Publisher: Harlequin Teen
Release Date: September 1, 2009
Rating: 4 stars
There’s something about the new guy at Crossroads High…
Most sixteen-year-olds have friends.
Aden Stone has four human souls living inside him:
One can time travel.
One can raise the dead.
One can possess another human.
One can tell the future.
Everyone thinks he’s crazy, which is why he’s spent his entire life shuffled between mental institutions and juvie. All of that is about to change, however. For months Aden has been having visions of a beautiful girl—a girl who carries centuries-old secrets. A girl who will either save him or destroy him.
Together they’ll enter a dark world of intrigue and danger…but not everyone will come out alive.
Intertwined was a really great read. I thought it was a very unique paranormal. The story kept building and building, getting better and better as the story went on which was great.
I liked the characters. I thought that some of them could have been a bit more filled out. I really liked Penny – I know she didn’t play the hugest role in this book, but I hope she shows up more in the next books. Riley was probably my favorite character of the book. I really admired his character and thought he was a total softie until his tough act.
The plot was super intriguing. The story was getting better with each page I turned. With that being said, there were a few spots that I felt could have been developed a bit better or explained more. I loved the entire idea with Mary Ann and Aden – I’m super curious to find out even more about each of their abilities and histories and answers to the questions I have that didn’t get answered in this book.
Intertwined is a fast read that will definitely appeal to fans of paranormal. While it has a few flaws, it still is a joy to read. I am super excited to see where this story goes in the next books in the series.