Description: In Ethan Wate's hometown there lies the darkest of secrets . . .
There is a girl. Slowly, she pulled the hood from her head . . . Green eyes, black hair. Lena Duchannes.
There is a curse. On the Sixteenth Moon, the Sixteenth Year, the Book will take what it's been promised. And no one can stop it.
In the end, there is a grave.
Lena and Ethan become bound together by a deep, powerful love. But Lena is cursed and on her sixteenth birthday, her fate will be decided. Ethan never even saw it coming.
Review: I'm going to start off by saying that I haven't read this book for a couple years so I'm just going to state things that I remember liking or not liking about this book. Something that I was actually surprised about this book is that it is told from a male's perspective; which greatly influences this book. Of course I am not a male, so I can't really say, but I think the authors did a good job in portraying everything from a male perspective. It starts in a dream Ethan has about this girl, which you later find out is a reoccurring nightmare. Ethan doesn't know who this girl is or anything about her, bringing anticipation to this book right from the start. Learning about this new world by being completely immersed in it is an incredible experience. I highly recommend this book for anyone who enjoys fantasy or romance, or even if you just want to try giving something new a chance. Everyone I know who has read this book has thoroughly enjoyed it and loves it just as much as I do.