- File Size: 1197 KB
- Print Length: 248 pages
- Publisher: Kindle Press (March 29, 2016)
- Publication Date: March 29, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01BCD1VQ0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,975 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Girl Who Heard Demons Kindle Edition
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Funnily enough, my 13-year-old son read this before me and he could quote his favorite parts verbatim, so he loved it too! I had to work hard to make sure he didn't give the ending away!
I got this for free, because I picked it to be published with Kindle Scout, and I'm so glad!
This book was different from her other books, I really liked how it made me think about angels and demons in a different way. It was cool. I definitely enjoyed the relationship between Adelle and Levi, Janette is an expert at teen romance and I may have swooned a couple times. ;)
This is a book that I'll definitely be recommending to my children when they are teens. I love that we have authors out there who still write books that I can feel comfortable with having on my shelf (or on my kindle) for my kids to read later. We need a lot more books like that these days.
This book is both entertaining as well as thought provoking. So great!
I started reading the book as soon as I received it and couldn't put it down. I read until 3am. The story is about what the title says, Adelle hears demons. She hears all the negative thoughts the demons are telling people to keep them depressed and unhappy. After moving twice Adelle is determined to lay low and get through her senior year without anyone knowing her secret. She meets Levi and hears the demons say he's going to die. She has to save him, not just because he's gorgeous with blonde hair and beautiful blue eyes and the quarterback, but because he's nice to her. When his friends are in a car wreck and he isn't he wants to know how she knew they'd wreck. She reveals her secret and at first Adelle is sure that once people know the truth about her they will ridicule her like before. But Levi is different and even though he doesn't believe her for one minute, he seems to still like her. Adelle hears the demons talk about a murder and she has to do something about it, even if she loses everything.
Janette Rallison is by far my favorite author because everything I read I love. Her characters are always witty and authentic. Her writing is entertaining with humor and lots of butterflies and heart-pounding romance. There is excitement and mystery going on too. No spoilers: There is a scene, that no joke, I gasped at. I should've seen it coming but Janette had me all wrapped up in all the lovey-dovey stuff that I missed the clues. That is a well-written story when you can actually be surprised. Well done, again.
I love the concept of this book and have always been fascinated with the idea of fallen angels and guardian angels all around affecting our lives for good and bad. I myself have written a fictional story about demons and guardian angels. For years, I peddled the idea around and didn't get any response. I wasn't sure what genre to place it in; Paranormal? Religious?... Just like this book my story isn't preachy or anything just the concept is spiritual. I'm happy to see great writers like Janette finding readers who are interested in this kind of story. Maybe it's time to pull my story, "Anything but Normal" out of the top drawer. What do you think is there a genre and readership for this kind of story?