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Jenny Pox: The complete series is now available as boxed set on Kindle and ” JL Bryan has written a book that runs the gamut from young adult romance to. Free eBook: Jenny Pox by J.L. Bryan. Eighteen-year-old Jenny Morton has a horrific secret: her touch spreads a deadly supernatural plague. Jenny Pox is one of the latest in a seemingly endless supply of teen supernatural romances. But in its defence, it couldn’t be further from the over-done, love.

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She has the plague and ended up killing her mother and the doctors and nurses that touched her when she was born. It was really, really, nice to read one that was not only a good novel, but a good novel where the romance is secondary to the meat of the mythology created for the series. She was great and JL Bryan gave her alot of depth. This girl is out for world domination, and I loathed her and loved her at the same time.

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Seth is the only one she can touch without gloves, and because of that they fall in love. The back and forth of characters and timelines is nothing compared to those books. This book seemed to be following the typical tortured shy girl who endures years of unrelenting cruelty at the hands of the mean girl, but things suddenly take a whole new direction. MsHooker Jun 30, Jenny’s touch equals death. Jenny Pox takes all the tropes of young adult fiction, tosses them in a pot, shakes them up, and then reorganizes them into something poox, a novel written for adults using children to explore the deeper reasoning behind our own intolerance.

She had picked up a snake that had erupted in disease and died on contact. I would not define it as a young adult novel, or paranormal romance in any way. Jenny suffers from what I like to call Twilight-syndrome – she’s a female with no spine and zero personality, and I cannot fathom for the life of jll why Seth almost instantly falls in love.

Quotes from Jenny Pox. With a fire uenny between these two, it is so hard to hide the feelings that they have for each other. A growing army of superhuman soldiers programmed for destruction. If you like stories with jennu, high school angst, villainous mean girls, a sweet romance, and a dash of the horrific and don’t mind the gross factorthen you might like this one. Pod should read this book. She would get wiser, discover things, make friends, find the way to her own happiness and out of the misery.

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This series is a must read for those who enjoy suspense, mystery, and supernatural forces henny work.

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We see her as spoiled, a maniacal bad seed. While she makes a wicked villain, she also is jemny and near the end, I not only wanted her dead but I did not want to read anything about her.

This was brilliantly written!

The filler in this book was so frustrating. Kids patched up with scavenged body parts and bionic implants. View all 21 comments. Now Jenny must master her “Jenny pox” before Ashleigh can destroy her.

I guess I’ll have to wait and see This book made me do all sorts of crazy things: I also liked how Jenny and her Love Interest actually were friends before they started hopping in the sack. Although Jenny Pox can be read as a standalone book, it does contain the initial stages of several key themes and issues which po explored later in the series, such as the origins of their powers, and how it is no coincidence that they ended up in the same small town.

And this is where the not-so-subtle brilliance of the poxx lies, for though Ashleigh seems to embody all of the cherished Christian values, her purity is purely surface-level; a disguise to hide jenny quest for power and domination. Read the book to experience it for yourself!

Jenny Pox by JL Bryan

I have never read the book or watched the movie so I can’t really fault the book for that. Consequently, she has grown up without any friends, getting mocked for her “covering up” fashion and loner status. She creates opportunity out of every tragedy, and thrives in others misery.

So when I started this I was beyond excited to sink my teeth into this book!

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Jenny suffers from what I like to call Twilight-syndrome – she’s a female opx no spine and zero personality, and I c I read this book when I was in search of some lighter fare in the young adult genre, which was probably mistake 1. Jenny and Seth have crazy chemistry.

Later, after some searching Jenny finds her new “toy”. The snake is no match for Jenny. I picked this up after reading Tamara Rose Blodgett’s fantastic review of the book. Paranormal phenomena – check Outcast protagonist – check Hunky romantic interest – check Vile villain – check Looks like J.

She is a manipulator of love. The other part I really liked was Chapter One of the best parts of this novel? It was jennh interesting to learn about what Jenny and Seth are, and I appreciated that it happened at the end March 5 39 18 Bryyan 08, But on the other hand it was kind of nice to read a story about teens, actually rbyan like teens.

Ashleigh has her own power of touch and menny boyfriend Seth can heal with his touch. As the story unravels, and many pop up during the story as other than what we thought they were, we learn that Jenny is not the only one who has a special ability; there are more and they don’t always play well with others!

I understand your rampage but I was disappointed to see that you lost all your remorse and feeling for humanity.

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Her life is painfully lonely until she meets a boy named Seth with the opposite power, a healing touch. To be fair though, the book description btyan this is best suited for eighteen and older. I know that nothing of those fantasy worlds etc is fake or not? It’s always a shame when a book with such a great premise winds up being a dud, but take my word for it, the best part of this novel was the bl Ugh, awful on so many levels.