Every Other Day

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EgmontUSA, Dec 27, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 352 pages
42 Reviews
"A contemporary Buffy."—Publishers Weekly

"Readers will devour this fantastic series starter. ...Barnes brings her characters to life in stunning detail. This is not your usual paranormal fare."—RTBook Reviews

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

And every other day in between . . . she's not.

Though she's not quite sure what she is on those days, Kali knows what she does . . . she hunts, traps, and kills demons, hellhounds, and other supernatural creatures that threaten her world. On those days, she is practically indestructible.

But when Kali notices a mark on a popular girl at school, she knows instantly that the girl is marked for death by one of these unworldly beings. And she knows she has only twenty-four hours to save her.

There's only one problem . . . it's the wrong twenty-four hours.
 

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The plot was amazing. - LibraryThing
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The writing flowed nicely and was easy and fun to read. - LibraryThing
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Everything about this book was wicket. I couldn’t put it down, and to tell the truth I want to read it again, and again, and you guessed it again. It was a nice change from the normal YA novels, it ... Read full review

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I got about half way through this book and was so confused, I had to stop reading. Normally I love paranormal, fantasy, scifi, dystopian, all the like. But this one started out with not much of an explanation. I was not a fan. Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Jennifer Lynn Barnes was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She has been a competitive cheerleader, a volleyball player, a dancer, a debutante, a primate-cognition researcher, a teen model, a comic-book geek, and a lemur aficionado. She wrote her first novel, Golden, when she was nineteen.

In 2006, Jen graduated from Yale with a degree in cognitive science and spent a year doing autism research at the University of Cambridge. She is currently pursuing further graduate studies at Yale. Visit her online at www.jenniferlynnbarnes.com.

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