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Today I am being part of the blog tour for Student Bodies written by Sean Cummings.
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Student Bodies (Poltergeeks #2)
Author: Sean Cummings

Genre: YA Fantasy

Release Date: September 5, 2013

Publisher: Strange Chemistry

Whoever said being a teenage witch would be easy? For fifteen-year-old Julie Richardson and the city’s resident protector from supernatural evil, the Left Hand Path doesn’t give a damn if you’ve found true love for the first time in your life. There’s someone lurking the halls of Crescent Ridge High School with enough malice to unleash an epidemic of Soul Worms – supernatural larvae that feed on the very fabric of  a victim’s humanity. After witnessing the death of one of the most popular kids at school, Julie and über genius boyfriend Marcus are in a race against time to find out who is behind the attacks. All  the evidence points to a horrifying plot at the City Weir during the Winter Solstice; the place where icy  waters of the Bow River and a thunderous spillway will mean the deaths of more than a hundred of Julie’s  classmates. If  she has any hope of saving their lives, she’ll need a little help from a coven of white witches  and an Aboriginal mage whose snarky attitude is matched only by her magical prowess.

I came completely blind into this book as I had not read the first but I was drawn in by the description of the book. I found no problems in keeping up as the author made good references to the first book so I was able to understand the characters and the plot line and get a good look into what happened in the previous book. I found I was gripped from the first page and needing to do know more as the pages turned.

Cummings has a good, addictive plot line which is fast paced and thrilling. The characters are well developed and intriguing and easily identifiable with. The book  has the correct amount of humor, thrills and romance that keeps you on the edge of the seat and wishing that there was more to the book. The ending was very exciting and I was unable to put the book down until I read the last page as I knew that something big was going down and I was pleased with the way that Cummings wrote the ending.

Overall, I would say that this book is perfect for anyone who loves the YA Genre and would like a quick, fast paced, exciting book to help them get through the day. Cummings has produced something unique that grabs the readers attention from the start. I very much look forward to reading book one and any more that Cummings produces in this series.


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About the Author:
Sean Cummings is a fantasy author with a penchant for writing quirky, humorous and dark novels featuring characters that are larger than life. His debut was the gritty urban fantasy SHADE FRIGHT published in 2010. He followed up later in the year with the sequel FUNERAL PALLOR. His urban fantasy/superhero thriller UNSEEN WORLD was published in 2011. 2012 saw the publication of Sean’s first urban fantasy for young adults. POLTERGEEKS is a rollicking story about teen witch Julie Richards, her dorky boyfriend and race against time to save her mother’s life. The first sequel, STUDENT BODIES is due for publication in September 2013. Sean Cummings lives in Saskatoon Canada.



CANADA/US Prize Pack:

  • 1 Signed Copy of STUDENT BODIES
  • 1 Signed Copy of POLTERGEEKS
  • 1 Signed Copy of FUNERAL PALLOR
  • 1 Signed Copy of SHADE FRIGHT
  • 1 Amazon Kindle

UK Prize Pack

  • 1 Signed Copy of STUDENT BODIES
  • 1 Signed Copy of POLTERGEEKS
  • 1 Signed Copy of FUNERAL PALLOR
  • 1 Signed Copy of SHADE FRIGHT
  • 1 Amazon Kindle



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