[PnRC] November is for Shifters: Link Your Reviews!

Posted by Jessi (Geo) on October 31, 2013 | 11 Comments



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November’s feature: Shifters!

 
If you don’t know by now, this is my FAVORITE category of paranormals. I loooove were stories! Here are some of my favorite shifter/were novels:

 
 

I love Kelley Armstrong’s books featuring Elena Michaels. It’s been forever since I read them, and same with the Darkest Powers trilogy! I’ve been dying to re-read them, they were some of my first favorites! City of a Thousand Dolls was SO good, I definitely recommend it! JERRIT. <3

I didn’t read a PnRC book for October because of Horror October. But this month I definitely will! Here are my picks:

 

 

Link your PnRC reviews!

Jessi (Geo)

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11 responses to “[PnRC] November is for Shifters: Link Your Reviews!

  1. I have had those Kelly Armstrong books on my TBR shelf for a really long time, I think I am going to pick them up next though (I need a few good books after having read a series of not so great ones).

    I am not a fan of “Forever” – I usually like shifter books, but the writing style just didn’t work for me.

    • They’re amazing! I hope you love them as much as I did :)

      I liked Shiver, but wasn’t all that impressed with Linger. Hopefully the finale won’t be a disappointment…

  2. i love werewolves and shifters in general but i read a lot in october( couldn’t resist) now i need to find those that i have that still fit^^)

  3. Stephanie H.

    I’ve been wanting to read Bitten forever, especially now that there is going to be a TV series based on the show. I have the audio for the Summoning, but haven’t read it either!

    I read Shiver a few years ago and thought it was only ok and have never gotten around to reading Linger.

    I can’t wait to see what you think of Thornhill!

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