Guillaume – Book Review

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Guillaume by Prue Batten – Review

Title – Guillaume (The Triptych Chronicle Book 2)

Author – Prue Batten
Genre – Historical Fiction
Publication – 10th Dec 2016
Pages – 314
My Rating – 5/5 Stars

 

Synopsis

The Church – powerful and moneyed.
The Heretics – zealous and poor.
Lyon – a city that might claim to cast the seeds of reformed thinking upon the world.

 

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Bargain Book of the Week – Apparent Wind

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This series highlights inexpensive, free, or discounted books to give you, dear reader, the most options on what to read.

Apparent Wind

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In Apalachicola, FL, what goes in the river doesn’t always stay there.

When some locals find a dead woman in the jaws of a gator, it’s fairly upsetting. When Lt. Maggie Redmond finds lifelong friend Axel Blackwell in the dead woman’s hotel room, it’s a little more upsetting than that.

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Chasing What’s Already Gone – Book Review

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Chasing What’s Already Gone by Michael Ross

Publisher: Limitless Publishing LLC

Publication Date: July 2016

 

SYNOPSIS:

Danny Pearson is cruising through life on the edge of contentment—even in his marriage…

His wife seems distant, yet perfectly happy. They work on different schedules and pass like ships in the night. But that’s how marriage is after so many years, right?

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Random and Rare – Book Review

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Book 2 in the Lock & Key series. This book should be read after book 1, Lock & Key. If you haven’t read it yet, get 1-clicking.

I was unsure what to expect from this book. I LOVED Lock & Key, but didn’t know whether another book was needed. I certainly didn’t feel the love story that began with Dig and Grace, but that ended with Miller and Grace had anything more we the reader needed to know. HOW WRONG WAS I!

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The Forest and the Farm – Book Review

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The Forest and the Farm by Vance Huxley

Released: June 7th, 2016
Publisher: Entrada
# of Pages: 488 (Kindle Edition)
Source: Received for review

Summary: Billi has always been different, and how could he not be? A man with one leg was uncommon enough. Then a three-legged Hound, Rabbit, came from the Forest and sat by his wheelchair, and he had to learn to be a Hunter.

Paired for life, Hunters and Hounds are vital to their Village for hunting and protection in the Forest. They share a wordless song which allows them to know each other’s moods and warn of danger. Rules about the Farm and Forest keep the villagers safe – no living tree can be cut, and any man without a Hound is prey once in the Forest.

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Lost in Shadows – Book Review

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Lost in Shadows by Anita Devito

 

Romantic suspense is one of my favourite genres, as such I jumped at the chance to read and review Lost in Shadow. The blurb hinted at exciting things to happen, which made me eager to read this one. I was pulled into the story from the moment I began reading. The suspense at the drama at the start was riveting and I eagerly turned the pages as I wanted to know how the events would unfold.

Unfortunately, after a while, the story began to lose its momentum. I kept reading with the hopes that it would regain the momentum, but it did not. However, it should be noted that in spite of this, there were areas I enjoyed and some that I had issues with.

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Going Underground – Book Review

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Going Underground: Independent Minds (Going Underground #1)

by L.N. Denison, Dystopian, Rating: 4 stars

 Going Underground: Independent Minds is a compelling dystopian tale that follows the exploits of protagonists, Jen and Myron. As the book opens the two characters are children, but are polar opposites – Jen is low-born and lives in a trailer while Myron hails from a privileged class, so it’s no surprise that he tries to bully her, but to his surprise is quickly overtaken by the feisty Jen.

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