Division X has a lot going on. There are vampires, demons, and other monsters. The main character, Randi, finds herself changing after being bitten by a hairy creature. She ends up being forced to join a paramilitary group, where her adventures pick up speed.
Randi’s family is involved in this odd, monstery mess. The town they live in becomes a hot spot for strange occurrences.
Division X and others in the town are either trying to figure out what is happening or hunting monsters.
Division X is a fun October read, as it is filled with creepy crawlies. There are lots of eerie events and characters throughout the book.
As I read Division X, I got YA vibes, although it isn’t listed that way on Amazon.
My thoughts went in this direction as it focused on younger people, and some things seemed a bit out there.
Sixth graders were fighting vampires without much fear. The kids and mom went from a vampire situation to discussing which spooky movie to watch as if nothing had happened.
At one point, a teen has to kill their parent, then continue life without being disturbed about it. These are the kind of things that made me think of YA.
I did feel like different pieces of the story weren’t well connected at times.
This made for a few confusing moments as it switched from one section of the story to another. It reminds me of when my mind keeps going from topic to topic all willy-nilly.
All in all, this is an action-packed, creepy story that is a good choice for those who like reading about monsters and don’t mind a smorgasbord of activities.
Thank you to R&R Book Tours, the author, and the publisher for providing this book for me to read and review.
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