Following an author from one series to another, especially in the same genre, can sometimes be a bit of a risk. After all, it’s not the same characters that you already fell in love with, not the same world, and who knows? You may not like the new characters and world building, or they might be so similar you get the two confused. Luckily, JINN AND JUICE is a great start to a new series, original and fun, that really shows Peeler knows what she’s doing.
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8 New Titles, 8 New Covers!
10 New Covers!
WITCH UPON A STAR, the third book in the Midnight Magic Mystery series, is really tough for me to write a review for. I have seriously conflicting feelings about the events of the book and while it was not poorly written, I think the content is a bit off-putting and not what one would expect from this author.
If you’re a blogger interested in joining in on the commenting fun, fill out our Guest Commentator form here! The Drafter (The Peri Reed Chronicles, #1) by Kim Harrison No Author Comment Available. Broke Crowns (The Internment Chronicles, #3) by Lauren DeStefano No Author Comment Available. Demon’s Vengeance: The Complete Final Asylum Tales by Jocelynn Drake No Author Comment Available. Blood Kiss (Black Dagger Legacy, #1) by J.R. Ward No Author Comment Available. Angelus (The Books of Raziel, #3) by Sabrina Benulis No Author Comment Available. Beastly Bones (Jackby, #2) by William Ritter No Author Comment Available. Marked (The… Read more »
Welcoming Spring with 33 new titles!
THE DIAMOND CONSPIRACY is full of steampunk awesomeness as I thought this whole series would be just from reading the story summary of PHOENIX RISING. It has everything from weird steampunk weapons and tricked out vehicles to intense action and some romance thrown in as well. Add a mad scientist doing creepy experiments and secrets upon secrets and this book is filled with so much delicious ideas.
With a series about cryptids who can kill you in very weird ways it was inevitable that a visit to Australia, a land of ten thousand things that can kill you if you look at them wrong; was in store for the Incryptid series. POCKET APOCALYPSE introduces werewolves into this world which from the perspective of someone who has read a ton of werewolf related books, seemed kind of mundane for this series.
If you’re a blogger interested in joining in on the commenting fun, fill out our Guest Commentator form here! Archangel’s Enigma (Guild Hunter, #8) by Nalini Singh No Author Comment Available. Born of Betrayal (The League,$9) by Sherrilyn Kenyon No Author Comment Available. Dark Ghost, Dark,#27) by Christine Feehan No Author Comment Available. The Revolution of Ivy (The Book of Ivy,#2) by Amy Angel No Author Comment Available. Winter (The Lunar Chronicles, #4) by Marissa Meyer No Author Comment Available. Queen of Shadows (Thorne of Glass, #4) Sarah J. Maas No Author Comment Available. Untamed (Splintered, #3.5) by A.G. Howard… Read more »
ARMAGEDDON RULES follows in FREE AGENT’s footsteps as an action-packed, roller-coaster ride of a novel, full of drama and never letting the reader catch a breath. While sometimes this works, in this case, the entire novel became a bit difficult to follow, with multiple plotlines and many similarly named characters offering the opportunity for confusion.