Rae of Hope review by CDi
Rae of Hope
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Paranormal
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Age at time of review - 11
Reviewer's Location - Towson, Maryland, United States
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All Rae Kerrigan remembers about her parents is the suspicious fire that killed them. She moved from her home in England to New York with her uncle, and never questioned her family's history. But when a super elite, super-secret Guilder Boarding School in England seeks her out, she finds out there might be more to her parents than she could have ever imagined. For one thing, everyone in this school is special -- they all get inked with a special tattoo (called a tat) on their sixteenth birthday that gives them supernatural powers. For another thing, she finds out that both her parents were inked. And for one more thing, her dad was some evil guy trying to use his power to control the world. Can Rae prove to the school that she is not the same person her father was? Can she even convince herself? Is there a ray of hope in her life?


I absolutely loved this book! It's not vampires, wizards, werewolves, or any of that other stuff that's so overdone now -- it's totally unique! Definitely a page turner, I loved finding out more about everyone's tats and especially Rae's and how she learned to use it. The ending is great but unexpected. I heard that there will be a sequel to this book and I am so excited to read it! This was a really amazing book, and I would recommend it to anyone who likes fantasy like Twilight or Harry Potter but wants something new. This book included mystery, magic, romance, and hot guys! I could definitely see it being an amazing movie.



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