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Monday, November 4, 2019

Review: Paper Children by James Fahy @endeavour_media @j_r_fahy_tweets

Paper Children 
by James Fahy

Publisher: Endeavour Venture
Publish Date: October 11, 2019
Kindle Edition
502 Pages
Series: Phoebe Harkness #3
Genres: Fantasy, Paranormal, Horror

My name is Phoebe Harkness.

When I’m not trying to cure the disease that killed the world, I’m roped into an unwilling role as ambassador between the humans of New Oxford, and the Genetic Others, all those things that go bump and grind in the night. I don’t get paid enough.

It’s been six months since the Duke of Sanctum, the infuriating vampire named Allesandro, upped and disappeared. Right in the middle of the Tribal crisis too. I’m still mad about it. But a new power rises at Sanctum, and the boy who would be king is bringing his carnival to our Halloween streets. A vampire pride march in a city fuelled by prejudice and intolerance: what could possibly go wrong?

Indeed, somebody, or something, clearly wants to cancel the festivities, and is picking off the vampires one at a time, and in messy ways. CSI hasn’t needed body bags, they’ve needed mops.

What kind of monster hunts monsters?

My Review:

Just when you thought it was safe to... do anything.. the weird just gets weirder! 

Have you started this series yet? If not, what are you waiting for? Full of Genetic Others, a missing hot AF vampire, the sassy Phoebe and the ultra snarky Cloves - we are back into this highly entertaining and hilariously giggle inducing novel.  Oh you don't think werewolves, bonewalkers, vampires and more aren't funny? Well you will.  And now there's something different in New Oxford - and right when Fangfest is about to come into full swing. What the actual fuck is happening in this city?!

I highly suggest you start with book one so you get a full on view of these fantastic and sarcastic characters.  I love that this book just takes off from book two.  Fahy does a fantastic job of weaving in bits to keep you updated without having to summarize the first two books.  It's fun to see how these characters are evolving and as with most horror/paranormal reads, there are deaths a plenty and a few surprises along the way.

But James.. really... with that one... did you have to and are you really? UFF, I hate that now it'll be a while before book 4 comes out to tell me what's going to happen next.  But isn't that the sign of a great read?  Highly entertaining and full of sarcasm and wittiness, this is one wild and fun ride. 


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