The Paranormals #1
Jenny has a secret. Her touch spreads a supernatural plague.
Bookish Brunette tweeted about the Jenny Pox box! And I jumped the gun and grabbed a copy! Amazon has it for free right now for a kindle! And while I absolutely hate kindles, I downloaded the app for my phone and read the book asap! (and my experience with the app makes me very glad I do not have a kindle because my goodness what an awful program it is!)
I read this book in less than ten hours. Work was extremely boring and as I had the book on my phone I was able to have it out on my desk. Which is very bad, but oh it was soo good to read! Now I am just not sure what to say about this book.
The religion aspect of the book came as a shock. I never would have expect that from the synopsis. It reminded me very much of the Left Behind Series by Tim LaHaye, Jerry B. Jenkins. It's been years since I've read that series, but it reminded me greatly of it, only a million times better because JL Bryan wrote against it, against Christian believes. If that makes sense.
Jenny, Seth and her Dad were very interesting characters. And I am gonna leave my review at that. Fabulous book will work on getting an actual copy and read again!