The Ghost Line by Andrew Neil Gray & J.S. Herbison Recommended! Published by Tor.com Publication Date : July 10th, 2017 Available as eBook & paperback – 73 Pages Source : NetGalley (Thank you!) Get Your Own Copy : Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Kobo The Ghost Line starts off reading a lot like every other… Continue reading Thoughts on The Ghost Line by Andrew Neil Gray & J.S. Herbison
Waking Gods by Slyvain Neuvel Highly Recommended! Published by Del Rey Publication Date : April 4th, 2017 Available as eBook & hardback – 320 Pages Source : NetGalley (Thank You!) Note! If you'd rather listen, a video review will be up on my YouTube channel! Link available in the sidebar! Last year I… Continue reading Thoughts on Waking Gods by Slyvain Neuvel
Maresi (The Red Abbey Chronicles #1) by Maria Turtschaninoff Highly Recommend! Published by Amulet Books Publication Date : January 3rd, 2016 Available as eBook & hardback - 265 Pages Source : NetGalley (thank you!) Only women and girls are allowed in the Red Abbey, a haven from abuse and oppression. Maresi, a thirteen-year-old novice there, arrived in the hunger winter and… Continue reading Thoughts: Maresi (The Red Abbey Chronicles #1) by Maria Turtschaninoff
I wasn’t planning on going to into depth on my recent read of Cocaine Blues by Kerry Greenwood. I enjoyed the snot out of that little book – but I didn’t really feel like I had too much to say on it yet. I decided to hunt down the TV show with fingers… Continue reading Initial Thoughts: Reading and Watching Miss Fisher/Phryne Fisher Mysteries
I definitely didn’t shake the spooky feeling after October. I was on a roll, even after Anna Dressed in Blood. So I picked up Slade House by David Mitchell, and oh man talk about spooky. It’s an shoot of his most recent hefty work of Bone Clocks which is waaaay up… Continue reading Mini Reviews : Volume 21
I did alright this past month! Not the best, all things considered, but I did get a lot of good books in. I also didn’t manage to shake the need for spooky books – so just heads up. I was clearly looking for horror that could be beaten when faced with what felt like unbeatable… Continue reading November Reading Wrap up!
The Family Plot by Cherie Priest Highly Recommend! Published by Tor Books Publication Date : September 20th, 2016 Available as eBook & hardback - 365 Pages Source : Library Chuck Dutton built Music City Salvage with patience and expertise, stripping historic properties and reselling their bones. Inventory is running low, so he's thrilled when Augusta Withrow appears in his… Continue reading Thoughts on The Family Plot by Cherie Priest