On Wednesday, the last episode of season 2 of Serial Box’s Bookburners serial was published! This makes it the perfect time to binge read the whole season! With thirteen episodes available on e-book and audiobook, it’s a perfect weekend activity, whether you like to read or listen to your books. I’ll be honest, I’m only on episode six of season two right now, but one of the storylines is about a bunch of techno-cultists. Serial Box has made a playlist for us – “If you were a techno-cultist trying to take over the world…this is the playlist for you.” You can find… Read more »
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A big welcome to Megan Morgan who is here counting down her Top 10 Favorite Ghost Stories and celebrating the release of The Burning City, Siren Song #3 (published on July 5, 2016 by Lyrical Press). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget!
CITY OF WOLVES is an enjoyable novella. I loved the main character, the sense of humor, and the world building, but I felt there were some aspects that were unnecessary and distracting, something which is all the more obvious in a novella length piece, where every word counts.
THE MASKED CITY is an excellent follow-up to THE INVISIBLE LIBRARY, if a bit different. Whereas I would have described THE INVISIBLE LIBRARY as a mystery, THE MASKED CITY skips the mystery part and goes straight into spy thriller-esque action.
We’re very happy to take part in the blog tour celebrating the release of The Graces, (published on September 6, 2016 by Amulet Books). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget below. (3) THE GRACES and temporary tattoos The Graces by Laure Eve *These links are affiliate links Available on September 6, 2016 by Amulet Books Description: When a glamorous family of teenage witches brings a mysterious new girl into their fold, they unwittingly nurture a powerful black magic that could destroy them all. This paranormal YA fantasy features intrigue, spells, and a devastating twist. In The Graces, the… Read more »
I will admit it: I started reading DEJA WHO solely because it is set in Chicago. But I continued reading it for the originality, the wit, and the mystery. First in a new series, DEJA WHO is a huge departure for Davidson after the 15 book Undead series. Focusing on the prickly Leah, an Insighter, somebody who can see people’s past lives, the world is creative and original, the romance is sweet, and the mystery is nothing too scary.
A big welcome to Nina Croft who is here counting down her Top 10 Favorite Telepaths and celebrating the release of Unthinkable, Beyond Human #1 (published on September 5, 2016 by Entangled Publishing).
The Fly By Night series is quickly becoming one series I know I don’t want to miss. Though categorized as paranormal romance, FLIGHT FROM MAYHEM reads more like an urban fantasy with a romantic subplot, with the mystery taking center stage. The characters are really what shine, making FLIGHT FROM MAYHEM a super enjoyable read.
Every small glimpse each episode of Bookburners gives us into the past of the various characters is like a little treat for me, and in this episode, after getting a bit of Liam’s past in the previous episode, focused on Asanti, who easily is my favorite character.
A fun mixing of magic and technology, GHOSTS is one of the more interesting episodes of this season of Bookburners yet.