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Monday, 12 December 2011

Supernaturally by Kiersten White

Supernaturally by Kiersten White

Product Description Courtesy of Amazon.co.uk

When your world is paranormal, be glad that you’re human… the exciting sequel to bestselling PARANORMALCY. 

A lot has changed since Evie escaped from the International Paranormal Containment Agency with her shapeshifter boyfriend, Lend. She's no longer occupied with bagging and tagging paranormals to be monitored at IPCA's headquarters. Instead, she spends her days at school like a normal teenager, eagerly awaiting the weekends when Lend comes home from college and trying not to be killed by overly enthusiastic soccer players in her gym class.
Evie's world, in fact, has become overwhelmingly normal. And Evie is shocked to realise that normal can be…kind of boring. Then Raquel appears, asking her to help out at IPCA again. As Evie dips back into her former life, she learns that things are changing in the world of paranormals, and never-before-seen supernatural creatures are popping up left and right. Evie also has to deal with IPCA's newest teenage recruit who has the power to open faerie doors and a nasty tendency to show up in Evie's room unannounced. But nothing prepares her for the reappearance of her faerie ex-boyfriend Reth, who hints that a battle is brewing in the faerie world.

And the prize they're fighting over? Evie's soul.
Oh, bleep. So much for normal.

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I have just finished listening to the audio version of this novel and have to say that even though it is the second installment of the Paranormalcy Series, I didn't feel like I'd missed out on too much, due to the fact that the author kept the reader up to date with 'past snippets' along the way, so I wasn't lost at all.

Overall I really enjoyed the novel, it has lots of twists and turns along the way and with a bit of a 'who-done-it' vibe which is very nicely revealed in the last few pages, I won't reveal anymore as I wouldn't want to spoil it for anyone that hasn't read it yet.  I will certainly be reading more of Kiersten White's work in the future.

My personal rating for this novel is: READ IT - You'll really enjoy it - I did!

Until next time... when the subject will be 'Siren by Tricia Rayburn'
(I'm halfway through at the moment)

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