now... u have got to be kidding me... she literally just showed up in the book and I had to put it down. I don't know what Vincents thinking??? Kaylee looks pathetic!!?? I'm guessing that now she's going try and win him from his ex girlfriend now? like he's such a prize??!!! I think we need a new male interest for Kaylee. Nash did her dirty and doesn't deserve her!! anyway back to reading.... I'll repost if I change my current position. Hahaha Nope no change... still dont like Nash...

  25. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Ok, I loathed the first volume of these books. Had very little good to say about it. But volume two redeemed it, absolutely. I mean, it still has its issues like why does everyone only have one parent and why is everyone such terrible people? Nash is a glutton in do many ways, Sabine is psychotic, Kaylee is selfish, and Emma needs to calm down with her sexuality. So easy to overlook though. Tod was an if-y character in volume one for me, but he's grown on me and I'm kind of in live with the smar Ok, I loathed the first volume of these books. Had very little good to say about it. But volume two redeemed it, absolutely. I mean, it still has its issues like why does everyone only have one parent and why is everyone such terrible people? Nash is a glutton in do many ways, Sabine is psychotic, Kaylee is selfish, and Emma needs to calm down with her sexuality. So easy to overlook though. Tod was an if-y character in volume one for me, but he's grown on me and I'm kind of in live with the smartass now. Anyways, I'm looking forward to reading volume three and I hope it doesn't disappoint.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Beautiful cover just like the first one. So glad to see this series put together in volumes with the novellas included. Love the characters and how everything is developing. Tod has definitely become my favorite and I actually like Kaylee as a heroine, she’s not whiny like some other heroines. I can’t wait for a volume 3 to come out, but until then I’ll have to read the rest of the exciting series individually.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sho

    I sometimes wonder why I like this YA Teenager stuff. And the only thing I can come up with is that I went to an all-girls boarding school and lived in a tiny town where I knew nobody and therefore had nearly no (ok: no) boyfriends, and never had all that high-school boyfriend angst. So I'm catching up :) 2nd read for all of these and again I loved them. I sometimes wonder why I like this YA Teenager stuff. And the only thing I can come up with is that I went to an all-girls boarding school and lived in a tiny town where I knew nobody and therefore had nearly no (ok: no) boyfriends, and never had all that high-school boyfriend angst. So I'm catching up :) 2nd read for all of these and again I loved them.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Myunique Order

    I just disliked Kaylee so much. I couldn't relate to her better then everyone attitude. how she treated he friends was abysmal and somewhat characteristic of someone who needs an ass kicking into reality. I liked the premise of the books, but the silliness of Nash and the extreme bitchiness of Kaylee made the stories unbearable. I just disliked Kaylee so much. I couldn't relate to her better then everyone attitude. how she treated he friends was abysmal and somewhat characteristic of someone who needs an ass kicking into reality. I liked the premise of the books, but the silliness of Nash and the extreme bitchiness of Kaylee made the stories unbearable.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jenn Hill

    I really didn't get into this series until My Soul To Steal when things got a lot more interesting. It was easier to relate to Kaylee, Nash, Tod, and Sabine. Absolutely loved Reaper and now I can't wait to finish the series to find out what happens. Storyline is getting more interesting as well. A lot more hellions are factoring in and more species coming to light. I really didn't get into this series until My Soul To Steal when things got a lot more interesting. It was easier to relate to Kaylee, Nash, Tod, and Sabine. Absolutely loved Reaper and now I can't wait to finish the series to find out what happens. Storyline is getting more interesting as well. A lot more hellions are factoring in and more species coming to light.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    I was just as stuck in volume 2 as I was in volume 1. Super suspenseful and difficult to put down this left me clamoring for volume 3. I bawled my eyes out when I read the short Reaper novella because it was so full of raw emotion. I really felt what the characters were feeling in this and I cannot wait to see what the future holds for them.

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