Boy was I wrong! I did enjoy this book. In this world Ms. Carringer created (during the 1800s), supernaturals are considered to be so because they have an excess of soul. It’s difficult for humans to try to cross over to become vampires or werewolves because you must have a lot of soul to survive the transfer. Alexia Tarabotti is a 25-year-old spinster who is considered, by other paranormals, to be soulless. What this means is she negates other supernatural’s powers. For example, if a vampire attacks her, when she touches it it loses it’s vampiric abilitis and for all intents and purposes is human while in physical contact.”
Jenn at Book Crazy reviewed Shadowland by Alyson Noel:
“I succeeded in getting a copy last year, and I absolutely love this book. The story is very cute, and has a unique element because the whole book is told completely in dialogue. Since there isn’t a “narration” element here, the illustrations are EVERYTHING to making sense of this book. I love how they look like a cross between colored pencil and pastels. And the facial expressions of the characters (the penguin especially) are hilarious. I am also thoroughly entertained that my version of the book also came with a paper ornament in the back of it. So Penguin’s tree is now hanging on my tree. (Yes, I am entertained easily sometimes). ”
Kris at The Cajun Book Lady reviewed Never Cry Werewolf by Heather Davis:
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