Damian Cass died when he was a teenager at the hands of his own father. A hateful soul afterwards, and lost in between realms, his only solace was to find someone to torment, someone else to blame for his father’s evil ways. Until Damian is sent back unwillingly for another chance at life, a life he can’t fully remember. Aurora McKay has lost everything important to her. LDamian Cass died when he was a teenager at the hands of his own father. A hateful soul afterwards, and lost in between realms, his only solace was to find someone to torment, someone else to blame for his father’s evil ways. Until Damian is sent back unwillingly for another chance at life, a life he can’t fully remember. Aurora McKay has lost everything important to her. Living on grief and hope, she hangs on by a thread each day. When she ends up in the very same place Damian lands, the last thing she expects is to feel anything for him—a boy who has as many secrets as she does. In this sequel to The Sharing Moon, the most difficult paths lead two people on a journey they never imagined. One where both fear and belief bring forgiveness to a heart that was never supposed to feel love....
|Title||:||A Halo Sun|
|Number of Pages||:||308 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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A Halo Sun Reviews
A Halo Sun is a beautifully written young adult paranormal novel and also the sequel to The Sharing Moon. It can be read without reading The Sharing Moon, but I enjoyed all the little pieces that tied them together. Damian Cass is a troubled soul that gets a second chance at life. He finds himself in a psychiatric hospital, confused, angry, and unable to remember any of his past. He sees people there that he's not sure even exist, but they are the only ones nice to him. He still chooses to be introverted and standoffish, even to a girl, Aurora, who seems to always be around. He doesn't want to talk to her or anyone else there, not even his own mother, but he wants answers to why he was given this second chance at life when he should surely be dead. He knows his father killed him, and the anger toward him is all-consuming. Damian gets released from the psych hospital and lives with his mother, tension and confusion still present, but he needs to get back to life and his mother is there to attempt to help him do that.Aurora also happens to get released from the psych hospital and Damian wonders why she keeps showing up. What kind of stalker-girl would follow him, an angry lost soul, around his own town? He only knows he wants nothing to do with her...he thinks. She's a bit curious to him, mysterious even, and infuriatingly always present with questions that he doesn't want to answer. Ever so slowly she chips away at the wall that surrounds him, and a bond forms. But why is she wanting to be with him? Is it because she thinks mentally stricken guys are attractive? You will have to read and find out!I loved this book, especially the descriptive writing and paranormal elements. I would highly recommend A Halo Sun to anyone that adores the magic of books.
First of all, I went back and reread "The Sharing Moon" by Christy to refresh my memory and then went right to "A Halo Sun". I thoroughly enjoyed both books, and really felt an affinity to some of the characters. I also understood about depression and anxiety, which made each book more meaningful. I loved that the first book ended on a promising note and then when I got into the second book, I understood more about some passages in the first. I liked the way A Halo Sun wove parts of the story into occurrences from The Sharing Moon. That was neat, as it sort of explained some dramatic actions in the first. I really really liked Damien and felt sort of maternal toward him, yet strangely drawn to him. I kept "rooting" for him through the story. I liked the way the two books kind of intertwined in some ways and totally enjoyed them both. They are well written and I'm sure I will reread them in the near future. Keep writing Christy!
Goodreads win. Will read and review once received.This was a well written book that was very hard to put down. It was a quick read and the pacing of the book was nicely. I will admit I read this book before the first one and I will say it is possible to read it that way if you want. But I am sure if i would have read the first book first and then the second book second it would have been even more enjoyable. The book was very descriptive. I loved it and would love to read more from this author.
I received this book through a giveaway.I absolutely loved reading about Damian and Aurora. It reminded me a little of my own fears in life and how we have many chances to change who we are while we are still alive. No one knows for certain if it's possible to die and come back, but we don't have to physically die to be born again. Also, no one is ever truly alone. And even when you think you are, there will be someone there, like Aurora, refusing to go and never giving up.
I liked A Halo Sun more than The Sharing Moon. I liked the choice of Damian as the main character! We saw a tiny bit of him in the first book, and I like that readers can find out more about him. His emotions were very real, and I could connect a lot with him. The amnesia was more visible in A Halo Sun, and that helped the character development. He developed tremendously over the book. There was less romance than in the first one, and A Halo Sun is more about emotion and character development. Read my full review at http://pagesforthoughts.blogspot.com/...