Tag: paranormal

Pivot Point by Kasie West Review: Refreshing Take on Alternate Realities

Pivot Point by Kasie West Review: Refreshing Take on Alternate Realities

Pivot Point takes a while to get off the ground; it starts off as a contemporary but weaves in elements of the paranormal and mystery/suspense. I’m fond of alternate realities like Just Like Fate and Ask Again Later so Pivot Point following this formula, pretty much guaranteed my enjoyment. Unlike the other two ‘alternate reality’ books I read, […]

Written in Red by Anne Bishop: Sink your Teeth into this Meaty Paranormal

Written in Red by Anne Bishop: Sink your Teeth into this Meaty Paranormal

Written in Red is not a paranormal book where the creature falls in love with a heroine. Instead, it convincingly portrays the creatures of the night as actual monsters who want to eat people, which was completely refreshing. Written in an immersive world where these creatures and humans live together under a strict agreement, I loved […]

April 23, 2014 | 56 Comments
The Diviners by Libba Bray Review: 1920’s New York with the Occult

The Diviners by Libba Bray Review: 1920’s New York with the Occult

Libba Bray’s Gemma Doyle series is one of my favourites, for its vivid blend of Victorian noir, historical fiction, and fantasy. The Diviners swept me away in a world of modern beauty, set in 1920’s New York full of speakeasies, flapper girls, and the occult. From the buildings, places, fashion and pastime activities, to the speech […]

April 16, 2014 | 52 Comments
Giveaway & Book Blitz: The Dream Slayer by Jill Cooper

Giveaway & Book Blitz: The Dream Slayer by Jill Cooper

BOOK 1: The Dream Slayer  by Jill Cooper (The Dream Slayer #1) Genres: Paranormal, Young Adult Synopsis: When your dreams come true, sometimes you get more than you bargained for… Natalie Johnson has always dreamed she’s someone else; calm, beautiful, in control. A chosen warrior with a maniacal arch nemesis and a dreamy boyfriend, the type that can make your knees melt and your heart quiver. Real life is much different. She’s […]

November 1, 2013 | 28 Comments