We Other

Family secrets, changelings, and fairies you never want to meet on a dark night.

Jess Morgan’s life has always been chaotic.

When a startling new reality cannot be denied, it’s clear that everything she believed about herself is a lie. She is linked to a world where humans – ‘hot-bloods’ – are disposable entertainment. Life on a run-down estate – her single mum’s alcoholism and violent boyfriend – become the least of Jess’s worries.

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Author Bio – Sue Bentley discovered a love of books at an early age. She worked for Northamptonshire Libraries for many years, while teaching herself the craft of writing. She is the author of the worldwide bestselling Magic Kitten, Magic Puppy, Magic Ponies, Magic Bunny series for age 5-9 years. She also writes for children and adults under various pen names. A lover of English Folklore, her books often contain elements of the otherworld and the darkness within the everyday. Her books have been translated into around 20 languages. We Other is her first book for Young Adults.

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My Review

This book wasn’t the easiest to get into as I didn’t find it had the book for the opening chapter.

Despite being slow going at first it was pleasant read. I mean it was a different take which is good as i haven’t seen this type of story as much in the last few years.

I love fantasy and this I would class as urban fantasy which is one of the harder genres to really make work as you want to keep realism plus the magic alive and working in combination to one another.

The author worked her story well and while I can’t claim it is my favourite it really is a great book that shows off a different genre then many are used to.

I would read this author again to see more on how she would combine magic and realism. Great job.

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