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Her book is more on the grotesque side but not a corny horror book. I would say the best suited audience would be females between 18-35. The main characters are mostly girls in their late teens, just leaving high-school and preparing for the real world. My favorite character is Bella, despite her stuck up self she reminds me of my college days and all the excitement weekend partying was.
"Something" has some sexual scenes but i wouldn't define this book as an erotic novel, it's just one of the perks that kept me flipping pages! You never know what's going to happen and that's why I rated it with 5 stars. I love the unpredictability, the intertwining storyline and the scary edge that kept my mind focused and intrigued. I cannot wait to read the second book of her series!
The author states you are more than capable of capturing all your destined powers and freeing yourself of all the things that burden you. Go straight into the universe, jump into the unknown and truly find your soul awakening.
In SOMETHING the new adult; horror; dark fantasy; mystery In book 1 of 5 in the Wisteria series, Aubrey finds a book that propels her and peers into horror and madness. In this story you experience eerie, creepy and ghostly surroundings of life, terror and death.
Through this dark, icy universe, separated from everyone else, alone…terrified… seeking something. Love, is Aubrey’s mission. Nathan is the person she wants and he is out of reach...... What scared her was living.
"Books and jumbled clothes were scattered all around her on the bed and floor. She brushed them off, all but her new favorite, the one she’d been reading since yesterday— Something. She held it to her chest like a stuffed toy. A milky full moon glowed outside the window as the sky went out like a candle in the wet boondocks. For a few minutes , Aubrey hummed “Bring Me to Life .” She stopped to say, “Someone… Something… Anything… Come save me.” Her words were soft and delicate as she listened to her broken heart beat gently. And Aubrey didn’t have the slightest idea that something had heard her. That someone… was always listening…"
"The chilling voice almost bled into Aubrey’s eardrums, making everything around her seem small and distant. It evoked the image of the horned creature Terry had shown her in his book of demons . This was its true voice, the sound of a thing that lusted for her flesh and blood. Her soul. She felt so alone and in her peripheral vision, Billie rubbed her body against a tall guy. Corona in her hand. She was laughing. The sound was something beautiful in the black pit of fear and death. It made Aubrey realize that she badly wanted… to live."
"There is a place where the creatures of folklore live in undisturbed abundance:
gnomes, kappas, mermaids, goblins and witches. Wizards, fairies, Ju Ju Whop Whops, trolls, and other wicked things too. There are no sweet little mermaids or kind and loving fairy godmothers, only ones most deviant and cruel. There is no faithful beast, ghost, witch, or monster— just types to be avoided at all cost. Those benevolent creatures you might have heard of belong only in children’s stories. But they want us to believe in their sweetness, don’t they? Lulls us into sleeping soundly, doesn’t it? Now, in this place of which I speak, demons also dwell. Not like villains conjured up in fairytales. Demons. Real demons that walk the Earth, sucking the life out of beings that The Creator had once blown breath into. And there are many Spirits within this world, just as bad. There are also man-sized frogs and pigs and other such animals. They dress up and go to work, marry, have kids, and speak human language. They are amongst the ghoulish creatures in this place that are considered Monsters. This place is called Wisteria, a land where English and Japanese are the main—"
The end of book 1:
Aubrey began to hyperventilate and grabbed at what felt like Nathan’s sleeve. In her heart, though it defied all logic, she knew that they were heading to the hidden domain. And that life would never be the same.
Enjoy. Five stars!
4 June 2017
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