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I keep trying time-travel stories and while LOOP is the first one that left me with a vague sense that I understood what was going on in the various timelines, they still end up giving me something of a headache while I read them. I can’t help wondering if my struggle to keep up with what’s going on keeps me from fully engaging with the plot itself. As far as LOOP goes, I think that’s only half of it.
PENUMBRA continues the quick pacing and action of the previous two books in this series. I liked figuring out just exactly what Sam is and how she fits into the vast network of government clones running amok around the world. I loved discovering Sam’s powers along with her and how she learns about them was fascinating.
We’re here today with a short excerpt from the recently released REDEEMED (House of Night #12). Released on October 14, 2014 by St. Martin’s Griffin, it is available now! Don’t miss this final installment in the House of Night series! Excerpt from REDEEMED …Neferet beamed a smile at her Dark minions that was both exquisitely beautiful and terrifying. “I have an answer to our dilemma, children! The cage we created to hold Redbird was a weak, pathetic attempt at imprisonment. I have learned so much since that night. I have gained so much power—we have gained so much power. We… Read more »
Giveaway Alert courtesy of Darynda Jones celebrating the release of Seventh Grave and No Body, Charley Davidson #7 (published on October 21, 2014 by St. Martin’s Press). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget below. 1 copy of Seventh Grave and No Body Available on October 21, 2014 by St. Martin’s Press Description: Twelve. Twelve of the deadliest beasts ever forged in the fires of hell have escaped onto our plane, and they want nothing more than to rip out the jugular of Charley Davidson and serve her lifeless, mangled body to Satan for dinner. So there’s that. But Charley has more on… Read more »
If you’re a blogger interested in joining in on the commenting fun, fill out our Guest Commentator form here! Gold Runner: A Novella of Goblins, Theft, and Teenage Gods (The United States of Asgard) by Tessa Gratton Source: Goodreads Covers in Series N/A No Author Comment Available. Libbie Says Even though it looks more like the ice runner, this is a beautifully creepy cover. The ice-encrusted model is awesome and the look on his/her face is the thing of nightmares. Kristina Says Looks more like cold runner! *crickets chirp* No? I agree with Libbie that the ice covered model… Read more »
SEVENTH GRAVE AND NO BODY delivers exactly what readers have come to expect from the Charley Davidson series, with snark, sexiness and sweetness, all rolled up into one book. Those unfamiliar with the series may not want to start here, but if you’re caught up on the latest of Charley, I would suggest diving right in, so you don’t miss a single thing!
The best way to describe my feelings towards this series in general is love-hate. It felt even moreso while reading the third book, THE CURSE DEFIERS. It’s not a bad book, not even a bad series, it’s just becoming more and more obvious that it’s not for me.
With this being the second to the last book in the Monster Haven series, DEMONS IN MY DRIVEWAY spends a lot of time setting up for the end through big revelations and big changes for Zoey and her friends. The clever, quirky creatures and light moments help balance out the loads of death, near deaths, and losses that pervade this book. Its the loyalty and
Reminiscent of the many threads introduced in THE RAVEN BOYS, BLUE LILY, LILY BLUE once again widens the lens of this world to follow oh so many stories at once. With more of a focus on action than relationships, BLUE LILY covers significant ground, and yet, feels paradoxically shorter than its predecessors.