Free Read [History Book] ↠ Seventh Mark - Part 1 - by W.J. May ç

By W.J. May | Comments: ( 886 ) | Date: ( Jul 12, 2020 )

Like most teenagers, Rouge is trying to figure out who she is and what she wants to be With little knowledge about her past, she has questions but has never tried to find the answers Everything changes when she befriends a strangely intoxicating family Siblings Grace and Michael, appear to have secrets which seem connected to Rouge Her hunch is confirmed when a horriblLike most teenagers, Rouge is trying to figure out who she is and what she wants to be With little knowledge about her past, she has questions but has never tried to find the answers Everything changes when she befriends a strangely intoxicating family Siblings Grace and Michael, appear to have secrets which seem connected to Rouge Her hunch is confirmed when a horrible incident occurs at an outdoor party Rouge may be the only one who can find the answer An ancient journal, a Sioghra necklace and a special mark force life altering decisions for a girl who grew up unprepared to fight for her life or others All secrets have a cost and Rouge s determination to find the truth can only lead to trouble or something even sinister Warning This book will end on a cliffhanger Book 2 picks up where this book ends.

  • Title: Seventh Mark - Part 1
  • Author: W.J. May
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

W.J. May

Wanita May grew up in the fruit belt of Ontario St.Catharines Crazy happy childhood, she always has had a vivid imagination and loads of energy The youngest of six four older brothers, and a sister taught her at a young age to be competitive in all aspects of life At sixteen, she began competing in athletics track and field and before she turned seventeen, she was representing Canada in high jump She continued to compete, breaking Canada s JR High Jump record 1.92m 6 3 1 2 for those metric ly challenged She attented University of Toronto, and Kansas State University winning CIAU s and becoming All American 6x NCAA Indoors Runner Up But you re not interested in her athletic career unless of course you re curious to know she stands 1.70m 5 7 and has jumped 20cm over her head on than one occassion She s represented Canada at the World Championships, World Jrs won Francophone Games, and loved every minute of every competition From the grueling workouts, the crazy weights she lifted on her back, the days she thought her lungs were going to spit out of her mouth for lack of oxygen, the travelling around the world and the opportunity to read her favourite past time Life continued with her husband a distance runner from Liverpool, UK, who she met at KSU and then their first, then second and finally third child Their house became full of imagination and stories Wanita and her husband run an online business, dealing in antiques and collectables particularly jewelry and porcelain one of the business website wadeincanada After her father passed away in 2009, from a six year battle with cancer which she still believes he won the fight against , she began to write again A passion she d loved for years, but realized life was too short to keep putting it off Her first book, Rae of Hope from the Chronicles of Kerrigan will be available October 2011 by kNight Romance Publishing She is currently represented by Dawn Dowdle of Blue Ridge Literary Agency Wanita is a writer of Young Adult, Fantasy Fiction and where ever else her little muses take her.

Comments Seventh Mark - Part 1

  • Allison ☾

    Considering I got this entire box set for $.99 it was not bad at all. I can't be mad. This story was pretty interesting. everything just happens SO. FAST. Here's a summary:Rouge: I’m new.Grace: We are BFFs now.Rouge: Okay let’s go.Rouge: *gets attacked by some beast*Rouge: What was that thing?!Michael: A supernatural monster called a Grollic.Rouge: Omg okay!Michael: I’m no good for you.Rouge: But I like you.Michael: Screw it, let’s make out.Michael: There are things I can’t tell you.Ro [...]

  • Adrielle

    This novel has instant everything. It's the McDonalds of novels. Want instant attraction, instant friendship, instant in the middle of a plot and instant paranormal try hard? Want some dialogue with that? Super size it! Queue that greasy, heavy, bloated feeling you get when you've had too much take out. I now need me some serious exercise to rid myself of those unwanted pounds. Time to get healthy and find a novel rich in character development, description and world building before I turn anorex [...]

  • Marcie Wegner

    The story has supernatural elements, mystery, and the beginnings of a love story. The characters needed a little more development and background to get the reader really involved in their story. The book is part 1 of 2 and really left the reader hanging, wanting to know what was happening. I would not get Part 1 without Part 2. W. J May did a wonderful job incorporating the story of little red riding hood into the book and I think with part 2, this will be a well thought out and interesting stor [...]

  • Summer

    Horrible. Nothing made sense and everything clicked together instantly. Rouge is a foster kid that moved with her foster parents. Okay. But she doesn't really like them, never wants to be home much, and they get crabby if she's in the house for the weekend? Then why move with them across the country? She's been in her new place a few days (a week?) and she stops by the school (that magically seems to be open) to take a look around. Rouge runs into Grace and then this monstrosity of a scene happe [...]

  • Susanna

    I am Surprised, but I Actually Liked This BookI love YA books, even though I haven't been in that age category for about ten years. I like the clean-ness of this book. It has a kind of supernatural I have never heard of, so that is nice.The storyline was good, except it just cut off in the middle. No revelations made at the end. Just the end, buy part two to find out what happens. Seriously, that was cruddy. Why cut a book into two parts, short parts at that? Then make you pay for the rest of th [...]

  • Auntie K

    Title: Seventh mark Author: WJ MayPublisher: Dark Shadows PublishingPublished Date: July 8th 2014 Pages: 70 Summary: Beautiful Rouge has little knowledge about her past, she has questions but has never tried to find the answers. Everything changes when she befriends a strangely intoxicating family. Siblings Grace and Michael, appear to have secrets which seem somehow connected to Rouge. Forced to be apart, Michael and Rouge's worlds collide when a hidden terror threatens to destroy Michael's fa [...]

