The Survivors




      The Survivors
In 1692, when witch trials gripped the community of Salem, Massachusetts, twenty six children were accused as witches, exiled, and left for dead Fourteen of them survived The Survivors is the first installment of the tantalizing tales of the fourteen ill fated Survivors and their descendants, who have been content in hiding for over three centuries Isolated on a Montana mountainside, only Sadie, the rogue daughter, dares to abandon the family s sacred hiding place But no matter how far Sadie runs, something always pulls her back On a muggy summer night in Tennessee, she witnesses a shocking scene that will change her life forever It is the first in a sequence of events that will drag her from the human world she s sought to belong to for over a century and send her back to her Puritanical family and into an uncertain future filled with cunning witches, mysterious nosferatu shape shifters, dangerous eretica and vieczy vampires, millennia old mythology, and the search for her own mortality After all HOW DO YOU KILL A SURVIVOR The Survivors will steal your heart and invade your mind Fall into the pages of Sadie s life, a world so frighteningly similar to your own, you ll find yourself wanting to go to the Montana mountains to find the Survivors for yourself And it is only the beginning. Best Read The Survivors [ author ] Amanda Havard [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – heartforum.co.uk

Amanda Havard thinks in stories She writes books and songs, tells stories to people over coffee or in elaborate iPad apps, in short films or subtle photographs Stories are her life She is the author of the supernatural young adult series, The Survivors, a transmedia franchise with an online following of over 4.5 million readers Originally from Dallas, Texas, she now lives in Nashville, Tennessee She is a pioneer of the future of storytelling The inventor of the Immersedition , patent pending interactive book, an app that reinvents the reading experience, Havard is always looking for the next best story and the most innovative way to tell it.

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  • Paperback
  • 283 pages
  • The Survivors
  • Amanda Havard
  • English
  • 21 February 2018
  • 0983319022

10 thoughts on “ The Survivors

  1. Kimberly says:

    A group of people accused as witches in Salem was banished and sent West to die 14 of these people survived, gaining strange powers and ceasing to age, which was also passed on to their children One of these children, Sadie, an awkward girl with jaw dropping, supermodel like looks and a super smart brain she can read a book in about 25 minutes , decides it s time for her to strike out on her own No one else has done this in the 350 years of her people, so not everyone is happy with her A group of people accused as witches in Salem was banished and sent West to die 14 of these people survived, gaining strange powers and ceasing to age, which was also passed on to their children One of these children, Sadie, an awkward girl with jaw dropping, supermodel like looks and a su...

  2. Pam says:

    Yay I won this thru First Reads here on Good Reads What an interesting story The idea I had about the book from the jacket blurb was far different from the reality And the reality was much better probably explains why I am a reader and not a writer.The writing story brought many questions to mind that had me patiently waiting for the answersand they did get answered I think th...

  3. Devon Ashley says:

    In general, the novel was interesting and I rounded up what I thought was a solid 3.5 I really wish the beginning had been thinned out a bit cause it really dragged out I understand now, after reading the novel, that the author wanted us to see how Sadies powers developed as she exposed herself to humans Butit was seventy pages of how awkward she felt in society, how she obsessed over every little movement she made and every word that came out of her mouth and how much she just wanted to die In general, the novel was interesting and I rounded up what I thought was a solid 3.5 I really wish the beginning had been thinned out a bit cause it really dragged out I understand now, after reading the novel, ...

  4. Sarah says:

    I snagged this book at the library and didn t know what to expect I have a few complaints, namely the inordinate amount of name dropping Havard does Yes, I get it, Sadie has money, but I do not care about her Fendi bag and Diane Von Furstenburg coat or what they cost Such descriptions are sprinkled throughout the book and it is obnoxious.Initially, I found the story incredibly intriguing Sadie and family have mysterious roots Exiled from Salem following the witch trials, Sadie s ancestors I snagged this book at the library and didn t know what to expect I have a few complaints, namely the inordinate amount of name dropping Havard does Yes, I get it, Sadie has money, but I do not care about her Fendi bag and Diane Von Furstenburg coat or what they cost Such descriptions are sprinkled throughout the book and it is obnoxious.Initially, I found the story incredibly intriguing Sadie and family have mysterious roots Exiled from Salem following the witch trials, Sadie s an...

