The Evaporation of Sofi Snow ~ Review

Hey guys! Um, long time no see, eh?? Uhahahahaha. Ha. Yeah. AAAAAAANYWAYS. Hello. 😉 So, today I'm reviewing a much anticipated read for many peoples (but only if you're of this Earth): The Evaporation of Sofi Snow (the first in the series of its namesake) by Miss Mary Weber. Please do enjoy! What I liked:... Continue Reading →

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Back to Our Regularly Scheduled Program

Friends - happy Tuesday! Because it's a Tuesday. Uh, huh. Yep. Anyways, today I have a double review post, since I have two review books today. 😉 The two books are Unfolding (a mystery standalone) by Jonathan Friesen, and Eleanor (a ... some kind of contemporary ... magical realism, maybe?) by Jason Gurley. Enjoy! Jonah wishes... Continue Reading →

The Invoice – Jonas Karlsson

Hey guys! So, it's late (again), so I'm just hurrying and writing this. With out rereading it (yes, I usually do that). Oops. Enjoy! Oh, the book is The Invoice by Jonas Karlsson. Hilarious, profound, and achingly true-to-life, Jonas Karlsson’s novel explores the true nature of happiness through the eyes of hero you won’t soon forget A... Continue Reading →

Don’t take the- She took the red Bible.

Hello everyone! Let's get right into it, shall we? Today is a Christian dystopian called Counted Worthy by Leah E. Good. Heather Stone lives in fear of repeating the past, yet she continues doing the one thing that could trigger another disaster. When the police trace an illegal Bible to her house, Heather’s world begins to crumble.... Continue Reading →

A Cold Enemy Rises from a Long Sleep

Hello, my minions!! (Man, I really need to find a new way to start a post, other then saying hello in multiple ways/languages) Today I am reviewing Xsardis, the final book in the Chronicles of Xsardis, by Jessie Mae Hodsdon. (You can find my first two reviews here: Issym and here: Asandra.)    Neither defeating a dragon... Continue Reading →

The Ankulen

Today I'm doing The Ankulen by Kendra E. Ardnek. Hope you enjoy my review!! (and of course the book if you get it/have read it.) Fifteen-year-old Jen can't remember her imagination. She knows she had one once, though, and honestly, she'd like it back. It's been eight years. One day she finds a young boy who... Continue Reading →

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