  • Rosie Amber

    Seventh Mark Part 1 is a YA paranormal fantasy set on the west coast of Canada in the town of Port Coquitlam. Rouge Riding has recently moved here with her foster parents and at 17 she's about to enter her final year of High School. Whilst out jogging at dusk she meets a super hot mysterious guy in a cemetery and can't stop thinking about him.The next day Rouge heads to school to pick up her timetable and get her bearings, she bumps into Grace who instantly takes her under her wing befriending R [...]

  • Cat

    First, I'd like to thank the author for the note about the cliff hanger ending.Second, I enjoyed this story. There's a ton of mystery but there's some humor and a bit of romance, too. Characters are interesting, though I could use more about all of them. I suppose that's the pointOverall the pacing is decent and narration was entertaining.Must read #2!

  • Melanie

    This book was okay. I really like the writing and the plot looks interesting. My only problems are that, first, the editing is not really well done - especially concerning speech symbols, and secondly, the book ended too abruptly. Yes I am aware that there's a cliffhanger disclaimer at the beginning, but it still was too short and abrupt. And not in a good way. I enjoyed it nevertheless.

  • Kim

    W.J.May did an great job telling the story. A very quick read. Gives great details,keeps you in suspense and wanting more. My first book I have read by W.J.May and can't wait to read more. I recommend this book for any ages and if you like Fantasy then this is one series you will NOT WANT TO MISS.

  • Pamijo Perkins

    It took a little bit to get into, but I got there. Makes for a good YA short read. By the time I finished the book, I found I wanted to go get Part 2. Not that bad when I read every book I can get my hands on. I needed a short book, and this foot the bill.

  • Emma Taylor

    An amazing read! Seventh Mark is a pretty fast paced book so there wasn't any dragging and I loved that the most. There's a mysterious feel to it as well. All in all I recommend to anyone who enjoys shifter books. You'll definitely love this book and anticipate the next one.

  • Jenny Miller

    Found myself not liking it then liking it then not went back & forth with a bit of a loose story-line that drags out twists for an incredibly long time, but still found myself wanting to know what happens next. Looking forward to the rest of the series

  • Victoria

    Is a great book to read

  • Mary E

    I didn't think I'd like this book but I was wrong! It was great! Can't wait to read part two.

  • Kathryn Synoracki

    This is the beginning of Rouge's journey, to find out who she is and where she belongs. It's also a story of love and strength. I highly recommend this series and can't wait for more.

  • Catherine

    cant wait to read the second one

  • Paige

    This book was Okay,I found it an easy read when I was looking for something quick and light, but it wasn't something I would say had me hooked right away. For me this was the kind of book I found was good just to kill an hour of time or something like that. The plot was okay, but I found it picked up way too fast and I didn't really get the chance to get to know Rouge and the other characters. The description of the characters was also one that got me a little confused. I don't think the author [...]

  • Jack Vasen

    Twilight much? I could actually visualize the characters and setting in that movie as I read.Fast reading but there's no subtlety. There is an attempt to keep the reader in suspense as the secrets unfold, but it is like an information dump. There is no character development. So far characters like Caleb are one-dimensional and Michael isn't much better.It's only half a book but at least the author doesn't keep it a secret that there is a continuation. My thought is why bother to cut it in half. [...]

  • Teri

    This was an interesting read. She was abandoned in the foster care system as a baby and never adopted. When the family she is with decides to move and she only has months before turning 18 she moves with them. Little did she know her life was about to change. She thought she had only found friends for the first time ever but it was so much more. This is my second read by this author and I am not real sure what to think. I mean it's a great concept and with the ages of the main character it kinda [...]

  • Avid

    Interesting concept, but slow pace and plot full of plotholes. Part 1 and part 2 should never have been separated. part 1 just ends without any kind of resolution to any of the plot lines. there are huge holes in the plot that aren't filled, and so I'm not inclined to spend my money on part 2 just to see if they are filled.

  • Jaci Robinson

    A very fun read, perfect for the beach or pool! Mystery and interesting relationships, a fun world that was different than what I've previously read. The author's enthusiasm for her characters and storyline is contagious. The relationships are age appropriate for the characters which is a refreshing change from other books of this kind. Looking forward to reading more of the series!

  • Christian Nikitas

    This is a paranormal romance, so of course the main character falls for the paranormal. I do like that there are mythical creatures that are supposed to be extinct and children of fallen angels in the story. I would recommend this book to fantasy/paranormal romance lovers.

  • Glennys Clothier

    If this book doesn't leave you wanting more then something is wrong. This is the first in a series of 5 books and in less than two weeks I have read 3 of them, If you like Urban Fantasy then do yourself a favour

  • Mary Winstead

    Great book about a girl named Rogue who meets a boy in a cemetery and falls for him. Next day she starts her new high school and meets a girl. When they become friends Rouge stays the night only to realize the girl and boy she's falling for are twins. Must read won't disappoint.

  • Kerrie

    .5 stars not even 😡

  • Lo r n aDodge

    Interesting plot, but, did not enthrall me. Was a nice read.

  • Stephanie Howells

    Read the first ebook and half of the second, but gave up due to all the typos and errors. I just couldn't concentrate on the story.

  • Amanda Koehnlein

    Its ok has parts that are like Twilight which gets dull reading over time.

  • Pat Welte

    I enjoyed reading this book. I am looking forward to Part 2. W.J. May kept my interest lots of twists and turns.

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