Caller Unknown #2020

Caller Unknown By Jennifer Brozek Caller Unknown Kendrick is a city alive in ways than one Its borders contain a hidden world composed of secret societies the supernatural the lost and the unexplained It is the world that Karen a operator i
  • Title: Caller Unknown
  • Author: Jennifer Brozek
  • ISBN: 9780985532345
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Paperback
  • Caller Unknown By Jennifer Brozek
    Caller Unknown By Jennifer Brozek Kendrick is a city alive in ways than one Its borders contain a hidden world composed of secret societies, the supernatural, the lost, and the unexplained It is the world that Karen, a 911 operator, is thrust into It begins with a phone call A stranger begs Karen to save a young woman s life, opening Karen s eyes to the world beneath the surface of the city she thKendrick is a city alive in ways than one Its borders contain a hidden world composed of secret societies, the supernatural, the lost, and the unexplained It is the world that Karen, a 911 operator, is thrust into It begins with a phone call A stranger begs Karen to save a young woman s life, opening Karen s eyes to the world beneath the surface of the city she thought she knew People are dying Artifacts are being stolen The streets are filled with rumors of a city destroying ritual Karen is determined to figure out what is really going on and protect her city, whatever the cost Caller Unknown Book One of the Karen Wilson Chronicles, is the first of four collections following the trials of Karen Wilson as she delves into the secret side of Kendrick With enemies on all sides, unknown allies, and a baby gargoyle, what she finds will change her life forever.
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    About “Jennifer Brozek

    • Jennifer Brozek

      Jennifer Brozek is an award winning author, editor, and tie in author Two of her works, Never Let Me Sleep and The Last Days of Salton Academy were nominated for the Bram Stoker Award She was awarded the Scribe Award for best tie in Young Adult novel for BattletTech The Nellus Academy Incident Anthology Grants Pass won an Australian Shadows Award for best edited publication In between cuddling her cats, writing, and editing, Jennifer is an active member of SFWA, HWA, and IAMTW She keeps a tight writing and editing schedule and credits her husband Jeff with being the best sounding board ever Visit Jennifer s worlds at jenniferbrozek.

    236 thoughts on “Caller Unknown

    • I live in Ohio Over the last few months, I ve been trained to not even pick up the phone if there s not a caller ID number that I recognize, unless I wanted to hear a political party rant about the other candidate.Now, though, we re back to normal And there s something slightly exciting about an unknown caller It s a departure from the normal, the expected, from the everyday mundane existence of our overinformed lives And unlike answering an unexpected knock at your door, answering a call withou [...]


    • I had heard of this series before, but hadn t read it until now I wish I had picked it up sooner.Unlike many Urban Fantasies the main character, Karen Wilson, is a completely normal person until she receives a strange phone call asking for her help From there she s led down the rabbit hole into a shadowy world that lives along side the one she knows Because she doesn t have abilities or powers, she s at a disadvantage from the start, but she gains allies quickly and finds a way to save the city. [...]


    • review originally posted on A Bibliophile s Reverie I found this story to be a bit simple, not much description and mainly dialogue I wasn t able to concentrate on what was going on, getting lost in who was talking and where exactly they were I felt like it could have been fleshed out so that the story felt complete Although I wasn t able to connect too much with the story, I found the character to be interesting as she was a 911 operator and got dragged into this mess I liked her reason as to [...]


    • I purchased this book at the Context convention Columbus OH, September 2014 because my vendor table was next to the author s and we had some great conversations over the course of the weekend It seemed like typical urban fantasy fare, but I was sold on the promise of a baby gargoyle on the back cover blurb This was not typical urban fantasy fare Karen is an average woman thrust into extraordinary circumstances, but she manages to make the best of them The story does have a love triangle, but its [...]


    • First book in a series that I read for the Endeavour Award This author apparently writes primarily for RPG modules and rules sets and in fact I think this book would have made a pretty good module Unfortunately it kind of read like a choose your own adventure Characters and situations were sketch than story And I didn t believe Kendrick as a Sunnydale knockoff Still, the book was readable and short.


    • Great bookI loved the main character of this story She is a kind soul with great intentions She comes through in unexpected ways to try to save the city she lives in from a group of magical people with not so good intentions I have already bought the second and third books and will be reading them today



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