Believing Magic

 

By Shane Shelton

 

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Having never been a recreational reader, Jane Miller is not sure what to think as strange events from the book she’s reading begin to mirror into her everyday life in odd ways. She’s been told to report any unusual ‘side effects’ she experiences while in the drug study, but is ‘book deja-vu’ a side effect, or is it something that’s totally normal when your really into a good book?

 

CONTENT ADVISORY: Contains violence, language, various adult themes. For older readers – 17 and up – who enjoy modern dark fantasy written in YA style. This book is not erotica or slasher horror – it’s dark fantasy. It is quite long – 770 equiv pages, so if you prefer shorter reads, this isn’t it. There are lesbian characters that come into play toward the end of book one and remain dominant through the rest of the series.

 

Believing Magic is the first book in the Believing Magic Series.

 

I Believe I Want to Read More of Believing Magic

This book was not what I was expecting at all. When I read the book description I was only expecting the story to be about vampires. When I discovered the other characters and their stories, I was surprised, but enjoyed their addition to the story. The story's ending was not what I would have expected at the beginning. The story had many twists and turns, and made for interesting reading. I enjoyed the various characters - Black Rain, Sky, Jane, Ryan, Dan, Believer, etc.. They were diverse yet interesting. They were all very imaginative, and their development went along with the story. I loved the way all the main characters worked together and how their relationships worked into the story too. I would have liked to have learned more about Dr. Burgis and what he exactly did to these teens. I look forward to reading more of the books in the series.

KIM E. HAAS from Amazon

Definitely worth your time

This is a fantastic book. Admittedly, you need to get past the first few "Jane" chapters because they did make me worry this would be another vampire romance, which it most definitely is NOT. (Though there is indeed a romance between vampires, but it's not the plot.) But once Rain comes into the picture, wow. I will say that if you are easily offended by topics such as religion or sexuality you should skip this series, you'll just make yourself upset. For anyone with an open mind, however, I strongly recommend it.

Kuryuu from Amazon

( even watched the sun come up) The story sucks you in

I first read the Believing Magic series when it was on Bookrix. As soon as I started to read it, I was hooked. Once I started reading the book I couldn't put it down. One night I actually read it all night long. ( even watched the sun come up) The story sucks you in! I have read the series twice now. It brought me to another place, another world.

The story made me laugh, cry, and shout. I am so glad that the books are now up for sale and excited that it is on the way to my house. I have missed Amen Hale and all my friends there. If anyone out there has not read this series, please do so. You wont regret it!

Stacy Catt from Amazon

 

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