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By James Crawford | Comments: ( 753 ) | Date: ( Jul 09, 2020 )

Every High School has their social outcasts The band nerds, the math geeks, the chess club, the girl that chews her hair, but at Butler High, even the creepy nose picker in the chess club is popular than Caleo Anima No matter what he did, his pale skin, snow white hair, and piercing blue eyes always made him an easy target He used to think that the only way thingsEvery High School has their social outcasts The band nerds, the math geeks, the chess club, the girl that chews her hair, but at Butler High, even the creepy nose picker in the chess club is popular than Caleo Anima No matter what he did, his pale skin, snow white hair, and piercing blue eyes always made him an easy target He used to think that the only way things could get worse would be if someone found out that he was gay, but that isn t even the tip of the iceberg of problems after a mysterious stranger shows up and changes Caleo s life forever.Hidden amongst our society, a secret and magical race of people known as Leeches , have been engaging in civil war for decades Both sides are desperately searching for a weapon with unlimited power that will give them the advantage they need to rule their world This wouldn t mean anything to Caleo, except for one problemHe is that weapon Forget making it through High School Caleo has bigger problems As the search for him goes on, the world is quickly crumbling around him He s now fighting for his life and the life of what little family he has left With the help of new friends, he has little time to try and master his newly found powers as he tries to figure out who he can trust, who is trying to use him, and who just wants him dead One wrong step and being the awkward pale outcast will be the least of his worries.

  • Title: Caleo
  • Author: James Crawford
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 137
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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CALEO Die SAP Enterprise Performance Manager CALEO hat ihre neuen, modernen Brorume im neu erstellten Gallardo Brobau am Lochhamer Schlag in Grfelfing bezogen Die neuen Rumlichkeiten schaffen den Raum fr das anhaltende Wachstum des Unternehmens CALEO ist SAP Gold Partner Start Caesar Loretz GmbH Caesar Loretz GmbH, kurz Caelo, ist GMP zertifizierter Hersteller und Lieferant von Grundstoffen fr die Pharma Branche, Rohstoffen fr Kosmetik und Lebensmittel. Unternehmen CALEO Bereits mit der Grndung von CALEO haben wir uns auf SAP Software fokussiert, da wir von der Leistungsfhigkeit der Lsungen berzeugt sind Damit wurden wir bereits wenige Jahre nach der Unternehmengrndung SAP Partner und wenig spter SAP Silver Partner Seit ist CALEO Caleo draeger Caleo ermglicht Pflegemitarbeitern und Eltern einfacheren Zugang und mehr Nhe zu einem Frhgeborenen, wobei sowohl der Bedarf des Babys nach einem stabilen, geregelten Mikroklima als auch Ihr Bedarf nach stndigem Zugang, insbesondere im Notfall, bercksichtigt wird. caleo Beratende Ingenieure Unabhngigkeit ist bei caleo keine Floskel Ob Neubau, Bauteilinstandsetzung, Renovierung, energetische Modernisierung oder die Erweiterung der eigenen vier Wnde eine Baumanahme muss konomisch und kologisch auf die Wnsche und Belange des Bauherrn abgestimmt sein.

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  • Mandapanda

    Beautiful cover but it's a shame what's inside doesn't live up to it. This book is under-developed and definitely not ready for publication. The editing is appalling, especially the first 40%. Incorrect sentence structure, mixing of tenses and various other grammatical errors. It was like a rough first draft. It's a paranormal tale that has a relatively interesting premise, Leeches (humans with unique powers who feed off normal humans) are in a battle with two opposing forces. Caleo is the young [...]

  • Lynn Worton

    Review 6******WOW! This is a fantastic story! I loved it!Caleo Anima is a wonderful character! He is a warm and loving eighteen year old boy, but because of his pale skin and snow white hair, he is seen as an oddity and is shunned by most of his peers. I think this is very sad! I would love to meet him in real life! Maybe because I'm a bit of an outcast myself, I understand what he is going through! Caleo is a teenager with the usual teen problems (bullies, being ostracised and being (possibly) [...]

  • Micah

    *Detailed but Spoiler Free review*Have you ever read a book that has a good enough Premise, the characters SEEM interesting and you are excited to read but as you read the writing just bothers you? That would be Caleo.After reading multiple 4 and 5 star books, Caleo is 2.5-3 star book at best.1. CharactersCaleo is the title character and the Lead CharacterAs you can see by the cover and by the premise, he is a bit albino looking which of course gets him teased mercilessly. However, Caleo is not [...]

