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- Print Length: 324 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: May 28, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00YHOWRKQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,247 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Haunted Tales - A Mary O'Reilly Paranormal Mystery - Book Fifteen (Mary O'Reilly Series 15) Kindle Edition
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Honestly, I love this series. When I first picked up the first book it was everything I never knew I wanted in a book. Paranormal mystery, fast paced twists and turns, lovable characters and touching endings. I look forward to each new installment and can hardly put them down once I start and I am still looking forward to the next in the series.
That being said, I am starting to get to a point where it's hard to read. This has been getting worse in each book it seems. The problem is the "too perfect" characters. I loved all the friends and family in this book and was almost jealous that I didn't have someone like them to count on in the real world. Now it's to a point where I can barely get through a sentence without trying to hold back my eye roll or shaking my head. All the characters interaction anymore is love and hugging out any problem they may have (which besides the average bad guy every now and then, is something as small as a simple misunderstanding or saying something maybe a little too snarky). Nothing but good nature teasing and telling each other all the time how wonderful and loved they are. ESPECIALLY Mary. Mary is just too darn perfect, and anyone would do anything and everything to keep "our girl safe". It all is becoming just too perfect and mushy. Not to say I don't love a happy ending and a close knit family/friends, but I would also like to feel like it is slightly real. Don't let every bad moment get better with a group hug and pat on the head, or talk about how amazing Mary is in basically every paragraph. We read books to transport into another life/world, but at the same time its nice to seem like this COULD happen or is similar to something we know.
In conclusion, I really do love the Mary O'Reilly series, the ghosts and mysteries are always new and interesting and I have grown very fond of all the main characters. I still will look forward to each new installment, but it is becoming harder and harder to enjoy like I use to. I (and others from what I have read in past reviews) would love to see a little more real life and little less sugary sweet perfectness in every page. Please let them have a real family fight that doesn't end in whispering sweet nothings and eating some of Rosie's famous cookies. Give Mary a flaw, besides her just caring too much and running head on into danger for those she loves. If these small changes could happen, I feel there would be nothing but 5 Stars!
alone and I recommend all fifteen. But, if you can start at the beginning of Mary's saga, you will have that never-to-be-forgotten feeling when
you finish book one and can click on book two, three, four, and so on. Terri brings such warmth and vitality to her characters that I am reminded of
one of my favorite authors, Essie Summers (but without the paranormal element). Mary is given a choice on her way to heaven, after saving
her older brother, Sean's, life, and coming back with the ability to see and help ghosts; her ability flavors the stories that much more with faith and humor abounding. I'm not sure I can write eloquently enough to influence people to read these books, but I'm motivated enough to leave my comfort zone and reach out to others to enjoy this series....and anything else Terri Reid publishes.
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