Genre: Paranormal

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Review: The Storyteller’s Muse, Traci Harding

Review: The Storyteller’s Muse, Traci Harding

A musician, an artist, an author and a dancer walk into an apartment… It’s a story that elderly author Penelope feels compelled to tell, and she enlists nurse and aspiring writer, Peter, to help her do just that. But when Peter begins to delve into research for the novel, the… Read more »

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Review: Iris and the Tiger, Leanne Hall

Review: Iris and the Tiger, Leanne Hall

There’s something very strange about Bosque de Nubes, and it isn’t just Iris’ odd Aunt Ursula, or the surreal paintings on every wall. When Iris visits the old house in Spain to try to convince her Aunt to leave it all to her, she finds dark shadows in the woods and… Read more »

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Review: Who’s Afraid? Maria Lewis

Review: Who’s Afraid? Maria Lewis

A society of werewolves and other paranormal creatures in Scotland, in New Zealand and around the world – sound a bit familiar? Who’s Afraid? is certainly similar to other paranormal stories in some ways, but has more heart than many I’ve read. Tommi Grayson lives in Dundee, Scotland. After her… Read more »

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Review: Black Widow: Forever Red, Margaret Stohl

Review: Black Widow: Forever Red, Margaret Stohl

Natasha Romanoff did not have a happy childhood, forced to train in the brutal Red Room under Ivan Somodorov. When Natasha returns years later to kill him, she uncovers Somodorov’s secret project, OPUS. While I’m not really a big comic reader, I do enjoy watching the Avengers movies and the… Read more »

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Podcast Episode #28: Angels in YA + Giveaway

Podcast Episode #28: Angels in YA + Giveaway

  Welcome to the twenty-eighth episode of the Tea in the Treetops podcast hosted by Philippa and Angelya. This episode is part of a series where we talk about YA books in a certain genre. This week we are very happy to welcome special guest Paula Weston to talk about her… Read more »

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Review: Rivers of London, Ben Aaronovich

Review: Rivers of London, Ben Aaronovich

Peter Grant is a new constable in the Metropolitan Police, hoping to be assigned a decent posting. Instead, he takes a witness account from a ghost who saw a man have his head knocked off. This lands Peter a position working with Chief Inspector Thomas Nightingale, a paranormal investigator and wizard…. Read more »

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Review: Ghost House, Alexandra Adornetto

Review: Ghost House, Alexandra Adornetto

I’ve not read anything else by Alexandra Adornetto but considering she’s 21 and this is her 7th published novel I was willing to give it a shot. Besides it’s been awhile since I’ve read a good creepy ghost story so I was excited to sink my teeth into this one…. Read more »

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Review: Shimmer, Paula Weston

Review: Shimmer, Paula Weston

I love this series. How to write a review without gushing like a fangirl? Please note: This is my review of the third book in the Rephaim series. I’ve marked spoilers for the first two books – Shadows and Haze, but If you’d like to remain spoiler-free, go check out my… Read more »

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Review: Dollhouse, Anya Allyn

Review: Dollhouse, Anya Allyn

When I first saw the cover of Dollhouse on Netgalley I was instantly attracted to it – it was so different to many YA covers out there.  I then realised that the book was by an Australian author and my mind was made up I wanted to read this book! … Read more »

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