Written by Jeaniene Frost, Pack follows a woman who is attacked by a werewolf. It is a paranormal romance book. That is all that is to it. Oddly enough, I never thought a Novelette would be more than 3-5 chapters; this goes into double digit chapters. I enjoyed it. This is another book that I…Read more Pack: A Novelette Review
Written by Sarah Porter, this novel follows 14 year old Luce (pronounced loose) as she learns what it means to be a mermaid after she... died? Very short summary I know, but there isn't really a whole lot to this novel. It wasn't bad, and had some interesting ideas as to where mermaids come from…Read more Lost Voices: An Audio Book Review
Written by Kendare Blake, this novel is the second in the Three Dark Crowns series and follows the sisters as they progress to determine who will be queen. Things to note: I didn't read the first novel. When I was given this review copy I was unaware that this was part of a series. Second:…Read more One Dark Throne: A Book Review
Written by Darynda Jones, this is the first book in a series following Grim Reaper (in a new fashion) Charley Davidson (the female version of Harley Davidson? I still don't get this joke). At least, I think this is the first in the series. This is another book that IS NOT FOR CHILDREN. This is…Read more First Grave on the Right: An Audio Book Review
Written by Nate Blakrslee, this novel follows the wolves of Yellowstone and the lives that shaped them and whom they shaped. This IS a nonfiction work, and I greatly enjoyed it. I adore wolves. That is why I requested a review copy of this novel. Ever since the first time I watched Balto they have…Read more American Wolf: A Book Review
I am sorry, this just has not caught my attention. I made it past the first two chapters, and that will be all for me. The cover is beautiful, but the writing just has not captured my attention.
Yes, I could break this down into individual books. But, considering I read them all one right after the other, I think not. I read this whole series in 3 days between LAN activities. (That is a gaming parting, for those of you who don't know.) I read them all because the first book had…Read more The Goddess Test Series: A Series Review