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  1. says:

    Spoiler free for the seriesThis series started so innocently didn't it? I mean we have Jenny who's a timid broken girl with the touch of death or disease who keeps to herself for good reason being all innocent and sweet Ha Good one Sweet little Jenny is no Her character changes tremendously between the first and third book of this series both emotionally and mentally Such a plot would not have thrived otherwise It was a need and it was done with perfection Her growth mirrored the plot exactly going from the Jenny she thought she was to the Jenny she didn't know she had to beLike its protagonist this series has evolved from a cryptic horror into a complex even scandalous plot Again and I keep mentioning it because it seems to be an ongoing misconception on these books this is not intended for young readers Yes it may have teenage characters but it's a fully adult read that comprises of horror sex and drugs followed by horror stronger drugs and fully described sexual acts Capish? shoves book in your face because it's awesome Isn't it the worst to review seuels and up? I feel like I've said it all in the previous reviews and since I refuse to use spoilers I'm pretty much at a loss Don't take this the wrong way it's a great installment that fully lived up to my expectations although the first remains my favorite I'm really enjoying how deep we're getting into this epically uniue plot The ending of Jenny Pox blew my socks off which was the first leaf that turned this series into something completely unexpected In this third book and as the title portrays we get to learn about this Alexander fellow who started to appear mysteriously in the seuel I thought his character was very unnerving I knew I shouldn't trust him or his intentions still I found him indefinitely alluring He has this charm that makes it easy to put our concerns on the back burner Besides Alexander we also get glimpses into the perspective of the other characters who are all on the hunt for Jenny; some to save her others to kill her It's an exciting and drama filled novel like its predecessors More characters means story which means secrets revealed We learn a great deal about Jenny and the history surrounding her I thought the various twists were woven in greatly and while they're not made to shock necessarily I appreciated how unexpected some were And as I've mentioned previously I do enjoy how JL considers the conseuences such a plot would have on the real world like the CIA and CDC's involvement Not everyone can be oblivious to a bizarre disease that is sporadically and freakishly killing people seemingly at random and always with a particular girl present I was satisfied with the way things ended in this novel The series is filled with details ranging from their abilities to their complicated relationships and I was weary of how things would all tie up at the end BUT a little bird told me that there was now or will soon be a fourth book gasp so we will see how that ending compares I will either be impressed at the ability of a planned trilogy to continue without feeling like we're beating a dead horse or I will curse JL for life Hey it's totally his callIf you're a horror fan think Carrie then I'm sure you have read this series already so I have nothing else to say Right? glares An advance copy was provided by the publisher for reviewFor of my reviews visit my blog at Xpresso Reads


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    Alexander Death wraps up JL 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 arcsThe 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 concernedMost 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 EsmereldaThe story reaches all the way to Mexico and Central America and eventually returns to where it all started Fallen OakThe story offers believable motivations throughout and ends with a sense that the tale is at last complete A mostly satisfying read that should please those who enjoyed the first two installmentsAs before Alexander Death focuses in young adult aged characters but is not a young adult novel It's content is a bit mature than that though with all the climactic action seems to benefit from a lighter touch of the intense stuff this time around


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    This books marks significant changes in all of the characters In this one Jenny finds herself uickly taken under the wing of Alexander and his uestionable 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 uestions are answered by the completion of the bookWarning If you didn’t enjoy the level of horrorviolence in the previous books I would not continue with the series It only gets intense going forward Contains horror and violenceWho Should Read it? Fans of fantasy in a contemporary setting or horrorSee all my reviews and at wwwReadingToDistractioncom or Read2Distract


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    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 AlexanderFunny 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 terrifyingI can't wait to see what the next and sadly last book of the series takes us


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    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 ParanormalsThen 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 fledI 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


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    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 uite frankly wanted to get on with the actual story Excellent ending though


  7. says:

    This one wasn't uite 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


  8. says:

    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


  9. says:

    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


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    SPOILERS IF YOU HAVE NOT READ JENNY POX AND TOMMY NIGHTMARE DO NOT READ REVIEW BUY BOOKSALSO 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 people because she can give people a deadly disease Jenny Pox her classmates have nicknamed it She can't even hug her dad or pet the dog She craved human touch and finally found it with her opposite Seth But after the town attacked them and Jenny unleashed herself after her father was scared of her and after Seth betrayed her trust and she's in danger the sexy stranger that claims to know her better than anyone and saves her seems like a great idea So off to Mexico she goes with Alexander El Brujo Like the other Paranormals Ashleigh Seth Esmerelda Tommy and Jenny Alexander also has his own kind of power It's an interesting power and Jenny's power enhances it But Alexander claims he wants to be with Jenny because they've been together through many lifetimes He seems to remember all of them while Jenny has no memory of the lives they've shared Alexander treats her like no one has ever treated her She has a servant who becomes her first real friend Kisa and her own room She goes shopping and buys her own clothes and is actually able to save herself and Kisa from two thugs using her power for good instead of evil for the first time that she can remember And Alexander treats her with respect he throws her a party and shows her what her power can do He treats her like the goddess he says she isBut is he really as good as he appears to be? JL Bryan leads you to think so We never really know than Jenny knows about Alexander We know what Seth is doing to try to find her and we know that she isn't safe going back to the United States But JL Bryan keeps what's about to happen a closely guarded secret until its thrust upon you and you're left wide open trying to deal with your emotions and the situation just like Jenny Who to believe? Who to trust? There is an underlying darkness but there's always been that And what about the Mayans? And the snakes? And the zombies?And the drugs? And is the CDC and Homeland Security still poking around the Fallen Oak chemical plant disaster? As I said this is such a fast paced novel I read it in one night I sat there and drank in every word and the cautious person in me was saying Jenny don't open the basement door While the one that wanted her to finally have some fun and get some revenge was saying Go for it I vascillated throughout the entire book And then I got to the last twenty pages and I kept thinking No way he can pull it all off in this amount of pages And I kept reading and watching the page numbers go down and kept thinking No way he can finish this story in this amount of pages I was worried about info dump or a neat and tidy bow or something like that But the I said no way the better the story got That final battle it was legendary I've read some kick ass fight scenes this year and I've read some great fight scenes in this series the one in Jenny Pox at the end is not to be missed But this one this one has got to be right up there with Buffy when they blow up Sunnydale High at graduation minus the mayor turning into a giant snake It is monumentalBy the time I got down to the last few cool down tie up loose end pages I was so pumped full of adrenaline I was bouncing up and down on the bed I felt like jumping on the bed but the ceiling fan gets in the way As it was I used the f word on Twitter That is how great this finale is to this seriesYou will not stop to eat or drink or even pee You will glare at humans and animals that dare to interrupt you and you will kick yourself if you don't hurry up and read this series The real origins of the Paranormals comes out in this book so you need to make sure you've got all three because once you've read the first one you'll never want to wait for the second one and definitely not for Alexander DeathI loved every minute of this book Every uestion was answered everything was completed but not tied up with a bow There were a few extras thrown in that I didn't expect and I loved the ending Read it Enjoy it Tell me how much you loved it


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And between her past lives and her present Jenny must prepare to face her enemies as well as the darkness within he. 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