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    (EBOOK/EPUB) [Spirit Storm (Spirit Guide, #2)] Free read º eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB î E.J. Stevens GENRE YA Paranormal RomanceTHEME Ghost Werewolves and MagicRECEIVED Copy from AuthorBLOG second in the Spirit Guide series Spirit Storm just stole my heart with the storyline I enjoyed this one better than She Smells the Dead because the plot in this one was fantastic and I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough

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    E.J. Stevens î 7 review Free read º eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB î E.J. Stevens (EBOOK/EPUB) [Spirit Storm (Spirit Guide, #2)] I enjoyed this second book in EJ's series I just really enjoy the characterseveryone has such a different personality I could read about these characters for a long time and hopefully EJ keeps writing about them as they grow together with all their gifts I also enjoyed all the explanations about Samhain and the traditions I really did not know a whole lot behind Halloween and what it meantnow I do I'd like to see one of

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    characters Spirit Storm (Spirit Guide, #2) (EBOOK/EPUB) [Spirit Storm (Spirit Guide, #2)] Free read º eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB î E.J. Stevens Spirit Storm is the second instalment in the Spirit Guide book series by E J Stevens This Young Adult Paranormal series follows the adventures of protagonist Yuki and friends as they attempt to cope with a lot of supernatural happeningsSpirit Storm alike to it's predecessor She Smells the Dead is told from the first person perspective of Yu

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) [Spirit Storm (Spirit Guide, #2)] characters Spirit Storm (Spirit Guide, #2) 4½ Out of 5 StarsYuki is special she can smell the dead She is also running out of time Samhain is fast approaching – as is the storm of spirits it will bring with it Yuki needs to find a way to get through t

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) [Spirit Storm (Spirit Guide, #2)] Book Info Genre Urban FantasyReading Level Young AdultRecommended for Fans of YA fiction esp paranormal and urban fantasy those interested in ghosts and spiritsMy Thoughts In this second book in the Spirit Guide series after She Smells the Dead Yuki works to prepare herself for the spirit storm that will accompany Samhain To complicate matters someone appears to be hunting werewolvesOne of the things I like about this series is it

  6. says: characters Spirit Storm (Spirit Guide, #2) E.J. Stevens î 7 review (EBOOK/EPUB) [Spirit Storm (Spirit Guide, #2)]

    Free read º eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB î E.J. Stevens (EBOOK/EPUB) [Spirit Storm (Spirit Guide, #2)] Yuki is back in the eagerly awaited Spirit Guide series With great friends surrounding and supporting her Yuki still has to deal with snide putdowns from some snooty highschool classmates but she manages stay true to her own uniue self even under duress I enjoyed her attire choices in the first book and once again found myself grinning and mentally picturing her get ups in this book Her clothing accessories while odd make perfect sense onc

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    Free read º eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB î E.J. Stevens E.J. Stevens î 7 review characters Spirit Storm (Spirit Guide, #2) Rating 45 out of 5It looks like my newfound love of paranormal romance will continue and I can pretty much blame it on one of my new favorite authors EJ StevensA couple months ago when I read She Smells the Dead the first book in her series I wrote that the innocent and almost ideal aspects of the relationships between the characters appealed to me the most It reminded me of my own youth – actually reminded me how lacking in si

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) [Spirit Storm (Spirit Guide, #2)] In the world of the paranormal the imagination reigns supreme Populated by mysterious supernatural beings and mortals possessing extraordinary powers Spirit Storm by EJ Stevens is an enchanting tale that transports the reader to an intriguing realm of spirits werewolves and murder This is the second installment of her fascinating S

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) [Spirit Storm (Spirit Guide, #2)] Spirit Storm is the second book in EJ Stevens’ Spirit Guide Series and it just keeps getting better Yuki Cal Emma and Simon are back with their weird mixture of gifts and problems When the book opens it’s October 30 in Salem Massachusetts and Yuki is getting ready to break into an occult shop run by witches We go back to October 20th in M

