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L Bryan s trilogy of novels that began in Jenny Pox and continued in Tommy Nightmare The series, now called The Paranormals, delivers often than not when it comes to satisfying resolutions to character arcs.
The first half of the novel is taken up by establishing the new player introduced at the end of Tommy Nightmare, Alexander, who finally wakes Jenny up to her past lives and her almost godlike nature After that, the novel moves at breakneck pace toward a final resolution for all concerned.
Most satisfying were the clear fates laid out for key players Seth, Jenny, Ashley and Alexander Less satisfying was the somewhat murkier, suggested than detailed, fates of Tommy and Esmerelda.
The story reaches all the way to Mexico and Central America, and eventually returns to where it all started Fallen Oak.
The story offers believable motivations throughout, an Phewtwo new Paranormals, hoards of working Zombies, Seth s Great Grandfather returns the one who built the maze of corridors in the Barton residence but not as a member of the Barton family but as one of the new Paranormals.
Then there are the drug traders that Jenny lives among in Mexico while trying to avoid the authorities that are searching for her for wiping out her own village by giving them all, including her enemy and fellow Paranormal Ashleigh, the Jenny Pox Seth is also searching for her using his father s bank account facilities, but she saw him making out with someone new so fled.
I could tell , but I won t You will have to read it for yourself It s got almost as many twisting and turning plots as the Barton house has a maze of secret corridors Another book well worth reading.
This books marks significant changes in all of the characters In this one, Jenny finds herself quickly taken under the wing of Alexander and his questionable influences Despite myself, I was rooting for Alexander and Jenny though something seems off He helps Jenny see into her past and the true source of her powers That being said, be prepared for some major twists and turns I won t say much because it d be too easy to reveal too much originally, this was planned to be the final book in the series so I will say that most major questions are answered by the completion of the book.
Warning If you didn t enjoy the level of horror violence in the previous books, I would not continue with the series It only gets intense going forward Contains horror and violence.
Who Should read it Fans of fantasy in a contemporary setting or horror.
See all my reviews and at w In the beginning of this book I thought having Alexander in Jenny s life was a good thing But then bit by bit we discover how Alexander is really like and how him knowing about his past lives has shaped him I wasn t really liking who Jenny was becoming because of Alexander.
Funny really that Alexander doesn t like Ashleigh because she s manipulative cause he s certainly a master in manipulation himself Alexander is an interesting charachter to read about and getting a glimpse of Jenny like she was in past lives with the influence of Alexander was terrifying.
I can t wait to see what the next and sadly last book of the series takes us Alexander Death wraps up J.
L Bryan s trilogy of novels that began in Jenny Pox and continued in Tommy Nightmare The series, now called The Paranormals, delivers often than not when it comes to satisfying resolutions to character arcs.
The first half of the novel is taken up by establishing the new player introduced at the end of Tommy Nightmare, Alexander, who finally wakes Jenny up to her past lives and her almost godlike nature After that, the novel moves at breakneck pace toward a final resolution for all concerned.
Most satisfying were the clear fates laid out for key players Seth, Jenny, Ashley and Alexander Less satisfying was the somewhat murkier, suggested than detailed, fates of Tommy and Esmerelda.
The story reaches all the way to Mexico and Central America, and eventually returns to where it all started Fallen Oak.
The story offers believable motivations throughout, an Phewtwo new Paranormals, hoards of working Zombies, Seth s Great Grandfather returns the one who built the maze of corridors in the Barton residence but not as a member of the Barton family but as one of the new Paranormals.
Then there are the drug traders that Jenny lives among in Mexico while trying to avoid the authorities that are searching for her for wiping out her own village by giving them all, including her enemy and fellow Paranormal Ashleigh, the Jenny Pox Seth is also searching for her using his father s bank account facilities, but she saw him making out with someone new so fled.
I could tell , but I won t You will have to read it for yourself It s got almost as many twisting and turning plots as the Barton house has a maze of secret corridors Another book well worth reading.
This books marks significant changes in all of the characters In this one, Jenny finds herself quickly taken under the wing of Alexander and his questionable influences Despite myself, I was rooting for Alexander and Jenny though something seems off He helps Jenny see into her past and the true source of her powers That being said, be prepared for some major twists and turns I won t say much because it d be too easy to reveal too much originally, this was planned to be the final book in the series so I will say that most major questions are answered by the completion of the book.
