I was kindly sent a free copy of this book by the author Allison Maruska for a review. Drake and the Fliers is a great YA urban fantasy, here is my review. After a terrible virus kills all humanity except for teenagers, Drake finds himself all alone. With his sister dead and the only other visible… Read More Drake and the Fliers – Book Review
Where I Can See You by: Larry D. Sweazy Published by:Seventh Street Books on January 10th 2017 Pages:255 Format: Mobi (Kindle file) Source: Publisher Purchase: Amazon| B&N| Book Depository Haunted by the disappearance of his mother when he was eight years old, detective Hud Matthews begins his own investigation to find out what really happened so many years before. When a rare… Read More Where I Can See You – Book Review
Hello everyone! Spring is here, so it’s time to take a look back to check out the top book review posts of this past winter. Feel free to click any of the links below to take a read. Results are calculated by page views.
Tanya has been on the run from her real past for years, but an unfortunate accident could bring her under unwelcome police scrutiny, so she decides to leave and find another identity. In her plight to get away and disappear she meets the intriguing Blue, a woman who also understands the rules and reasons… Read More The Passenger – Book Review
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Zenn Diagram by Wendy Brant Rating Three and a half stars Genre | YA, Contemporary, Sci-Fi Publisher | Kids Can Press Publication | 4 April, 2017 Format | eARC ** I have received a copy of Zenn Diagram from the Publishers (Kids Can Press) through Net Galley, in exchange of an honest reviews. Eva Walker is a seventeen-year-old math… Read More Zenn Diagram – Book Review
A book about reading . . . a book about a reading obsession . . . a book about a woman who would rather read than do just about anything else, who almost requires books just to survive? Sounds like my kind of book. In fact, it almost sounds like it might be about… Read More The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend – Book Review
eARC, 288 pg. Tor Books, 2017 Read: January 11 – 12, 2016 There are so many things that I want to say about this book, I don’t know if I’ll be able to get to them all — seriously, I have a checklist that’s daunting — but let’s give it a shot. I remember… Read More Martians Abroad – Book Review
Casanova I loved him more than life. He broke me and he didn’t even know it. I ran from him. He didn’t chase me. He never needed to, because he knew I’d come back. He was right.
Edenland Edenland is the evocative title of an evocative novel set in the early days of the US Civil War. Its story plunges us into the Great Dismal Swamp that straddles Virginia and North Carolina, and never quite allows us to escape the treacherous waters that threaten to engulf its protagonists. The Great Dismal… Read More Edenland – Book Review