Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Review: Nightmare At Camp Forrestwood: A Young Adult Whodunit by Kelli Sue Landon


 Nightmare at Camp Forrestwood: A Young Adult Whodunit 

Book: Nightmare At Camp Forrestwoood: A Young Adult Whodunit
Author: Kelli Sue Landon
Publisher: Outskirts Press
Rating: 3 Stars
Level: Young Adult
Source: Paperback Review Copy

Summary from Goodreads: 
It's time for the Madison High senior class camping trip New student, Holly Jenson, is looking forward to a weekend out with friends, especially Matt Ifft, her secret crush. Little does she know there is a killer among the group. When people start getting bumped off, Holly, Matt, and the rest of the teens must escape the camp while dodging the killer's wrath.

My Review:
Nightmare at Camp Forrestwood is a quick read with a lot packed into it. You will not want to put it down once you start reading it. It is full of mystery and suspense.

Holly, a senior in high school is a new student at Madison High. She hasn't made many friends and is excited to go camping with the senior class. She talks her friend Erin who is kind of an outcast into going to even though she is pretty much against it. They are not allowed to take cell phones or any kind of electronic devices on this trip. They are going to stay at Camp Forrestwood, a place with some gruesome stories. The first night while they are having a campfire things really start to pick up with the story. People start coming up missing and then are found dead. Who is the killer and who will end up dead?

The author is such a great storyteller. I felt like I was right there camping with everyone. I could imagine myself being in that scene looking over my shoulder the whole time. This is the second book that I have read by this author. Let me tell you she writes some great mysteries. I could not figure out who the killer was and was quite shocked when they were revealed at the end. There is lots of mystery and suspense. Just to add one more thing that I liked...I thought the way the author brought the characters together was great. Sometimes in high school, people are separated by who they are, jocks, geeks, etc. When things started going wrong, this didn't matter, everyone stuck together.

I'm a fan of this author and look forward to see what she is going to come up with next. This book was provided to me by the author and/or publisher for review. This did not affect my review in any way. 

Connect with the author: Goodreads  Website  Facebook  Twitter  

Purchase the book: Amazon  Book Depository  


Monday, January 28, 2013

Vampire Valentine by Amy Maurer Jones Cover Reveal & More



Amy Maurer Jones, author of Wildflower and The Soul Quest Trilogy, is planning to release something new on or near Valentine’s Day!



Synopsis
How is it that vampires, werewolves and witches always manage to become glamorized in Hollywood? They are forever portrayed as the overwhelmingly gorgeous, record-breaking athletic types with off-the-chart SAT scores! This is such a load of crap. Let’s be honest with ourselves for a minute. It’s never easy being different, even under normal circumstances. Now, factor in the reality that your DNA is something far from human and imagine yourself wandering the halls of an ordinary mortal high school. You still think this would be cool, right? Well, you would be dead wrong (no pun intended). Take it from someone who can claim this miserable fate, it totally sucks!
The name’s Rhapsody Ripper and I am a freshman at Mundane High. Everyone in my school hates me and my two best friends, Hardy Hunter and Samantha Spell. Why? The answer is very simple. We’re freaks of nature, complete outcasts. We’re para-ab-normal misfits and we don’t fit in. Our peers go out of their way to avoid us on a regular basis but today something happened that has never ever happened before.
One of them was nice to me. Actually, he was much more than nice. With only five days remaining until Valentine’s Day, Reese Good, the deliciously warm-blooded star quarterback, invited me to the Sweetheart Dance. Maybe this year I won’t have to spend the holiday invented by a greeting card company alone.

Character Profiles
Rhapsody Ripper – Blond and beautiful, even with crooked fangs, this brace-faced vampire is a hopeless romantic. She’s had her sights set on winning the affection of the handsome star quarterback of the Mundane High’s varsity football team and has finally captured his attention. Just when she thinks things are going her way her life becomes very complicated.

Hardy Hunter – This werewolf is an asset to Mundane High’s football team as long as he doesn’t get distracted or lose his temper. His loyalty to his friends is unwavering even when he becomes jealous and envious of attention they receive that he doesn’t. More than anything this guy just wants to fit in and be accepted.