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) [Spirit Storm (Spirit Guide, #2)] Well EJ Stevens has done it again Written a book which instantly hooks the reader and reels them in Again Yuki is a really intriguing character Cal is swoon worthy and the tempo of the book is very fast paced keeping the reader on the edge of their seat the entire time What is even better about this book than its predecessor is that the secondary characters Emma and Simon make such a profound impact upon us The

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Download ↠ Spirit Storm (Spirit Guide, #2) 107 E night of Halloween when the spirits of the dead roam free Yuki will need all the help. Yuki is back in the eagerly awaited Spirit Guide series With great friends surrounding and supporting her Yuki still has to deal with snide putdowns from some snooty highschool classmates but she manages stay true to her own uniue self even under duress I enjoyed her attire choices in the first book and once again found myself grinning and mentally picturing her get ups in this book Her clothing accessories while odd make perfect sense once she explainsThis is another feel good read that is masterfully told with witty often humorous dialogues and action scenes I do have some concerns about possible repercussions from what I consider to be a brilliantly executed though ill advised venture on the wrong side of the law and against a powerful sect but I am pretty sure my concerns will be addressed in the next installment of Spirit Guide adventures that should be released later this year Again this fabulous adventure should appeal not only to young adults but to anyone who likes characters with grit and charisma who strive always to overcome adversity characters that will touch your heart and gladden your soul

