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Penelope Glen profile

Place of birth: Essex
Now living: Rochford, Essex

3 favourite authors

3 favourite books

3 favourite films

Penelope Glen's 5 reviews

Glow by Amy Kathleen Ryan (Sky Chasers)

Upon receiving this book in the post, my first thoughts culminated into the following short statements:Excellent! Science fiction!Judging by the back cover blurb, this should be quite easy to review.Ah. A story about deep space romance. Probably easier than I first predicted.Then after reading through a...

8.0/10

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Blood Hunter by JS Marich (The Eden Blackwell Series)

The age-old tale of Vampires and Werewolves has been around for a long time and I have no doubt that we all have our own icons, favourite novels or favourite films that mean something different to us all. Mine would definitely be the great Christopher Lee as Dracula (and Tom Cruise as Lestat – my own guilty pleasure) and probably Michael S...

6.0/10

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Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor (Daughter of Smoke and Bone Trilogy)

Frankly, after the Twilight bomb, I have tried my best to steer clear of ‘Young Adult Fantasy,’ which has become another term for ‘Sappy Supernatural Hokum.’Despite all the hype that surrounded Laini Taylor’s Daughter of Smoke and Bone, I studiously avoided it, kept my eyes lowered, even though the blue and g...

9.0/10

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Bitten by Kelley Armstrong (A Women of the Otherworld novel)

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9.4/10

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Incubus by Carol Goodman (Fairwick Chronicles)

These days we are surrounded by supernatural romance.Its popularity is understandable and undoubtedly irresistible due to the time honoured enjoyment of dark romance and gothic fiction that surfaces every now and again into a new generation. The enjoyment comes from our deep rooted fantasies and simply gaining pleasure from the combinatio...

8.0/10

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