Thursday, 1 December 2016

Dead Is a State of Mind (Dead Is #2) by Marlene Perez

Dead Is a State of Mind (Dead Is, #2)
Blurb (from Goodreads):
A creepy, campy new mystery series

Welcome to Nightshade, California—a small town full of secrets. It’s home to the psychic Giordano sisters, who have a way of getting mixed up in mysteries. During their investigations, they run across everything from pom-pom- shaking vampires to shape-shifting boyfriends to a clue-spewing jukebox. With their psychic powers and some sisterly support, they can crack any case!

There’s a gorgeous new guy at Nightshade High: Duke Sherrad, a fortune-teller claiming to have descended from Gypsies. Even though she’s psychic herself, Daisy is skeptical of Duke’s powers. But when a teacher who was the subject of one of his predictions ends up dead, she begins to wonder if Duke is the real deal after all.
Maybe if Daisy can track down the teacher’s killer, she can find out the truth. The only trouble is, all signs point to the murderer being of the furry persuasion. Is Daisy any match for a werewolf? Maybe she is . . . in more ways than she bargained for!


Dead Is a State of Mind by Marlene Perez

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


Dead Is a State of Mind (Dead Is, #2) “Poppy’s dating a ghost,”


This was a YA paranormal story featuring psychics and werewolves.

Daisy was an okay character and she didn’t seem quite so immature as she did in the previous book. It was a little sad the way her relationship with Ryan seemed to be going though.

The storyline in this was about a teacher being killed in the park and Daisy and her sisters trying to work out who did it, as well as a storyline about a new boy at school who seemed determined to take Daisy to the prom, even though she was still going out with Ryan. The pace wasn’t too bad in this one though, and I preferred it to book 1 in the series.

The ending to this was okay, but I’m beginning to wonder if everyone in this town is going to turn out to be a supernatural being.



6 out of 10

No comments:

Post a Comment