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Megan's Book Madness
Megan's Book Madness rated it 4 years ago
I don't understand how this book got such great reviews. Honestly I can't figure it out. I struggled with the main character the whole time. Not once did I enjoy her or the male characters. The story is so freaking random it's hard to understand.
Simon's Phantom Blog
Simon's Phantom Blog rated it 5 years ago
Black Diamond (McLean Twins, #1) by Jennifer Loiske is a YA Paranormal mystery that is a must read for all fans of the genre. It is a masterfully written, well paced novel and hooks you from page one. I knew I was going to love this book and I did. Well done to the author.Twelve-year-old Shannon McL...
The Crimson Feather
The Crimson Feather rated it 5 years ago
A well-told story. I enjoyed it immensely.
Romance on Wheels
Romance on Wheels rated it 5 years ago
Squee! Jennifer painted pictures with words on the pages of this book. I can't wait for more.
November News 2014
November News 2014 rated it 5 years ago
I thought this was a well-written book about a girl meeting her father for the first time, and the only feeling she has is fear. Her world is turned upside-down when she discovers that both her mother and her father are witches, and she has a twin brother. Why her parents split up with her mother ra...
Author James Chalk
Author James Chalk rated it 5 years ago
Just as great as the first one!
DKCassidy
DKCassidy rated it 16 years ago
Shannon goes to England to meet her father Conner. She knows nothing about him and has been forced to move due to the death of her mother. What transpires from this point is a mesmerizing YA novel about a daughter and her estranged father. Magic and demons abound making for a great read!A quote I en...
MATEGUAS TALK!
MATEGUAS TALK! rated it 51 years ago
I loved this book! Full of twists and turns, Ms. Loiske creates for the reader a world full of dark magic and peril but, at its heart, there is innocence. The heroine of this tale is Shannon, a young teen, who has just lost her mother and has been sent to England to the care of a father she has neve...
Booknest
Booknest rated it 51 years ago
This one is a must read.
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