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Othersphere

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This new series is sure to be a hit! --RT Book Reviews, 4 stars I always wanted to know where I came from. Now that knowledge could destroy me. Dez thought she knew who her mother was, who she was. Thought she had friends, a boy who loved her, and a school where she finally fit in. But across the veil linking our world and the next lurks a monster which can annihilate. . .or liberate her. Now she must confront it there with help from one boy who loves her and one who can't stand the sight of her. Dez thought she understood her tiger form, her deepest self. But in this treacherous place, she'll have to choose between the two halves of her soul--and determine which world survives. "Be prepared to lose some sleep. Otherkin is full of non-stop action and suspense, and you're not going to be able to put it down!"show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 320 pages
  • 137.16 x 208.28 x 22.86mm | 294.83g
  • Kensington Publishing
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0758292384
  • 9780758292384
  • 615,806

About Nina Berry

Nina Berry grew up bodysurfing in Hawaii, learned to throw snowballs at the University of Chicago, and now lives and works in Hollywood, pretending to lead the glamorous life. She's had jobs at places like Playboy Television, Married...With Children, and That 70's Show. Meanwhile, she got a screenplay optioned, wrote for a TV show called Ghost Stories, made it to the finals of the Disney TV Writing Fellowship, and became a semi-finalist in the Nicholl Screenwriting Fellowship. She currently works at Warner Bros., helping to develop new television series for cable channels like ABC Family and TNT. Inspired by novels she loved as a teen, she sold her debut YA paranormal novel OTHERKIN to KTeen in 2011. When not writing, Nina loves to travel, read, and tweet links about saving big cats in the wild. She's a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators.show more

Rating details

282 ratings
3.94 out of 5 stars
5 34% (96)
4 34% (95)
3 26% (74)
2 5% (13)
1 1% (4)

Our customer reviews

Tiger shifter Desdemona Grey, aka Dez, faces a lot of challenges in Otherspher. She still has feeling for her ex-boyfriend Caleb, who left in the previous book and came back in book three. She is now dating his brother Lazar. They need to face the boys' dad, Ximon and the Tribunal, in their quest against shifters. To top things off, she needs to deal with her biological parents Orgoli & Khutulun agendas. Othersphere is the last book in the Otherkin Trilogy. I admit I skipped over books one and two. I seem to be doing this more and more even though I hate reading books out of sequence. Anyway, I had no problem following the book. Nina Berry does a great job of recapping necessary past events. I would appreciate this, even if I did read the other two books because when waiting six months to a year between books one needs a reminder. Heck, I have read books back to back and sometimes still needed a reminder of things that happened. Othersphere was a great story. There is a ton of action and subplots. Nina Berry keeps you guessing at what is going to happen next. The detail and creativity that Nina Berry put into the development of Othershere are noteworthy. It is an amazing world. I was easily able to visualize her creation. The characters are well developed. I especially enjoyed the love triangle between Dez, Caleb, and Lazar. You could easily understand what she sees in both the brothers and felt for the characters and what they experienced. I definitely enjoyed the story and would go back to read the previous books as well as seek out future Nina Berry novels. ARC provided publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.show more
by Diane Lynch
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