Review: Jenny Plague-Bringer by J.L. Bryan

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Title: Jenny Plague-Bringer (The Paranormals #4)

Author: J.L. Bryan

Release Date: October 13th 2012

Published by:

Read: December 9th 2012

Pages: 403-eBook-owned


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


The fourth book in The Paranormals series, following Jenny Pox, Tommy Nightmare, and Alexander Death.

Jenny has survived in seclusion for the past year, but her peace is about to be shattered by two new paranormals, each of them with unknown intentions, both of them searching for Jenny and Seth.

The nightmares of Jenny’s most recent past life in the 1930’s erupt into the present, and she will face enemies old and new. Jenny is more vulnerable than ever, because she can’t use her pox without risking the small life now growing inside her.

Jenny’s entire life has led up to the challenge she must now face, one that will endanger her life, her unborn child, and her own soul.

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Not recommended for readers under eighteen.

What I thought:

Ok, if you haven’t read the first three in this series go and read them before you read my review. I try to be spoiler free but this far into a series it’s impossible not to talk about something because it’s happened in the books already!

This book is divided into parts. One is the present, where the two new paranormals (Mariella and Ward) appear and interact with Seth and Jenny. The other is flashbacks of their most recent past lives, which they start to remember as the story goes on. How they were all together and how everything ended is very important especially since it seems like things are trying to repeat again.

I really liked that there were more characters with powers added since the last book, Mariella was interesting and Ward was the new evil force, but they both had awesome powers too. Jenny still has to be careful not to touch anyone, but now she has the added bonus of being pregnant, and her past lives where this happened never turned out happily. The ending resolved so many things, even though some characters didn’t live, but I felt happy how things turned out even though it’s over now.

If you loved all the characters and violence of the rest of the series you’ll love this book, and of course the action and fighting and destruction is at it’s best! This was probably the best of the series, and I highly recommend it for paranormal fans who want to read something more mature. I really enjoyed reading this series, and a big thank you to the author for sending me a copy of this one!

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