  • Daesy

    Ok this book seemed good, but I had this urge to go check the reviews for the other 2 books, and wtf.well Idk anymore when I'll read this book, bcs let's be sincere I'M NOT A FAN of what happens in book 3.(view spoiler)[ Caleo sleeps with Nolan? someone gets raped in book 2? Nolan dies? and other crap> (hide spoiler)]

  • Robert Zimmermann

    After reading the description for Caleo, I thought I’d be in for a great read. There’s a great story to the book that is great for fans of paranormal books. It also has a main character who’s gay. Even in the modern and diverse world of today, this isn’t found in many books (though there’s a growing amount of releases to explore). This was new territory for me and I was looking forward to this change from the “norm.”While I thought the book sounded great, there are aspects that fel [...]

  • Kimberly

    For a first time author that pubbed his own book, I was impressed. A few editorial errors, but after I started really getting into the story, those just seemed to disappear with each chapter into this facinating world that Mr. Crawford has created.A 17 yr. old that has led a hard life b/c of his appearence finds out he's decsended from an ancient race that, when in a life threatening situation, have powers that save their lives. But Caleo is born with these powers thus making him the "Angel" or [...]

  • Deeze

    I tried but this just didn't work for me. The was no realism in the characters. The outcast that is best friends with 2 of the coolest kids yet they don't stick up for him except wait yes they do?. The school announces the president is dead by class then tells them all to go to the auditorium to watch the news? wouldn't it of been better to call them all into the auditorium and told them together? And the teacher ducking into a bathroom to have a quick smoke? Why? played no role in the story as [...]

  • Dallas Vinson

    Excellent book, had trouble putting it down. Can't wait to read book 2.

  • Free_dreamer

    Overall rather meh. Didn't particularly care for Caleo and could have used another round of editing

  • Dennis

    I was looking for a urban fantasy story with a gay main character. And I wasn't disappointed by this novel. The fantastic element in this book doesn't feel really new. People with different extraordinary powers fighting of the way those powers should be used. I felt it was really similar to X-Men stories, even if it isn't the same and a lot of questions about it are hopefully answers in Book 2 or 3. Nevertheless, I liked the way the powers are described and work for the plot.About the urban fant [...]

  • Bonnie Bernard

    I received an advance copy of this book in exchange for an honest reviewwhich is to say my copy wasn't fully edited yet. Still, I give it five stars because the story engaged me enough that the few errors I encountered didn't faze me.Caleo is one of those teens many of us can look back on in our own lives and relate to - the lovable misfit without a sense of belonging anywhere. In Caleo's case, the misfit-aspect goes like this - he's unnaturally pale, an orphan, and he's gay. Not exactly a good [...]

  • Will Lutes

    First off: I LOVE THE SERIES as a whole. Can't stress that enough. The characters are engaging and each has a solid voice that rings true to the reader. The premise is a good one and unique as well. The post-apocalyptic tone to the book allows the characters to never feel they have a solid footing so the drama plays well against the backdrop. While I love the relationship that Caleo has with Jack (the two are obviously meant for each other though they struggle with it) I can't help but also feel [...]

  • Bookwatcher

    Nooooooooooooooooooo A cliffhanger end!!!!! No wait, book 2 is already out! No need to despair! Starting Jack NOW!!Some words about Caleo, book 1 of the Leech seriesHow many times did you got a book and fear it would be not well written, or have a poor plot? Well, I can tell you this indie writer not only surprises me, but let me spechless!The plot is sooooo complex you will not understand a thing before 35% of the book. You will know everything from Caleo's point of view And it's weird Very wei [...]

  • Rogue

    A young adult story that has been written by a young adult, which makes a refreshing change. The prose is inexperienced and immature, BUT that adds to its charm, as there are no long winded, over-descriptions. The story is pure brilliance, and while readers will find it similar to recent movie storylines (X-men etc.), the difference is that Caleo himself stands out in a crowd and is not part of a group that stands out from the rest. The character is gay, but you don't really get that until over [...]

  • Lee Rey

    A YA series with a gay male lead, what's not to love. Caleo is the outcast and bullied at school and has a crush on his best friend and almost brother Jack. His life is changed drastically when he is told that he is the Angel, the leader of the Leeches that is born to rule rather than be turned into a Leech. However, nothing comes to easy for Caleo, he is hunted down by 2 sides of a Leech war: those that want to use him while others believe he is a false leader that needs to be silenced. His lif [...]

