Albert Camus

Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Sunday, December 21, 2014

Death is everywhere. - Camryn Cruise series by Brina Courtney

It was very vivid, Camryn herself is a tough cookie, and the cliffhanger ending will keep you on your toes till the next installment comes out. [...] and that's the best part of the book, reading about The Sick and thinking, "Wow, this could be real." It's the clincher that makes this a YA story worth reading. -Goodreads about Book#1

Book #1 - Camryn Cruise is not human. But she doesn’t know what she is. Not yet. 
The world is falling apart and her only escape is Camp Silverlake where she frequently stayed as a child. But Camryn’s summers weren’t filled with crafting and swimming, they were spent learning combat skills and how to protect herself from the outside world. 

Now she must return to Camp Silverlake to learn the truth, about who she is and she’ll discover the secret hidden within her blood. A secret that could save them all. 

Book #2 - Camryn Cruise is not human. But her best friend Kiley is.
They’re stuck, they can’t leave Silverlake without possibly being killed. Or Kiley could become one of the Sick. She could die. But Silverlake isn’t safe for her either. The Cured don’t want her there. The sickness could use her to mutate the virus again. 
She could kill them all.
Camryn could be the key to saving them.

Book #3 - Camryn Cruise is not human. But she will fight to protect those who are.
Kiley is her best friend. And now there’s Finn. Finn with his blue eyes, and his long eyelashes. Finn makes Camryn’s heart stop. She has to decide to not stop for him though. The Sick are coming and if they get inside the walls of Silverlake war will be inevitable.
Death is everywhere.

About the author:
Brina Courtney is a young adult author obsessed with chocolate, crime shows, and fantasy movies. She's spent the last few years as an elementary teacher and a high school cheering coach. She lives in a small town in Pennsylvania with her husband and two very loud, small dogs. 

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