Samantha Spell – This witch can’t master her spells or earn passing grades in her classes at Mundane High. Not only does she fail to fit in with the humans but she fears she’ll never get the hang of being a witch. This chick is in dire need of a serious boost in self-esteem.

Want to learn more about Amy Maurer Jones and her books?





Friday, January 25, 2013

Feature and Follow

FF 2012 Feature and Follow #133 
Increase Blog Followers, gain Book Blog Followers and make new friends with the Book Blogger Feature & Follow! If this is your first time here, welcome! You are about to make some new friends and gain new followers — but you have to know — the point of this hop is to follow other bloggers also. I follow you, you follow me.
The Feature & Follow is hosted by TWO hosts, Parajunkee of Parajunkee’s View and Alison of Alison Can Read. Each host will have their own Feature Blog and this way it’ll allow us to show off more new blogs!


Q:  What is the last book that kept you up late into the night just to finish it?

A: The Monster Apocalypse (Grisly High #3) by Brian Rowe

I love this trilogy, it's so good.  You can read my review here 

 

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Review: Sudden Moves: A Young Adult Mystery by Kelli Sue Landon

Sudden Moves: A Young Adult Mystery 

Book: Sudden Moves: A Young Adult Mystery
Author: Kelli Sue Landon
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Rating: 4 Stars
Level: Young Adult
Source: Paperback Review Copy

Summary from Goodreads:

When Katie Brashers announces to her friends that she's headed to Orlando, Florida, for spring break, no one thinks twice. But when school resumes and Katie is nowhere to be found, her sixteen-year-old classmate and friend, Michelle Martin, grows suspicious.The school staff claims that the family moved to Florida, but Michelle doesn't buy it. First, Katie never said goodbye to her devoted boyfriend, Brad; and second, Katie still has a treasured family book Michelle gave her to read-a book Katie promised to return. Something doesn't make sense.Michelle and her best friend, Tami, team up with Brad to investigate the family's disappearance, but it's not easy. Not only do they have to dodge Michelle's demanding, nosey mother, but they also have to sneak around the neighborhood while avoiding arrest for trespassing. After talking to neighbors and looking inside the house, they still have nothing but circumstantial evidence.Michelle is about ready to give up-until she takes her dog for their daily walk and uncovers a concrete clue. The clue leads her closer to the truth, but also thrusts her into dangerous circumstances beyond her control. If she isn't careful, Michelle could end up like Katie-gone without a trace.

My Review:
 
Sudden Moves is a young adult fast paced mystery thriller. I was pleasantly surprised while reading this. I haven't read a mystery in a while and this one was hard to put down.

It starts out with the disappearance of Katie during spring break. None of the teachers or parents are to concerned with this, they all believe that she moved to Florida with her family. Michelle is worried and tries to find her. She loaned a book to Katie without her mom's permission and she needs to get it back. Brad, Katie's boyfriend is wondering why she never said goodbye. One day while walking her dog, Michelle comes across some clues about the disappearance. She wants to find out what is going on. She enlists the help of Brad and her best friend Tami. Things start to become more complicated and then Michelle discovers a body in the backyard of the house where Katie lived. Oh I just want to go on and on with all the details but that would ruin it for you all.

This is a quick read but it is filled with so much excitement. I didn't want to put it down. There is some hints of romance, lots of action, mystery, twists and turns. When I thought I had something figured out the author turned it around. I really enjoyed the characters and the story itself. The story focuses mainly on the plot and not a lot on the characters. This was a great story and I look forward to reading more from this author.

This book was provided to me for review. This did not affect my review in any way. 

