He promised my parents that he was old enough to take care of me for the long weekend. Apparently, our neighbor was supposed to come over during dinner to keep an eye on us and clean and check-in to make sure we were alive and well, but fuck knows where that lady went. I never saw her.
Three hours after my parents left, Kyle came over and shortly later, the party began. As more and more underage kids came to our home, Kyle and John brought me upstairs.
“Don’t leave the fucking room, Jimmy,” John snarled, stabbing his finger towards me like I was a baby. Kyle stood next to him with his arms crossed over his chest like a big bad bouncer. His dark hair looked like a military soldier, cut short and flat on top. They were in my room, and yet, they acted like the owned the entire place.
Review of the Week
Written by Jenny H
This is the first and only book (so far) that I have read by Taylor Lavati and boy did she impress me! Wingless isn't what I would normally pick up and read, but thought I'd try it out and I am so glad I did. The characters and "worlds" she creates are done so well that you can actually picture them and feel like you are there right along with the characters.
My favorite quote from Wingless is "I don't fit in here. Why am I even trying?" -Annie
In summary, Wingless is the story about a girl named Annie who is supposed to get her wings on her 16th birthday and find out what her job will be in the upper veil. However, things don't always work out the way they are supposed to. After her 16th birthday comes and she doesn't get her wings they have to find out "what" she is. She is then sent to Earth to live and becomes involved with the wrong group of people and ends up in the lower veil. To find out "what" Annie is and to find out if she gets out of the lower veil you'll have to read the book. Which is totally worth it to find out all the other stuff that happens to Annie, Micah, Hare, Hannah and Luke.
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