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Death Rejoices (The Marnie Baranuik Files Book 2) Kindle Edition
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While I've been able to find a few gems through Amazon's book borrowing program, most of the available titles in the areas of my interest are formulaic, seriously lacking in proper editing, poor copycats of successful major published works, or excuses for 'authors' to indulge in writing pornography with no character, world, or story building evident.
All that being said I am pleased to take the time to give my hearty recommendation for the Marnie Baranuik Files series. I have read all books so far, (and am eagerly hoping for more), so my review applies to them in entirety.
Vampire literature has run the gamut from truly horrifying to ridiculous, but A. J. Aalto has managed to provide a fresh new perspective on vampire culture and history, along with a world that supports the idea of the 'supernatural' in an easy "suspension of disbelief". Her main characters are well fleshed, highly individualized, exhibiting dichotomies that real people have, (i.e., Marnie's extreme intelligence and education contrasting with her prolifically embellished profanities - or Harry's extreme concern for others vs. his lack of ability to love), and entirely believable in the world she's created. While there are some 'sex' scenes, they are entirely appropriate to the story, and they are not overdone.
This series provide mystery, maudlin, adventure and humor at a great pace. I found myself laughing out loud at Marnie's "colorful metaphors" - so much so that I had to share her brilliant new ways of swearing with my husband, who has now been inspired to read the series.
I stayed up too late many nights reading this series and am very much looking forward to doing so again. If you are a fan of the supernatural genre and are looking for something well written, well edited and highly entertaining - look no further.
Your characters and scenes are second to none! All the creepiest of ghouls and things that go bump in the night not to mention revenants from sweet to evil, from newborn to thousands of years old! Absolutely the best of the best! And Marnie! I positively love her, you couldn't have created a more lovable klutzy genius if you tried. The hot guys she's surrounded with from her cold companion to her super hot hunter/FBI agent are a gals best fantasies! I am so glad I downloaded the series all in one fell swoop ' cause as soon as I'm finished with one book I have to grab the next. Any of you folks out there who love great supernatural suspense with a great dose of humor will not want to miss the Marnie Baranuik series! They are to die for (laughing that is)! What a great! Sincerely, Merrilyn
In this continuation of Marnie’s woes, three furries have gone missing. This mystery results in the reasonable situation of Marnie dressed in a squirrel suit trying to shy away from an over-eager “unicorn”. Throw in a few zombies and revenants and you have one heck of a knotty situation for Marnie to untangle. If that doesn’t catch your attention, then I don’t know what will!
Warning: Contains graphic horror (gore in ample amounts), sexual content and violence.
Who should read it? Paranormal fans who will enjoy a dose of horror and British flair.
See all my reviews and more at www.ReadingToDistraction.com or @Read2Distract