Connect with the author: Goodreads  Website  Facebook  Twitter  

Purchase the book:  Amazon  Book Depository  

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Review: The Sword Guest (Dragon's Pupils #1) by Martin Chu Shui

The Sword Guest (Dragon's Pupils, #1) 

Book: The Sword Guest (Dragon's Pupils #1) 
Author: Martin Chu Shui
Publisher: Martin Chu Shui
Rating: 3 Stars
Level: Young Adult
Source: e-book Review Copy

Summary from Goodreads:

The story centers on Liz, born of half Australian and of half Chinese descent. Growing up in Australia, she isnt very interested in her fathers ancient Chinese stories. She is concerned with problems that are far more contemporary such as environmental issues, and particularly her friends handsome brother who is an environmental activist. But her disinterest in Chinese culture changes when her two worlds collide, after a catastrophic accident sets thousands of ancient monsters loose near her home. Suddenly Liz must learn many new skills and call on all of her Chinese heritage if she is to prevent the monsters from destroying Earth. Helped by her twin brother and best friend, Liz sets out to discover why the monsters exist and how to stop them. When she is injured in a battle, she must travel to China to seek a cure that is spiritual as much as it is physical. But can she find the old man who can help her before the monsters catch her? How will she manage in a country that is so strange and yet so familiar? And can she learn enough about a world she has ignored to stop the monsters in time?

My Review:
 
The Sword Guest was a fun and interesting read. I wasn't sure at first what I thought of this but by the end I enjoyed reading it.

Liz, her twin brother Henry and their friend Sue are 14 years old. In their spare time they take karate lessons and are concerned with environmental issues. Since they can remember Liz and Henry have been listening to their father's stories about Chinese culture. One day when they are out enjoying a picnic with their families they find out that things are not what they thought. They discover things about their karate teacher, themselves and their culture. As the story goes along Liz leaves Australia for a few days to see what she can find out in China. This all leads up to the dramatic ending. Will they be able to save their families and themselves? I don't want to give anything away so I suggest you read it, I think you'll enjoy it.

This is geared to a younger reader but I'm in my 30's and I enjoyed it. It was somewhat of a change from what I normally read. This did not have romance which I love in books but it was not needed in this one. There was not a lot of character background or development but the action and adventure kept me happily reading to the end.

This e-book was provided to me by the author for review. This did not affect my review in any way. 

Connect with the author: Goodreads   

Purchase the book (Was free when I was getting this post ready):  Amazon  

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Teaser Tuesdays

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:
• Grab your current read
• Open to a random page
• Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
• BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
• Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

My Teasers:

"I'd say let's see, but I wanna know what happened to Chad, "Tony said. "Did he attack Matt or something?"

Nightmare at Camp Forrestwood: A Young Adult Whodunitpg. 40 ~ Nightmare At Camp Forrestwood: A Young Adult Whodunit by Kelli Sue Landon

Monday, January 21, 2013

Guest Post: Resa Nelson

Please welcome Resa Nelson to Fantasy Book Chick


How My Dragonslayer Series Came About by Resa Nelson
Before any of my novels were published, I got my start as a short story writer.  My stories were published in fantasy, science fiction, and horror magazines and anthologies.  Many years ago I thought I was done with one short story (called “The Dragonslayer's Sword”) as soon as it was published in Science Fiction Age magazine.

I had no idea that it would evolve into a 4-book fantasy series.

Like much of my work, I wrote “The Dragonslayer's Sword” to deal with an experience in my life that upset me.  I often write to work through my problems and my feelings.  I had been propositioned by a married man who had two young children, which left me feeling like a thing, not a human being.  I decided to write a story about a woman who experienced something similar, but I wanted her to feel the weight of the world on her shoulders.  So in my short story, she's a blacksmith who makes swords for dragonslayers.  When the local dragonslayer (who is also her sweetheart) goes missing without explanation, a foreigner steps in to fill his shoes.  It's this foreign dragonslayer who propositions my female blacksmith, Astrid.  He makes it clear that if she doesn't do as he asks, he'll walk away and leave her village at risk.  She knows people might die if she rejects this dragonslayer, and in the short story she comes up with a unique solution to her problem that works in an unexpected way.
Two years after my story was published, it ranked 2nd in that magazine's Readers Top Ten Poll.  My editor also forwarded a letter he'd received from a B. Dalton bookstore manager who said customers kept coming into his store wanting to buy my Dragonslayer novel but he couldn't figure out how to order it for them.

That's because I hadn't written a Dragonslayer novel.  I'd only written the short story.  But I realized that I should seriously consider turning the short story into a book.

At the same time, I decided that I would only do so if I came up with an idea that I felt was worth turning into a novel.  I never want to waste my readers' time.  Instead, I want them to enjoy my books and feel they're worth the time to read.

