Alternate Susan

Alternate Susan Susie Stillwater summoned a djinn and made a wish to go to an alternate reality where her siblings were still alive Susie Stillwater switched places with her alternate counterpart and got her wish Her

  • Title: Alternate Susan
  • Author: Kater Cheek
  • ISBN: 9781484070031
  • Page: 321
  • Format: Paperback
  • Susie Stillwater summoned a djinn and made a wish to go to an alternate reality where her siblings were still alive Susie Stillwater switched places with her alternate counterpart and got her wish Her story is over But Susan Stillwater s story is just beginning She s stuck in a not quite right version of her home town, where her brother and sister are dead, the magicalSusie Stillwater summoned a djinn and made a wish to go to an alternate reality where her siblings were still alive Susie Stillwater switched places with her alternate counterpart and got her wish Her story is over But Susan Stillwater s story is just beginning She s stuck in a not quite right version of her home town, where her brother and sister are dead, the magical investigation bureau is asking her about the illegal summoning of a djinn, and a talking lizard claims he only wants to help Susan has to find her missing mother, dodge sleazy hot men who want favors, and try to find a way home again l before the djinn collects payment for his wishes, which weren t as free as Susie thought.

    • Alternate Susan BY Kater Cheek
      321 Kater Cheek
    • thumbnail Title: Alternate Susan BY Kater Cheek
      Posted by:Kater Cheek
      Published :2019-09-13T12:10:30+00:00

    About " Kater Cheek "

  • Kater Cheek

    Kater Cheek is a graduate of 2007 Clarion Her work has appeared in THE STEAMPUNK HANDBOOK, THE LIVINGDEAD anthology, Weird Tales, and Fantasy Magazine, among others She is the authorof the urban fantasy Kit Melbourne novels and the Desert Mages series She has a blog of art, chapters, book reviews, and comics at catherinecheek.When not writing, she enjoys making the sort of art that requires safety glasses and good ventilation.

  • 607 Comments

  • Alternate Susan by Kater Cheek is a fantasy YA book which involves magic, lots of magic, literally and an alter ego of a girl who is naive enough to understand the trouble she was getting into.Many thanks to the author for giving me this opportunity to read and review her book. Well Susan Stillwater is dragged into her alternate reality where her whole family is dead and without even realizing she is waist deep in a mud of dilemma. Her alter ego, Susie is an evil one, who did this to her and now [...]


  • I hate to say it, but I'm going to DNF this book for now. The cover is wonderful, the writing style is enchanting. However, it is in serious need of a round of edits. There are facts being repeated, there's a lot of info dumping (to teach the reader all they need to know about complex magic), and I was kind of turned off by the repeated comments on how fat or flabby Susan's new body is, compared to her old one. It needs to be tightened up a bit, but otherwise is a really great concept.


  • I wrote this book after I was several books into the Kit Melbourne series. When I first started the Kit Melbourne series, vampire urban fantasy novels were thin on the ground, as shocking as that might seem. By the time I started this one, urban fantasy had mushroomed into a healthy sub genre. I love urban fantasy, but for this one, I wanted to do something different. This series has no vampires, no werewolves, no fallen angels, no demons or devils, and nothing that resembles an Irish fairy. It [...]


  • Susan Stillwater has been royally screwed by her counterpart in an alternate reality. In Susie's reality magic is real and Susie is a mage. Also in Susie's reality her brother and sister are dead. Also in her reality a powerful djinn is trying to drag her into his alternate reality, for purposes not specified, but nefarious, and probably deadly.So, Susie, who is not nearly as ethical a person as Susan switches realities without asking. Susan gets home from work and quickly discovers that though [...]


  • I read this book in a couple days, just couldn't put it down. It really got the feeling of living in Phoenix, and then mixed that with a very believable system of magic. Susan is a protagonist to root for, both to win her battles and to grow as a person. The villain was scary and the relationships between the characters felt very real. I'm looking forward to the next book.


  • I liked the premise and that it was unpredictable. It did drag in places with too much detail but I just skimmed past those sections.




  • Post Your Comment Here

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *