by Jennifer Kibble
Book 1: Normality Twisted
Could an entity from another plane of existence be inhabiting a teenage girl? The lines between good and evil are blurred when one wants to be freed. JB must discover who she once was and learn how to control her new founded magical abilities.
“Fast-paced with believable and up-to-date dialog. This will be a great series for young adults to follow.”
“You can’t stuff this book into one category on the bookshelf. It has something for everyone Action/Adventure, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and comic book action. The author has created a main created who feels real and girls can look up to as a role model.”
“The book was wholly entertaining. Kibble uses familiar fantasy elements but then puts her own spin on them, making it a fresh read.”
Book 2: Mages of Vane
Anya, is taking classes more or less against her will. In order to protect her friends and family, Anya sought out the mages of Vane to free her body from a powerful, and corrupt entity. The entity known as Ashima isn’t the only being corrupt at Vane. Soon Anya must battle Blood Mages, and her own conflictive thoughts in order to keep the school from crumbling down. The mages of Vane must protect their home and school from The Order of Blood and their hidden leader. If Vane falls, other worlds will follow suit.
“Magic and war, intrigue and force, all can be found within the covers of this book. The characters are well defined and there are surprises both good and bad as the magical world is shaken to its core.”
“Magically packed action with the turn of every page!”
Book 3: Reality Break
Time is ticking to locate a means to take down Ashima, an entity from another plane of existence. Her fuel is death. Through death is power. And Ashima has her eyes on Earth. Anya isn’t ready for Earth to be exposed to magic and aliens but at this rate, she doesn’t have a say in it. What Anya can do is stop Ashima before she pulls reality apart.
CIR: What was your favorite part of writing this series?
KIBBLE: I hand wrote the entire story and I was amazed that I was able to read my own handwriting!
CIR: Who is your favorite character and why?
KIBBLE: Kyle, also known as Kasiff. I’ve taken aspects of my imaginary friend from childhood and created a character based on him.
CIR: What other books, movies or shows might you compare to this series?
KIBBLE: Avengers (or super heroes movies in general) and Harry Potter.
CIR: What themes do you address?
KIBBLE: Reincarnation and obtaining self-confidence.
CIR: What message do you hope your readers take away from this series?
KIBBLE: Sometimes the heroes lose even when they win. And that pineapples go on pizza.
CIR: Is there more coming?
KIBBLE: I do have more books in this series planned but I’ve not yet started writing.