Sunday, 2 January 2011

Paranormal Fun: A Review of Jump

My  review of the short ebook Jump by Jen Wylie:


Jump by Jen Wylie is a witty, even slightly satirical, paranormal short story, with a charming spunky heroine. It starts with our heroine in peril after being kidnapped and having her life threatened. And things go from bad to strange when nefarious supernatural forces and other more beneficial (and fetching) assistance enters the picture.

Jump was a delight to read; my only complaint is that it ended too soon. It has a clear concise voice and a charming sense of humour, with decent tension and suspense, plus a slender hint of romance at the conclusion. It is a lovely taste of what this author has to offer readers.

Moreover you just have to like a story that clearly demonstrates the fallacy of wearing high heels to escape pursuing villains.

The author's website:  http://www.jenniferwylie.ca/

Jump is available at:    http://www.omnilit.com/product-jump-493574-234.html

and at Amazon:

2 comments:

Joylene Butler said...

You've definitely got me curious. At first I remembered an old book a school friend wrote about her years as an Olympic jumper. Great review, Anita.

Sheila Deeth said...

Sounds interesting, and short's just what I'm looking for just now.

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