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Paraestrals Volume I

S. E. Stenner

Average Review Rating Average Rating 8/10 (1 Review)
Book Details

Publisher : Kindle Direct Publishing

Published : 2012

Copyright : S. E. Stenner 2012

ISBN-10 : EB Not Known
ISBN-13 : EB Not Known

Publisher's Write-Up

A narrative coming of age thriller/horror, about a young girl whose world is turned upside down as the origins of her dark lineage surface.

'My name is Samantha LeFay, I'm young, popular, with my whole life ahead of me, what can go wrong - everything! After turning sixteen and suddenly becoming allergic to the sun along with a few other weird afflictions, my life begins to unravel at the seams, as my friends desert me, my boss at my weekend job forces me to quit and my stepmother nags me to the point of insanity. My life's different now, I'm different. As the people at school would put it I'm a freak - Sammy LeFreak. I don't know if they're right, all I know is the sun burns my skin, I suddenly have the strength to throw a guy ten foot in the air and my body craves a particular substance... Blood!'

Paraestrals is no ordinary Vampire tale, the story takes the reader along with Sam as she discovers this hidden side she never knew she had, and follows the decisions she makes when it comes to how she'll use these new found powers she possesses.

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Review by Crystal(2) (311012) Rating (8/10)

Review by Crystal(2)
Rating 8/10
Paraestrals is such a great read. I loved the main charter Sam, she had such a fiery spirit but with also a hint of vulnerability thrown in. And her friend / enemy Lauren was so spiteful and cruel, it really made me love to hate her.

This story was just so different to other vampire books I’ve read, in the way it threw out the vampires are not born rule. Which also opened up the story to the reader to watch Sam as she tries to figure out what’s happening to her, while she juggles her home, school and social life. The story could have been a bit longer - but apart from that I loved it. I will be keeping my eyes peeled for the next ebook instalment!
Crystal(2) (31st October 2012)

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