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  1. Cora Tea Party Princess Cora Tea Party Princess says:

    5 Words Thrilling, real, eerie, attraction, belief.Possessing Rayne is one of those books that I can read again and again I never get bored of it I love the style, I love the characters, I love the intrigue, I love the realism, I love the element of fantasy, I love how very British it is.And why is it so hard to review the books you love My favourite part of this book is probably how Rayne herself feels She develops so much as a character and is pretty much unrecognisable as the girl she on 5 Words Thrilling, real, eerie, attraction, belief.Possessing Rayne is one of those books that I can read again and again I never get bored of it I love the style, I love the characters, I love the intrigue, I love the realism, I love the element of fantasy, I love how very British it is.And why is it so hard to review the books you love My favourite part of this book is probably how Rayne herself feels She develops so much as a character and is pretty much unrecognisable as the girl she once was It s excellent characterisation.I also love the setting Morton s Keep is creepy, eerie, and there is such an atmosphere you can almost feel you re there yourself.This is a firm favourite for a reason


  2. Cora Tea Party Princess Cora Tea Party Princess says:

    Oh man, I could read this book forever I love it.


  3. Louise Louise says:

    One of my favourite books ever


  4. Casey Casey says:

    In Possessed we meet Rayne, a sixteen year old who s desperate for a break from the chaos and pressures of her life in London, leading to her taking up a job in a cafe in an old, secluded and far away mansion Stuck sleeping in a regenerated sty out near the forests, it isn t long before the place starts to creep her out and she almost considers running home until she manages to make a few friends in the area.Hardly any of the characters in this book were likable and the only ones who I could ab In Possessed we meet Rayne, a sixteen year old who s desperate for a break from the chaos and pressures of her life in London, leading to her taking up a job in a cafe in an old, secluded and far away mansion Stuck sleeping in a regenerated sty out near the forests, it isn t long before the place starts to creep her out and she almost considers running home until she manages to make a few friends in the area.Hardly any of the characters in this book were likable and the only ones who I could abide were minor Rayne herself was particularly unpleasant and selfish, and her personality flaws weren t weighed out in the usual way that makes a character perfectly imperfect She was just awful I found the narrative and writing style to be unengaging and it s questionable whether this book was even intended to be creepy I know it s only a teen read so I wasn t expecting slit throats and exorcisms but the book didn t evoke a sense of fear or tension at all, unless hooting owls on a dark night are enough to send shivers down your spine Oh, and the plot felt like one long non event because it didn t captivate or interest me in the slightest I felt like cheering when I finally reached the last page because this book was dire


  5. J J says:

    The cover did freak me out a little, but it was alright.


  6. Erin Erin says:

    I really, really wanted to love this book, and then when I started the book it was nothing like I expected, I though that she got the job because it sounded nice, as a summer job Then I find out its because she hates noise and where she lives and she s decided to take a year of school It was nothing like I expected That I could live with, but then she starts manipulating her Mom and her boyfriend so that they want her to go I put that behind me to keep reading but then she starts screeni I really, really wanted to love this book, and then when I started the book it was nothing like I expected, I though that she got the job because it sounded nice, as a summer job Then I find out its because she hates noise and where she lives and she s decided to take a year of school It was nothing like I expected That I could live with, but then she starts manipulating her Mom and her boyfriend so that they want her to go I put that behind me to keep reading but then she starts screening her calls It was tough for me to put all of these behind me but I did.Some actions that she took later in the book still concern me but they were something that I could read through, what I didn t like about this book was the flow it felt like nothing was happing to me, and when something did happen it felt quick and then it was over But I l know that this book is really for some people they would love it.Yes I learned to care about Rayne but I don t think that I could personally read the sequel because its not the book for me, but like I said in earlier in this review I know that others will love this book its just not for me But you should give this book a shot and see if its the one for you


