Category: Paranormal


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A Wild Ghost Chase by E.J. Copperman {Jenna’s Review}

A Wild Ghost Chase by E.J. Copperman {Jenna’s Review}

Posted 23 April, 2014 by Jenna / 6 Comments

Series novella with a surprise twist My Thoughts A Wild Ghost Chase is a novella falling between the third (Old Haunts) and the fourth (Chance of a Ghost) in E.J. Copperman’s Haunted Guesthouse mystery series. I have been a fan of this series from the beginning, so I was a little surprised that I didn’t […]

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Team Human by Justine Larbalestier and Sarah Rees Brennan {Amanda’s Review}

Team Human by Justine Larbalestier and Sarah Rees Brennan {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 9 December, 2013 by Amanda / 6 Comments

Team Human was fun and entertaining. Thoughts on Team Human A young adult paranormal novel is a big switch from the historical romances I’ve been reading lately, but Team Human was the perfect palette cleanser—and far more entertaining than the usual “Let’s watch the Minnesota Vikings lose” Sunday afternoon. Ahem. The downside to binge reading […]

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Storm by Brigid Kemmerer {Amanda’s Review}

Storm by Brigid Kemmerer {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 6 November, 2013 by Amanda / 20 Comments

I can haz all Merrick brothers? Thoughts on Storm Well. I started Storm late one evening–eight or nine–and couldn’t pull myself away from it until I’d finished. And considering I’m in the middle of an adult historical romance bender and Storm is YA paranormal, that’s a high compliment. I thought I was burnout on YA […]

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Of Poseidon by Anna Banks {Amanda’s Audiobook + Revisit Review}

Of Poseidon by Anna Banks {Amanda’s Audiobook + Revisit Review}

Posted 14 August, 2013 by Amanda / 13 Comments

Mixed feelings, but want book 2. Thoughts on Of Poseidon Audiobook specific: Of Poseidon is definitely one of the better audiobooks I’ve listened to, narrator-wise. Each character had its own distinct voice. Normally I’m not a fan of cross-gender voices (because they just sound odd), but Rebecca Gibel was fantastic. I honestly think that, had I […]