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I really enjoyed paranormalcy, it is one of my favorite books. While i was perfectly fine with it being stand alone i want to continue reading her story.
So is this book worth it or will it ruin paranormalcy for me? Tess i disagree with that.
See 1 question about Supernaturally…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Jun 26, Miranda Reads rated it really liked it. What a breath of fresh air! With so many end-all-be-all dystopian apacolypse YA books out there, it's a relief to finally find one that breaks the mold.
She's finally managed to escape th What a breath of fresh air! She's finally managed to escape the clutches of the International Paranormal Containment Agency - aka IPCA aka her old job - and is experiencing a "normal" life But just when things settle down aka they get boring , life throws her a curve ball.
IPCA wants needs her back , the supernaturals are acting suspicious, the fairies are downright murderous and she just can't seem to stop lying to Lend. She feels terrible - especially about Lend - but how exactly do you break the news that your boyfriend is immortal?
I'd tell him, though.
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Just when she thinks she has a handle on everything Will she ever obtain the normal life she's always longed for? And if she gets it, would she even want it? I adore this series. Evie is such a hilarious and vivacious character. She brings this series alive - I love her from her pink-and-sparkly taser "Tasey" to her butt-kicking attitude: Bringer of death, sucker of blood, needer of tans, so on and so forth. And oddly enough, I'm still unimpressed. I really enjoyed the give-and-take between Evie and Lend from the first book.
And in this one, he was still a great guy but his personality fizzled into blandness. I really liked the direction White is taking this novel.
The inclusion of Jack and all the other cool details i. I absolutely cannot wait for the next one. Faeries and vampires were glittery now?
Audiobook Comments The audio delivered. Emily Eiden had the perfect timing and delivery for all of Evie's one-liners - she really took this book to the next level. Loved it! Blog Instagram Twitter View all 9 comments. Oct 17, Lyndsey rated it liked it Shelves: This time she has all-but-disappeared from the radar of her former employer, the IPCA International Paranormal Containment Agency , and is now living a semi-normal existence and attending a regular high school.
Or so she thought. When unusual activity with paranormals starts cropping up all over the place, they need her to help solve the mystery. She is assigned a new and mysterious escort named Jack who begins to cause all sorts of problems for Evie, even though she already has enough problems of her own, including the relationship with her paranormal boyfriend, Lend.
What sorts of surprises does Jack have in store for Evie? But, um. But too much vanilla can overpower the rest of the 23 flavors and leave a bitter aftertaste. So this book, instead of being "bag and tag", was more like "nag and tag". I thought Lend was charming and snarky in the first book. Here, all he does is nag nag, nag. With good reason?
But still. It's no fun to read about someone being tirelessly berated. He was intriguing in Paranormalcy, but in Supernaturally, I just didn't see the appeal. That was an actual line in the book, Supernaturally, by Evie about Lend. Really, Evie? You just went there. Where's my Evie? Where is the girl who would have Tasey'd the crap out of this new douchbag Jack?!
Where's the girl who would have kicked a troll-kid-killer in the face with her pink leopard print boots? Or I'm assuming, since I never had the pleasure of reading or watching it for myself. Things this book may have in common with Sweet Valley High: Annoying blonde guy. Group sports! Jealous boys!!
Long distance relationship angst!!! Characters who can literally suck the soul right out of you. Wait - that doesn't sound right No, actually, I think it still fits I think that one of the things I enjoyed so much about Paranormalcy was that it was almost a sort of dystopia with Evie herself being contained at the Center and that mysterious air about the facility and it's goings-ons. I also loved the Whedonesque banter between Evie and her IPCA victims, but that was, sadly, less prevalent in this sequel.
Well, I still love Evie's adventures and will read the next one. I just probably won't be quite as fangirly.
Don't get me wrong either: The part of this book that I enjoyed the most was near the end when we learn more about the realm of Faerie and the faerie doors Look at me, all nostalgic-y.
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Nov 10, Sandy rated it it was amazing Shelves: Oh, bleep! It was SO.
Let me just say I was torn between reading at a crazy, feverish, I-am-consumed-by-this-book pace and slowing down to savor each delicious word and laugh-out-loud line.
