Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames || Buddy Read Discussion

Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames || Buddy Read Discussion

Hello beautiful people! So ... August of 2019, Chaz @ Life of Chaz and I decided to buddy read Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames. As you can see, it's December now. Honestly, life just got in the way for both of us (mainly me) so this fell on the back-burner. But I can DEFINITELY [...]

Lexi’s War by Rosie James || Mini ARC Review

Lexi’s War by Rosie James || Mini ARC Review

"In Cecilia's opinion, her daughter was still a child, far too young to be assuming any financial responsibility. There was plenty of time for all that." Synopsis: A family at breaking point. A nation at war… 1914. Young Lexi doesn’t want much – just her family’s happiness. She’s been working all the hours she can [...]

Kill Code by Clive Fleury || ARC Review

Kill Code by Clive Fleury || ARC Review

"Taking a deep breath, I ripped the envelope open and pulled out an official- looking letter. I scanned the note quickly as Max peered over my shoulder. 'Well?'" Synopsis: WHEN THE OCEANS RISE...THE TRUTH DROWNS. It's the year 2031. Our future. Their present. A world decimated by climate catastrophe, where the sun's heat is deadly [...]

For the Blood is the Life by Joe Albanese || ARC Review

For the Blood is the Life by Joe Albanese || ARC Review

"Then he took a final breath, and his eyes closed." Synopsis: Evan Summers is a detective with a shameful past, a muddled present, and an uncertain future. While investigating a series of gruesome murders and trying to battle his alcoholism, Summers will try to reconnect with his young son. But when a break in the [...]

Cocktails with a Dead Man by Joe Albanese || Book Review

Cocktails with a Dead Man by Joe Albanese || Book Review

"For simply being, the world should thank you." Joe Albanese’s collection of poetry in Cocktails with a Deadman beautifully captures the rawness and realness of the multiple moments most of us experience in our lives. From the inability to find work in our high unemployment rate to the desire for something more in life, Albanese [...]

Book Review: Invitation to Poetry by Mihai Brinas

Book Review: Invitation to Poetry by Mihai Brinas

"i leave taking with me the sadness of so many books left unread" Eloquent and memorizing, Brinas' Invitation to Poetry invites readers to experience a number of emotions through the simplicity of the written word. A collection of 61 brilliantly written poems, Brinas discusses a wide range of topics that are incredibly relatable and relevant to the [...]

Book Review: Time Crawlers by Varun Sayal

Book Review: Time Crawlers by Varun Sayal

"Sin is geographical." A collection of six uniquely fascinating and diverse Sci-Fi short stories, Varun Sayal's Time Crawlers provides an interesting take on the complexity of the university and intrigue regarding parallel worlds. From magic lamps to disturbingly dark societal practices, Time Crawlers provides entertainment for a wide audience. Title: Time Crawlers Author: Varun Sayal Goodreads: Link! Age Group [...]

Book Review: Dark Wine at Sunrise by Jenna Barwin

Book Review: Dark Wine at Sunrise by Jenna Barwin

"...with your itty-bitty...little bat...fangs." Title: Dark Wine at Sunrise (A Hill Vampire Novel #2) Author: Jenna Barwin Goodreads: Link! Age Group & Genre(s): Adult, Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Romance Point of View: Alternating Third Person Pace: Fast-paced Publisher: Hidden Depths Publishing Publication Date: 2018 Format: eBook; ARC Pages: 447 Research scientist Cerissa [...]

Book Review: The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh

"If it was true that moss did not have roots, and maternal love could grow spontaneously, as if from nothing, perhaps I had been wrong to believe myself unfit to raise my daughter. Perhaps the unattached, the unwanted, the unloved, could grow to give love as lushly as anyone else." Title: The Language of Flowers [...]

Book Review: Animal Farm by George Orwell

Book Review: Animal Farm by George Orwell

“All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.” A grim and twisted rendition of the Russian Revolution and Stalin's rise to power, George Orwell's Animal Farm is a magnificent classic that continues to amaze readers over 50 years past its original release. Tired of taking demands from the human farmer Mr. Jones, the [...]