I spent several years mulling over different ideas for turning the short story into a novel but didn't like any of them.  I even tried turning one idea into a screenplay, but it didn't work at all.  So I gave up on the idea.

One summer I thought about it once more.  I've always been a huge fan of Viking culture, and I began to wonder what it would be like if the story took place in a Viking-like world.  I'd traveled in Scandinavia and began thinking about some of the things I'd seen and learned while traveling.  I decided to read Beowulf and began to wonder what would happen if Beowulf had left behind a family and children when he died.  What if Beowulf had a granddaughter who never knew he'd existed?  And what if the story of Beowulf wasn't quite what we think it is?

All of these ideas came crashing together.  I began to see the story and what would happen to Astrid.  I cried, thinking, “How can I let such horrible things happen to her?”

That's when I knew I had an idea worth writing.  While writing the novel version of The Dragonslayer's Sword, I realized there was so much going on in the story and in the world I'd created that it wouldn't fit in one book.  So the short story that became a novel turned into a four-book series.

If you'd like to sample my work for free, you can download a free “mini” ebook called “Dragonslayer Stories” from my website at http://www.resanelson.com/files.  It includes the original short story version of “The Dragonslayer's Sword.”  No cost, no obligation, nothing to sign up for, no information gathering.  I like giving away samples of my work so you can decide for yourself whether you like it or not.  


Synopsis for The Dragonslayer's Sword (Book 1)
For Astrid, a blacksmith who makes swords for dragonslayers, the emergence of a strange gemstone from her body sets in motion a chain of events that threaten to destroy her life. Her happiness is shattered when her lover--the dragonslayer--disappears without a trace, and the life that she knows and loves implodes without warning.
Astrid lives in a world of shapeshifters whose thoughts have the power to change not only themselves but others. Everything Astrid knows to be true is called into question when she learns the truth about her past and the mysterious family from which she was separated as a child.
Reality turns inside out as Astrid gradually learns the truth about the people she loves as well as those she disdains. With the fate of dragons, ghosts, and slaves in foreign lands resting on her shoulders, Astrid faces the challenge of deciding who she is and how she will stand up inside her own skin. Will she withdraw and hide from the world that has disappointed her so much...or will she rise to lead others to freedom and peace?


Synopsis for The Iron Maiden (Book 2)
Astrid is reluctant to travel the winter route beyond the Northlands, even though it's her duty. She'd rather stay home in her village, surrounded by friends and neighbors. Ignoring the bonds of tradition, she decides to spend the cold winter months in the warmth of her blacksmithing shop. Why should she leave the comfort of her cottage to serve and protect foreigners who might raid and harm her native Northlands?
Everything changes when a traveling merchant steals Starlight, the first dragonslayer's sword Astrid forged and her last link to her sweetheart DiStephan. Having no time to alert her friends, Astrid races in pursuit of the merchant, determined to reclaim Starlight as her own and return home in time for dinner. Instead, her quest leads her to new lands, unexpected friendships with foreigners, and a harrowing encounter with the damage done by the followers of a new god that considers women as nothing more than servants to men. All the while, she must be ready to face any dragon traveling the winter route.
In Book 2 of the Dragonslayer series, Astrid must learn that deciding who she is isn't a decision she can make just once. It's a decision she must make every day.


Synopsis for The Stone of Darkness (Book 3)
In Book 3 of the Dragonslayer series, Astrid accepts her duty and follows the winter route--until she's bitten by a dragon. Everyone knows dragon bites are poisonous and deadly, so she reluctantly accepts her impending death. In a twist of fate, she survives. Desperate for an explanation, Astrid believes she has somehow been protected by the black stone she keeps with her at all times, a stone that emerged from the sole of her foot a year ago.

Determined to find out what the stone is and what kind of powers it possesses, Astrid begins a journey that leads her to alchemists and an army of men under the rule of the powerful warrior, Mandulane, the acting lord of the Krystr army. Mandulane's mission is to spread the word of the new god Krystr, which preaches the evil intent of women and the danger they pose to all men, who are entitled to dominate the world. Rumors about this new god and army have spread, but Astrid is the first Northlander to encounter them.