  • Ann Snizek

    I completely enjoyed this book. The character dynamics were powerful and believable, the action was constantly pulling me through the book. I don't remember any spots that really dragged at all. The worst part of it was the ending. No, I'm not going to spoil it for you. I was just upset that it ended.I will say that if James Crawford hadn't ended it the way he did, I would be hunting him down like a Blessed!I can't wait to read the next book!!!

  • Aaron Varner

    I loved this book! While I do enjoy books that deal with being gay, coming out, controversy, etc. it was refreshing to read a book where the main focus was just on the story and not being gay. It was fast moving and I could barely put this book down. I am looking forward to the next in the series!!!

  • Luis Almonte

    Caleo was more than an interesting read - I couldn't put it down! The book kept me guessing right up until the very end, and even then left me wanting more. The beautiful cast of characters and rich dialogue made this read that much more enjoyable and worthwhile. I will definitely be reading the second installment in the series.

  • Mandy*reads obsessively*

    Free on amazon at the moment.

  • Yoru

    I'd been interested in reading this book when I happened to notice a Tweet from the author listing a deal for all three books in the trilogy, signed, as a bundle. Naturally, I couldn't resist, and so now here you have my review and thoughts on this first installment.This book caught me by surprise in ways I wasn't expecting it to. It does have its flaws and I'll mention those at the end, but my criticisms are very few here.Firstly, I loved the story far more than I was expecting to. This is a fa [...]

  • Ulysses Dietz

    Caleo (Leech, book 1)By James CrawfordFour stars Let me start by saying that I’ve already bought the second and third books (“Jack” and “Nolan”) to this series. I’ll follow up by noting that the story is pretty compelling, but as I read I kept thinking “these kids are all acting like jerks,” which lead me to remind myself: this is a young adult series, written for teenagers. Of course they’re going to act like jerks: they’re teenagers. Buried inside this post-apocalyptic adve [...]

  • Casey Carlisle

    Actual rating 3.5 stars.This book made a place in my heart and nestled there. What a wonderful adventure. It was such a pleasant surprise for a gay themed YA paranormal not to be all about the gay thing. Caleo was a story about a teen discovering and navigating the world of his burgeoning powers, and the political landscape of others like him. It was very X-men-like with warring factions and other people with special abilities.Some aspects of the story-telling really held this book back for me h [...]

  • Sabella

    Though this will sound weird, I am extremely particular about the YA books I read. This one ranks at the top of them and I've already mentioned to my teens that they have to check it out. The author brings this world to life in such a way that you find yourself expecting to see a Leech somewhere. Just amazing and beyond words.

  • Micha

    I like the idea of the story; but it's just not very good writing, is it? I don't get why Caleo yells everything. And his thought process. And the overall story development. A quarter in and it's already painful to continue.

  • John Eli Zuriel

    It had such potential, the narrative. But I found it draggy and a tad boring. The only thing really stopping me from giving it a lower rating is the thing Jack had, which really hit me.But, again. A bore. And I'm pretty disappointed.

  • Casie

    So awesome!This book was amazing! A new and interesting concept that made me extremely excited to read what was gonna happen next! The book just kept getting better as the story progressed. I'm super excited to read book 2.

  • Mike Macauley

    Wanted to enjoy it but couldn't get past the dozens of grammar and editing errors throughout the book. Those errors, coupled with some iffy writing, made me feel like I was reading a rough draft rather than a finished book. Won't bother reading the rest of the books, sadly.

  • Josh Peterson

    Fun read but disappointing conclusion. Fun read for most of the book but the end seemed rather confusing. I did enjoy most of it though.

  • Scott

    Some continuity and grammar issues, but a good start to this "epic". You get a lot of the emotions behind what is happening with Caleo without venturing into "telling". Will read on

  • Avid Reader Amy's Reviews

    For me the cover sold the book. I loved the colors and that it focused solely on Caleo and his power which is frost. Reading the story it more than met my expectations.There is so much action and drama packed into this book it's insane. A good insane :) The story starts off when Caleo was a baby. Even then he was different. Frosty white but with the bluest eyes. He's not albino he is much more. His life changes when he saves his own life by taking his father's but inadvertently takes his mother' [...]

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