  7. Jay G Jay G says:

    Want to seebookish things from me Check out my Youtube channel Stars 16 year old Rayne wants to get away from her mother, younger brother Jelly and controlling boyfriend Damien She finds a job as a waitress at Morton s Keep, an old mansion a few towns over Upon arriving, Rayne begins to feel uneasy and learns about the creepy history of this old house and the people who lived there before At times, I found Rayne to be very self centred and a Want to seebookish things from me Check out my Youtube channel Stars 16 year old Rayne wants to get away from her mother, younger brother Jelly and controlling boyfriend Damien She finds a job as a waitress at Morton s Keep, an old mansion a few towns over Upon arriving, Rayne begins to feel uneasy and learns about the creepy history of this old house and the people who lived there before At times, I found Rayne to be very self centred and annoying I liked the secondary characters a lot , but still found most of them bland and boring I did enjoy the setting of the story and the creepiness of the mansion and its history I felt that the ending came to abruptly and it seemed like the author just didn t know where to take the story


  8. Amy Amy says:

    POSSESSED was a lovely read Although it doesn t really match up to the title Rayne is tired of living in London, of living in a cramped little apartment in the middle of the busy, crowded, clogged, stifling city She s stuck in a relationship with a controlling guy who doesn t really love her, her mom doesn t seem to love her aside from her usefulness in taking care of her little brother, and day and night, there s just so much noise and pollution and clutter So she applies for a job at Morto POSSESSED was a lovely read Although it doesn t really match up to the title Rayne is tired of living in London, of living in a cramped little apartment in the middle of the busy, crowded, clogged, stifling city She s stuck in a relationship with a controlling guy who doesn t really love her, her mom doesn t seem to love her aside from her usefulness in taking care of her little brother, and day and night, there s just so much noise and pollution and clutter So she applies for a job at Morton s Keep, a seemingly idyllic and quaint mansion in the countryside, as a waitress at a small cafe She gets the job and moves there, but not before she hears all sorts of gruesome and creepy rumors of the suspicious ongoings that have surrounded Morton s Keep for centuries And once there, she discovers increasingly disturbing occurrences that all point towards something eerie that s waking again at Morton s Keep.What I loved about POSSESSED was the setting It s set in a slightly haunted house with a grim history that resonates within its walls and within its rooms Yet juxtaposed next to this morbid mansion is a span of beautiful countryside that Kate Cann does a great job of describing, that I felt as though I were walking through alongside Rayne as the story progressed The characters were fairly well developed I won t divulge much regarding them because it might spoil the story, but I ll say that they are those types that give off a not what meets the eye look, and whatnot.Kate Cann is really good at describing Rayne s feelings During Rayne s first night at Morton s Keep, she s absolutely scared out of her wits And Cann s writing conveys this deep, almost animalistic fear to the reader, so much so that I felt paranoid as I read this scene Every slight noise or creak or breeze is a monster or ghost waiting to creep up, the dark seems to contain a horde of terrifying creatures waiting to scare the living daylights out of Rayne I loved it.The complaints I had were that sometimes I felt Rayne was too annoying She thinks nasty thoughts towards some people, she lies, and she complains quite a great deal But in the greater sense of things, this shows that she isn t perfect, and so makes her easier to believe After all, we ve all had times when we complain, or whine, or lie, right It shows that she s human and not a cardboard character Another thing I didn t like was how abrupt the ending was The story tied up nicely and there was no cliffhanger, but it leaves questions that could be answered and baddies that are still undefeated But I understand that there is a sequel, which I will be eager to pick up And so overall I d say POSSESSED is a good story perfect for a quick read on the creepy side


  9. Judith Beilke Judith Beilke says:

    Possessed Even the name sounds creepy This book, by Kate Cann, is the most chilling book I ve ever read By the cover of this book, you d think it was about Rayne rein , the main character, would be, in some way, possessed Not this book Follow Rayne through her life of an over possessive boyfriend, Damien, sharing a room with her little brother, Jelly, and an over protective mom on a flat in London, England So when she hears about a job just outside a small town in the south, Morton s Keep Possessed Even the name sounds creepy This book, by Kate Cann, is the most chilling book I ve ever read By the cover of this book, you d think it was about Rayne rein , the main character, would be, in some way, possessed Not this book Follow Rayne through her life of an over possessive boyfriend, Damien, sharing a room with her little brother, Jelly, and an over protective mom on a flat in London, England So when she hears about a job just outside a small town in the south, Morton s Keep, she jumps at the chance to get away from the busy streets of London Only once she gets there she soon finds the scary happenings of the Morton s Keep s past and what s soon to come.Morton s Keep Peaceful enough until dark These reoccurrences keep happening First in the 1400s, then 60 years later, and then again 100 years after that Now, about 340 years later another reoccurrence happens And Rayne is stuck right in the middle of it Read to find out what happens next Possessed I agree, not the best name but the best book As you re following Rayne make sure to keep your light on and hold on tight, for this book will suck you in Make this book the top of your must read list and read the horrors I ve read in Possessed


