Shah Wharton is the author of The Supes Series. The first of which - Finding Esta - was originally published on Amazon December 2012. She loves how imagination offers a seemingly endless supply of entertainment. Books, movies, music, art - whatever it has touched, she'll be there, delighting in its flavours. Or she'll be sharing her own imagination for readers to devour.
Shah is a British expat living in Dubai with her husband and Bobby, their German Shepherd.
Connect with Shah at any one of the numerous social media hangouts she spends far too much time at. She loves to discuss her books with readers, so please get in touch.
TAGS: New Adult/Urban Fantasy/Paranormal/UK
For more information - http://shahwharton.com/the-supes-series
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The Dead Party - A Dark Yet Humorous Tale
By Shah Wharton
Published: July 7, 2013.
The Dead Party (originally published by Sirens Call Publications 2012)
Imagine an island after an election, where the party of choice—the party now in charge of every decision for the United Kingdom and its inhabitants—are The Dead Party.
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- What Kills Me
on Aug. 24, 2012
...and the elderly woman standing behind the steaming cart grinned a toothless grin, her face folding like an accordion.
The line above is a small example of Wynnes' use of language. I love the image this brings to mind, it does it so simply. I wished I'd highlighted more for you, but I was too interested in read the book. Along with her use of language and original descriptions, the two main characters and their story arc, the overall plot and the character arcs were all excellently done.
The heroine managed to be both feminine, charming and cute, as well as kick-ass when circumstances required it. The hero came around slowly, but finally fell for the charms of Axelia, including her strength and capacity for compassion. I loved watching how their relationship unfolded, and how they bounded, steadily, by the end of the novel. It wasn't romance in the slushy, love at 1st sight sense. These guys were thrown together and `found' they had feelings for one another through friendship, sparks of repartee and mutual respect.
I enjoyed the vampire lore and prophesy too. And the twist at the end which I didn't see coming was a great closer.
If I had to be picky, I'd say that although well written, there were a few too many and too long fight scenes. I found myself flicking through to the end of them on occassion. But this is mainly because I prefer short punchy action scenes. Those of you who love well written fight scenes will love the frequency and length of these, though. It's a subjective thing, certainly nothing else.
For a debut novel (although you'd never know) this was an all-round great read by a rising star in fiction.
I recommend it and will follow this author eagerly.
I recieved this book from the author for review here - http://shahwharton.com - and received no payment for doing so.
- What Kills Me
on Sep. 02, 2013
This is one talented author, with one helluva Y.A paranormal book. I'll be watching miss Channing and can't wait to read her next book. X