Paranormal 13 – short overview

Paranormal 13

I downloaded this book for free. It has 14 paranormal books written by various authors. Most of them are paranormal romances but some of them don’t seem to be romances at all.

I tried to read all of the books but I just couldn’t finish some of them either because they were geared toward teenagers or, in one case, the writing was just not up to par. Two of them were excellent and I actually went on to read the next books in the series.

And BEWARE almost all of the books end with cliffhangers. The authors want you to read the next book in the series.

Darkangel by Christine Pope
I liked this one so much that I read some more books of the series before I continued on to the next stories in Paranormal 13

Twin Souls by K.A. Poe
Too young and teeny-bopperish for me. I read a few pages and stopped.

The Girl by Lola St. Vil
Another one too young for me.

Rest for the Wicked by Cate Dean
I finished this book and it was okay.

Drowning Mermaids by Nadia Scrieva
Another book that was just okay.

I Bring the Fire by C. Gockel
The story might have been good but the writing was too amateurish for me. I didn’t finish.

The Witch Hunter by Nicole R. Taylor
A Vampire Diaries ripoff. Not very original. I did finish it though.

Beyond the Fortune Teller’s Tent by Kristy Tate
A pretty good book.

Nolander by Becca Mills
A very original story. Not much on the romance but I enjoyed it anyway. I read the next book in the series and will continue reading them when her next book comes out.

The Medium by C.J. Archer
A pretty good book.

Dream Student by J.J. DiBenedetto
Too young for me.

Deception by Stacy Claflin
Too young for me. I actually tried to read it but the author made it into a Cinderella story where the main character was not treated as well as her sister. I did not finish.

The Black Parade by Kyoko M
A pretty good book.

The Thought Readers by Dima Zales
A pretty good book.

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