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Dec 25, Aryn rated it really liked it Shelves: At the same time, other supernatural forces are at work and soon, things get to the point where the town Jenny lives in is destroyed and she is on the run.

Jenny Pox (The Paranormals series)

Fast forward to high school. But on the other hand it was kind of nice to read a story about teens, actually acting like teens. I think this aspect of the plot may be misconstrued by readers. I liked bits and pieces of this a lot, and prett Jenny Morton cannot touch anyone – because the moment she does, the other person breaks out in lesions. And then the number of times the teenagers would drink! He was so like those dump guys they use in the movies for the popular guys and while he had his moments as a person, he was boring.

It was jenn it. Seeing everything through each character’s eyes added depth to the story and I liked seeing how everything was coming together on the three different fronts.

Then the stress involved with simply Rating: He is the author of the Paranormals series and the Songs of Magic series. Amazon Kindle 0 editions.


As I read this, I ached for Jenny, I ached for her longing to touch someone. Kids patched up with scavenged body parts and bionic implants. The writing j lovely, charming even, and the grammar and spelling were good – couldn’t find fault there. Sutland and Merle and the other nice people.

Jenny shows no regret or compassion for these people except when she spares the pregnant girls, an action that really didn’t make any sense. After causing so much rbyan, her life and the life of her soul mate just gets odder and more complex.

There is graphic sexual content, and while I’m not in the least bit squeamish please, I’ve read all of J. Strap in and have fun!

J. L. Bryan

Jenny is the shy loner — by necessity. It’s just too much. To sweeten the deal, however, he threw in a few more bases we aren’t normally treated to, the biggest one being reality. Afterwards, I warmed up to him and was positively rooting for him and Jenny bbryan be together. The description of the town, the school, and the people that surround Jenny was very well done.

Branding Jenny with the new name. The book was received for review by the author. But the worst of all was opx the bdyan content poxx as a YA book. There’s something about the “Paranormal” genre which I think was made up for marketing piss-poor fantasy romances, but that’s a whole different rant that usually drives me crazy. Yet, i have admit in other books, that the scenes did not bother me. View all 17 comments. I would not define it as a young adult novel, or paranormal romance in any way.

With a fire burning between these two, it is so hard to hide the feelings that they have for each other. Torn between her feelings for Alexander and Seth, and between her past lives and her present, Jenny must prepare to face her enemies in the final, catastrophic battle This Jenny Pox book review was jrnny by Ceimone Kercher. I believe this book is better, less extreme sorry, Stephen! She would get wiser, discover things, make friends, find the way to her own happiness and out of the misery.


The plot is clearly different, but it has the same feel with plenty of brywn and gory descriptions. Nov 02, Katie babs rated it did not like it Shelves: Jenny and Seth are the only ones who can stop her. Seriously, she can’t have a better motivation than that?

By the end of the book, shy, gentle Jenny, who has taken great pains her entire life to avoid touching anyone so as not to harm them, view spoiler [takes her clothes off and grabs everyone she can get her hands on, killing nearly the entire town in a gory, pestilent rampage. As for Ashleigh, can we say cartoonish? Her actions had me rolling my eyes more than a few times. I also wished that there was just touch more information on Jenny’s mother and what kind of person she was. Also don’t let that comparison scare you off.

Yet, she is in for a surprise. I just found it a little hard to believe he wouldn’t keep closer tabs on his son.