The Pledge – Book Review

The Pledge


The Pledge by Kimberly Derting    5/5*****

Seventeen-year-old Charlaina  is from Ludania, a country ruled by a cruel queen. The country is divided into a class system and every class has its own language. No lower-class citizens of Ludania can speak or even understand the language of the upper-class. Even to look upon an upper-class citizen while they speak their language is punishable by death, as is understanding a language not meant for you.

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Cheap Book of the Week – DoW

Dawn of Wonder


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

Dawn of Wonder

Discounted from $4.99 to $1.99.

When a high-ranking officer gallops into the quiet Mistyvales, he brings a warning that shakes the countryfolk to their roots. But for Aedan, a scruffy young adventurer with veins full of fire and a head full of ideas, this officer is not what he seems.

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After Impact – Book Review

After Impact


I will say that I am not a huge fan of science fiction at all. I don’t like futuristic reads, I’m really not one for outer space or an alternate universe, even dystopian books are a challenge for me. But this one is one of the few that managed to hold my attention for quite a bit of time.

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Dark Energy – Book Review

Dark Energy


Book Title: Dark Energy
Book Author: Robison Wells
Publishing Date: March 29th, 2016
Publisher: HarperTeen
Date Read: March 27th, 2016

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Aerisia: Field of Battle – Book Review

Aerisia Field of Battle


It’s always something!

Hannah, now fully transformed into the world-saving Artan, must negotiate The Underworld in this, the final installment of the Aerisia trilogy.

She arrives at the Gate of Despair, seeking to pass unscathed through dark places to enter the Dreamer’s Vale, and so continue her quest to banish evil from the magical realm. The author’s description of the Vale — like so much in this fine book — is lyrical:

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