Friday, November 4, 2011

Review: Pyxis by KC Neal

Two worlds... one 16-year-old girl must learn to protect them both.

The nightmares haunting Corinne and her friend Mason hint at a universe that exists beyond the one they know. Her destiny is to protect a weakness between the two worlds, but her mentor is dead. As Corinne and Mason search for answers, she tries to ignore the sparks igniting between them, but can't deny she feels safe only when he's nearby. Will they find help before their nightmares break free? 


Loved it!
KC Neal's Pyxis is different than what I expected.  I was looking for just another paranormal novel, but no, she starts off on a whole different journey.  One I wasn't expecting but definitely enjoyed!  First off, she uses teen language properly. And we all know what a big deal that is to me.  Corrine acted like a teen and her friends matched her personality well.
This is a mystery just as much as it is paranormal.  The plot is extremely well-developed, her details well contrived.   KC proves to us she deserves our attention and that this series will be one to watch.   You can tell how much time she has invested into these characters.  Her descriptions are well put and make the story clear and understandable.  She really sets the stage for the series with this novel.  This is a cliffhanger, get ready to be pounding on KC's door for book two, I know I will be!
You can buy it here

1 comments:

K.C. Neal said...

Thanks so much for the write up and all of your support, Brina! <3

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