Ashley Bell – Book Review

Ashley Bell

 

Featuring the most exhilarating heroine in memory and a sophisticated, endlessly ingenious, brilliantly paced narrative through dark territory and deep mystery, this is a new milestone in literary suspense and a major new breakout book from the long acclaimed master.At twenty-two, Bibi Blair’s doctors tell her that she’s dying. Two days later, she’s impossibly cured.

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Stone and a Hard Place – Book Review

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Stone and a Hard Place

It’s hard enough for Alastair Stone to keep his two lives—powerful mage and mundane Occult Studies professor—separate without an old friend asking him to take on a new apprentice. Especially after a university colleague wants him to investigate a massive old house for things that go bump in the night. Still, Stone figures it’s an easy job: just turn up, put on a little show, and announce that the house is clean.

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The Consequence of Loving Colton – Book Review

The Consequence of Loving Colton

 

Title: The Consequence of Loving Colton

Author: Rachel Van Dyken

Series: Consequence #1

Genre(s): New Adult, Contemporary Romance

Publisher: Skyscape Publishing

Pages: 304, Kindle Edition

Publication Date: April 21st 2015

My Rating: ★★★★★

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Dark of the Moon – Book Review

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Dark of the Moon is Book 1 of John Sandford’s Virgil Flowers series. Virgil work for the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. His boss is Sandford’s Lucas Davenport. In this first installment, Virgil is on the case of a serial killer whose victims are all residents of Bluestem, MN. Bill Judd, Sr. is the first victim and as the case develops, it all seems to revolve around him.

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The Infinite Sea – Book Review

The Infinite Sea

 

Oh…My….Days….

I seriously loved The 5th Wave and I have been dying to read this since then. I can’t really say much about the plot as it will give way to much away but there are many MANY twists and turns and I loved it so much I can’t stop fangirling!

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Hyperion – Book Review

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I finished reading Hyperion on the plane back home. This again is a (1989) book I had not heard of until I saw it in the Gollancz 50 series (which delivers at a low price the “best” 50 books in science-fiction and fantasy, like Patrick Rothfuss’s The Name of the Wind and Gene Wolfe’s The Book of the New Sun. Its only drawback being a vivid and ugly yellow color! I don’t often read space opera sci-fi; however, this book is a masterpiece that completely deserves its inclusion in the Gollancz 50 series.

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Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? – Book Review

Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me

 

So, full disclosure: I’m a pretty big The Office fan, and I watch The Mindy Project. So, yeah, I like Mindy Kaling’s brand of humor. It’s sort of self-effacing in a girl power-ish kind of way. If you’re not familiar with her work, she’s basically a comedy screenwriter and actress who was on The Office and now has her own show. This book is her memoir-slash-autobiography written pre-Mindy Project, but post-the Office.

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Clockwork Angel – Book Review

Clockwork Angel

 

This one was a tough pick for rating between 4.5 and 5. I’m not a big giver of 5 stars, so I had to really think about this one. And it was a hard choice, but my rating would go to 4.5 stars. That’s not to say that it was a bad story, it was amazing. Totally on my all-time faves. :)

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