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Jenny Pox (The Paranormals, Book 1) (English Edition) par [Bryan, JL]
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Eighteen-year-old Jenny Morton has a horrific secret: her touch spreads a deadly supernatural plague. She lives by a single rule: Never touch anyone. A lifetime of avoiding any physical contact with others has made her isolated and painfully lonely in her small rural town, a community where a supernatural darkness seethes beneath the surface.

Then Jenny meets the one boy she can touch, and her life begins to change...but first Jenny must learn to use the deadly pox inside her to confront her lifelong enemy, a girl who secretly wields the most dangerous power of all.

Not recommended for readers under eighteen.

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Winner of a Red Adept Indie Award: #1 in Horror for 2010.

Selected by Geeks of Doom for Top 10 Urban Fantasy and Horror Books of 2010.

Chosen by the Bewitched Bookworms as one of the top books of 2010.

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  • Editeur : www.jlbryanbooks.com; Édition : 1 (22 juillet 2010)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Too good of a book to be free 1 février 2013
Par Lizzy Lessard - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I wish the grammar with Jenny Pox was as polished as it was with the other two books of the series. There's more telling than showing, particularly in the first half of the novel. I'm not a huge fan of Jenny's character, but the overall story is captivating. There was not one instance while reading this book that I thought to put it down. Jenny Pox my least favorite of the series, but it is still a great debut novel. This is one of those books that I was constantly shocked that the author "went there" and then giddy because he did. I'm fairly certain some of the scenes in this book would of been toned down if JL Bryan was published by the Big 6, so in that way, I'm happy he went the self-published route.

Ashleigh is my favorite character in this book. Despite being introduced as a mean girl, she's a villain you can't help but to love. (It was like she touched me through the parchment and suddenly I was like "Ashleigh, I'm gonna go get a sex change so we can make some babies." Midway though the operation, this feeling strangely faded away, and then I was like "Awkward.")

Seth, on the other hand, I can't get into. I don't understand why he falls for Jenny so suddenly, especially considering his relationship with Ashleigh. Granted, he probably has the best excuse ever for cheating.

I would categorize this book as high YA or NA, due to some pretty graphic scenes. If you get offended easily, this might not be the book for you. There's violence, death, and sex. If you're looking for a different sort of paranormal romance, then Jenny Pox might be for you. (B)
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Ghost Trapper series is better 15 juillet 2016
Par Sandra's Book Reviews - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Avoid her like the plague.

After reading Ellie Jordan, Ghost Trapper, I was looking forward to reading another story by J.L. Bryan.

Jenny, nicknamed “Jenny Pox,” has a rare anomaly: her touch causes sores and blisters similar to the chicken pox, and they can be deadly. Ever since then, she wears long sleeves and avoids getting close to anyone. Of course that doesn’t make school any easier, especially when you’re on the outs with the meanest, most popular girl in school. Right away you feel for poor Jenny and you hope that the mean, bossy Ashleigh gets hers in the end. I had a feeling the finale would mirror a scene right out of Carrie, with Jenny’s powers wrecking havoc on the school. That would’ve been awesome.

Unfortunately, it doesn’t really turn out that way. About half way through the book, the story gets complicated and weirder. It completely deviates from Jenny Pox and expands to other paranormals in the small hick town. Apparently Seth and Ashleigh have a similar yet different touching power (Seth heals and Ashleigh can transfer pleasure.) What kind of freaks are these kids?

It was nice seeing Jenny and Seth (total opposites in their powers) getting closer, but, again, certain parts in the story lagged with too many useless details on background scenes (I skimmed over these for the most part.)

I just feel that the story revolved more on religion and spiritual healing/destruction. It wasn’t what I expected. I think the Ghost Trapper series was better.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Interesting story 10 mars 2017
Par Ramona Plant - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Jenny Pox is a unique book written by JL Bryan. It is well written and has an interesting plot. The book has a good pace following a captivating story line. The book reminded me at some point of Stephen Kings "Carrie" and hides a few nice twists. The big reveal at the end for me was unexpected and made me look at this book in a new way.

The characters make a nice mix of Ashleigh, your villain, Jenny who is a very unlikely heroine and Seth. Ashleigh is beyond dis-likable. She grinds on my nerves, which is what a villain should be doing in my eyes.

All in all I enjoyed this book.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 I don't know how to feel! 4 juillet 2014
Par Jessica - Publié sur Amazon.com
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One of the good things about this book is that it's very different from what else is out there.

One of the bad things about this book is that it's very different from what else is out there.

I really enjoyed the first half of the book. It seemed like what you would expect from a decently written, interesting young adult paranormal romance novel.

Then the unexpected began to appear. First with the ensorceled threesome semi-rape (complete with descriptions of the gagging noises one girl makes). Ok, so we're DEFINITELY not reading young adult now, more like new adult. There was a fair bit of pot smoking, too, which I actually kind of appreciated as being realistic. Certainly I don't mean all high school seniors smoke, but some do, and so I didn't have a problem with these characters falling into that second category. The romance was no longer so romantic, filled as it was now with instances of blisters oozing pus and pestilent flies and sloughing flesh. Even though you cheer for the characters with legit motives, it's hard to see them in a heroic light when those kinds of things are involved. Still, after reconciling myself with this, I did cheer them on, it was just a bit startling to find myself standing behind characters dispensing such repulsive vigilante justice.

The ideas described in the explanations offered at the end are definitely fascinating. So overall, this book was not what I expected to ever read, but was mostly interesting and fun and totally offers the potential for as many further installments the author might wish to write.

Jenny Pox is different from what you read today, which takes some getting used to, but that fact end up being rather refreshing. I recommend giving it a try. In the meantime, I definitely plan on picking up the sequel some time.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 ******crickets********* 17 janvier 2013
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Hmmmmmmm.....

This book started out very interesting with a great concept. We have Jenny who unfortunately cannot touch anyone without turning them into a pile of puss filled sack of bones.She lives with her father who has self medicated the pain of losing his wife with alcohol since her birth. And we have Ashley, sitting on top of the high school food chain and has the ability to make everyone love and lust for her or who ever she directs her invisible arrows at. And of course the boy, Seth, handsome, wealthy, and his ability is healing and resurrection.

Of course its a love triangle set for a hot plate of disaster. A lot of religious references...Christianity...abstinence ....anti-abortion...blood and goreeeee....sexual scenes...drug use....alcoholism ...it was very XMEN meets Carrie then meets Steven Spielbergs version of Bring it On then flirts with MTV Pregnant at 16...my head spun .

I never was really pulled in, I glided over the pages, watched from afar. Seth and Jenny happened so quickly, their relationship had no depth and then the ending....although, I like the
concept of why and how the new info revealed made sense...it would have been great to incorporate that into the story more and little less of Ashley and her abstinence campaign.

Bottom line is I made it to the end, although, many times I wanted to put it down and walk away. I had many WTH moments. I cannot recommend this to my YA niece since I think it may be a bit inappropriate. I do not regret my time reading it since I did appreciate the story,the idea ...but it could not really.get me there to pick up more books in this series.
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