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With revenge on his mind, he summons the powerful djinni, Bartimaeus. It sparked discussion on themes of identity, society, class, politics, power and different versions of reality in a unique way. The magical world that Shusterman creates is melancholic and alive, introducing a new set of rules for the fantasy genre while presenting a seemingly untold take on the afterlife. On her eighteenth birthday, Hayden inherits her childhood home—on the condition that she uncover its dark secrets. Unfortunately, Riley, June, and Dayton have no recollection of their murders, but they do have unfinished business to attend to. Yet 5 years later it seems that there is more to it and something is still going on as Monica, the sister of the last cheerleader killed, unravels secrets and suspicious activity.
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Supernatural just began its 11th season, and its fans are notoriously dedicated and enthusiastic. The Defenders have scattered and their only hope is Damin Wolfblade and his Hythrun army. Aching with grief and dreaming of vanished girls. Vampire by birth, Nadiya hires sanguivoriphobic PI Keith Ward to locate her brother, throwing them in the midst of a blood cult, where old wounds are opened by past abuse they thought they escaped. The lengthy author's note at the end goes into some detail about the parallels he draws with British geography and the times that preclude the Wars of the Roses. Ellie heads up her high school yearbook, and until the tornadoes come, her biggest worry is how to raise enough money to print them.
One of the more unique tales. But Anouk can never have those things, because she is not really human. Theses books feature a bit of horror, a lot of humor, and all things supernatural, and a fan of the show is sure to find a great book on this list. While Miyazaki's film and Jones' novel follow the same premise, they differ greatly in plot and characterization, making them almost two entirely different stories. Where kids whisper the legend of an insidious monster at parties and around campfires.
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