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Trailer Thursday: Banish by Gretchen McNeil

Gretchen McNeil’s young adult/urban fantasy novel, Banish sounds really awesome and I love the book trailer.  You can read a teaser of Banish here.

You can visit Gretchen around the web here: Website | Blog | Twitter | YA Rebels

Synopsis (Author Site):

Sixteen-year-old sophomore Bridget Liu just wants to be left alone: by her overprotective mom, by the son of the police officer who got her father killed, and by the eerie voices which she can suddenly and inexplicably hear.  Turns out the voices are demons – the Biblical kind, not the Buffy kind – and Bridget possesses the rare ability to banish them back to wherever the hell they came.  Literally.

It isn’t long before her secret ability gets spilled to San Francisco’s Catholic exorcist, Monsignor Renault.  Monsignor and his new, Vatican-assigned partner Father Santos enlist Bridget’s help with increasingly bizarre and dangerous cases of demonic possession.  And just when she is starting to come to terms with her freakish new role, Bridget receives a startling message from one of the demons: Don’t Trust the Priest.

When one of Bridget’s oldest friends turns up dead in what appears to be a ritualistic sacrifice that bears a disturbing resemblance to her father’s murder, Bridget realizes she can’t trust anyone.  Time to take control and figure out what is going on.  An interview with her father’s supposed murdered reveals a link between Bridget and the Emim, a race of part-demon humans intent on raising their forefathers to the earth in human form.  Now Bridget must unlock the secret to the Emim’s plan before someone else close to her winds up dead, or worse – the human vessel for a King of Hell.

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3 Responses to “Trailer Thursday: Banish by Gretchen McNeil

  1. GretchenNo Gravatar

    Thank you so much for all the linky love!

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  2. AmiNo Gravatar

    Hi! I love your blog/site and the idea behind it. Both my sister and I are avid readers. We each read approximately 4 to 5 books a week or 1 book a week depending on if the book(s) are long or not. Our tastes are varied and currently I have a stack of books that looks like this from our local library on the way to being read, not necessarily in this order:

    “Good Omens” by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman
    “Tattoo” by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
    “Glass” by Ellen Hopkins
    “Earthgirl” by Jennifer Cowan
    “Diary of a Chav” by Grace Dent
    “Posh and Prejudice” by Grace Dent
    “Time of the Witches” by Anna Myers
    “Platinum” by Jennifer Lynn Barnes (which, apparently is a sequel to “Gold”)
    “Living Dead Girl” by Elizabeth Scott
    “Amy by Any Other Name” by Maureen Garvie
    “Duplikate” by Cherry Cheva
    “My Fairy (Fair) Godmother” by Janette Rallison
    “Goth Girl Rising” by Barry Lyga (Sequal to “The Astonishing Adventures of Fanboy and Goth Girl” which was brilliant btw and a MUST READ for all. ‘Specially if you’re into comics at all.)
    “Boy Toy” by Barry Lyga
    “Heartless” by Sara Shepard. This is the sixth book in the “Pretty Little Liars” series. The books are pretty engrossing and fun.
    “Stop In the Name of Pants!” and “Are These My Basoomas I See Before Me? Confessions and Final Confessions of Georgia Nicolson” by Louise Rennison. Really funny books in a series about a girl living in Britain written in journal form. A movie was made of the first Georgia Nicolson book; “Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging” (though the title was changed to “…and Perfect Snogging.”)

    So, that is my reading list currently. Oh, my sister’s reading a book called “Generation Dead” by Daniel Waters that I borrowed from the library and gave her dibs on first read since I have such a mountain of literature to get through already.

    Anyway, awesome blog and I know where I’m going next when in search of good books to check out next!


    ~Ami E. Bowen

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  3. AngelaNo Gravatar
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    Hey Ami,

    Thanks for your kind words and for sharing your reading pile. Very interesting list. I haven’t read any of the books that you listed and it’s so stressful just thinking about it. Knowing that I have so many books that I want to read, but not enough time. I’ve heard good things about Generation Dead. I just updated my “New Releases” list so you might find additional goodies to add to you TBR pile.


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