Wishlist Wednesday # 5

Wishlist Wednesday is hosted by Pen to Paper. It is the place to showcase one book that has been on our wishlist. Click on the image if you feel like joining in on the fun.

On My Wishlist is: Every Other Day by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Every other day, Kali D’Angelo is a normal sixteen-year-old girl. She goes to public high school. She attends pep rallies. She’s human.

And then every day in between . . . She’s something else entirely.
Though she still looks like herself, every twenty-four hours predatory instincts take over and Kali becomes a feared demon-hunter with the undeniable urge to hunt, trap, and kill zombies, hellhounds, and other supernatural creatures. Kali has no idea why she is the way she is, but she gives in to instinct anyway. Even though the government considers it environmental terrorism.

When Kali notices a mark on the lower back of a popular girl at school, she knows instantly that the girl is marked for death by
one of these creatures. Kali has twenty-four hours to save her and, unfortunately, she’ll have to do it as a human. With the help of a few new friends.

OMG, I love the timepiece. It’s amazing. I find it interesting that it is filled with blood instead of sand. Unfortunately, the first thing I thought was vampire book which is misleading since the book is actually about a demon hunter. Although, the blurb does state “other supernatural creatures” so maybe a vampire will appear. I do want to find out more about this “environmental terrorism” and exactly why it is considered terrorism to kill supernatural creatures. I’m wondering if the supernatural creatures are considered citizens or what is going on.

Either way, I want this book for the cover.

Posted on February 8, 2012, in Wishlist Wednesday and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. The cover and the premise of the story is awesome, but I don’t think that this would be the first book I pick to read at night! The phrase ‘environmental terrorism’ plagues my interest too, maybe supernatural creatures are considered citizens in that word! 🙂

    • Besides the cover, “environmental terrorism” really piqued my interest. It’s usually in relation to the extreme protection of nature so I find it interesting that is being use to reference supernatural creatures. The only way to find out what it means is to read the book so hopefully, I can get my hands on it soon.

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