Reviews - Paranormal/Fantasy

The Rosetta Book Club jumps once more into the fray of the urban fairy tale Our True Ancient History. But this book is no generic fairytale. There is a lot more to it, and they're in for a wild ride. Rosetta and Izzie know the fairytale’s characters so well but are shocked that the characters appear to know about them too.

The Open Portal
Michael Scott
Clifton

EPIC FANTASY/MAGICAL REALISM:  Mona is a sweet girl, stuck in circumstances beyond her control. She lives with her foster parents where she is basically ignored by everyone except her younger brother, Joe.  Lady Anne, the rich girl in her class, bullies Mona at school. This girl does everything to make Mona’s already miserable existence even worse.

MEDIEVAL FANTASY/HISTORICAL:  Constance Rendare is a widow with a young son, travelling in a caravan to the capital with her grating family. Another member of the caravan is Wilard Naron, who serves under the Earl of Dentin and takes notice of the stoic Constance.

After attending a vampire gala and being wounded during a black magic-induced blood frenzy, paranormal investigator Alice White and her werewolf boyfriend Sean agree to investigate the incident. Hot on the trail, Alice and her ghost brother Malcolm disappear after being ambushed following a lead. Days later Sean finds her walking on the highway without her memories, magic, or Malcolm!

Ryker, at the beginning of his Fae transitioning period, fails to escape the Collectors when they come to take him to Bramble’s Edge Academy where he is to learn how to control his burgeoning powers.

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