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Evie’s always thought of herself as a normal teenager even though she works for the International Paranormal Containment Agency her ex boyfriend is a faerie she’s falling for a shape shifter and she’s the only person who can see through supernatural glamoursShe’s also about to find out that she may be at the center of a dark faerie prophecy promising destruction to all paranormal creaturesSo much for normal


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    There’s a scene in Vampire’s Suck yes my husband and saw it with a group of friends and exited the cinema a few hours later with a few less braincells Vampire’s Suck’s version of Mike Newton from Twilight approached the Bella character upon meeting her threw an arm around her shoulder and said “Wow you look pretty frigid and boring Wanna go to prom?”Despite the stupidity of this movie they managed to encapsulate in one brilliant sentence the biggest problem I’ve had with the YA paranormal novels of late Particularly Fallen Hugh Hush Ever Halo and the countless others like it that I haven’t managed to torture myself with The female main characters are BORING What’s they’re written in the roles of heroines and tragically couldn’t act less heroic Unless those bitches were hiding their sheballs somewhere I couldn’t see Yes most women totally have sheballsExcept for Chris CrockerSee?Evie is such a refreshing departure She’s funny and here’s something new FUN From her crazy antics and funny obsessions to even the most simple of phrases that come from her mouth Now I’ll briefly explain about the Mary Sue test Most authors and people in general are familiar with this term It basically means the Main Character if she is a Mary Sue is basically an author self insert Otherwise known as Luce Nora Ever Bethany Clary Tessa and the biggest Mary Sue ever – Anita BlakeThough imagining yourself doing various and weird sexual acts with Jean “I stole my leather pants from a hooker and now she wants them back” Claude is just a little weirdUnfortunately Evie ticks quite a few boxes on the Mary Sue testEvie is remarkably beautifulEvie carries an unusual weapon wears a strange piece of jewelry or otherwise displays a unique possession on her personEvie is notably witty always ready with a sharp comeback or clever remark Alternatively she is fascinatingly stern and close mouthedShe is a natty dresser always in fashion or not in fashion but so well as to make the fashionable pale in comparisonThere's an unusual story centering around Evie's birth or infancyShe was adopted raised by people other than her parents or for some reason has no biological parentsThere are prophecies about EvieEvie has psychic abilities exceptional strength magical powers can heal with a touch or has any other skill talent or power that we would consider superhuman More Than one special power Practically no one else in the story has similar powersBut you know she never feels like a Mary Sue I guess her cute yearning for cars high school lockers television and all the other little quirks to her personality give her a rounded characterI thoroughly enjoyed the relationship between Evie and Lend Not only did they have some witty and fun banter There’s also that rare feeling that I have when I read novels that these two could actually make it I’m serious in that I could actually see these two getting married and the whole happily ever after too They really make a lovely coupleUnlike some peopleAnita and Jean Claude know how to have a good time together no reallyThe plot and pacing move nicely throughout the story and whilst it was easy to guess who the bad guy was and what the eventual outcome would be it didn’t annoy me like it has in other novels Can I help it if I’m like practically a genius or something? No no I can’tSo over all this novel was a breath of fresh air I completely enjoyed it and I absolutely can’t wait to read the sequel I highly recommend it to most people except for anyone named Bob and I think that out of most of the other YA paranormal lit out there this one is definitely the best