Children of Refuge Blog Tour

Children & War by Margaret Peterson Haddix One of my uncles served in the Vietnam War. I was so young at the time that I don’t have a single memory of being told that fact until after he was...

Iron Druid Goodies – Lagniappe From Kevin Hearne is a Must Read

BESIEGED by Kevin Hearne 11 SEPT, 2017 Title: Besieged Author: Series: The Iron Druid Chronicles Length: 8 hours and 46 minutes Publisher: Release Date: July 11, 2017...

Modern Girl Becomes 12th Century Robin Hood! No Good Deed by Kara Connolly

NO GOOD DEED by Kara Connolly 05 SEPTEMBER, 2017 Title: No Good Deed Author: Series: Stand-alone Pages: 354 pages Publisher: Release Date: July 18, 2017 ISBN-10:...

Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo

WONDER WOMAN: WARBRINGER by Leigh Barduga 28 AUGUST, 2017 Title: Wonder Woman: Warbringer Author: Series: DC Icons #1 Length: 11 hours and 55 minutes Publisher: ...

A Little LIGHT Reading – Eclipse Worthy Titles For Your Solar Enjoyment

A Little LIGHT Reading Eclipse Worthy Titles For Your Solar Enjoyment 21 AUGUST, 2017 While Arthur C. Clarke's and Stephen Baxter's A TIME ODYSSEY series is a little more complicated than a solar...

Five Geek-tastic Stars for Ashley Poston’s Geekerella

Geekerella will be my first gushing review of the 2017 year. If you consider yourself part of “geek life,” have a fandom you are particularly attached to, or just fancy yourself a big ol’ nerd that loves Young Adult fiction, this is the book for you. Geekerella is equal parts sugary sweet, endearing, and an out of this world perfect read.

Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls by Lynn Weingarten

The Marketing on Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls by Lynn Weingarten was the only reason I picked up this book. I'm not usually a reader of YA Mystery, which is usually angsty and shallow. I expected something different when I read it though. I highly enjoyed Gone Girl and Thirteen Reasons Why - but when you stop to think about it - the whole book seems quite obvious now when you add the first line of the synopsis to the title of the book and suddenly the plot twist is quite evident.

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Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson

Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson was one of those middle of the road books that is so hard to review. I enjoyed it but found enough wrong with it that I can’t give it a glowing review. I did find the premise interesting and the characters compelling, but I also found that it was rather immature at times and repetitive. I also found that a lot of the plot was not explained which was a bit of a frustration, because it did have a lot of potential and Sanderson’s writing style is...well epic.

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