Wildcat Fireflies

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Penguin Random House Australia, Nov 30, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 528 pages
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Half human, half angel, Meridian Sozu has a dark responsibility

Meridian Sozu is a Fenestra - a human-angel link between the dying and the beyond. It is her calling to help souls safely make the transition into the afterlife. Though she appears human to the living, she is the light that the dying see as they prepare to leave this world. But she and all Fenestras are threatened by the Aternocti, dark forces who snatch souls from the Light and suck them into the void of Evil, causing chaos. At Meridian's side, Tens Valdes, her Soul Mate and destined Protector, must learn his responsibilities not only to Meridian but also to the humans who need them. Still mourning their beloved Auntie-the woman who taught them everything they know-Meridian and Tens have hit the road seeking another Fenestra. Their search leads them from Colorado to Indiana, to a dilapidated facility called Dunklebarger that houses foster children and the dying elderly, as well as a corrupt system set up by the Aternocti to find young Fenestras. Dunklebarger is the only home Juliet remembers. Surrounded by death and illness, she struggles to make a loving home for the youngest kids and to protect them from the violent whims of the headmistress. As she nears her sixteenth birthday, Juliet's light and her will to escape weaken with each passing day . . . and she feels a seductive pull toward the dying, who sickness seems to infect her, forcing her closer to the end . . . Will Juliet hang on long enough for Meridian and Tens to find her? Or will the Aternocti that lurk in the very house Juliet calls home get to her first?

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User Review  - Bookswithbite - LibraryThing

I read the first book before I started blogging and really loved it. The whole world building as well as the characters capture my imagination an set me on a whole new path to discover. What I loved ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mary - Goodreads

I really liked this book, but felt a little disappointed with some parts. It seemed she couldn't forgive her mother from telling her the truth. I think she did the best to protect her daughter, and ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Amber Kizer is addicted to trashy reality television, sour candy, loud pop music, and the scent of fresh lilies. Like Auntie in MERIDIAN, Amber finds inspiration in quilting and baking. She likes to write with book-specific scented candles burning and a book-specific playlist going in the background (for MERIDIAN, pine- and fir-scented candles and Celtic folk and rock music). She lives on an island with a menagerie of animals and too many yet-to-be-read books. Amber's debut novel, ONE BUTT CHEEK AT A TIME, was named a New York Public Library Best Book for the Teen Age. She enjoys hearing from readers via her official website, www.AmberKizer.com. You can learn more about Meridian at www.MeridianSozu.com.

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