Thursday, January 19, 2012

Supernaturally by Kiersten White (Paranormalcy book 2)

SPOILER ALERT! If you haven’t read the first book in the series, Paranormalcy, Stop! I don’t want to ruin the series for you.

Evie finally has the normal life she always craved while she lived at the International Paranormal Containment Agency (IPCA). She is attending high school where she even has a locker and spending time with her boyfriend Lend. Unfortunately, normal isn’t always what it is cracked up to be. Lend is busy attending classes at Georgetown and high school is nothing like Evie’s favorite TV series, Easton Heights. So when Raquel offers Evie the opportunity to work part-time at IPCA on her terms, she eventually agrees.

New to IPCA is Jack, a guy around Evie’s age who is capable of traveling the faerie paths without relying on a fey. His job is to take Evie the places she is needed but usually pops up at the most inappropriate places and times, like the girls’ locker room, especially since her gym teacher hates her. Evie quickly realizes that part-time work isn’t simple and each new mission becomes a catastrophe. Lend isn’t happy to find out about Evie’s reemployment but after several brushes with disaster, he helps comfort her.

Soon Evie begins to notice an increasing presence by previously unknown paranormals, especially faery sightings around the diner. Also several air and water elementals, including Lend’s mother Cresseda, have disappeared. When her former boyfriend Reth comes to visit, he drops hints about how the mortal world is not safe for Evie and offers top protect her back at the faery court. She refuses.

Determined to lead as normal a life as she can, Evie focuses on spending time with Lend and applying to Georgetown. But life is far from normal. Who and what is Jack and what are his true motives? What is happening to the elementals? Why is Evie suddenly noticing paranormals watching her? What did Reth mean by his warning to Evie? And does Evie get her dream to be accepted to Georgetown?

Evie’s story and the Paranormalcy trilogy will conclude with Endlessly on July 24, 2012.

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