|Cassie''s ability to see the mark seems useless--especially when she can''t save her grandmother. But when the mark appears on her boyfriend, Cassie not only saves him but convinces him of her power. Together, they seek those marked for death to change destiny. But the question remains: Is it really okay to play with fate?|
From the Publisher:
Cassie has always seen the mark—a soft glow like candlelight—but she only just discovered what it means. A marked person will die within twenty-four hours. At first Cassie's ability seems useless—especially when she can't save her own grandmother. But when the mark appears on her boyfriend, Cassie not only saves him but convinces him of her power. Together, they search out those marked for death, trying to change destiny. But the question remains: is it really okay to play with fate?
The Mark by Jen Nadol - Book Review
By: Diane Morasco Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 10/19/2011 1:16 AM
|Jen Nadol’s young adult debut novel has a cool, beguiling premise that pulls the reader in and illustrates what thinking outside the box can produce. Though Nadol’s story is a bit perplexing at times with the juxtaposition of past and present scenes, it eventually pulls together. The Mark is a thought-provoking, well-written, haunting tale featuring a delightful protagonist with a remarkable gift....read the full review|