Ethan Wate

Ethan thinks he’s just a regular guy, going to Jackson High with only graduation and escaping Gatlin to look forward to —until he starts having recurring dreams about a girl he’s never met and can’t stop thinking about.

Lena Duchannes

Lena has never lived in one place long enough to call anywhere home. She’s different—and not the kind of different that makes you the coolest girl in school. Even worse, she has a secret she can’t share with anyone—a secret that can destroy her and everyone she loves.

Amma Treadeau

Amma is as smart as she is evasive. She knows everything and tells nothing—or so it seems. She’s usually the smartest person in the room, and the most intimidating, too. But she loves Ethan more than anything in this world or the Other, and she’ll do whatever she has to do to protect him.

Macon Ravenwood

Macon is Gatlin’s boogeyman. He’s also an old-fashioned Southern gentleman with a penchant for cigars and controversy, not necessarily in that order. He’s a man with secrets—and talents. ...

Wesley Jefferson “Link” Lincoln

Link is the best friend we all wish we had—quick to take a hit or write a song for a friend. Because first and foremost, Link is a drummer and a dreamer, a guy who’s going places, even if those places are only in his mind.

Ridley Duchannes

Ridley is the ultimate bad girl, with a supernatural twist. She’s all blond and pink streaked hair, lollipops and chaos. You love to hate her and hate to love her.

Marian Ashcroft

Marian is a one-stop source for information, serving as both Gatlin County’s Mortal librarian and the Caster Library’s Keeper. She always has the perfect book or quotation for any dilemma, Mortal or Supernatural.

Olivia “Liv” Durand

Liv arrives in Gatlin as Marian’s summer intern and Keeper-in-Training. Originally from England, she’s new to town, and she brings a breath of fresh air along with her accent and love of french fries and Ovaltine.

John Breed

John may ride a Harley, but he’s a bit more dangerous than your average bad boy. More mysterious, too. Who is John Breed, really?


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