Code Red: A Faith Flores Science Mystery, Book Two by Janie Chodosh Even though I did not read book One I felt the author catches you up with the backstory without being overly repetitive or boring. Faith Flores is an intelligent seventeen year old girl who grew up in Foster homes never knowing her Father.… Read More Code Red – Book Review
Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor Rating: 5/5 stars Genre: Fantasy, Young Adult About this Book: The dream chooses the dreamer, not the other way around—and Lazlo Strange, war orphan and junior librarian, has always feared that his dream chose poorly. Since he was five years old he’s been obsessed with the mythic lost… Read More Strange the Dreamer – Book Review
This series highlights inexpensive, free, or discounted books to give you, dear reader, the most options on what to read. $0.99 It’s Christmas. 1929. Los Angeles. John Devin, ex-Marine and current PI, sits at his bar stool nursing a whisky and cracked ribs. Then a buddy walks in. Out of the blue. Like fate… Read More Bargain Book of the Week – Red Is For Blood
Author Rhett C. Bruno weaves a sci-fi detective story set a few hundred years in the future, in which long-time bounty hunter Malcolm Graves is given the task of finding a bomber who decided to strike on one of Earth’s most celebrated holidays. However, Malcolm gets an unexpected surprise when Pervenio Corp., the company he… Read More Titanborn – Book Review
Title: Chasing Wicked Author: Kathryn James Release Date: April 18th Genre: Contemporary Romance About Chasing Wicked Stone Mitchell was and always will be toxic. Forbidden. Poison. I’d had a taste and it nearly killed me. Now, I knew better than to bite the apple.
A hilarious, action-packed look at the apocalypse that combines a touching tale of friendship, a thrilling war story, and an all out kung-fu infused mission to save the world. Gonzo Lubitch and his best friend have been inseparable since birth. They grew up together, they studied kung-fu together, they rebelled in college together, and… Read More The Gone-Away World – Book Review