Supernaturally (Paranormalcy #2) by Kiersten White

Supernaturally, the second installement in Kiersten White’s Paranormalcy series,  fails to live up to the spunkyness and originality of the first book. Evie still rocks as a YA heroine, but her insecurities throughout the book (while normal for a teen) drag the plot down. Evie finally has the normal life she’s been waiting for. Only one thing: normal is … Continue reading

The Trylle Trilogy by Amanda Hocking

Amanda Hocking puts a glamourus twist on the earthy troll mythology in her Trylle trilogy (Switched, Torn, Ascend). The interesting world, foxy men, and fast-paced plot will keep you up late as you race to finish this great series. Wendy has never felt like she fit in. Wendy’s mother didn’t think so either, and attacked … Continue reading

Paranormalcy by Kiersten White

Evie, the quirky heroine in this Kiersten White’s young adult fantasy is on a quest to become a normal teenager in the middle of an abnormal world. Her attitude entertains the reader, and the original plot and interesting supernatural creatures keep the pages turning. Adopted by the International Paranormal Containment Agency at the age of … Continue reading


Dive in to Ondine , a dark but sweet movie starring Colin Farrel and Alicja Bachleda.The deep characters, stunning scenery, and raw emotions in the movie draw you back to shore. Sometimes living in a fairy tale is easier than living in the real world. Syracuse, a fisherman in a tiny town on the Irish … Continue reading

Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare

The excellent writing, fabulous world-building, and deep side characters make up for the insecure and often whiny protagonist in Cassandra Clare’s Clockwork Angel. The end of the book gives us a glimmer of hope that Tessa could someday be the heroine we’ve been waiting for. After the sudden death of her Aunt Harriet, Tessa leaves … Continue reading

Phil Gigante and his Harem

The only reason Bonnie Fox even picked up the series is because her good friend, Phil Gigante, encouraged her to do so. Gigante narrates all of Karen Marie Moning’s audio books, and found the Fever series very interesting. So Fox picks up the audio edition of the books and falls in love. She’s not a … Continue reading

A Fae Moon Rising

As the vampire’s bite begins to dull, the fair folk ready their advance On a cold December night in Ann Arbor, Bonnie Fox, Jordy Albert, eight other women, and one lone male sit clustered around a very strange object in an Irish pub. As the waitresses and busboys walk past the table, they give the … Continue reading

The Fae: Who the heck are they?

Since the vampires burst back from the grave in the past few years, a number of other supernatural creatures have begun to recieve more attention as well: werewovles, like the Twilight Saga‘s Jacob Black; shape shifters, like the Southern Vampire Mysteries/True Blood‘s Sam Merlotte; and witches, like the Vampire Diarie‘s Bonnie. This has begun to … Continue reading

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