Dog Country by Malcolm F. Cross My rating: 4 of 5 stars And what’s a person who’s been only really trained for war do after being forcibly taken out of the war? This question is an escalation of the issues raised by the transition of a soldier to civilian life. Conflict arises as the… Read More Dog Country – Book Review
I was approved Beside Myself by Ann Morgan on NetGalley, and was quite excited to start reading, and I must say it did not disappoint! An interesting storyline concept written exquisitely well! Below is my review, plus a sneaky peak at the front cover and description and places to buy: About The Book… Read More Beside Myself – Book Review
TITLE: Zero (Zero #1) AUTHOR: Morgan Dark GENRE: YA Thriller PUBLICATION DATE: June 28, 2016 by Rubiños, 1860 AMAZON | GOODREADS A baffling robber. A mystery hidden for years. And an elite boarding school where no one is who they say they are.
I was contacted by the author of this book and sent a review copy in exchange for a honest review. I must say I was a little apprehensive about this book. I had never heard anything about this author or the book. As I started reading I thought I may have made a mistake… Read More The Pillars of Natura – Book Review
New York Times best-selling author Chris Pavone’s third outing, The Travelers (Crown Publishing, $27), is his best yet. Once again, Pavone mixes spies with seemingly ordinary people, throws in some exotic locales and intriguing situations, and yields a thrilling page-turner. Unlike his previous efforts – The Expats and The Accident – which were both… Read More The Travelers – Book Review
The Last Unicorn, Peter S. Beagle Originally reviewed on September 12th, 2010 Having just finished reading The Last Unicorn, I’m not at all sure what to say about it, or how I feel about it. I felt vaguely enchanted by it — not in the sense of it being twee and sweet and Disney, but… Read More The Last Unicorn – Book Review
This is my first installment in the Re-read Challenge since signing up or it in January, and here’s what I’ve learned through this challenge so far: I am great at rereading books and terrible at writing about them. I originally committed to 12 books, but I think I’m going to scale back to 6, which puts… Read More Girlfriend in a Coma – Book Review
Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Published: 02/09/2016 Summary: Mare Barrow’s blood is red—the color of common folk—but her Silver ability, the power to control lightning, has turned her into a weapon that the royal court tries to control. The crown calls her an impossibility, a fake, but as she makes her escape from Maven,… Read More Glass Sword – Book Review
Title: My Dead World Author: Jacqueline Druga Published: June, 2016 Rating: 3/5 ______________________________________________ BLURB Since childhood, Nila Carter is made to spend every weekend at the family cabin. In her teenage years she believes it to be a prison, as an adult it becomes her sanctuary and means to survive.
Cate would do just about anything to be made a member of the Assassin’s Guild at her boarding school. Every year the Assassin’s Guild plays a game called Killer. Throughout the year, one killer will “kill” other members of the Guild. Whoever can guess who the killer is before getting killed themselves wins. The… Read More The Assassin Game – Book Review