Soul Storm by Kate Harrison cover

Warning: May contain spoilers for other books in the series Forming the dramatic conclusion to the Soul Beach trilogy, Soul Storm by Kate Harrison reveals the identity of the killer with a glamorous flair, with twists you won’t expect. The close of the last book saw Alice Forster getting closer to solving the mystery of who murdered her sister, Meggie, with the help of website Soul Beach. For the majority of the novel she believes the culprit to be her sister’s friend Sahara, but can never get close enough to…

eternity cure

The Eternity Cure by Julie Kagawa (Blood of Eden #2) Mira Ink (May 2013) Paperback, 432 pages Paranormal YA At the end of The Immortal Rules, our lead protagonist Allison (Allie) managed to get her little human group to the safety of the only human city in existence, Eden. Of course Allie being a vampire couldn’t be permitted to stay and walked away from the only person she cared about Zeke, safe in the knowledge that he would be protected within the confines of Eden. The Eternity Cure is again written…

The Abused Werewolf Rescue Group by Catherine Jinks Quercus (Feb 2011) | Paperback, 397 pages Paranormal YA The Abused Werewolf Rescue Group by Catherine Jinks is a novel that aims to put a fresh twist on werewolf fantasy, taking place in Australia. Our story begins with Toby Vandevelde, a teenager who wakes up in hospital with no memory of what happened to him the night before. It seems that he was found naked in the dingo pen of the local wildlife park, which soon becomes a local news story. His mother is worried…

beautiful creatures

Beautiful Creatures by Garcia & Stohl (Caster Chronicles #1) Penguin Books (Feb 2010) Kindle Edition, 577 pages Paranormal YA BECS: With the movie being released shortly and a lot of hype surrounding Beautiful Creatures, for me this book was a must-read, as I have to finish the book before I can possibly watch the movie. A paranormal romance between a mortal and a witch set in America’s deep south, where voodoo reigns was enough to capture my interest. The writing grabbed my attention quickly and the build up felt like something…

Pack of Lies

Pack of Lies (Red Ridge Pack #1) by Sara Dailey and Staci Weber Borough Publishing Group (April 2012) Ebook, 233 pages | Paranormal YA The book begins with Allison, the main character, involved in what we are repeatedly told is the third fight of the school semester. From there, both the action and the book progress quickly: Allison and her brother are given the big revelation that they are werewolves, and they move back to the town their mother fled from when she was younger. They are introduced to the…

The Murmurings

The Murmurings by Carly Anne West Simon Pulse (March 2013) | Ebook, 384 pages Paranormal YA The Murmurings starts off very creepy and reminds me of the movie The Ring, with the monster using mirrors and reflections instead of the television. A curtain of black, oily hair spills from the glass, obscuring the eyeless face and moving, silent mouth. Long skinny digits follow, twitching on the ends of blackened, rotting hands – a decaying body and halting legs emerge last from the mirror, leaving a layer of oily residue in their…

Infinite Days by Rebecca Maizel UK cover

Infinite Days (Vampire Queen #1) by Rebecca Maizel | Paperback, 400 pages Macmillan Children’s Books (Apr 2011) Paranormal YA Infinite Days by Rebecca Maizel puts a unique spin on the saturated vampire fiction market, making this an intriguing book with a whole lot of potential. Potential is the key word here, as I didn’t feel that this book lived up to the great plot I was expecting. It begins well, with the introduction of our heroine, Lenah Beaudonte. She was the queen of a vampire coven, but has now reawakened as…




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