Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Review "Supernaturally" Kiersten White

Supernaturally (Paranormalcy #2)
Publication Date: July 26, 2011
Publisher: Harper Teen
Hardcover: 336 pgs

     In Supernaturally, we learn more about Evie's background as she continues to look for answers as to who she is and where she came from. Eventually Evie learns awful truths from her past, a past that up until now has mostly been a mystery to her. As Lend is away at college Evie spends most of her time going to a normal high school, which she learns is not as glamorous as Easton Heights made it out to be. There are no declarations of love, wild parties, and fist fights in the halls, in other words high school is boring. We also are introduced to the newest member of the IPCA, Jack who has abilities that are of great use to the IPCA. Jack and Evie begin to work side by side as Evie once again decides to work for the IPCA. 


     Supernaturally is the the second book in the Paranormalcy series. Though I really loved Paranormalcy I had mixed feelings about Supernaturally. I was eager to learn more about Evie and Lend. But a lot of the novel seemed to focus on Evie dwelling on the fact that Lend was a away at college. I didn't feel the same humor that was found in the first book in this series either, which was one of my favorite parts. Though I had wished Evie continued to be the strong character she was in the first book I didn't hate this novel. I just wish that it had more of the humor that was in the first novel. But I will continue on with the series and hope that the third installment has more to offer.
     I  was really drawn to the cover of this novel. It has the same feel as Paranormalcy but stands out on its own. I love how the cover is done in shades of red. The flowing red dress, red flowers with a red sky, contrast nicely with Evie's blond hair and pale skin. Very eye catching. 


  1. I 100% Supernaturally wasn't as good as Paranormalcy for me. I still can't wait for the third book though. I do, love Lend :)

  2. I love Lend as well and I'm hoping the third book is more like the first. Supernaturally was just lacking something.