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My Soul to Lose

My Soul to Lose It was supposed to be a fun day shopping at the mall with her best friend Then the panic attack started and Kaylee Cavanaugh finds herself screaming unable to stop Her secret fears are exposed and i

  • Title: My Soul to Lose
  • Author: Rachel Vincent
  • ISBN: 9781426838675
  • Page: 121
  • Format: ebook
  • It was supposed to be a fun day, shopping at the mall with her best friend Then the panic attack started and Kaylee Cavanaugh finds herself screaming, unable to stop Her secret fears are exposed and it s the worst day of her life.Until she wakes up in the psychiatric unit.She tries to convince everyone she s fine despite the shadows she sees forming around another patieIt was supposed to be a fun day, shopping at the mall with her best friend Then the panic attack started and Kaylee Cavanaugh finds herself screaming, unable to stop Her secret fears are exposed and it s the worst day of her life.Until she wakes up in the psychiatric unit.She tries to convince everyone she s fine despite the shadows she sees forming around another patient and the urge to scream which comes burbling up again and again Everyone thinks she s crazy Everyone except Lydia, that is Another patient with some special abilities An eBook exclusive prequel to Rachel Vincent s SOUL SCREAMERS series.

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    1. Cereja Cult on said:

      Really, really good start to a series. Luv it.Review 11/06/2011The Plot - It's original, really original. Kaylee has a secret that no one knows. When she is near someone that is going to die she screams. Not just an 'I broke my foot scream' but a really, really 'tear up your throat scream'. The Characters - This is a short story, so I couldn't know much of them. Nevertheless, it was enough to know that Keilee is a teen with some really dark secret and has to hide or else she'll be in deep shit. [...]

    2. Heidi on said:

      My Soul to StealFour stars: A gripping prequel that will leave you screaming for more!Kaylee and her best friend, Emma, chatter excitedly as they peruse the packed mall. Happily, they shop, making plans for the big homecoming dance. Without warning Kaylee begins to tremble and sweat as panic and fear assault her senses. Deep inside she can feel the scream beginning to swell, building and pushing to break free to pierce the air. Desperate, Kaylee gasps for Emma to help her. Quickly, the two girls [...]

    3. Deyse on said:

      Review originally posted here.I've been wanting to read something from Rachel Vincent ever since I discovered her books, but I never seemed to find the time to do it, so I prioritized started her first (I think) YA series, Soul Screamers, I was a bit wary because it's paranormal and it was published right on the fever of Twilight, so it could go very wrong but a lot of people enjoyed this series.I'm impressed by this short novella, it doesn't fall into YA paranormal cliches and it didn't read li [...]

    4. Annie Brewer on said:

      This was a relatively quick read. A prequel if you will to the Soul Screamer books. It was a damn good one too. I can already tell I am going to devour this series. It was pretty intense and I kept turning page after page to see what happens next. Wow and what an intriguing concept this was. A different take on the paranormal world. I can't wait to delve into the next 5 books!!!!

    5. Cyndi on said:

      Ok, this story is scary! A young girl has what she thinks are panic attacks. Of course, those of us who read a lot of supernatural stories know she’s a banshee. Then it gets worse when she ends up in ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest’

    6. Sarah Marie on said:

      My Soul to Lose by Rachel Vincent, narrated by Amanda RonconiPrequel to the Soul Screamers series4 starsKaylee Cavanaugh was supposed to just have a normal day shopping at the mall, but a panic attack took over and she couldn’t stop screaming. When she wakes up, she finds herself in a psych hospital. As she tries to convince everyone she is fine, another patient seems to be curious about who she is. My first audiobook! I would say it was a success. I didn’t love My Soul to Lose but I really [...]

    7. Stacia (the 2010 club) on said:

      Another lazy weekend review. I had but a few stolen minutes to read tonight, so instead of only making a couple chapters of headway on a long book, I figured I'd squeeze in a freebie short. It's been a while since I've read book 1 of this series, so I thought using the prequel as a refresher course might be a good idea. Eh, not really. I thought this was an okay read, but I don't think it was absolutely necessary either.I'd say skip this and go right to book 1, then come back and read the preque [...]

    8. Becca on said:

      Prequels have a very specific job - give you, as the reader, just enough of a taste of a series that you'll pull the bills out of your pocket to purchase the full book. So often, I've been unable to connect with the MC or its premise.  Not so with this book! Rachel pulled me into the plot within four pages and created a real sense of empathy with Kaylee. summary: "It was supposed to be a fun day, shopping at the mall with her best friend. Then the panic attack started and Kaylee Cavanaugh finds [...]

    9. Danielle Smiley on said:

      This was a really well done short story. Even as a stand-alone story, without the rest of the series, this was so worth the read. This prequel is about Kaylee having an "episode" and ending up in a mental health ward. It's really intense, but has it's humorous moments. Kaylee meets a girl Lydia, whom I can't tell you much about without giving too much away. Lydia is my favorite in this story. This is definitely a great way to start the series.

    10. Brandi on said:

      This is the prequel/ novella that kicks off the Soul Screamers series. I have had this series on my tbr for far too long and now I look forward to reading the rest of the books! I enjoyed this little dip into the Soul Screamers pool, so to speak. It was a nice way to introduce you to the main character and let you see into her ability. If you like YA paranormal, this is up your alley! The narrator did a great job, too. I look forward to hearing more of her work.

