** Review By Emily from The Nerd Girl Page**
Emily here, the YA reviewer from Nerd Girl. I give YA reviews from a real YA reader. Here is my review of Lexia which I was given in exchange for an honest review. Although not really a YA book the cover and synopsis intrigued me so much that when it was offered to the team I asked to review it too.
This was the kind of book where you read the first page and you have so many questions popping into your mind, so you have to read the whole novel without putting it down so you know what happens!
When I first read the synopsis I thought the book was going to be like the television show “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” but I was definitely wrong. This book has a concept which was very different from any vampire slaying book or television show that I have read or seen.
The whole novel keeps you on your feet wanting to know what is going to happen or how Lexia, the main character, is going to get herself out of a certain situation that she has been put in.
Although this book may look like it would appeal to many young adult readers, I would highly suggest caution for YA readers because there are quite a few parts that would be considered inappropriate for many teens throughout the middle and the end.
Aside from the inappropriate parts I found myself highly engaged with this book and all of its wonder. It had everything I would want in a paranormal book; romance, love, some sadness, and a LOT or action.
I would suggest this book to just about any adult who loves reading about the paranormal world. Luckily this is a part of a series so I will be able to keep reading about Lexia and her future.
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