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Break My Heart 1000 Times by Daniel Waters

After the Event, people see the dead. They are as normal to life as breathing now, but Veronica wishes that life would return back to the way it was before. Now, the ghosts are becoming stronger and they want to … Continue reading

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Born at Midnight by C. C. Hunter

For those readers who enjoyed P.C. Cast’s House of Night series here’s another young adult paranormal series by C. C. Hunter which is set at the Shadow Falls Camp/school.  At Shadow Falls all kinds of paranormals, not just vampires, learn … Continue reading

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The Lantern by Deborah Lawrenson

Billed as a modern-day Rebecca, this gothic tale of love and mystery is set in a crumbling villa in Provence.  Eve and Dom, after a whirlwind romance, have moved in and begun the slow process of renovation.   The summer is … Continue reading

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Ghost Story by Jim Butcher

The latest entry in the bestselling Dresden Files, Ghost Story picks up right after the shocking ending of Changes.  Everyone’s favorite wizard is in new territory, without his staff, his rod, his magic, or even his body.  Yes, Harry Dresden is a … Continue reading

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The Devil You Know by Mike Carey

Felix Castor, Fix to people who like him, is an exorcist. When he accidentally almost excises an old college buddy instead of the demon who has possessed him, Fix gives up the business. Hard times, however, draw him into a … Continue reading

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The Little Stranger by Sarah Waters

It’s always hard to write a review for a book you didn’t care for when it’s gotten rave reviews from pretty much everyone else. But that’s the great thing about books. There’s something for everyone, and if you don’t like … Continue reading

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Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill

I started reading this book with a bit of trepidation. I expected the book to be pretty scary, or at least somewhat frightening. Initially I did find the story to be a bit creepy, but as the story continued, it … Continue reading

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Rusalka by C. J. Cherryh

Rusalka sadly suffers from a deceptively bad cover and worse descriptive blurb. There is nothing in either to indicate the exploration of the fantasy genre, the nature of humanity, or the price of having your wishes granted. What is presented … Continue reading

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The Ninth Ward

The Ninth Ward by Jewell Parker Rhodes is a J Fiction story about twelve year old Lanesha who lives in New Orleans’ Ninth Ward with Mama Ya-Ya. Eighty-two year old Mama Ya-Ya isn’t a blood relative but she might as … Continue reading

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Everafter by Amy Huntley

The Everafter by Amy Huntley This would be a good read alike for people that enjoyed Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin. Like that book, the subject explored is what happens to a person after they are dead. As the book begins … Continue reading

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