4.5 Stars #Review ~ Turner Street #3: Anomalies by R.S. Veira

Posted May 11, 2017 by Michelle in 4star, Review / 6 Comments

4.5 Stars #Review ~ Turner Street #3: Anomalies by R.S. VeiraTurner Street: Anomalies by R.S. Veira
Published by RSV Ink on December 15th 2016
Genres: Action & Adventure, Ghost, Horror & Ghost Stories, Monsters, Scary, Supernatural, YA, Young Adult
Pages: 71
Format: eBook
Source: Kindle Unlimited
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four-half-stars

The journey that began with Turner Street: Where the Monsters in the Closet are Real and continued in Cain Seed comes to an exhilarating end with Anomalies .

Turner Street is under siege and the anomalies are the only ones capable of turning the tide. Jamie, Samantha, Steve and the others are back to make one last stand. Together they must find a way to save not only themselves, but everything they hold dear.

This collection of short stories is their legacy.

For the last time, Welcome to Turner Street.

I can’t even express how sad I am this is over and what a nervous wreck I was reading this. If you haven’t read the first two books skip to the end of this review.

The big battle, WOW what a battle, I was so worried the enter time. My heart was broken and I cheered. Jamie, Titus and Samantha need to know how to get rid of the tree. With the battle raging on Turner Street it is up to them to find out how to stop it. It will just cost a lot of lives to do it. This is once again told in multiple POVs and I LOVED it. I really felt the way this series was written it would not have worked as a single POV you need the depth to understand exactly what is happening and a lot is happening. You meet a few new people and reading from their POV made it hard when/if the time comes and they don’t survive. This really had one epic ending. I was sad by the loss of some characters and honestly no one was safe. I really wanted it all to go back to normal but what was done is done. I thought it all wrapped up rather nicely but still, I was sort of torn up inside just thinking of all that had happened. I was happy with who made it out alive but so upset about who didn’t make it. This was a very short read and I devoured it in just a few hours. This entire series is not long but you could never tell, it has so much going on and the multi POV make this feel like a complete full length series, not a 70 page each series. Just amazing, I don’t even know what else to say, I am now repeating myself. 🙂

Overall, this book was everything I had hoped for in an ending. So much action in this one, it really wrapped up the series nicely. I cant’ recommend this enough, I am so glad I found these books. R.S Veira is an awesome story teller. This book is great for YA and Adults, even thought the kids are in their teens I would think this is more for upper teen and not middle grade. Wow, what a great story. I really can’t get over how amazing this was.

You can find the reviews for BOOK 1 and BOOK 2.

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