  10. Shelby Shelby says:

    It was just okay It was not my favorite series that I read before I hope the rest of the series is a little bit better than this one.


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Possessing Rayne ☉ Possessing Rayne PDF / Epub ❤ Author Kate Cann – Thomashillier.co.uk Rayne couldn t wait to get away from everything her mum, her boyfriend, the estate But the solitude of Morton s Keep isn t all she thought it would be It s eerie andthan a little creepy When she meets Rayne couldn t wait to get away from everything her mum, her boyfriend, the estate But the solitude of Morton s Keep isn t all she thought it would be It s eerie andthan a little creepy When she meets St John, Rayne forgets her worries he s like no one she s ever met So why is everyone warning her away from him.

  • Paperback
  • 299 pages
  • Possessing Rayne
  • Kate Cann
  • English
  • 05 December 2017
  • 140710246X

About the Author: Kate Cann

When I was a child, I wanted to be a witch My first foray into writing was a series of nasty spells full of rats tails and bats wings Then, when I turned thirteen, I began keeping a lurid diary, full of adoration or loathing, depending on who I was writing about I used my later diaries for the Diving In trilogy I never thought I want to be a writer , but I loved books and writing At school, I was rubbish at just about everything but English, so I went on to Kent University where I did two degrees in English and American Literature At Kent, I fell dramatically in love with the man I m still married to We had loads of fights and adventures, but we kept coming back together He s still the person I most want to spend time with Awww My first proper job was in a publishing house, Time Life Books, as a copy editor I felt very glamorous I used to go to the huge YMCA on Tottenham Court Road at lunchtime and do aerobics classes very big in the s and yes I wore legwarmers Then I d fall asleep over my desk in the afternoon When my two kids came along, I set up as a freelance copy editor and worked from home By chance I got given some teenage books to edit, and I hated the way they treated sexual relationships they were either full of gloom and doom, or were gushy, unrealistic candyfloss So I got bitten by the I can do better than this bug, and started writing I remember the first day I started to write it took me over I forgot to eat unthinkable for me and I nearly forgot to collect the kids from school About a year after that, Diving In was accepted for publication When I ran out of material from my diaries and memories, I realized my daughter and son were teenagers, and started eavesdropping on them They were extremely tolerant about this although they did sometimes demand money from me Big changes have been afoot recently My kids have left home really left home, not just gap year travelling university left home, and my old man is doing the sort of work that means he can work from home a lot of the time So we ve sold up and moved into the wilds of Wiltshire and so far I am absolutely loving it The space, the silence, seeing the stars at night in the pitch black, the owls, the trees, the walks, the great food in the local pubs everything I d started to bring nature into my books it all started with Crow Girl and now I m working on two books about a city girl who gets plunged into the wilds So the move is very much linked to and helping my writing I think the sheer beauty and power of nature and how it can get right inside you is something a lot of kids are cut off from today I still love London though the plan is to come up every couple of weeks, catch up with all my old mates, possibly do something seriously cultured like go to the theatre And I want to travel a bit , too offsetting my increased carbon footprint with an enormous compost heap I love long conversations, running, reading, gardening, walking and white wine in moderation of course and I m the first to admit I have the life of Reilly who apparently had a pretty cushy life I start the day with a run or walk with my dog, when I think about what s going to happen next in the book I m writing Then I have a huge breakfast, and get down to work I write on or if it s cold, in the spare bed with a laptop, my dog at the bottom of the bed If it s sunny, I write in the garden, on a sun lounger Tough, ay I also have this theory that you can t be truly creative forthan about three or four hours a day, so in the mid afternoon, I knock off, and do my emails and stuff Told you it was cushy.