Review: Alexander Death by J.L. Bryan

Title: Alexander Death (The Paranormals #3)

Author: J.L. Bryan

Release Date:  September 19th 2011

Published by: JLBryanbooks.com

Read: December 3rd 2012

Pages: 309-eBook-owned

Series:

  1. Jenny Pox
  2. Tommy Nightmare
  3. Alexander Death
  4. Jenny Pox Bringer

Synopsis:

While Seth searches for Jenny, Dr. Heather Reynard of the CDC unravels Seth and Jenny’s secrets.

Alexander opens Jenny’s mind to her deep past, and to the full horrific extent of her powers.

Torn between her feelings for Alexander and Seth, and between her past lives and her present, Jenny must prepare to face her enemies, as well as the darkness within her…

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Not recommended for readers under eighteen.

What I thought:

Definitely read the first two books in this series first, I’m going to try and not have any spoilers in my review though as best I can.

After the big riot of the first book, Jenny is staying with Alexander (the zombie-man!) in Mexico. In each life he tries to accomplish something big, and this one is no different and has him running with the drug cartels. Jenny and him have a certain connection from their past, and with his help she remembers more of who she was.

Ashleigh is still around in this book as evil as ever and she’s starting to go to the top of power and influencing small people in government. Tommy is still under her control as well as Esmeralda. Seth is on his own and worrying about what happened to Jenny and where she went, as he tries to piece together what happened that night. You also get to see more glimpses of Seth as he grew up which I liked, I felt bad for him in the last book and I thought him and Jenny were perfect for each other. A lot happens between all these characters and I loved every second!

The ending of this one not only has an awesome show-down but some people finally get what’s coming to them, which was great because a few other things get wrapped up and there’s no cliffhanger. But of course there is another book, which I can’t wait to read and see what happens!

I think this book was better than the second and I’m glad this series is getting so good! It’s got sex and violence so I suggest it for more mature readers.

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