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Download ↠ Spirit Storm (Spirit Guide, #2) 107 She can get from her friends but will Calvin be there for her when she needs him the mos. Rating 45 out of 5It looks like my newfound love of paranormal romance will continue and I can pretty much blame it on one of my new favorite authors EJ StevensA couple months ago when I read She Smells the Dead the first book in her series I wrote that the innocent and almost ideal aspects of the relationships between the characters appealed to me the most It reminded me of my own youth actually reminded me how lacking in sincerity my own youth was and left me grinning by the endWell with Spirit Storm Stevens has raised the barin that category and just about everywhere elseWe start out where SStD leaves off Yuki our heroine who receives smell impressions from the dead is busy preparing herself in both mind and body for Samhain aka Halloween when spirits enter the world in overwhelming numbers and could potentially drive her crazy or worse She is assisted by her werewolf boyfriend Cal Simon Cal s werewolf mentor and Emma Yuki s best friendvegananimal rights activistall around spitfire It would be all well and good if all this group had to do was prepare for the horrors of that night But no fate intercedes with a tragedy a member of Cal s pack has been murdered by a werewolf hater and the ghost of the dead man now haunts Yuki urging her to help put his soul to rest And then another werewolf is kidnapped potentially by the same person The small group of four is put on the case future obstacles be damned Can t a girl get a break It s not like she doesn t have enough to deal withAdd to this to the stresses between Emma and Simon they really don t get along though the text makes you wonder if there might be a hidden attraction that slips between the cracks during their fights along with the pressure Cal is under now that it s been revealed to his hidden society that he is the alpha male and therefore leader of the pack by birthright and we have a recipe for potentially overwhelming these poor loveable young peopleLuckily they re up for the challengeThe plot of this book is really uite simple and straightforward As with SStD the dialogue is impeccable and the story flows as smooth as any you ve ever read There are no dull moments and even the dream seuences which in the first book seemed to come from left field a couple times which is appropriate actually seeing as that book served as an introduction and those dreams ways to extrapolate on the functionality of the mythology presented serve to heighten the tension this time around The characters are idealized versions of teenagers yet completely believable especially if you allow the language to take you on the magical ride it has to offer Also the author has curtailed her penchant for inserting Yuki s thoughts into the story Instead of being redundant this time around they re funny and poignant which is a great improvementPerhaps what Spirit Storm does best however is something mundane easily overlooked especially when dealing with teenage romance Stevens drives home the point that Yuki and Cal are soulmates throughout the story and yet there are subtler tones there as well that bode well for future conflict The author while at times idealizing their behavior doesn t allow that to make them caricatures of young love Instead she inserts a rather brilliant thread involving the dangers of being too close too young In this way she s telling us that although these two wonderful creatures belong together things don t always end up the way we think they should She s careful to let her audience know that these are still children that there will be other choices other paths other dangers presented to them as time goes on The risk comes from obsession from thinking a situation to be too good to be true She warns against holding on to this love even if it might hurt to let go because in life when things go bad the hurt and pain will do nothing but drag you into a deeper well of despair the full cost of which may actually be a loss of self or identityAs I said this point isn t preached about but it s there And this line of reasoning is pressed up against the surface themes of the work responsibility morality and loyalty This is illustrated wonderfully when the characters finally come face to face with the werewolf killer himself I won t get into the particulars but it was uite refreshing to see that a simplistic tale such as this which often can veer into absolute shades of black and white took the opportunity to splash massive amounts of gray on the landscape What makes us who we are the story asks And who is to blame when we discover that those we ve judged have reasons beyond our capacity to understand for acting and thinking the way they do that their lives and their actions are the result of a cacophony of unfortunate life experiences The book offers no answers to this uestion only begs for forgiveness for patience for perspective In this regard I ll even go out on a limb and say that this book may not only be an outlet for entertainment but a teaching tool for the young as well It has something to say after all and it states its message with class and respectNow I have to be honest here and say that I was this close to giving Spirit Storm only the third perfect scoreI ve ever handed out By the time I reached the last page however I discovered that I couldn t For as wonderful as the first ninety percent of the book is I found the last bit a littleunsatisfactory Again I won t go into detail but there is a huge buildup to a climax that never seemed to come I ll leave this open to interpretation by the rest of you readers out there because I m only one man and perhaps I m saddled with a need for action and resolution Perhaps others will see the ending differently perhaps they ll find it perfect for the story it has to tell But for this reviewer it was slightly disappointingHowever with that being said the points I dock for this are minimal The rest of the book is fabulous More than anything it is beautiful in both style and substance It s a uick read and I continued to fall in love with the characters and root for them to succeed both at the tasks at hand and at love as the layers that make them who they are get pulled back The romance between Yuki and Cal is refreshingly innocent yet needy and it s interesting to think about whether they ll be able to grow as people or if they ll find their only distinguishing characteristics are each other This is a story of perseverance and devotion both to loved ones and community and still makes sure to let you know that there are pressures both internal and external that wish to rip apart everything they ve builtWhat else can I say I adored this book ending be damned It deserves to be up there in the pantheon of new PR releases right alongside Amanda Hocking another of my favorites in the genre I know I will be passing both Spirit Storm and She Smells the Dead down to my daughter and I will feel confident in doing so confident that the messages she receives from the words Stevens has put down on paper will enlighten amuse and most important of all make her thinkThat s really all you can ask forPlot 10Characters 10Voice 9Execution 7Personal Enjoyment 9Overall 4550 455

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Download ↠ Spirit Storm (Spirit Guide, #2) 107 Spirits of the Dead are coming Yuki is about to face an army of lost souls on Samhain th. I enjoyed this second book in EJ s series I just really enjoy the characterseveryone has such a different personality I could read about these characters for a long time and hopefully EJ keeps writing about them as they grow together with all their gifts I also enjoyed all the explanations about Samhain and the traditions I really did not know a whole lot behind Halloween and what it meantnow I do I d like to see one of the characters have a happy endingno names to spoil though I adore Yuki s vegan friendhilarious This is a very good YA series but now it s time for me to go to an adult book then back to YAlol I would love to see cough cough Cal but it is YAlots of kissing is yummy too

  • Paperback
  • 210
  • Spirit Storm (Spirit Guide, #2)
  • E.J. Stevens
  • English
  • 17 January 2020
  • 9780984247530