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The demons of hell want a war, and the Sensitives are the ones to fight it... Oscar is a loser, living with his parents, with no ambition and no friends. Enter April and Julian. They, like him, are Sensitives – a person who is paranormally gifted. Together they show Oscar how he could finally do something amazing with his life. What follows is a series of life-threateni The demons of hell want a war, and the Sensitives are the ones to fight it... Oscar is a loser, living with his parents, with no ambition and no friends. Enter April and Julian. They, like him, are Sensitives – a person who is paranormally gifted. Together they show Oscar how he could finally do something amazing with his life. What follows is a series of life-threatening confrontations with the demonic. From fear demons, to possessed pregnancies, to haunted prisons – Oscar has no idea what is in store for him. These are the first three books of the horror series, The Sensitives. Written by the author horror fans cannot stop raving about, this is a series made for fans of the paranormal, the demonic, and terrifying exorcisms. Download now and discover the fight with hell for yourself…


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The demons of hell want a war, and the Sensitives are the ones to fight it... Oscar is a loser, living with his parents, with no ambition and no friends. Enter April and Julian. They, like him, are Sensitives – a person who is paranormally gifted. Together they show Oscar how he could finally do something amazing with his life. What follows is a series of life-threateni The demons of hell want a war, and the Sensitives are the ones to fight it... Oscar is a loser, living with his parents, with no ambition and no friends. Enter April and Julian. They, like him, are Sensitives – a person who is paranormally gifted. Together they show Oscar how he could finally do something amazing with his life. What follows is a series of life-threatening confrontations with the demonic. From fear demons, to possessed pregnancies, to haunted prisons – Oscar has no idea what is in store for him. These are the first three books of the horror series, The Sensitives. Written by the author horror fans cannot stop raving about, this is a series made for fans of the paranormal, the demonic, and terrifying exorcisms. Download now and discover the fight with hell for yourself…

30 review for The Sensitives Books 1 - 3: A Paranormal Horror Series

  1. 5 out of 5

    Marie

    This was a creepy omnibus which I am going do one backstory for all three books. A small backstory without giving away spoilers: Julian and April team up with a man named Oscar and end up recruiting him to help them with demonic activity. Julian and April are paranormal investigators that are called "Sensitives" and they help people with demonic possessions. Oscar has a unique ability as he can see demons that are associated with people, but he has to learn to control what he sees or the demo This was a creepy omnibus which I am going do one backstory for all three books. A small backstory without giving away spoilers: Julian and April team up with a man named Oscar and end up recruiting him to help them with demonic activity. Julian and April are paranormal investigators that are called "Sensitives" and they help people with demonic possessions. Oscar has a unique ability as he can see demons that are associated with people, but he has to learn to control what he sees or the demons will consume his soul. All three of them go through demonic possession cases as they try to exorcise the demons, but each one of them goes through something each time they do it leaving scars on their souls. When they come up against certain type of demons is when things go from bad to worse as they try to fight the forces of evil from the depths of hell! Thoughts: Each book is continuous from the previous one and this series is literally saturated in demonic activity with tons of things that happen within the storylines to not only the characters but the possessions of the people they exorcise as well. There are other supporting characters as well within these stories. I was impressed by how fast I was drawn into the storyline and in some instances I would stay up late reading the book. Giving this omnibus five "demon-spooky" stars.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rosalind Elliott

    Great set of books Literally couldn’t put down. Read all 3 books in an evening and morning. Cannot wait to get stuck into the last three books in the series. Lots of thrills and surprises right up to last page!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Thomas

    I downloaded this set of three books for free on Kindle. And I'm so glad that I found this series! The majority of the books center around the Sensitives themselves and exorcising demons. In the first book, Oscar is introduced as a pure loser in life. He works at a grocery store and essentially has ZERO in the way of life goals and motivation. I enjoyed diving into the world of the Sensitives in this first of the series. I was a tad disappointed in just how pathetic Oscar was as a character. He I downloaded this set of three books for free on Kindle. And I'm so glad that I found this series! The majority of the books center around the Sensitives themselves and exorcising demons. In the first book, Oscar is introduced as a pure loser in life. He works at a grocery store and essentially has ZERO in the way of life goals and motivation. I enjoyed diving into the world of the Sensitives in this first of the series. I was a tad disappointed in just how pathetic Oscar was as a character. He borders on the edge of pervert in all honesty. However, if you can get past that part, the development he goes through is well worth surviving the early pervert times. Book 1 follows Oscar in learning that he's a sensitive and just what that means and what he can do. For paranormal, this book embodies that completely. In book two, the supernatural demonic forces decide to turn the tides and go after the 'leaders' of the Sensitives. At times this book was a bit slow for me. As both mentors are dealing with the loss of the same little girl when an exorcism goes wrong and she passes. However, it picks up the pace when the ghost of the little girl starts to haunt one of the mentors. I will say that there is a HUGE plot twist in this book that I did not see coming, and it left me both in awe and craving more! In the third book, it focuses once more on Oscar and his new girlfriend and fellow Sensitive who find out they're pregnant. The demons decide to target the unborn child and we are taken through the nine months of April's pregnancy as she deals with the changes and supernatural effects. Again, book three had it's incredibly slow moments. There was another character introduced, Martin, who was so rarely mentioned, that when he was mentioned towards the end I didn't really understand the purpose. It felt like filler, like a "don't forget about this character." All in all, The sensitives is a series I'm eager to dive into further. Books one thru three were only a taste of the world and I can't wait to read the next in the series. It's definitely one of my top favorites in the paranormal genre.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lolly Benford

