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Monday, June 9, 2014

#BookReview: Psi Another Day by D.R. Rosensteel - 3.5 Wine Glasses

17343420Title: Psi Another Day
Series: Psi fighter academy #1
Author: D.R. Rosensteel
Format: ebook/Paperback, 352 pages
Published: May 6th 2014 by Entangled: Teen
Links: Goodreads | Amazon | B&N
Source: Publisher
Reviewer: Linda
Rating: 3.5/5

THERE’S A NEW SUPERHERO IN TOWN.


By day, I'm just another high school girl who likes lip gloss. But by night I'm a Psi Fighter—a secret guardian with a decade of training in the Mental Arts. And I'm about to test those skills in my first battle against evil.


BAD GUYS BEWARE.


When I was six, the Walpurgis Knights, our deadliest enemy, murdered my parents. The Psi Fighters put me into hiding, and all traces of my existence evaporated. Then I went through the most accelerated Psi Fighter training possible. And now I go to your school.


’CAUSE I WILL TAKE YOU OUT.


Unfortunately, so do the bad guys. My parents’ killer has sent his apprentice to infiltrate the school to find me. And everyone is a potential suspect, even irresistible new kid, Egon, and my old nemesis-turned-nice-guy, Mason. Fingers crossed I find the Knight before he finds me…

Thoughts:
PSI Another Day is an enjoyable zany read PERFECT for tweens and teens. The characters were realistic and the plot moved quickly. The twists kept me guessing until the end as to the outcome.

Rinnie, our heroine, is a kick-ass PSI Fighter-in-training. She's feisty, impetuous, fun and has a good heart. Mr. Gadget would be insanely jealous of the hi-tech, futuristic arsenal the PSI Fighters have at their disposal. The villains she's fighting are creepy and plentiful. There's also your hurtful, mean bullies at school. No matter who she's facing, Rinnie is never cowed in her fight for good over evil.

The writing was polished and there wasn't a dull moment in the whole book! There was humor but also danger galore around every corner! I'm in my 60s and it was a bit far-out for me but I would highly recommend it to younger readers who enjoy YA paranormal romances.

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