As I ended up reading Supernaturally in 3. Kiersten White, you are the word maestro. You really upped the hilarity quotient in this sequel with your clever turns of phrase and laugh-out-loud lines sprinkled on every page. You know that part where Lend gives Evie a gift which she loves and Evie says, "Well, you've set a ridiculously high standard for yourself.
Should have started out with something tacky.
That's how I felt after Paranormalcy. You'd set the bar so high for yourself no short jokes intended. Could you do it again? Evie's finally gotten the "normal" life she's always longed for: But Evie's finding that normal is So when Raquel and IPCA come calling, swearing they've kind of changed their ways, Evie's drawn back in by the lure of the excitement of her former life and helping out Raquel. The best part for Evie: Oh, Jack. With your cocky attitude, all-kinds-of-funny wit, and dimpled audacity, you had me laughing from hello.
Jack, thy name is Cheeky. I just had to throw that little ode in to one of my favorite new characters of I don't know if Jack has a real-life inspiration, but if he does, heaven help that boy's poor mother. Kiersten White knows her stuff. She seems well aware of YA tropes and avoids them at every turn with her refreshing characters, unexpected plot points, and authentic relationships.
Kiersten seems to know we're tired of love triangles. And clingy, over-dependent heroines. And cliffhangers. There is no the-building's-burning-and-we-don't-know-who-gets-out-alive for our Supernaturally ending. Each moment where I thought the story could descend into predictability, Kiersten White took it in another direction of total awesomeness.
And Evie. I heart Evie. There are YA heroines I respect. Others with which I sympathize. Some I relate to. But Evie, she's in the very tiny category of YA heroines I'd want to be friends with. She's sassy and clever and witty and relatable and sparkly. She's tough yet vulnerable. And she likes pink. Kiersten draws these characters with such a vivid hand. The pacing? It was unputdownable. And unforgettable. I've read it three times now because it was that good.
There was an "oh my gosh, what's going to happen next" read, an "I am so savoring this" read, and a "good parts--wait that's all the book" read. I am an unabashed fangirl at this point. Fans of Paranormalcy, start counting down to July That cover is all kinds of gorgeous. And Kiersten, I was waiting to see where you'd fit in the usage of "cleavagization" and now I know. View all 27 comments. Mar 08, Flannery rated it liked it Recommends it for: People Who've Already Read Paranormalcy.
Part Un was my Paranormalcy review In this second installment of the Paranormalcy series, Kiersten White picks back up with Evie and the gang after the gaggle of events that occurred at the end of book one. Look at the cover. She is living the dream—er, well her dream, to attend a real high school while her boyfriend is away at college. But things are not fine and dandy in the paranormal world are they ever? Alright, so it makes perfect sense to have a girl in a red dress prancing in some poppies or daisies , right?
I mean, right? The plot of this edition is just as fun and full of interesting events as the last one, but I felt like it was not as successfully sewn up. So many storylines and characters are added in and I do not feel like I got to spend enough time with any of them.
Frustration City, population ME. He is the flipping boy in the new cover. Um, not really. I keep thinking to myself that I might not be the target audience for this book but the thing is—I kind of am.
I read buttloads of YA books. Kiersten White impressed me with her sense of humor, fun storyline, and consistent writing in Paranormalcy. She still entertained me in this one but just not to the same extent. I will definitely continue to read this series. Several new storylines and characters are introduced in this one and the anticipation builds throughout the narrative.
I am really excited to see where the plot threads that felt irrelevant to THIS book will lead in the NEXT book—because obviously that is why they are there. View all 18 comments. Apr 11, Cait rated it really liked it Shelves: You ever read a first book that you just loved and had everything you were looking for: Well, for me, that was Paranormalcy, the first book in this series.
I just loved it. Evie was smart, badass, had a funny voice, and really good character depth. I total You ever read a first book that you just loved and had everything you were looking for: I totally devoured that book and have re-read it quite a few times; I just wanted to be sucked back into her world that White created so well.
After I finished that book I was really excited to read Supernaturally, and waited with baited breath for its release. And you can believe I bought this sucker the second it was on the shelves. Well, what did I think after such high expectations? I'm going to use another rhetorical question to describe my feelings here: You ever read the next book of a series and feel like something you thought was indelible is now gone? It was like that for me while reading Paranormalcy. The best way I can explain it is that there was some sort of spark the first book had that was missing here, and I just couldn't connect to Evie, Lend, or really the book as whole as well as I did the first time.
