Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Not Alone by Craig A. Falconer

Not AloneNot Alone by Craig A. Falconer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a long book, and thank heavens for that! This isn't a story you can tell in a few chapters. The question as to whether we are alone is well and truly answered here, and in such a way it all makes sense. I thoroughly enjoyed and applauded the author's investigations into the psyche of politicians and ordinary folk, as well as conspiracy theorists. If for no other reason than to discover how we would react to this knowledge, this is worth a read. As a story, though, it's excellent. Highly recommend you grab yourself a copy.

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Bitter Bliss by Juliann Whicker

Bitter Bliss: Rosewood Academy of Witches and Mages (Darkly Sweet Book 3)Bitter Bliss: Rosewood Academy of Witches and Mages by Juliann Whicker
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Having read the first two in this series, I needed to find out what happens next. At the time Bitter Bliss was on pre-order and I got my copy, and counted the days until it delivered to my kindle. Again, I devoured this installment! The story just gets better and better. I'm waiting now with bated breath for the next book :)

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Dread Delight by Juliann Whicker

Dread Delight: Rosewood Academy for Witches and Mages (Darkly Sweet Book 2)Dread Delight: Rosewood Academy for Witches and Mages by Juliann Whicker
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

After book one, I simply couldn't wait to read this, and lapped it up as well. These teenagers are clever and twisted, and I raced through it. Another must read!

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Darkly Sweet by Juliann Whicker

Darkly Sweet: Rosewood Academy for Witches and MagesDarkly Sweet: Rosewood Academy for Witches and Mages by Juliann Whicker
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I picked this up as a freebie, and LOVED it!! Seriously, I ignored every other project I had on the go to read it. Love the attitudes and the strangeness and darkness and complications. So much so, I bought the next book. A must read!

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NOMAD by Matthew Mather

Nomad (Nomad, #1)Nomad by Matthew Mather
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Fantastic read! Edge of seat stuff, while waiting for the world to end. A scientific thriller of note and definitely worth grabbing a copy.

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