Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Pandora’s Daughter

Pandora’s Daughter by Iris Johansen

What was this book about?
Physician Megan Blair has had voices going through her head for years. They stop right around the time of her mother’s death, but they have started to come back. She becomes reacquainted with Neal Grady, who has secrets of his own. They both have paranormal powers (the reason for her voices) and are able to do things other people cannot. When the man who killed her mother, returns for Megan, it is essential that she figures out the truth of her past, her mother’s past, and her own special ability.

What was your favorite part about this book?

I liked both the characters and the slow explanation of what a Pandora is. Very interesting and not your usual abilities that you find in Paranormal books.

What was your least favorite part about this book?

I wanted to read more.

What genre would you consider this?

Paranormal Romance

Content in the book:

Romance: Definitely a little
Mystery: Not a ton, more in what she can do, less in who is the murder
Violence: Some
Overall: B+

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