Warning If you didn t enjoy the level of horror violence in the previous books, I would not continue with the series It only gets intense going forward Contains horror and violence.
Who Should read it Fans of fantasy in a contemporary setting or horror.
See all my reviews and at w In the beginning of this book I thought having Alexander in Jenny s life was a good thing But then bit by bit we discover how Alexander is really like and how him knowing about his past lives has shaped him I wasn t really liking who Jenny was becoming because of Alexander.
Funny really that Alexander doesn t like Ashleigh because she s manipulative cause he s certainly a master in manipulation himself Alexander is an interesting charachter to read about and getting a glimpse of Jenny like she was in past lives with the influence of Alexander was terrifying.
I can t wait to see what the next and sadly last book of the series takes us This one wasn t quite as much fun for me as the previous books since there s pretty much no Ashleigh in it but it was a great look deeper into the world of these interconnected characters so I still enjoyed it.
While there were things I liked about this book, there were also things that made it my least favourite in the series It was great getting to learn about the paranormals, and how things came to be the way they are On the other hand, I felt like half the book was taken up with people manipulating other people in to having sex, and quite frankly wanted to get on with the actual story Excellent ending though.
While Seth Searches For Jenny, Dr Heather Reynard Of The CDC Unravels Seth And Jenny S SecretsAlexander Opens Jenny S Mind To Her Deep Past, And To The Full Horrific Extent Of Her PowersTorn Between Her Feelings For Alexander And Seth, And Between Her Past Lives And Her Present, Jenny Must Prepare To Face Her Enemies, As Well As The Darkness Within Her Round 3 is a goBook three in the series was better than book two, for me at least I enjoyed all of the characters and the journeys they ventured.
InterestingIt was a good middle school read for those interested in fiction and history alike I m into non fiction, but this was easy enough to enjoy.
SPOILERS IF YOU HAVE NOT read JENNY POX AND TOMMY NIGHTMARE DO NOT read REVIEW BUY books ALSO I D LIKE TO CAUTION THAT THIS IS FOR OLDER YA READERS DEFINITELY NOT FOR YOUNGER READERSJL Bryan is a master storyteller and if you don t believe me, then read any of his stories and see for yourself I m writing today about the third book in his series, The Paranormals, Alexander Death If you re up on the story thus far, you will not be disappointed with Alexander Death It is fast paced and filled with so much energy and character that it is legendary The characters have powers like none I ve seen in YA Jenny, tortured throughout two novels is now coming into her own Jenny Morton, has been through way than any single character that I ve read about in my reading history She s been tormented by Ashleigh Goodling all her life She s been unable to touch peopl



While there were things I liked about this book, there were also things that made it my least favourite in the series It was great getting to learn about the paranormals, and how things came to be the way they are On the other hand, I felt like half the book was taken up with people manipulating other people in to having sex, and quite frankly wanted to get on with the actual story Excellent ending though.
This one wasn t quite as much fun for me as the previous books since there s pretty much no Ashleigh in it but it was a great look deeper into the world of these interconnected characters so I still enjoyed it.
Round 3 is a goBook three in the series was better than book two, for me at least I enjoyed all of the characters and the journeys they ventured.
InterestingIt was a good middle school read for those interested in fiction and history alike I m into non fiction, but this was easy enough to enjoy.
SPOILERS IF YOU HAVE NOT read JENNY POX AND TOMMY NIGHTMARE DO NOT read REVIEW BUY books ALSO I D LIKE TO CAUTION THAT THIS IS FOR OLDER YA READERS DEFINITELY NOT FOR YOUNGER READERSJL Bryan is a master storyteller and if you don t believe me, then read any of his stories and see for yourself I m writing today about the third book in his series, The Paranormals, Alexander Death If you re up on the story thus far, you will not be disappointed with Alexander Death It is fast paced and filled with so much energy and character that it is legendary The characters have powers like none I ve seen in YA Jenny, tortured throughout two novels is now coming into her own Jenny Morton, has been through way than any single character that I ve read about in my reading history She s been tormented by Ashleigh Goodling all her life She s been unable to touch peopl

J.L Bryan studied English literature at the University of Georgia and at Oxford, with a focus on English Renaissance and Romantic literature He also studied screenwriting at UCLA He lives in the metro Atlanta sprawl with his wife Christina, where he spends most of his day serving the toddler and animal community inside his house He is the author of the Paranormals series and the Songs of Magic