Soon, she stumbles upon a secret of a far-reaching and mind-numbing plot that will impact the entire world. Astrid must find a way to spread the news of this threat and protect her people and everyone else at risk. She's convinced the answer lies inside the Stone of Darkness, and she must find a way to understand the stone and the powers she's convinced it must hold before it's too late.


Synopsis for The Dragon's Egg (Book 4)
In the fourth and final book of the Dragonslayer series, Mandulane's army is poised to attack the Northlands in the name of a powerful god, but in truth Mandulane is using the act of spreading this new faith as a way to disguise his own personal greed and hunger for power.
Astrid has succeeded in warning her beloved country of imminent danger, and the Northlanders scramble to set up a clever defense, never realizing a spy in their midst is poised to take critical information directly to Mandulane.
After sacrificing herself in order to set her brother Drageen free for the sake of protecting the Northlands, Astrid finds herself controlled by the stone of light.  Although it forces her path of destiny, Astrid learns she must make one final choice about who she wants to be.
Most important of all, her new sweetheart Trep encounters a dragon that entrusts him with the care of a dragon's egg.  Trep embraces a dangerous journey and accepts the duty of protecting the unhatched dragon, knowing that its safety could impact the fate of the entire world.

A little about Resa...
Resa Nelson's first novel, The Dragonslayer's Sword, was nominated for the Nebula Award and was also a Finalist for the EPPIE Award. This medieval fantasy novel is based on a short story first published in the premiere issue of Science Fiction Age magazine and ranked 2nd in that magazine's first Readers Top Ten Poll. The Dragonslayer's Sword is Book 1 in her 4-book Dragonslayer series, which also includes The Iron Maiden (Book 2), The Stone of Darkness (Book 3), and The Dragon's Egg (Book 4).
Resa's standalone novel, Our Lady of the Absolute, is a fantasy/mystery/thriller about a modern-day society based on ancient Egypt. Midwest Book Review gave this book a 5-star review, calling it "a riveting fantasy, very highly recommended."
She has been selling fiction professionally since 1988. She is a longtime member of SFWA (Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America) and is a graduate of the Clarion SF Workshop.  Resa was also the TV/Movie Columnist for Realms of Fantasy magazine for 13 years and was a contributor to SCI FI magazine. She has sold over 200 articles to magazines in the United States and the United Kingdom.
Resa lives in Massachusetts.  Visit her website at http://www.resanelson.com.

Where you can connect with Resa and purchase her books... 

Resa's website:  http://www.resanelson.com 

Free “mini” ebook of Dragonslayer short stories:  http://www.resanelson.com/files



Twitter:  @ResaNelson


Ebooks ($4.99 each) are available directly from Mundania Press at:  http://mundania.com/author.php?author=Resa+Nelson (get a 10% discount at checkout with the coupon code MP10)

Paperbacks are available from Mundania Press, Amazon, and Barnes&Noble:
http://mundania.com/author.php?author=Resa+Nelson (get a 10% discount at checkout with the coupon code MP10)




Friday, January 18, 2013

Feature & Follow

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Increase Blog Followers, gain Book Blog Followers and make new friends with the Book Blogger Feature & Follow! If this is your first time here, welcome! You are about to make some new friends and gain new followers — but you have to know — the point of this hop is to follow other bloggers also. I follow you, you follow me.

The Feature & Follow is hosted by TWO hosts, Parajunkee of Parajunkee’s View and Alison of Alison Can Read. Each host will have their own Feature Blog and this way it’ll allow us to show off more new blogs!

Q: Who is your favorite villain from a book?

 

A: My favorite villain from a book is Valentine Morgenstern from The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare.  He is one evil guy/rebel shadowhunter.  Valentine is just one of those villains that you just love to hate.

 

Who is your favorite villain from a book?



