May 09, 2022

#BookReview: Warning Call (The Black Pages #2) by Danny Bell

Synopsis: Elana Black. Saving the day even if she has to tear a hole in the universe to do it. 

An unbeatable mythological horror has its sights set on Elana, and that’s not the worst of her problems. Gods want to use her, shadowy agents want to eliminate her, and a powerful sorcerer wants to kill her; all as she rushes to stop an event which portends the death of her best friend. It’s all catching up with her, and just in time for Christmas. Elana is going to have to figure out how all of it is connected but she’s in over her head, outnumbered, and running out of time. 

And she always thought magic would make her life easier. 

WARNING CALL is book two of the award-winning, best selling series, The Black Pages. 


Rating: 4 Stars
My Review: Ok Jess I am so sorry but you are never getting these books back. I am hooked and they are mine forever................Sorry not sorry!  

So I started this one at 10pm which was a horrible idea because I stayed up until 6am to finish it.  And still had to get up and go to work.  So needless to say that was a super bad idea.  But I loved the story.  This one picks up where book one left off and its even better than the first one.  This one had a lot of quips to keep you giggling throughout the pages, and so much action.  I love this world where you can walk within the pages of stories and I couldn't put it down.  I will say that at the start of this one I felt a little lost but that pasts pretty quickly.  

This is another amazing story! 


In this fantasy, Elana Black can insert herself into a book or television story and engage with all the characters. Whitton Frank narrates this story breathlessly, portraying the characters, both real and fictional. Frank's narration becomes more emotional as Elana flexes her skills, her ability to change storylines and save their characters from death. Unfortunately, Elana is not the only person who can change stories, a situation that forces her to battle for her life. Frank works hard to keep up with the shifting scenes as the line between fact and fiction blurs and the action heats up. Her performance fades into the story as good battles evil and characters chase one another from book to TV and back again. The dialogue is nonstop, the action fast-paced, and the story good enough to make listeners willing to suspend their disbelief. - AudioFile Magazine

--This text refers to the paperback edition.

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