Book 2: The Scarring

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The Scarring (Spirit Warriors #2)

Author: D.E.L. Connor

Published: July 21, 2014

Publisher: Booktrope

 

“One of us would finally end what had been started by the machayiwiw so many years ago. I would have to kill him. It was just that simple. I never thought I would want to kill anybody or anything, but maybe I never had anything worth killing for before.”

-Emmeline Rima Belrose, The Scarring (Spirit Warriors, Book 2)

 

In the majestic beauty of a Montana summer, Emme and her friends celebrate her near-drowning survival and their defeat of the powerful evil spirit, the machayiwiw. But even as they rejoice, things are amiss. Emme watches helplessly as her family divides, and her friends struggle to hold their relationship together. Worse yet, the love-of-her life, Charlie, announces that he will move back to the reservation, without Emme. Different nightmares take over and Emme realizes she must fight and kill—or watch those she loves be killed. Friends from the reservation reach out to Emme and show her what evil can steal from her. Emme believes that evil can never break her bond with the Spirit Warriors or the love she shares with Charlie. Or can it?

 

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What book bloggers are saying about The Scarring

 

The story flowed and was easy to follow. As you read you feel as if you are part of the story.” – Indy Book Fairy

The imagery and use of the senses puts the reader right there with the characters.” – The Musings of a Book Addict

“Reading about Emme and her friends took me to a world I absolutely loved. I would have willingly stayed there longer but what to do when the book ended. D.E.L Connor has written a story that blew my mind.” KJ Reads Alot blogspot

“A great young adult series along the formulaic values of the “Twilight” series. Also a wonderful book for adults who want to immerse themselves in a world full of youth and American Indian heritage.” Respect the Books

“Every time, I become more attached to the characters and it makes the read so much more intense as the feeling of reality is still there. You learn more about the characters Emme, Ollie, Charlie, Bets. Charlie and newcomers Jack and Raymond. Spirit Warriors: The Scarring is a fabulous book and once more, I could see this as a film.” Cookie Book Reviews