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03.24.2015

God Save the Queen by Kate Locke

I’m taking a reading circle class this semester in order to fill up semester hours and this book is one of the required readings. Normally, I dislike any book that I have my nose forced into, simply because it’s a book I didn’t pick at my own leisure, and initially that was the case with [...]

03.9.2015

Unbound by: Jim Hines

Unbound was an awesome novel. It leave the option of a fourth novel, which Hines better follow through. I love all the twist and turns Hines has carefully paced to keep a reader interested and the story page turning.

11.13.2014

Magisterium by Jeff Hirsch

A very intruding read. Seeing how this world is divided, and how items will fall to work when moving over a simple line marking two different places was quite interesting. I didn’t like how Hirsch ended this book. I didn’t see it as a solution to any problem that was created/presented within the plot.

10.20.2014

Breath of Iron By Kate Cross

An awesome steampunk novel. It is the third book in this series (Clockwork Agents). I love how the suspense is built up over the course of the book and how neatly Cross wraps up. She  leaves room for more novels; however there doesn’t have to be anymore. Cross does an excellent job at describing a [...]

06.11.2013

The Darkest Mind by: Alexandra Bracken

The mind is indeed a powerful tool, it is where secrets, thoughts, and dreams are held. Bracken shows how dangerous the mind can be, and how the darkest of minds have light and abilities that are controlled and uncontrolled.  With the youth having extraordinary powers fighting for a place with choices. Besides, what is the [...]

02.28.2013

The Language of Flowers By Vanessa Diffenbaugh

This was not my first choice to read; however, it has been an interesting read. I loved the dual story lines.  The different time frames that we see between Victoria’s life helps the character become more alive and real. I do not care for the ending of the novel, it was way to quick. However [...]

02.27.2013

Batgirl Vol. 1: The Darkest Reflection (The New 52) by Gail Simone

In the new 52 DC series, it has been three years since Batgirl was in a wheelchair. She is now able to walk again, and has even picked the cape and cowl back up. She is now dealing with a new foe that is targeting people that should have died in one case or another [...]

01.8.2013

Enchanted By: Alethea Kontis

Its like the master of fairy tales. It blends soo many nursery rhymes and fairy tales together with a good plot and a wonderful story. I have enjoyed reading this book.  

01.3.2013

Thief’s Covenant By: Ari Marmell

The cover captivated me, and the synopsis was intriguing.  The plot however was the most unique part of the book. I was not written in an orderly timeline, it would go from two years ago to present to six years ago to four years ago, and so forth. However it was a great way to [...]

12.21.2012

The Chase by Diann Mills

The ending was great, however I was sorely disappointed on the beginning of book.  I loved the way the case was unraveling, however the two main characters seem to not be very developed until almost the end of the book, which seemed out of place.

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