While Fallen Oak recovers from the Jenny pox, someone new is hunting Jenny.
Like Jenny, Ashleigh Goodling belonged to a pair of opposites with powers that mirror each other.
Now Jenny and Seth must face the opposite of love…
Yeah, so I am WAY behind on this series. I read Jenny Pox eons ago…. well, not quite that long ago, but long enough. Then I was gifted the audio version and listened to it. That experience was just as mesmerizing. So what’s taken me so long to pick up the rest of the series? I have absolutely no idea. *sigh*
Tommy Nightmare picked up pretty much where Jenny Pox left off…. eventually. First readers had to take a little side trip and get introduced to Tommy. In the beginning I wasn’t sure if I was supposed to be sympathizing with him or not. Honestly I’m still not positive even after reading the entire book. Tommy’s background wasn’t easy. The lines between good and evil in Tommy Nightmare. Well, except when there was no question about the evil….
Okay, so I know that this review is vague and seems to be going back and forth, but it’s one of those books that you have to read and experience to understand. There’s nothing simple about this series. The lives of these characters are interwoven in so many different ways it’s impossible to explain. Just know that not everything is as it seems, there is no true ‘good’ or ‘evil’ just a lot of gray and not everyone is who or what they appear to be. The POV changed. Characters that I once liked I started to doubt and some new ones were thrown into the mix that I’m still not sure about. J.L Bryan definitely knows how to keep readers on there toes.
Alexander Death is next and I’m not exactly sure how I feel about his character. So much happened between Seth, Jenny, Tommy and other characters in Tommy Nightmare. Alexander’s character adds a whole new layer, and complication, to the mix.