Jenny Pox (The Paranormals #1)
Publish date: July 24th 2010
Publisher: Smashwords, Inc.
Pages no: 260
Edition language: English
Series: The Paranormals (#1)
I enjoyed reading this book, but frankly I could have done without Ashleigh's point of view. I hated that girl, so I skipped passages when it was all about her. It annoyed me how easily they were all falling into her trap, over and over. But there were also emotional moments, so that was good.Oh, an...
Jenny Morton is for all the world a normal girl. Except she's not, not even a little bit. Jenny can't ever touch another person or living creature without killing them of disease. The book opens on a very young Jenny having the "don't touch anyone" rule being reiterated by her father. She had pi...
Wow that was really different. Not what I expected but I really enjoyed it. It was gruesome in parts, especially the end. I am so glad I decided to read it and it was FREE from Amazon! Awesome. I am totally going to read the next one in the series. One of the things I really liked about Jenny was h...
I enjoyed Jenny Pox every bit as much as I thought I would. Realistically I don't think a girl like Jenny would last until she was 18 without her secret being discovered, but I was able to suspend my disbelief and lose myself in Jenny Pox.Jenny Pox is a cross between J.E. Medrick's Icarus Helix seri...
It was so good... and then it was so dumb! WHY. This really reminded me about how I felt when finishing 'This Dark Endeavor' by Kenneth Oppel. Like the author was getting desperate and confused. I also felt that this was waaaaaaaaaay too long!