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The Otherling

The Otherling
In the deep south of Doltree, Georgia, not everything is what is seems. Long accustomed to life as an outcast, the beautiful and demure Annaleah Grace has learned to stand apart from the crowd with dignity. Being the daughter of a white witch and a white witch herself, living in a town of devout Christians, has earned her more than a few raised eyebrows.

When she meets the handsome, yet snarky, Professor Bainbridge with whom she will be teaching at the local University, everything in her life abruptly changes. Something about him seems intimately familiar to her in a way she can’t totally identify. Even though he’s brusque and intimidating, Annaleah is drawn by his otherworldly eyes and foreign mannerisms.

With the help of angels, both Holy and fallen, she discovers just how unique she truly is. Dreams become a meeting place between this reality and the next, and Professor Sebastian Bainbridge’s true identity is revealed.

When her dreams begin to be more than dreams and she wakes up with Georgia red clay she walked through during a nightmare still wet on her feet, Annaleah knows something intense and powerful is going on, and that somehow, Professor Bainbridge is part of it. She is determined to embrace the profound destiny that awaits her and the Professor, even if that means taking up a sword to fight the Devil himself.
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Tags: Allaina Daniels, Blue Bookworm
Length: 238
ASIN: B01DEC2670
ISBN: 1936556049
The Otherling by Heather M. Walker is an interesting fantasy about angels and demons. Ostracized by her peers as a child, Annaleah always knew that she was different. As an adult she gets her first real job working along side the moody and mysterious professor Sebastian Bainbridge. Upon their meeting, Annaleah’s whole world begins to unravel and alter as she begins to understand her own truth and the truth about the world from which she was birthed. (Again, I don’t do spoilers.) I enjoyed this book and the authors take on this subject. It is intelligently written, so if you don’t have a large vocabulary, a dictionary would be useful. The only thing that really pulled away from this for me was that it occasionally got a little too descriptive and that the speech patterns were a little stiff at times. Overall this was an enjoyable read that I would recommend.
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