Part of the problem for me, which I thought I'd never say, was Lend. He wasn't in this book nearly as often, and even when he was all he was doing was nagging Evie and not letting her make her own choices although Evie did tell him off about that when he tried to bring it up, but nonetheless or his being there was further clouded by Evie worrying about telling him that he was immortal.
I seriously just wanted to grab her shoulders and shake her! Just freaking tell the man already! He deserves to know something so personal about his own life, dammit!
Oh, and did anyone else find that his solution to the problem that he lives forever and Evie could die before she turns 30 was kind of stupid?
It wasn't really even a solution. It was just some blanket statement that solved nothing; which wasn't something I expected Lend to come up with, but it seems some of his sense has flown out the window. I mean, how does saying "I'm just going to live my life" solve anything! You're going to live forever, Lend! I'm sorry, but that just sounds like a pussy answer; you can't just put in on the back-burner! Then he never really said anything funny or witty, he just ran around worrying about Evie the whole bleeping time, and that was not cool with me.
And I'm even more shocked to say that some of the reason that the spark was gone was because of Evie. For one, she was so dependent on Lend that she seemed to stop thinking or having many coherent ideas of her own. She even says herself towards the end that she wasn't thinking view spoiler [ when she realizes that she could have tried other colleges close to Georgetown in order to be close to Lend only after ignoring 4 other people telling her to do that the whole book!
In the last book, if Evie was in trouble or had a big problem to solve, she figured it out and was smart about it. In Supernaturally, however, she seemed to turn into a bit of a Bella Swan and think that the dangerous, stupid, things were the best way to go, like follow Jack- who she doesn't really even know- and leave Lend. And she was so scared of sharing anything with Lend because he'd be mad at her.
That's not the Evie I knew at all. She makes her own choice for what she feels like is best, and if someone doesn't like that well, screw them. I feel like she lost some of that spunk that I've always admired about her character. I thought that Jack was a nice addition to the story, but not necessarily needed, per-say.
I think White could have just stuck with faeries and could have been fine. I think that there were flashes where I could see Jack becoming a good main character, but it just never stayed there and I didn't connect with him. His appearances were a bit too random for me, and I felt like I knew he was seriously screwed up and beyond saving way before Evie even considered he might not be the best person to hang out. In short: Reth is scary, cunning, devious, and still manages that whole debonair tsk tsk personality without seeming tacky.
And Jack was, well, tacky. Now, I did rate this book four stars, so I still did like it and White's writing was fine, Evie still had her moments, and there was a nice suspense and plot. I will read the last book in the series; maybe with not nearly as much fan-girl action as I had before, but hopefully this is just a common case of MBS middle book syndrome and it will go back to the series I adored with her last installment.
View all 5 comments. Dec 19, imts rated it it was ok Shelves: Actual rating: Technically, it wasn't even a plot twist for me because I was just waiting for the author to 'reveal' that fact. I'm still wondering what I saw in book one to make me give it four stars. I mean, Evie having a taser called - get this - Tasey is now getting on my nerve Actual rating: I mean, Evie having a taser called - get this - Tasey is now getting on my nerves; I thought a badass main character who still liked hot pink and sparkly dresses was cool, but now it just seems overdone; Raquel's various types of sighs used to be funny, but now they aren't.
Lend was still cool, though, and Reth was View all 3 comments. Jul 15, Jillian -always aspiring- rated it liked it Recommends it for: Readers who are willing to follow Evie on any adventure of hers. With some trepidation do I start this review of Supernaturally , sequel to 's Paranormalcy.
Now, I liked Paranormalcy well enough because of its heroine, Evie, and the story's tendency to poke fun at the paranormal craze. Whatever flaws the story had, the novel had charm in a world of YA books gone shallow and insipid, unrelatable and inane, and I was hopeful to read the next installment even if I thought that Evie's story could have stayed open-ended with readers imagining what her future mi With some trepidation do I start this review of Supernaturally , sequel to 's Paranormalcy.
