5 edition of The Black Soul found in the catalog.
January 1, 2006 by Pomona Press .
Written in English
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The Black Soul. Tortured by his shell-shocked mind, a Stranger takes a room on the island of Inverara. Here lives Red John, scavenger of wreckage, with his wife, The Black Soul book, pirate blood in her veins.
The couple's married years have been stifling, until the /5. Black Soul is a mix between an action thriller and political documentary.
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the author pulls us into the novel which cannot be The Black Soul book down/5. Intense, compelling, beautifully descriptive - as Wuthering Heights is to the Yorkshire moors, so The Black Soul is to the Aran Islands.
The sea roars dismally round the shores of Inverara. A stranger takes a room on the island. Here lives a couple whose married years have been joyless, until the presence of the stranger unleashes their passions/5(4). "Black Soul" by Kiru Taye is a great beginning to what promises to be a great series about Guardians.
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It is an action-packed adventure, which has a little bit of everything/5(58). Black Soul is the first paranormal romance I have read. It was an unusual story. Reading the first 20% of the book was a bit like watching a two-person play.
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They portray the flowering of passion and the hunger for land. The Souls of Black Folk was written at a time when books still had the power to sway public opinion and move people - and that was definitely the motive.
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