    11. Nicola on said:

      My Soul To Lose is a prequel novella to Rachel Vincent's popular series, Soul Screamers, which I have yet to read! While I think it probably isn't absolutely necessary to read this novella before the rest of the series, I found it to be a lovely introduction to the world and characters. It left me with a huge urge to read the first book which hopefully I'll get to do really soon! Sometimes novellas can be lacking in substance or feel like they were cut short but this one certainly wasn't.The sto [...]

    12. Kayleigh K-Books on said:

      My Soul to Lose Review on K-BooksAfter having this series for a long time I finally decided to pick it up and start it. I did read the first book in this series, My Soul to Take, last year but never got around to reading the others so decided to start it again from the prequel.Kaylee is having a normal day shopping at the Mall with her best friend Emma. But then she feels the dreaded feeling that causes her to scream uncontrollably. Waking up in a mental hospital, Kaylee knows that she is not cr [...]

    13. Rose on said:

      "My Soul to Lose" is the prequel novella to Rachel Vincent's "Soul Screamers" series. I haven't read the series to date, but I have to say that it's a wonderful, eerie introduction that piqued my curiosity and interest in the series. The story centers around Kaylee Cavenaugh, a young woman afflicted with an odd series of panic attacks. Unfortunately, after a panic incident in the middle of the mall (and seeing shadows closing in over a boy in a wheelchair), Kaylee ends up in a mental institution [...]

    14. The Flooze on said:

      Having never read anything from Vincent before, I was pleasantly surprised by the prequel to her Soul Screamers series. The writing was tight, the character of Kaylee felt very real, and the terror of her "panic attacks" was so well described, I felt my own throat closing uncomfortably. For an introduction to a new UF universe, it did its job of peaking my interest--I'll seek out the book.

    15. Andrea on said:

      I am re-reading the Soul Screamers series as part of the Soul Screamers Reading Challenge, hosted by the awesome Rachel at Fiktshun. I recently read the entire series, including the novellas and, I believe, all of the short stories found in various anthologies. But this reading challenge was too good to pass up. My first introduction to the Soul Screamers series was an audiobook of My Soul to Lose (Soul Screamers, #1) that I found free on Audible. I loved it and quickly downloaded My Soul to Tak [...]

    16. Carina on said:

      My Rating: 4.5 / 5What I thought about it:When I decided to join the Soul Screamers Reading Challenge to finally start this series, I thought it would be a good idea to read the novellas and novels in the right order and start with My Soul to Lose. I definitely didn't regret this decision, because this little novella was a perfect introduction into the series.While we don't get to know many characters, reading this was a good way to get to know the main character Kaylee and witness how she strug [...]

    17. Jannat Bhat on said:

      That's some way to start a series. It was so damn intriguing. I sure can say that I did like it but then I have so many questions and it left me wanting more. In this short prequel, we meet Kaylee Cavanaugh and her best friend Emma. Kaylee was a very normal teenager, she has a best friend and of course teenage dilemmas. Talk about plotting revenge with the help of the best friend. Everything was fine until she had this weird feeling. Her panic attack started happening and she started seeing this [...]

    18. Jenn on said:

      3.5 StarsI had never heard of this series going in and I'm kind of glad that I went in blind. My Soul to Lose is a prequel to the Soul Screamers series and introduces the character of Kaylee. What we learn fairly quickly is that Kaylee suffers from panic attacks. But they aren't normal panic attacks. These attacks quite literally take control of her body, overriding all of her senses until there is nothing left but fear and she has no choice but to let it out in a soul shattering scream. Unfortu [...]

    19. Lady Jaye on said:

      *You can download/read this novella/novellita(?) free on *Ms. Vincent is a first-time author for me, and I'm really glad I got this book. I like the cover a lot too. It's a really short piece - only about 53 pages, and what a 53 pages it was! I was completely intrigued the entire time I was reading it. Kaylee knows she can't scream because something bad will happen. The one time she does scream, it's so horrific she ends up in a psychiatric facility. One inmate there seems to know what she is, b [...]

    20. Taschima on said:

      I figured if I am to re-read the Soul Screamers series I best read all the novellas as well. And I really liked this one. I found it to be terrifying the way that Kaylee has to deal with her issues and not let anyone around her notice. The ending is very ominous. I like that we get to meet Lydia for the first time and see how she deals with everybody's pain, how good a person she is by taking it on herself while helping those around her continue on with their lives. I wouldn't read this one howe [...]

    21. Kathy on said:

      My Soul to Lose is a short Prequel to My Soul to Take.I'm actually glad I read My Soul to Take first. This could have been a prologue to that book but I liked not knowing what was in this book when I read My Soul to Take. I think you can honestly go either way, read this first or the book first but I would recommend reading My Soul to Take first.There is really nothing more I can say that won't be a spoiler. A must read for Soul Screamers fans.Rating: 4 Stars - Great BookContent: language, innue [...]

    22. AH on said:

      Nice, short story setting up Rachel Vincent's Soul Screamers series. I enjoyed this story and will definitely be reading the rest of the series. I loved the heroine Kaylee and how she struggled to deal with her ability to sense impending death. She has a rather wry sense of humor and when her aunt sends her some clothes to the mental health institute, Kaylee puts on the clothes. Later, she notices that the sweatsuit is made of a sparkly material. She comments to herself: "Great. I'm psychotic an [...]

    23. Kelley Anne on said:

      This was a great short story! It's the prequal to a new series by one of my favorite authors. I'll admit that before I read it I thought that I probably wouldn't be interested. But I found that not only was I pulled in by the story, now I can't wait for the first book to be released. For those interested, you can download a free copy off of Vincent's website. I got a copy of the audiobook for free off of audible. This seems to be the start of a great new series!

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