Bitten

Bitten Only fanatics and lunatics believe demons can possess human beings Or at least that s what Callie White thought until one possessed her best friend Now wanted for murdering the thing that crawled in

  • Title: Bitten
  • Author: Anna Wolfe
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Bitten

    Only fanatics and lunatics believe demons can possess human beings Or at least, that s what Callie White thought until one possessed her best friend Now, wanted for murdering the thing that crawled into her friend s body and dealing with hungers and powers she doesn t understand, Callie White just wants to die She just has to make sure no one can bring another demon oveOnly fanatics and lunatics believe demons can possess human beings Or at least, that s what Callie White thought until one possessed her best friend Now, wanted for murdering the thing that crawled into her friend s body and dealing with hungers and powers she doesn t understand, Callie White just wants to die She just has to make sure no one can bring another demon over before she goes When that proves difficult than expected, Callie is pushed to her limits and discovers just how common demon possession really is There is another world touching ours that is filled with demons or, at least, that s what we call them They call themselves something else entirely, though that is neither here nor there Every now and again, human beings manage to pull these demons through to our side The human dies, of course, and the demon gets a person shaped suit to live in We call these creatures the demonridden.

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    1. Fangs for the Fantasy

      Callie’s life has fallen apart. Her best friend was possessed by a demon and slaughtered her friends and her brother – until Callie herself managed to behead the demon (and her friend) while getting bitten in the process, she was then be shipped off to a mental institution for the murder.Having escaped the institution, Callie had one goal. Kill the man who called the demon in the first place and destroy the book he used. But when she completed the first task, something dark and terrible awok [...]

    2. Lise

      Anna Wolfe understands the flow. I love it when authors drag me in and I am unable to let go. I finished "Bitten" and immediately bought "Addicted". Upon finishing that I felt annoyed that Wolfe had no more to sell me. Authors should consider doing something about that. Needing to be patient is a bummer.Callie is a fascinating character. In the prologue we get our first taste of her right after she has gotten her first and last taste of Owen. It is obvious that the girl is struggling with her de [...]

    3. Kearstie Kaspar

      Read my full review of Bitten on Book Chick City: bookchickcity/2013/10/Just want my VERDICT? Here you go:Overall, Bitten was a quick, fast-paced little adventure, with likeable characters and an interesting mythos. Was I completely won over? No. But I think it was a start in that direction, and I do have hope for book two. This book would be good for those who like their urban fantasy to read a little younger, and without the lovey dovey stuff. Oh, and did I mention that it’s free on ? Becaus [...]

    4. Jenny

      I loved this book. I read it straight through and immediately purchased the second in the series. From the cover it looks like a youth novel, and yes, the protagonist is a teenager, but it's most definitely one for adults (especially the second book). It's urban fantasy without the swooning love story that seems to accompany so many fantasy novels these days. There is sex, and there is violence, but they add to the story - they aren't added in for purely reader thrills. Well written, brilliant s [...]

    5. Jessica

      This book drags you into the story. Callie experience is explained well and you are able to understand some of the difficulties she faces after what she has been through. I like how you get a idea of what each character is feeling towards events in the story. Each character has its own story and together they make a dysfunctional team set out to find and destroy demons. Really good book.

    6. Krissy

      I got this book for free and I thought it was excellent. Wolfe doesn't shy away from blood and violence, but there is humor here, too, and characters with depth and a cause worth investing in. I enjoyed it and will continue the series.

    7. Kay Bolton

      Sorry, not for me, I didn't even manage to make it past the first chapter.It gave the impression of a poorly written fan fiction, and left me colder than a witch's backdoor step.My reading time is precious recently, and it failed to inspire.

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