    DNF'd at page 237. Yeah, this is a big no from me. I bought the first 3 books of The Sensitives because Amazon recommended it as I purchased The Exorcist and they thought maybe I'd enjoy this book series. I read the blurb and kind of liked the idea and I must admit I set my expectations and was super excited to read these 3 books. From the offset I was intrigued as the book was set in the UK, my home country and I liked that. My disappointment started with Oscar, the main character. I found Osca DNF'd at page 237. Yeah, this is a big no from me. I bought the first 3 books of The Sensitives because Amazon recommended it as I purchased The Exorcist and they thought maybe I'd enjoy this book series. I read the blurb and kind of liked the idea and I must admit I set my expectations and was super excited to read these 3 books. From the offset I was intrigued as the book was set in the UK, my home country and I liked that. My disappointment started with Oscar, the main character. I found Oscar to be kind of annoying and whiny, not really a main character I could get invested in. Don't get me wrong, there are ways to write a character with anxiety and I just didn't enjoy Oscar. Plus the way he views women feels kind of 'Nice Guy' at points. Check out page 12 for that. Plus his sexualisation of April because teen boys be horny, amirite. I liked April and Julian, but found that all the characters including the police officer sounded the same. No one seemed to have a unique tone or characterisation. I feel like a book based more on April and Julian would have been more interesting. I also discovered that there were a lot of typos, spelling errors and inconsistencies within the book. I'm all for self publishing and I applaud anyone who does, but please hire an editor or get someone to proof read the book to make sure errors are caught early and sorted. The plot to me also didn't feel very realistic. Yes, demons and exorcisms aren't exactly the most realistic thing and a certain level of suspension of belief is required, but surely it could be told in a way that was less like an anime. This book felt like an anime in book form. It really wasn't for me, but maybe it will be better suited to someone else.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Benjamin Inlay

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  6. 4 out of 5

    Lynn Keith

    Rock solid These three books were fast paced and well written. They had smart, realistic plots that were very down to earth for horror fiction. The level of gore was kept to a minimum which I very much appreciated. Also, the language stayed quite clean and straightforward, no purple prose or unnecessary vulgarity. All of this made it horror fiction I could be very comfortable with. Nicely done.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Harry Royster

    A different direction This book differs from the previous two. Whereas the first two were more physical this one was more mental. Since I have read the first two books I was invested in the characters and had to read about them. But what made me like the first two books so much was missing from the third installment. And the Wave the book ended left room for another book. And I for one hope that the author goes back to what made the first two books good

  8. 5 out of 5

    Diane Stevenson

    Excellent series!! Supernatural series about a group of demon hunters. Well written and has had me hooked!!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Evans

    Very good books, I really enjoyed them!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jenni

    Blew my mind!!! Can't wait for the next Blew my mind!!! Can't wait for the next

  11. 5 out of 5

    Doreen Fernandes

    These books give you a picture of how The Sensitives deal with demonic entities and their struggles in battling the forces of evil. It was difficult for me to stop reading. Each book is in a class of it's own. These books give you a picture of how The Sensitives deal with demonic entities and their struggles in battling the forces of evil. It was difficult for me to stop reading. Each book is in a class of it's own.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Bruce McLennan

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sherrill Taylor

  14. 4 out of 5

    Victoria M Johnston

  15. 5 out of 5

    Louise

  16. 5 out of 5

    Dale K. McWhirter

  17. 4 out of 5

    sue barton

  18. 4 out of 5

    cordena

  19. 4 out of 5

    Shelley

  20. 4 out of 5

    Nikki Janiszeski

  21. 4 out of 5

    Emma Hall

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mrs. Macker

  23. 5 out of 5

    Joanne Hendry

  24. 4 out of 5

    mrs moira hall

  25. 4 out of 5

    Carla

  26. 5 out of 5

    Melanie Glitterclitte

  27. 5 out of 5

    Donna

  28. 5 out of 5

    Cesar Sandoval

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ivy Krull

  30. 4 out of 5

    Christine Robert

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