There are very few books that I can see the ending. Fewer still where I am right, and even fewer where I don’t get to see my prediction come to fruition. Kendare Blake’s Three Dark Crowns are one of those rare books. It took me a while to really get hooked and delve in. While… Continue reading Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake
Do NOT let the cover of this book fool you. This book is full of action, drama, sweet first loves, paranormals and a kick-@!@ main character. Kiersten White captivates the reader with her first person narrative, and spins the tables on many paranormal stereotypes. The reader will find themselves plunging head long into a mythical world, and… Continue reading Paranormalcy by Kiersten White
Review of The Testing coming soon! In the meantime, grab a copy of the Prequel – The Testing Guide, and a free peak at the book that is going to change the world – The Testing by Joelle Charbonneau
My wife and I finally got to see The Hunger Games in the theatre this past Friday! Having read all three books in less than a week, I was very excited, and a little nervous to see how the movie would stack up to the books.
Imagine a world where cyborgs were real, but were created for the sole purpose of saving someone’s life. What if you didn’t have a choice to become one? You just always were. What if you found out the trait that ostracized you, was just the beginning of what you were? What if it could be the one thing… Continue reading Cinder by Marissa Meyer
We have all heard of the idea of guardian angels. What if the idea was true? What if it was true, but they weren’t exactly angels? Would it matter? In her book Die for Me, Amy Plum takes this idea and moves it into a more palatable place, where human and angels collide. She uses… Continue reading Die for Me by Amy Plum
I’ll admit that my speed reading days for books left me in college. Even with my fun books that I read, it can take me a several days to finish one. So when I went through the Softwire Series in roughly a week, you know it’s got to be amazing! Oddly enough, I have to thank Nathon… Continue reading The Softwire Series by P.J. Haarsma