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Kiersten White

Autor/a de Paranormalcy

36+ obres 12,862 Membres 721 Ressenyes 7 preferits

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Kiersten White is an author of fantasy books including And I Darken, Now I Rise, the Paranormalcy trilogy, Mind Games, Perfect Lies, The Chaos of Stars, and Illusions of Fate. She also co-wrote In the Shadows with Jim Di Bartolo. (Bowker Author Biography)

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Obres de Kiersten White

Paranormalcy (2010) 2,171 exemplars
And I Darken (2016) 1,817 exemplars
The Guinevere Deception (2019) 890 exemplars
Supernaturally (2011) 847 exemplars
Now I Rise (2017) 821 exemplars
Hide (2022) 642 exemplars
Slayer (2019) 583 exemplars
Mind Games (2013) 579 exemplars
Endlessly (2012) 570 exemplars
Bright We Burn (2018) 526 exemplars
The Chaos of Stars (2013) 522 exemplars
Mister Magic (2023) 324 exemplars
Illusions of Fate (2012) 294 exemplars
The Camelot Betrayal (2020) 258 exemplars
Perfect Lies (2020) 218 exemplars
Chosen (2020) 203 exemplars
Star Wars Padawan (2022) 152 exemplars
In the Shadows (2014) 147 exemplars
The Excalibur Curse (2021) 146 exemplars
Wretched Waterpark (2022) 76 exemplars
Vampiric Vacation (2022) 33 exemplars
Annie and Fia (2013) 31 exemplars
Sister Assassin (2013) 29 exemplars
Camp Creepy (2023) 23 exemplars
Menacing Manor (2023) 18 exemplars
Pitch Dark: Dark Days Sampler (2011) 17 exemplars
ReMade: The Complete Season 1 (2017) — Autor — 12 exemplars
Haunted Holiday (2024) 9 exemplars
Amazement Park (2023) 4 exemplars
Chaos of Starts 1 exemplars
Welcome to Christmas, CA [short work] — Autor — 1 exemplars
Eyes of the Empire 1 exemplars

Obres associades

My True Love Gave to Me (2014) — Col·laborador — 948 exemplars
Dear Bully: Seventy Authors Tell Their Stories (2011) — Col·laborador — 325 exemplars
Corsets and Clockwork: 13 Steampunk Romances (2011) — Col·laborador — 298 exemplars
Who Done It? (2013) — Col·laborador — 135 exemplars
That Way Madness Lies (2021) — Col·laborador — 114 exemplars


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The plot is a bit muddled for the single-digit crowd and some of the narrative stretches push the envelope even for children's lit...and those dangling threads at the end don't entice so much as annoy. But if "pre-teen gothic" were a genre then I suppose this dark little romp in an Addams Family vein would be an adequate example.
NurseBob | Hi ha 5 ressenyes més | Jun 11, 2024 |
Thank you NetGalley and Del Rey for sending this book for review consideration. All opinions are my own.

5 stars…I loved this book from start to finish.
Mister Magic was a beloved children’s show featuring six friends who played together and learned life lessons from the titular character, a magical man with a cape and top hat. Thirty years after the show came to a sudden end and the internet has speculated about the mysterious lack of evidence that it even existed, the friends come together again for a reunion podcast. They all want to know more about why the show ended, why there are gaps in memories, and why it all seemed too incredible to be real.

I was intrigued by the premise of this book, because it reminded me of a “creepy pasta” I read once about an internet forum discussing an old kid’s show they all watched. As the story progresses, they slowly realize that there was something very wrong about the show. So I was hoping for something similar but fleshed out more, and I can confirm that Mister Magic met and exceeded my expectations. This is definitely a creepy story, and there’s a particular scene that made my skin crawl, but I won’t spoil it here. It’s also a story about how even from childhood, we’re taught to smooth our edges in order to make other people comfortable. And so often it’s because of contrived rules made in the name of a higher power. There are thoughts you shouldn’t think and things you shouldn’t do if you want to have worth. White uses the idea of a children’s show cast reunion to give a glimpse of the affects that can have on us as adults too while keeping the story fast-paced and interesting.
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jellybeanette | Hi ha 16 ressenyes més | May 26, 2024 |
I didn't know this was inspired by the mythology of the Minotaur until partly into the story, but I was excited when I realized it. I love a mythological or Fairytale retelling, or a story that uses folklore heavily for inspiration. Hide did that without making the outcomes obvious. White did a good job of combining the ancient myth with commentary on today's society, while still keeping me on the edge of my seat.
jellybeanette | Hi ha 27 ressenyes més | May 26, 2024 |
LLonaVahine | Hi ha 34 ressenyes més | May 22, 2024 |



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