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A Review: Eleanor by Johnny Worthen

I have previously reviewed another one of Johnny Worthen’s books, and decided to try another. I received a review copy of Eleanor and it didn’t take me very long to read it.


Eleanor is magical.  She is so easy to connect to that I felt engrossed in the book right from the beginning. She comes from such a troubled past that the fact she is a loner outcast comes as no surprise, yet, there is something really endearing about her.  She finds new/old love and friendship with David who learns her secret and stands by her.  This is a paranormal story with a twist.  The idea of skin-walkers set in modern-day almost feels possible through Eleanor.

I really enjoyed it and it is not as dark as his others stories and could easily be read by a younger audience.  The best Johnny Worthen book so far!

You can find Eleanor on Amazon here.

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A Review: Beatrysel by Johnny Worthen

I don’t usually read horror or thriller type books, but because I know Johnny, I had to give it a try.  It took me a little while to get into it.  Probably because it isn’t usually my style, but once I did. I really enjoyed it.  It’s creepy, intense and full of twists and turns.


In Beatrysel, you will take a journey through the occult, magic, and the world of demons.  It is so full of horror that I didn’t want to read it, but I couldn’t put it down. I hated it, but I loved it.  I didn’t want to turn the page, but I had to.  It is a masterful work and I truly look forward to Johnny Worthen’s next book.  If I dare.  I think I do.

You can find Beatrysel by Johhny Worthen  on Amazon here.

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