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Alexander Death (The Paranormals, Book 3) by [Bryan, JL]
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About the Author

J.L. Bryan studied English literature at the University of Georgia and at Oxford, with a focus on the English Renaissance and the Romantic period. He also studied screenwriting at UCLA. He enjoys remixing elements of paranormal, supernatural, fantasy, horror and science fiction into new kinds of stories.

He is the author of The Paranormals series (Jenny Pox, Tommy Nightmare, Alexander Death) and other books. Fairy Metal Thunder is the first book in his new Songs of Magic series. He lives in Atlanta with his wife Christina, his baby son John, and some dogs and cats.

Twitter: @jlbryanbooks

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  • File Size: 807 KB
  • Print Length: 310 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: (September 20, 2011)
  • Publication Date: September 20, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005OKY840
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #200,790 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Kindle Edition
*minor spoilers from the first two books*
Alexander Death picks up exactly where we left off in Tommy Nightmare, and once again I am immensely impressed by how smoothly JL Bryan takes us from book to book!

We begin this book with Seth as a little boy, recalling the events of his older brother Carter's death. *tears* Yeah... I'm crying on page FREAKING six here! I am very emotionally involved with these characters- I don't find myself ever actually CARING this much, EVER. Maybe I should seek professional help?

Back to the book... Tommy and Ashleigh had set Seth up in an extremely compromising position and had Jenny walk in at the MOST inconvenient time, which resulted in her running out of the hotel in Charleston and straight into a mob of people riled up and filled with fear (by... guess who?) and ready to attack- HER.

Lucky for Jenny, Alexander was there to rescue her... *swoon* She goes quite willingly with the ever sexy Alexander and his army of walking dead (WIN) and they flee to Mexico. Now let me clarify quickly... This is not a zombie book. Like Jenny's touch spreads the 'Pox', Alexander can raise the dead and control them... But there is no apocalypse or zombie takeover, just wanted to clarify that!

Jenny and Alexander arrive in Mexico safely, and she's finally getting the answers that have evaded her for so long! He's trying to make her as comfortable as possible, he gives her things, throws her a party... but her thoughts keep drifting to Seth in the beginning.

"Any of us can remember what we are. But it's a process, Jenny. So you can remember me. So we can be fully together, with both of us knowing who and what we are.
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Format: Kindle Edition
Alexander Death is the third and final installment of the Paranormals series which centers around Jenny Morton, a girl who is cursed with a strange ability to inflict a pox-like infection on anyone who she touches.

I recently finished reading this and all I can say is that if you love this series, you will be more than satisfied (happy and ecstatic come to mind) with this ending.

Throughout this series, the reader really sees how Jenny is capable of inflicting ugliness onto others, but she doesn't like it- she doesn't like who she is. And who would? It would be so horribly isolating to never be able to touch another person without killing them. So,while I read these books, a part of me ached for Jenny- her curse made her vulnerable and separated her from the beautiful things in life.

But she truly comes into her own in this series finale. She finally grasps and remembers who she has been throughout the oceans of time and she gomes to grip with it... truly owning it. As a person who has rooted for Jenny, this made me happy.

Obviously, I can't say who she ends up choosing to be with... Seth or Alexander, but I will say that the ending was deliciously satisfying. I was left with the feeling that everything will be okay with Jenny... and in fact, it left me with the feeling of what is important in the world in general.

If you are a fan of JL Bryan's books, you will eat this book up with a spoon and ask for more.
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JL Bryan is a master storyteller and if you don't believe me, then read any of his stories and see for yourself. I'm writing today about the third book in his series, The Paranormals, Alexander Death. If you're up on the story thus far, you will not be disappointed with Alexander Death. It is fast paced and filled with so much energy and character that it is legendary. The characters have powers like none I've seen in YA.

Jenny, tortured throughout two novels is now coming into her own. Jenny Morton, has been through way more than any single character that I've read about in my reading history! She's been tormented by Ashleigh Goodling all her life. She's been unable to touch people because she can give people a deadly disease, "Jenny Pox", her classmates have nicknamed it. She can't even hug her dad or pet the dog. She craved human touch and finally found it with her opposite, Seth. But after the town attacked them and Jenny unleashed herself, after her father was scared of her and after Seth betrayed her trust and she's in danger, the sexy stranger that claims to know her better than anyone and saves her seems like a great idea. So off to Mexico she goes with Alexander, El Brujo. Like the other Paranormals, Ashleigh, Seth, Esmerelda, Tommy and Jenny, Alexander also has his own kind of power. It's an interesting power and Jenny's power enhances it.

But Alexander claims he wants to be with Jenny because they've been together through many lifetimes. He seems to remember all of them, while Jenny has no memory of the lives they've shared.
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I enjoyed this entire series, including this final book, however the final ending was just weak.
The start of the book is strong & it tells the reader quite a lot about Jenny & Alexander, but it seems to really spin on a dime with a "never mind, I don't really like you" kind of thing. And even though the characters are initially presented as almost unbeatable they seem to actually be pretty easy to beat. Also, some things that are lightly touched on in earlier books, for instance the terms of Seth's ancestor's will, the story line depends on the reader to remember out of the blue.
I don't want to give away anything that will take away from anyone else's experience, but the ending could have been much better & more satisfying.
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