Whatever flaws the story had, the novel had charm in a world of YA books gone shallow and insipid, unrelatable and inane, and I was hopeful to read the next installment even if I thought that Evie's story could have stayed open-ended with readers imagining what her future might hold after she has gained some semblance of normalcy. In truth I think it might have been better to leave the story open-ended since Supernaturally doesn't have quite the same amount of charm that its predecessor had.
Supernaturally suffers from the "sequel slump," a common occurrence among many, many trilogies to be found in the young adult section.
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Most YA novels that expand into trilogies quite honestly could have stayed standalone novels, but nowadays the bigger publishers bank on trilogies instead of standalone novels. And that's fine. However, when you have a debut author who has likely only written a handful of novel drafts if that prior to a publishing deal, you have to take into consideration whether or not the author has the experience to undertake a trilogy.
Will the author be able to handle an overarching plot that hangs as an umbrella over all three novels and then the individual novel plot problems and predicaments? Will the author potentially be able to make the novels tied up plot-wise on their own so that any reader can feel satisfied by finishing one novel without needing to read the rest? Yes, that can be a pro and a con, but then you have the other end of the spectrum: Now, which would readers rather have: I would guess the former before the latter.
Kiersten White falls somewhere in the middle: So what is Supernaturally? It's a novel caught in that place where no novel wants to be: Supernaturally begins with Evie where she has always dreamed of being: Sure, her boyfriend Lend may be away at college, and she may still have more questions than answers about her supernatural heritage Of course, this is Evie , so things are never quite so normal as she may think.
After a series of strange occurrences, Evie finds herself working for IPCA again, but her jobs aren't solo anymore: While Supernaturally did offer some smiles and just good-natured fun to me, it really didn't have oomph.
I kept a hand on my stomach for appearances. Lying on the ground was a much nicer position when voluntarily assumed. I watched a tiny wisp of a cloud stream across the sky. I frowned. It was a weird cloud. All by its lonesome in the otherwise blank sky, and there was something else about it.
Was that a flash of lightning? Things really were boring if I was looking for excitement in clouds. I spent my next class calculating the exact number of minutes left until the weekend, when I could see Lend.
The answer was far too many, but figuring it out was more interesting than, say, paying attention to my English teacher's lecture on gender roles in Dracula-and don't even get me started on that book. An accurate researcher Bram Stoker was not. My head was drifting toward an inevitable collision course with the desk when the door banged open and an office aide came in with a note.
I'd never been pulled from school before. Maybe Arianna wanted to hang out. She was weird and moody enough to pull something like this. Then again, not so much.
She wouldn't come out during a day this bright, what with the whole being-a-vampire thing.
My stomach dropped. What if something was wrong? What if Lend had an accident on campus, got knocked unconscious, and turned invisible? What if the government took him and he was being entombed in some IPCA facility? Trying my hardest not to run, I followed the aide, a short woman with shockingly unnatural blond hair. Or at least it would, if I had an aunt.
I ran through the list of women, all paranormals, who could pass for a relative. It wasn't a long list, and I couldn't think why a single one of them would be here. I burst into the office. A woman with sensible read: ugly shoes and black hair pulled into a severe bun was standing with her back toward me. It couldn't be. Raquel turned around and smiled. My heart jumped into my throat.
On the one hand, it was Raquel, and she was the closest thing I'd ever had to a mom. On the other hand, it was Raquel, and she was one of the head honchos of IPCA, the organization that thought I was dead. Here, all he does is nag nag, nag. With good reason? But still. It's no fun to read about someone being tirelessly berated.
He was intriguing in Paranormalcy, but in Supernaturally, I just didn't see the appeal. That was an actual line in the book, Supernaturally, by Evie about Lend. Really, Evie? You just went there. Where's my Evie?
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Where is the girl who would have Tasey'd the crap out of this new douchbag Jack?! Where's the girl who would have kicked a troll-kid-killer in the face with her pink leopard print boots?I braced for impact.
Vivian , Raquel , Arianna , Evie , Reth I felt like nothing really happened. One day a boy made of some kind of fluid material who can take on the appearance of anyone else breaks into the center. Hear me out though, ok? I thought Lend was charming and snarky in the first book.
Characters who can literally suck the soul right out of you. And Reth is She visits Lend's high school, and he even asks her to go to his prom with him. Here I was, standing like an idiot on a muddy field, while Lend was away at college.
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