Thursday, January 17, 2013

In my mailbox

Prince of Wolves (The Grey Wolves, #1) 

On Raven's Wings (Hell Bent/Heaven Sent #1) 
Signs and Portents (Hell Bent/Heaven Sent #2) 

The Defiler's Throne (Hell Bent/Heaven Sent #3) 
Infliction (Hell Bent/Heaven Sent #4) 
 Metamorphosis (Hell Bent/Heaven Sent #5) 

In my mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by Kristy @ The Story Siren

This past week I downloaded for free on Amazon (e-book):
Prince of Wolves (The Grey Wolves #1) by Quinn Loftis

This past week I purchased the entire series by Isobel Lucas (e-books):
On Raven's Wings (Hell Bent/Heaven Sent #1)
  Signs and Portents (Hell Bent/Heaven Sent #2)  
Infliction (Hell Bent/Heaven Sent #4)

What did you get this week?

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Teaser Tuesdays

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:
• Grab your current read
• Open to a random page
• Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
• BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
• Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

My Teasers: 
The Sword Guest (Dragon's Pupils, #1) 
"You didn't 'overhear' our conversation.  It was performed for you specially.

65% on Kindle ~ The Sword Guest (Dragon's Puplis #1) by Martin Chu Shui

Monday, January 14, 2013

It's Monday! What Are Your Reading?

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Last week I read:
The Monster Apocalypse (Grisly High #3) by Brian Rowe

The Monster Apocalypse (Grisly High #3)

This week I'm reading:
The Sword Guest (Dragon's Pupils #1) by Martin Chu Shui

The Sword Guest (Dragon's Pupils, #1)

Next I'm going to read: Sudden Moves by Kelli Sue Landon

Sudden Moves: A Young Adult Mystery 

What are you reading?


Friday, January 11, 2013

Feature & Follow

FF 2012 Feature and Follow #131 

Q: If you could choose one supernatural being/creature to really exists what would it be and why? ex. fae { submitted by @SeeingNight }

A: I would love to meet a supernatural being/creature.  Vampires, as long as they are not too scary.  Werewolves, I think that would be cool to see in person.  I would really love to meet a faery.  I mean how cool would that be.  I love reading about them, they are so interesting to me.

What would you choose?

 

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Review: The Monster Apocalypse (Grisly High #3) by Brian Rowe

The Monster Apocalypse by Brian  Rowe 

Book: The Monster Apocalypse (Grisly High #3)
Author: Brian Rowe
Publisher: Brian Rowe/Createspace
Rating: 5 Stars
Level: Young Adult
Source: e-book Review Copy

Summary from Goodreads: 
Do you like ghosts? Or witches? Or aliens? Or werewolves? They're all here... just in time... for the Monster Apocalypse!

Brin Skar thought she defeated the vampires, and she thought she escaped the zombies, but as it turns out... the horrors have only just begun.

When Brin learns that Droz has kidnapped Paul, as well as her own mother, she decides her only choice is to return to Bodie Ghost Town. Joined by Ash, Anaya, Mr. Barker, and others, she sets out to destroy the evil clan leader... in the grisliest showdown of all.

Here it is... the epic final chapter of the Grisly High trilogy!

My Review:
The Monster Apocalypse is a rollarcoaster ride of humor, gore, romance and monsters.

In this one, Brin and her friends are first hiding out at Grisly High after their encounter with the zombies at the golf course. When they find their former teacher Mr. Barker they all decide that they need to get out of there away from the zombies. Paul, a vampire who has been staying with Brin and Brin's mom have been taken by Paul's evil vampire father Droz. He wants to make Brin's mom a vampire and his bride. They need to go back to Bodie Ghost Town to rescue them before it's too late.

This is where the adventure starts. Their road trip to Bodie is filled with excitement, humor and tmi (too much information) moments. I found myself laughing out loud a lot of the time. Along the way we get to meet some new and interesting characters. They come across a troll, a witch, a werewolf and some aliens. But lets not forget the vampires and zombies.

Anaya, who we met in the first book, has become a favorite character of mine. Although I really didn't like her in the first book, she has come a long way. The things she says and does is just too funny. Then there is Brin's best friend Ash, who loves to quote movies. And who can not like Brin, she never gives up and is just an all around great character.

Brian Rowe has such an imagination, his books are so unique. I have been reading his books for a while and he never disappoints. This e-book was provided to me by the author for review. This did not affect my review in any way.

Connect with the author: Goodreads  Blog  Twitter  Facebook  

Purchase the book: Amazon