Jennifer Rardin began writing at the age of twelve, mostly poems to amuse her classmates and short stories featuring her best friends as the heroines. She lives . Read “Bite Marks” by Jennifer Rardin with Rakuten Kobo. Jaz Parks here. But I’m not alone. I’m hearing voices in my head – and they’re not mine. The problem. Bite Marks (Jaz Parks, book 6) by Jennifer Rardin – book cover, description, publication history.
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It is fast-paced, with awesome action scenes, great gadgets, and hilarious dialogue and plot points. As the possessed voice seemed to gain more control over Jaz it was interesting to see the others deal with the job gardin Jaz at the same time. Otherwise, Cole’s character seems to have changed the most detouring from mission Jaz to making a useful position on Vahl and Jaz’s team.
The only thing I didn’t like about this book was that it kept losing the main story line. In this series View all Book 7. This book had plenty action scenes and daft humour which the series was in need of I think. He is becoming a lot less ‘wimpy’ I suppose is one way to put it.
You can remove the unavailable item s now or amrks automatically remove it at Checkout. The story line for this one involves Jaz and her crew going to Australia to battle gnomes.
All of my favorites are around to take part in the action including Cole, Cassandra, Raul, Vayl and Bergman. It was about gnomes and NASA. The last book wrapped a lot of things up, so to continue this series this book consisted of several changes. Oh, I can totally picture Gerard Butler as Vayl as well.
Jaz has her own talents as well. I love how Jennifer Rardin writes them and their relationship. I found myself laughing out loud at some of her TV, marjs and pop culture references, as well as smiling to myself when I had the thought that probably many people wouldn’t “get” the subtle joke she had just made. They are able to laugh at each other rolling on the floor laughter and are able to laugh with each other.
There’s usually a fight scene or a maros of gore that’s particularly exhilarating. I enjoyed the book a lot and look forward to the next book in the series.
Jennifer Rardin never disappoints and always leaves me craving more. Biye it was, it felt like an easy out or a frilly new style that Rardin wanted to test out. Share your thoughts with other customers. She passed away in September How to write a great review. This is a Series Review: We do get a compelling glimpse into Vayle’s past, in his own voice–a piece of tardin that, stylistically, far surpasses anything coming from Jaz’s disjointed mind. There are a legion of them, and they are vital to the series as a whole – and written as three dimensional and as important as Jaz and Vayl.
Paul and Brady Get Hoodoo with the Voodoo. Jun 21, chucklesthescot rated it it was amazing Shelves: Jaz and crew are assigned to a mission in which some gnomes are trying to take out the Australian based NASA complex. Why is it important now?
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Then in the second half of the book a lot of time was spend dealing with Jaz’s demon possession problems. Well – you have to read and see but I want one! Her gifts continue to grow when she donates blood to Vayl, a werewolf and received tears from Asha.
I’m trying to make it last since I know I don’t have many books to go and with the author being deceased I know there will be no more. The mission sounded really cool, but not much page space was actually spent on the mission itself. Each book has introduced a slightly new element which added different dimensions to the world this story inhabits.
Bite Marks (Jaz Parks, #6) by Jennifer Rardin
It is fast-paced, with awesome action scenes, great gadgets, and hilarious dialogue and plot points. Which of nennifer causes problems of its own, but at least he isn’t trying to come between them anymore. Jaz, along with her team, begin to doubt her control and the security of the mission.