  5. Elizabeth says:

    My complaints about this book can be summarized as follows number 1 false advertising I assumedfool me that the book would beabout the Salem witch trialsand not about Twilight esque romance which leads me to complaint 2, which is that the prose in this book is SO PURPLE that I fear my fingertips may be permanently stained indigo from it Finally, 3 it reads like Creative Writing 101, in that all of the protagonist s clothing, vehic...

  6. KP says:

    There are books out there right now that are being reviewed, tweeted about constantly, and altogether hyped up Amanda Havards The Survivors is not one of those books Its published by a smaller, indie press called Chafie Press, and it hasnt gotten the type of hype I believe it deserves But dont let that keep you from reading this book Once you start reading, you wont want to put it down If youre like me, youll NEED to know just what in the world you are dealing with Youll think, There are books out there right now that are being reviewed, tweeted about constantly, and altogether hyped up Amanda Havard s The Survivors is not one of those books It s published by a smaller, indie press called Chafie Press, and it hasn t gotten the type of hype I believe it deserves But don t let that keep you from reading this book Once you start reading, you won t want to put it down If you re like me, you ll NEED to know just what in the world you are dealing with You ll think, no BELIEVE you know exactly what is going on throughout the book as you read All I will tell you is You don t You might have some sort of idea where it s going, but the reality is, the twists and turns will keep you guessing and second guessing yourself Here s the synopsis fromIn 1692, when witch trials gripped the community of Salem, Massachusetts, twenty six children were accused as witches, exiled, and left for dead Fourteen of them survived...

  7. Precious says:

    Originally posted at Fragments of Life.I found Sadie likable She was trying to fit in among humans afterthan a century of being protected and hidden behind the gates of her familys secret city in Montana After being isolated for so many years, she was right in the middle of humanity, being able to sense their feelings and observe their behavior firsthand I loved her narration Despite being immortal, she did not boast about it Unlike most heroines, she was aware of her charm and her Originally posted at Fragments of Life.I found Sadie likable She was trying to fit in among humans afterthan a century of being protected and hidden behind the gates of her family s secret city in Montana After being isolated for so many years, she was right in the middle of humanity, being able to sense their feelings and observe their behavior firsthand I loved her narration Despite being immortal, she did not boast about it Unlike most heroines, she was aware of her charm and her beauty but she was still humble I liked her protectiveness of Corrina, her first human friend I was fond of supernatural creatures with human emotions and human thoughts like S...

  8. Kim Q says:

    Never has a book taken me by surprise SO much I really hadn t expected The Survivors to be anything out of the ordinary, but, whoa, it was amazing The whole book in general is so ridiculously awesome that I still cannot fathom the fact that it s over I really regret underestimating the degree of its appeal.With very develo...

  9. Dorsi says:

    I read somewhere that if you liked The Hunger Games, youd like this book I dont know why There are no similarities whatsoever This book was not bad but I didnt really love it The premise was fantastic, the plot fell a bit short The main character was incredibly annoying at times She constantly blamed hersel...

  10. Dianne says:

    Talk about a pleasant surprise The story opens with the Salem witch trials in the late seventeenth century, when over two dozen children are exiled to fend for themselves or die Fourteen children survived, thrived and isolated themselves from the rest of the world They ceased to age, did not die and acquired magical powers.Forever 21, beautiful Sadie Matthau is determined to learn about the human world and leaves her family against their wishes As she travels from place to place, she Talk about a pleasant surprise The story opens with the Salem witch trials in ...

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