Best Superhero Fiction Book Reviews From BookViral

A BookViral Review Of Deja Vu by Karen Janowsky

Recommend  for the coveted BookViral Crimson Quill. To make your recommendation simply click on the award badge below..…. 

SUMMARY: Nina has a vast knowledge of history, yet no idea who she is or where she’s from. She has become the target of dangerous creatures that have appeared all over the world. As she and Daniel work to decipher an ancient, cryptic myth, they experience flashbacks to things that never could have happened. They are falling in love, but there’s something they’re sure they need to remember, and it’s keeping them apart. The key to saving the world may begin with the act of remembering. 

The BookViral Review:

You could be forgiven for thinking superhero novels have become ten a penny but whilst a lot of dross has found its way to bookshelves there are still some exceptional reads to be found. A fast-moving, action-packed, clever take on super-heroics, Janowsky’s debut release in her Persistence Of Memory series certainly falls in the latter category. With acerbic and seductive prose she leads the reader through a taut narrative that finds Daniel, a medically engineered super soldier and Nina flitting between alternative timelines through flashes of déjà vu. The action sequences are vivid and full of twists with well-developed characters but where this superhero offering really hits its stride is in the burgeoning relationship between Daniel and Nina. Coming from separate times, thousands of years apart they flirt awkwardly but Janowsky takes the time to fully explore their feelings for each other before their relationship becomes more physical. It’s a refreshing step change from the norm and adds genuine depth whilst making them wholly endearing leads.

With a highly satisfying denouement and solid backstories developed it’s clear that Janowsky’s series has great potential. With more celestial and superhero intrigue to explore in forthcoming releases Déjà vu is highly recommended.


Recommended Book Reviews
In The BookViral Spotlight

Native American Action Adventure Reviews

Native American Action Adventure Reviews

Readers already drawn to Davis’ Medford Haley series will know it’s the strengths and foibles of human beings that Davis excels in writing about and ‘Shaper’ Medford Haley is one of the most vividly etched characters you will come across in fiction.

Read More »
Christian Historical Fiction

Christian Historical Fiction

Powerfully written in an evocative style, ‘Faith and Fortitude’, Crispin Rogers’ historical account of his likely ancestor, John Rogers (the first of 287 Protestant martyrs under Queen Mary) is and the intermingling of state and church towards their own corrupt ends.

Read More »

Author Publishing Tips & Recommended Book Reviews

Fiction and immortality
Author Blogs
Editorial Team

Life and Death – living forever.

We are constantly and enduringly fascinated with fictional accounts of parallel existence, alternative realities and genetic engineering. Films such as ‘The Fountain’ present immortality as attainable, whilst books such as ‘The Book Thief’ (Markus Zusak) explore the nature of death, in this case by death himself acting as narrator.

Read More »

Book Reviews That Readers Trust.

From humble beginnings in 2002 as a book review club BookViral has grown to become the first choice in book reviews for authors around the world and one of the biggest book review sites on the web. BookViral reaches millions of potential readers through best practice SEO and a trusted social media presence ensuring readers get unbiased, critical recommendations they can trust. 

BookViral also offers a full suite of author services, including, book editing services for unpublished and self-published authors, website design and bespoke SEO that help authors get discovered by more potential readers as well as industry influencers, such as publishers, agents and film executives. 

© Copyright 2019 BookViral Reviews. All Rights Reserved.