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Review: Supernaturally by Kiersten White

September 21, 2011
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Kiersten White writes funny books. No joke. But while her stories are humorous, they’re also full of action, drama, and plots that keep you hooked. This is going to be another short review, but hopefully you enjoy reading it. 🙂
Ms. White continues to show how well she captures the teen voice. Evie is one of my favorite narrators because of how likable, funny, and believable she is. Her need to get into Georgetown is very realistic and I think a lot of teens will be able to relate to it as well. There’s nothing more stressful than applying to colleges and waiting to hear back. The wait is excruciating and Ms. White conveyed this subtly, yet wonderfully. Evie is a bit secretive in this book, which I didn’t really like, but I understood her reasoning behind it. I just wanted her and Lend to be drama free, haha. I love them as a couple. 🙂

The faerie issues are explored a bit more in this installment and it’s interesting to see where exactly Evie came from and how she is able to do what she does. I wish there had been more time spent on her reaction to her past, though. Overall, Supernaturally is a great sequel, one that is every bit as funny and entertaining as the first book. I can’t wait for the third one and I hope to have more Evie and Lend scenes! They’re just so darn cute.

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2 Comments

  • Reply Mundie Moms September 21, 2011 at 10:45 am

    Great review and I’m with you, I’m hoping for me Lend and Evie scene. Although, I did enjoy Reth. He’s such a well written twisted character.

  • Reply My Life With Books - Jennifer K Jovus September 26, 2011 at 4:04 am

    I am glad you liked it. I have hesitated to read it because sequels don’t always live up to the first book. But if you enjoyed it, I know I will too.

    Jen

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