[[ Free ePUB ]] Isis, Vampires and Ghosts - Oh My! (The Other World, #1) Author Janis Hill – Z55z.co

When Stephanie Anders Discovers Her Estranged, Wild Child Little Sister Has Died And She Must Attend Her Funeral, She Discovers That Estella S Death Is Not Necessarily As Terminal As She Had Been Lead To Believe And That, Rather Than Dead, Her Sister Is Of The Undead Variety Too Late To Save Her Sister S Life, Stephanie Anders Must Now Try To Save Her Soul From The Vampire Who Has Possessed Her, Branwyre, Eighteenth Vampire Lord Of The AegeanWith Only The Aid Of The Ghost Of A Pissed Off Buddhist Monk With A Potty Mouth, And The Modern Day Priestess Of Isis, Stephanie Must Battle Demons And Other Denizens Of A World She Knows Nothing About Even Her First Task, To Recover Branwyre S Crucible If She Is To Succeed In Banishing The Vampire Before He Has Regained His Full Strength, Is Not What It Seems But Dealing With A Demon, Or Double Binding A Vampire In A Sunbed Pales In Comparison To Learning How To Forgive Her Sister For What She Did, Especially If She Is To Have Even Half A Chance Of Saving Her Soul Welcome To A World Within Our Own, The Other World A Place Of Darkness And Light Where Gods, Vampires, Demons, And Ghosts Wage A Constant Struggle For Survival


10 thoughts on “Isis, Vampires and Ghosts - Oh My! (The Other World, #1)

  1. Jaylia3 Jaylia3 says:

    Estella has been trouble her entire life and it s always been her older sister Stephanie s job to clean up her messes and attempt to rescue her Now it appears that Estella s wayward lifestyle has led to an early death and that Stephanie will have just one final responsibility, her sister s funeral Except it turns out that Estella isn t quite as dead as Stephanie...


  2. Claire Claire says:

    Review Isis, Vampires and Ghosts Oh My The Other World 1 by Janis Hill Publication Date 30th August 2014 Publisher Hague Publishing ASIN B00MS0FG1S Source Netgalley My Rating 3 5 Synopsis When Stephanie Anders discovers her estranged, wild child little sister has died and she must attend her funeral, she discovers that Estella s death is not necessarily as terminal as she had been lead to believe and that, rather than dead, her sister isof the undead variety Too late to save h Review Isis, Vampires and Ghosts Oh My The Other World 1 by Janis Hill Publication Date 30th August 2014 Publisher Hague Publishing ASIN B00MS0FG1S Source Netgalley My Rating 3 5 Synopsis When Stephanie Anders discovers her estranged, wild child little sister has died and she must attend her funeral, she discovers that Estella s death is not necessarily as terminal as she had been lead to believe and that, rather than dead, her sister isof the undead variety Too late to save her sister s life, Stephanie Anders must now try to save her soul from the vampire who has possessed her, Branwyre, eighteenth vampire Lord of the Aegean With only the aid of the ghost of a pissed off Buddhist monk with a potty mouth, and the modern day Priestess of Isis, Stephanie must battle demons and other denizens of a world she know...


  3. SoWrongItsRANDI {Bell, Book & Candle} SoWrongItsRANDI {Bell, Book & Candle} says:

    I received this ARC courtesy of Hague Publishing and Net Galley Bell, Book Candle Isis, Vampires and Ghosts Oh My ReviewI am under the impression that this is a stand alone novel, or at the very least the only book in a series Which, coincidentally, is kind of a bummer since I actually want to readof this story There were a few grammar mistakes that I caught, but it didn t really take away from the stor...


  4. Maghon Thomas Maghon Thomas says:

    This one is a very interesting new take on vampires, and the troubles they cause As well as, ridiculous family members and the lengths you will go for them And on the side, it s not just paranormal people hunting down vampires, think old school dracula, where normal, religious people use their beliefs and their will to fight the evil The case here it the Goddess Isis, her followers, rid the world of vampires, but not the lovely Edward Cullen no I don t like him or my fav Jean Claude from This one is a very interesting new take on vampires, and the troubles they cause As well as, ridiculous family members and the lengths you will go for them And on the side, it s not just paranormal people hunting down vampires, think old school dracula, where normal, religious people use their beliefs and their will to fight the evil The case here it the Goddess Isis, her followers, rid the world of vampires, but not the lovely Edward Cullen no I don t like him or my fav Jean Claude from Anita Blake this is a disease and parasite that becomes a complete killing machine Very intriguing about my love hate relationship with vampers right Stephanie starts the story on her way to bury her sister, who has been a bad new, pain in the , bratty little sister She comes off a little cold at first because she is re...


