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YA with an edge of peril

About the Author

Poppet is published with Wild Wolf Publishing, Eibonvale Press, and Vamptasy Publishing

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  • File Size: 2294 KB
  • Print Length: 197 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1480184373
  • Publisher: 13th Sign Press (October 25, 2012)
  • Publication Date: October 25, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009XDDFCA
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,213,280 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Poppet writes horror and edgy paranormal romance, and is currently published with Wild Wolf Publishing and Eibonvale Press.
website: http://authorpoppet.weebly.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Poppet/197111090356326
Blog: http://authorpoppet.wordpress.com/blog/

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Elaina J Davidson on October 26, 2012
Format: Paperback
In IV we meet Seithe as a teenager and discover what drives him to become the super-being he is, half-vampyre, half-angel. Here we find a more `innocent' side to Seithe and his siblings, but don't be fooled: there's darkness and power and the supernatural and all those factors that serve to underscore Poppet's work. Seithe and his kind seek love from humans- salvation for vampyres- and when he meets Tasmin...well, I'd love to explain it all, but won't reveal more...

IV is set in beautiful Cape Town and Poppet uses stunning Long Beach, the mystery of Tokai forest and the majesty of Table Mountain to great effect as the backdrops for Seithe coming to grips with his power in order to shoulder his responsibilities. As a Capetonian I have to admit I particularly enjoyed these nuances.

I also enjoyed reading about the Flying Dutchman, a local ghost ship legend we Capetonians simply love holding forth about, and the ninjen we learn about in IV will have you tapping into your search engines. Are they myth or not???

Now forget setting and legends...and delve into Poppet's brilliant imagination for action, romance and emotion, and vanish for a time from the world.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By AngMG on November 6, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
In Poppet's first foray into writing YA we get to go back in time and meet Darise, Seithe, Ellindt and Jowendrhan as teenagers. Born half human and half Angel, their lives are full of situations and choices that will effect the entire world. They have been given water from the underworld river, Lethe, so they can forget the details of the past and Seithe will face tests that will make or break who he will forever be.

On the beach, he is run into by a local girl Tasmin, and meeting a pure heart and beautiful soul, he begins to believe in redemption. His guardian and uncle, Venix, is not a nurturing sort. At a time where Seithe needs support and wisdom, he seems to be set on teaching his nephew's life lessons in a ditatched, cold, hard manner.

Luckily, Seithe has two people looking out for him and his siblings. Arelstin, and their Aunt, Selene, who step in to lend support and do damage control. (Everyone should have an Aunt Selene!)

The writing is classic Poppet. She takes words and weaves them into vivid scenery and emotion as only she can. You will be transported to a South Africa so real you will feel like you can close your eyes, reach out and touch it. You will smell the ocean and feel the fog and wind. You will meet terrifying underwater legends. Your heart will beat double time with the anticipation of discovering pure, true love and stop completely in terror while on a roller coaster of discovery and high emotion. There are unexpected twists,turns and nasty surprises. The fight against evil is never quite clear cut with Poppet!

I totally enjoyed this book and can't wait to find out what happens next in Ellint's book, Scarlet Vamporium. Poppet is addictive. She makes you think and you will almost always learn something new. A refreshing, intelligent voice that is sadly lacking in a lot of todays fiction.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ErinKoiso on November 1, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Only Poppet has the sublime power to transfix and move me unlike no other. Indigo Vamporium tells the story of a teenage Seithe, who is struggling with exactly who and what he is. Seithe is half vampyre, half angel - all confusion - all struggles. He is supposed to be mentored by his Uncle Venix but it doesn't feel like mentorship to Seithe. Venix has given him clues - Seithe must figure them out to unlock his future and who he is. His life changes when he meets Tasmin. She is pure of heart, and Seithe gets lost in her charms. And she is a girl worthy of him. Their first moment alone on the isolated beach - I am suddenly taken back to when I was a teenager. The imagery Poppet uses is some of the most dramatic and intense of anything I have ever read. I absolutely love the small and intimate history lessons that are thrown in. I found myself researching them even more as an added bonus to the story. I first met Seithe in Poppet's Pravus Series - Which is an absolute emotional ride and I fell for Seithe the moment I read him. Seithe is such a complex and compelling character that I needed to know from where he came and what made him the man that I fell in love with. While this is a Young Adult Series I found it completely spell-binding. Poppet has an undeniable way of making you run the emotional gamut with each book she writes, and this one did exactly that! I was sitting at work - crying - tissues in hand - (yet again with Seithe)with heart-wrenching pain that I begged for it to not be so! No spoilers - sorry! But the end was heart warming, sweet and truly magical. And I found myself with a cheesy teenage grin and my old heart felt young again. If you are looking for an exceptionally different kind of thought provoking, deeply emotional and amazingly descriptive read - then this is exactly the book for you. Highly recommend from young adult to young at heart!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Leesgrl on October 31, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
I have reviewed many of Poppet's books and with her new YA books I was a little apprehensive. I am a 40yr old mother of 6! What do I have in common with a bunch of teenagers? Well I'll tell you. I was once a teenager a long long time ago. I once felt the butterflies when that special guy walked in the room. I remember the smell of his skin, the way the light would shine in his eyes, the way he said my name. This book reminded me of a time that things were much more simple. The romance of youth that wasn't tarnished with the harsh side of sex. The purity of two kids learning to love in a way that makes even a grown woman remember what it was like. You get the story of Seithe, as a teenager. I loved him in Poppet's adult books. In this book I wanted to wrap him up in my arms and rock him like a baby. His pain, his anger is so raw. You get to see into what makes him who he is and his love for an awkward girl makes it that much better. Seithe's trial and tribulations will touch your heart along with his admiration of Taz. Look into a world that only Poppet can create. Allow her to wrap you in her light and wake up your soul. I applaud her new line of YA books. For some of us it gives insight into the characters we already know and love and for others it propels you into a new world that is never-ending and ageless.
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