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BOOK REVIEW: KITTY RAISES HELL
BY CARRIE VAUGHN

We hope you enjoy this book review by Susan Malone.





This is the first time I have ever read a paranormal type book. Overall, the book was great. I had a hard time putting the book down. Something that makes me want to pick up a book and read just one more chapter to me qualifies as a winner. That being said, it did take some time to get used to vampires and werewolves. I kept forgetting these were not everyday people.

Kitty Norville is the main character. She is part human and part werewolf. She is married to Ben, who by circumstances, just happens to be a werewolf as well. Kitty is the alpha of her wolf pack. There is an unknown entity that seems to be after her specifically, but will attack the other members of her pack to get to her if necessary. What is this thing? She has ideas, but no one can figure out exactly what it is or how to stop it. She meets up with a group that investigates paranormal activities and hopes to gain some insight from them. Not only is she friends with Rick, a vampire, but out of nowhere comes another vampire who says he can stop this thing for a price. Is he a friend or foe? And how does one stop what they donít know about?

My favorite character is Kitty. She wants to keep her friends and family safe from this unknown being. She will take whatever means necessary to protect those she care about, even offering herself to this being, if it will leave her friends and family alone. My favorite part of the book was when she snuck over to her sisterís house as well as her momís house to paint a goo made from blood and dust all around their house to protect them from this entity. Apparantly this blood goo had quite a stink to it. Her sister caught her and had something to say about it, but her mother did not know. I can only imagine what that looked like sneaking over to her motherís house and putting this goo subs tance all around the house to keep her family safe.

This was a very entertaining read, provided one can suspend their beliefs in a not-so-normal setting. I would love to read more of the Kitty Norville books, to see how her character develops. Carrie Vaughn is one author I had never heard of before, but I will seek out her books and read more about the world Kitty and Ben live in.

REVIEWED BY SUSAN MALONE

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