Pale and Crimson

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Slithers are vicious creatures. Craving flesh and blood, they will stop at nothing until their hunger is satisfied. So when sixteen year old Benjamin King discovers that one has been smuggled onto the train, he's eager to see it, even if it has been drugged into a mindless stupor.
But one moment can change everything. More
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About Kayti Nika Raet

Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Kayti Nika Raet moved down South when she was 11, where she was bitten by the writing bug, as well as other, less friendly insects. 
She is the author of the Outsider Chronicles, a five book series starting with NIKO and set in a world where the rain burns like acid and flesh eating monsters roam.
She's also a reviewer for Readers' Favorite and has her own Youtube Channel: Kayti Edition.
When she is not hard at work on her fourth book she has fun reading, listening to K-pop, and photography.
Kayti lives in Milledgeville, Georgia.

Also in Series: The Outsider Chronicles

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Review by: Chevoque on Aug. 8, 2015 :
It was so nice to read a piece about Ben and his brother, Will. It showed a kind of innocent ignorance as to what lies ahead and it made me love him even more.
That last few paragraphs nearly had me in tears; I knew about Will, but the mother is a B! *growl*
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Review by: VoluptuousBDiva on July 21, 2015 :
WOW!!!! I've never read anything by this author before this little gem but I will definitely be reading more of her books. A short and heart pounding read that gripped me from the very beginning. Can't wait to learn more about the slithers.
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Review by: TR Perri on July 7, 2015 :
This was a good read that flowed very quickly. From the outset I really wanted to know what the Slithers were, and Raet did a great job at harvesting that tension. I could tell there was a juicy family history between Ben and William, so much so that I could nearly predict what was going to happen at the climax. Clearly Ben was young and impulsive, making the climax of this short story a tragedy which likely attributes to his transformation into a grown man and future Slither Hunter. Raet made Ben's future drive come at the price of his youthful irresponsibility, which is an excellent choice because it makes his quest to save humanity that much more passionate.
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