Category Archives: Paranormal

Novels dealing with the paranormal or supernatural include themes such as good and evil, relationships and conflict along with creatures such as werewolves, vampires or ghosts. It’s the type of fiction where occurrences cannot be logically explained, such as telekinesis or extrasensory perception.

Vampire Academy #1 by Richelle Mead

It has been nine years since the first time I had read Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead and thirteen years since the first book had been published. I will let that sink in. Thirteen. Also, some of you probably have never read or even heard of it and I feel sorry for you because you are missing out on a great thing.

What is it about? The story follows Rose Hathaway and Lissa Dragomir, students at St. Vladimir’s Academy. Lissa is a last in surviving member of the royal vampire family Dragomir and Rose is her guardian. We meet duo first time when they are being dragged back to the school after running away two years before because Lissa believed she was in danger. Other than facing their teachers and schoolmates, they have a bigger enemy to think about – bad vampires and Lissa’s strange behavior.

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Rules for vanishing – Kate Alice Marshall

Kate Alice Marshall started writing before she could hold a pen properly, and never stopped. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with a chaotic menagerie of pets and family members, and ventures out in the summer to kayak and camp along Puget Sound. I Am Still Alive was her YA debut, followed by Rules for Vanishing

Rules for vanishing – Kate Alice Marshall
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