Book Review: Closer Than You Think, by Lee Maguire

Publication date: 22nd of October, 2018 Published by: TCK Publishing Pages: 314 ASIN: B07FZ9XFGF ORDER HERE Source: ARC Review Copy Description: Meet Bryce Davison, a gifted psychologist who can heal any troubled mind—except his own. You see, Bryce’s life is falling apart. His marriage is crumbling. His insomnia brings only half-sleep and troubled dreams—visions of dark and buried memories he’d rather forget or ignore completely. And the new … Continue reading Book Review: Closer Than You Think, by Lee Maguire

#BookReview: Happyland: A Fairy Tale in Two Parts, by Tes Mekonnen

Publication date: July 4, 2017 Pages: 150 – includes illustrations Order here Description  Would you like to court me to Happyland?” Prince Gobbledygook asks Lily Marshmallow and himself. Therein the journey begins to find Happyland. Follow him as he tries to define happiness with a little help from his friends, Big Wig Sophisticated Pig, Brutus Beaujolais and Cornelius Wordbook, a book-for-a-head English gentleman. Prince Gobbledygook … Continue reading #BookReview: Happyland: A Fairy Tale in Two Parts, by Tes Mekonnen

Why It’s Important Reviewing That Book You Just Read?

Lately, I had no time for reviewing any of the books I read over the last few months and I start feeling bad for it. Well, to be honest, when I could have a little time to write it down, I feel like all my energy is gone and I can’t even think of how to say what I feel about the book. About that … Continue reading Why It’s Important Reviewing That Book You Just Read?

Book Review: The Kind Worth Killing, by peter Swanson

Publication date: 11 January 2015 Published by: W. F. Howes Limited Pages: 409 Order here Description: Delayed in London, Ted Severson meets a woman at the airport bar. Over cocktails they tell each other rather more than they should, and a dark plan is hatched – but are either of them being serious, could they actually go through with it and, if they did, what … Continue reading Book Review: The Kind Worth Killing, by peter Swanson

Book Review: Dead Kings: The Dawnmaiden – by A. J. Wilson

Publication date: May, 2017 Pages: 449 Details:  Queen Evelina is the victorious hero of the war that freed her countrymen from tyrannical invaders and her own wicked father. She is revered by the people—mighty of arms, inspired by strategy and relentless in tenacity… thirsty of blood, towering with pride, and cemented in obstinance—she is feared by the people. Old enemies seek her ruin, the fall … Continue reading Book Review: Dead Kings: The Dawnmaiden – by A. J. Wilson

Free Book – Would you like to review it on my blog?

Hi, everyone!  I am a few hours away from my holiday and I just got the most awesome email. Joe Follansbee has a free book for us!! Awesome right? It is called The Mother Earth Insurgency and is the first book from The Tales of a Warming Planet’s Series. I will give you some details about it.  Description: What if you learned a terrorist might … Continue reading Free Book – Would you like to review it on my blog?

Book Review: Fractured Past, by D.E. Chapman

Publication date: July, 14th, 2017 Pages: 313 Genre: Fantasy/ Paranormal Details:  Alanna isn’t sure what she is anymore.  After the experiments, she’s cursed with a power she can’t control. Now, Alanna must seek out the very species that ruined her life; the talnarins. These creatures are capable of doing things no human can do, but she’s desperate for their help.  Alanna finds herself in an … Continue reading Book Review: Fractured Past, by D.E. Chapman

Book review: #3. The Black Path, Asa Larsson

Swedish Title: Svart Stig Romanian Title: Pontonul Negru ( I read this book translated in Romanian) Publication date: 2006 English Translation: 2008 Pages: 384 Details:  A grisly torture-murder, a haunting northern Sweden backdrop, and a dark drama of twisted sexuality collide memorably in Åsa Larsson’s masterpiece of suspense—a tale of menace, hope, longing, and darkness beyond imagining. The dead woman was found on a frozen lake, her … Continue reading Book review: #3. The Black Path, Asa Larsson

Book Review: #2 The Blood Spilt, by Asa Larsson

Swedish Title: Det blod som spillts Originally Published: 2004 English Translation: USA 2007  UK: 2008 Pages: 340 Details: It’s midsummer in Sweden—when the light lingers through dawn and a long, isolating winter finally comes to an end. In this magical time, a brutal killer has chosen to strike. A female priest—who made enemies and acolytes in equal number—has been found hanging in her church. And a … Continue reading Book Review: #2 The Blood Spilt, by Asa Larsson