Boreal and John Grey (Season One)

Boreal and John Grey (Season One)

by Chrystalla Thoma

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BN ID: 2940148292166
Publisher: Chrystalla Thoma
Publication date: 07/03/2013
Series: Boreal and John Grey
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

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Boreal and John Grey (Season One) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Now this was a book i just could not put down. The characters were well developed, and I loved Finn and Ella. The story was so entertaining, I had a hard time putting it down (i already said that). I totally want a sequel. This author will now go down as a favorite.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Stats: 900 nook pages divided into 5 previously sold seperately "episodes". Urban fantasy romance. Some cussing and sex. A female investigator partners with an elf to fight monsters from another world. Well worth the few bucks I paid for the ebook. Hopefully I won't have to wait long for more books in this series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good. Unique stiry. Will buy more.
wazi More than 1 year ago
Boreal and John Grey Season 1 by Chrystalla Thoma This is actually a set of five novellas that make up the complete first season of the series “Boreal and John Grey" (The Encounter, The Gate, The Dragon, The Dream and The Truth). I was totally drawn into this urban fantasy; Ella Benson is an agent of a secret paranormal investigation team trying to keep her world safe from increasingly dangerous creatures that are slipping into her dimension from another realm. The story is told mainly through Ella so we get to know her character extremely well, as she tries to figure out what exactly is happening, why, and how to stop it. Woven with Old Norse mythology Ms. Thoma has created her own unique world full of oracles, dwarves, elves, goblins, dragons, wolves that are not your typical wolf, huge fly snakes and other fantastical creatures.    It wasn’t hard to slip into this contemporary setting and become invested in the lives of all the characters in this story as they try to puzzle through the mystery of John Grey and the portals as the clues unfolded in a realistic way. The action is fast, furious, and intriguing. The characters are intelligent and strong but flawed with insecurities that are dealt with in a heartwarmingly realistic manner as all of the players stayed true to their own individual selves.  There were a few proofing misses, but not enough to really comment on except perhaps the words “Curioser and curioser”, I believe the words “Curiouser and curiouser” were meant to be used, that was a little jarring. I should also mention you will find profanity and adult sexual situations in this book but I don’t believe there were gratuitous. I thoroughly enjoyed this series and if you like urban fantasy or paranormal romance, I think you will also enjoy this. I look forward to following this series and checking out some of Chrystalla Thomas’ other books. **Originally written for “Awesome Trilogies and Series” review page. May have received a free review copy. **  July 15, 2013