  5. Kelly Kelly says:

    2.5 starsI ll be honest here, when I first saw it on Netgalley, I wasn t going to read it because I thought it wouldn t be my cup of tea It didn t seem like a book I was going to love but then, the storyline and characters got me curious There weren t lots of explanations at the very beginning about the world created I liked the writing and the ending was nice If you read this book, you ll find there is a lot of original cursing with quirky characters view spoiler We didn t have lots of e 2.5 starsI ll be honest here, when I first saw it on Netgalley, I wasn t going to read it because I thought it wouldn t be my cup of tea It didn t seem like a book I was going to love but then, the storyline and characters g...


  6. Ian Wood Ian Wood says:

    This is the complete review as it appears at my blog dedicated to reading, writing no rithmatic , movies, TV Blog reviews often contain links which are not reproduced here, nor will updates or modifications to the blog review be replicated here Graphic and children s novels reviewed on the blog will generally have some images from the book s interior, which are not reproduced here.Note that I don t really do stars ...


  7. April Hollingworth April Hollingworth says:

    Review Courtesy of April HollingworthThis is the first book in the Other World series It can be read as a standalone book, but to be honest I enjoyed this book so much I m looking forward to seeing what trouble Stephanie manages to get herself into and out of Filled with a variety of characters both living, dead, undead and other, I found this book funny and emotional my eyes filled up at the end I would definitely recommend this book But quick word of warning there is a ...


  8. Kathy Kathy says:

    First off, let me state up front that I do not read vampire related books at all However, I did agree to read this one, but probably should have found outabout it than I did before agreeing The story concerns two sisters One, Estella, a real wild and unruly one, has died The other, Stephanie Anders, is alive Stephanie discovers her sister is not quite as dead as she had thought and been led to believe Instead, Branwyre, eighteenth vampire Lord of the Aegean, has taken over soul, and First off, let me state up front that I do not read vampire related books at all However, I did agree to read this one, but probably should have found outabout it than I did before agreeing The story concerns two ...


  9. Crystal Wright Crystal Wright says:

    Disclosure I received this book on Netgalley as an ARC.Synopsis Stephanie Anders the responsible sister is heading to the funeral of her hellion of a sister Estella Or at least that is what they lead her to believe, when in all reality her sister is technically still kinda alive As a priestess of Isis, Estella got herself possessed by an eighteeth vampire Lord of the Aegean, Branwyre The mission is then bestowed upon Stephanie to clean up one last mess for her sister and banish Branwyre Wit Disclosure I received this book on Netgalley as an ARC.Synopsis Stephanie Anders the responsible sister is heading to the funeral of her hellion of a sister Estella Or at least that is what they lead her to believe, w...


  10. Selena Selena says:

    I m not sure about my feelings on this book I understand the concept of the story At points it is engaging and entertaining More often than not, I found myself drifting off I like language Colorful language has its place and in some stories can carry the excitement Unfortunately, not here Fore some scenes every sentence contained a curse word It felt to heavy, too much I m by no means a prude, but didn t enjoy the coarseness I do realize Stephanie was frustrated, it felt forced Stepha I m not sure about my feelings on this book I understand the concept of the story At points it is engaging and entertaining More often than not, I found myself drifting off I like language Colorful language has its place and in some stories can carry the excitement Unfortunately, not here Fore some scenes every sentence contained a curse word It felt to heavy, too much I m by no means a prude, but didn t enjoy the coarseness I do realize Stephanie was frustrated, it felt forced Stephanie, at pints, sounded like a teenager learning to curse and not always hitting at the right time, rather than the adult she is supposed to be If I have to pick a scene I like, it would be when Stephanie spends the first night with Estella Great scene Great thinking on Stephanie s part in drawing the circle This is one scene when the dialogue fell into place...