Book Review: The Page Turners by Kevin T. Johns

Title: The Page Turners – Blood

Author: Kevin T. Johns

Genre: Young Adult / Paranormal Horror/ Fantasy

I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Synopsis:

Violent Bullies. Broken Homes. Black Magic. KILLER fiction.
From author Kevin T. Johns comes the novel critics are describing as “a crimson-stained love letter to genre fiction” and the first book in a “must read” series.
Nate Bourdain and his friends are thrilled to discover an ancient book of magic spells hidden in their school library–they now have the means to stand up to the villains who make high-school life such a battle. But, when the book’s dark magic releases a fictional killer into the real world, the teens must prove they have what it takes to be heroes, or fall as bloody victims in their own horror story turned real.

The Page Turners: Blood is the first book in the Page Turners trilogy: a genre-spanning series sure to please young adult fans of paranormal horror, science-fiction, and fantasy.

Review:

I was a bit reluctant to read this book in the beginning as I have never read any paranormal horror story before but I accepted the review request because I wanted to try a new genre.

Kevin T. Johns has done a brilliant job of creating a real page turner with his debut book. The story is full of surprising twists and it grabs hold of its reader from the beginning.

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. The story is so engrossing that you get lost in the story and you feel like you’re actually there with the characters trying to fix everything as a high school student.

The story is creative, imaginative and gripping with the right amount of gore and blood. I would recommend picking up a copy if you are a fan of fantasy genre.

Ratings:

3

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