Monday, February 29, 2016

The Solitude of Prime Numbers

6613956A prime number can only be divided by itself or by one—it never truly fits with another. Alice and Mattia, both "primes," are misfits who seem destined to be alone. Haunted by childhood tragedies that mark their lives, they cannot reach out to anyone else. When Alice and Mattia meet as teenagers, they recognize in each other a kindred, damaged spirit.
But the mathematically gifted Mattia accepts a research position that takes him thousands of miles away, and the two are forced to separate. Then a chance occurrence reunites them and forces a lifetime of concealed emotion to the surface.

*May Contain Spoilers*
Paolo Giordano writes a powerful and gripping novel about two misfits who seem to fit together in The Solitude of Prime Numbers. Scarred from childhood accidents, Mattia and Alice struggle to find their place in the number sequence while readers melt into Giordano's delicious prose and learn to understand these two indivisible people.
A skiing accident left Alice with a useless leg and a strongly pronounced limp. This childhood trauma brings readers to Alice's side from the beginning of the novel. That connection deepens when readers witness the bullying that Alice had to endure at school as well as the seriousness of her eating disorder. Alice is a determined character who doesn't apologize for being herself. Though she has problems, readers will be able to connect with Alice through them. Her strained relationships and dreams of being a photographer, setting herself apart from the world, depicts her solitude. She never wanted to be with the world. Alice wanted to be outside of it because she knew that being different put her on the sidelines. Her imperfections make her interesting to readers. She's hot-headed, manipulative, and secretive. She's a character that readers can be upset with and still want to know how the story ends.
Mattia has more scars than Alice, but that doesn't make him any more damaged than she is. Mattia was born a twin, but Michela was mentally deficient. One day, she disappeared. Mattia blamed himself for being so embarrassed of his sister. He became withdrawn and often acted on the urge to mutilate himself, specifically his hands. Mattia is a quiet character who happens to be a mathematical genius. Readers will understand his pain and wish that he could find a way to relieve that anguish. He also sets himself apart from the world, hiding behind numbers and chalkboards.
The plot of this novel asks the question: can two people, destined to be set apart from everyone else, find a place of solace with each other? The novel begins in 1983 and ends in 2007, telling the sad story of two prime numbers that are always two steps apart. The writing style of Paolo Giordana is beautiful and easy to dance in, even when the details are cringe-worthy. Giordana has a way of conveying feeling and emotion without naming it, sending the reaction to readers through his delicately chosen words. I'd highly recommend The Solitude of Prime Numbers to anyone who loves a good paragraph, a good chapter, carefully planned and perfectly executed.
Rating: 4/5 Cups

Saturday, February 27, 2016

There's Always Adventures in Love (Jade Mysteries #2)

26080863After Jade and Jasper solved the mystery of her mother's murder, they thought that was all behind them. Jade is trying to get back to her normal life and feels like she has uncovered enough family secrets. But when little Casey is kidnapped and security issues arise within the family company; Jade is drawn back into the chaos. While trying to avoid getting involved with a friend's search for Karen, Jade and Jasper find themselves caught up in another mystery not only involving murder, but a threat to their entire family.

*May Contain Spoilers*
The Jade Mysteries continue with the sequel There's Always Adventures in Love, by Joycie Russ. Jade and Jasper are married and happier than ever, but there's a whole heap of trouble coming their way and they have no idea who's behind it all.
Jade is an ex-detective with a heart of gold. She's completely in love with her husband Jasper who treats her like an absolute queen. Jade is a strong character who doesn't let fear interfere with what must be done. When she's in danger, her training immediately kicks in and she handles the situation, no matter how terrifying it can be. Readers will like her overall, but I think the romantic relationship between her and Jasper is a bit hard to believe. It's too rehearsed to be one hundred percent believable. The first half of the book seems to be about Jasper and Jade's romance, with a bit of teasing at the plot.
Jasper is a very romantic character, head over heels in love with Jade. But he's also the protector. He manages their security and helps the company to thrive. Though his position within the company isn't spelled out very well, he seems to come and go as he pleases. Jasper is written as a smart, intuitive character. He's the hub of all security measures and breaches. Though some readers will fall for Jasper's charms and thoughtful nature, others will think it's a bit over the top.
The plot of the novel is somewhat confusing. There's Always Adventures in Love doesn't seem to be a stand alone sequel. As a reader who missed out on the first book, I was utterly confused by all the characters and constant shifting of time and place. I think if what exactly happened in the first book was briefly reviewed in the beginning, it would open the story up to new readers of the mystery series. The plot didn't really form for me until the last half of the novel. With seemingly random kidnappings and murders, I was a little bit discouraged.
After Casey is kidnapped, about the halfway point, things come into focus. A small group of people, not introduced at the beginning, are looking for jewels that are hidden in different locations. When nearly all the villains are lying, it's hard to read the truth, but the last few chapters do a better job at clearing it up. Though I made it through the novel, the confusion remained. The writing style was very dialogue focused and with so many characters dumped on me, I often couldn't tell who was saying what nor what they're goal was. I did like the jewel thief mystery but it came a little late in the game. I'd have to recommend this mystery to those who like a good puzzle and readers who have already finished the first book.
Rating: 2/5 Cups

Thursday, February 25, 2016


26048139It is spring, 1996 in a small university town on the east coast of Scotland. Harold Spencer, MD, PhD is in the middle of a bold experiment to cure genetic disease. Opponents say he is going too far and too fast; yet he is driven to end the heartbreak of parents and the early end to so many lives. The breakthrough he has sought is within reach. He and his wife Shelly are also beginning what they call the gala fortnight, celebrating their birthdays and wedding anniversary. Yet destruction lurks, within the town and within his own lab. Invivo is a love story. And a story of evil, revenge, and remorse where only the ultimate sacrifice can help keep a promise.

*May Contain Spoilers*
Robert Brown pens an interesting story revolving around research, trials, and error. Invivo shares the murder of a beloved wife and how her husband takes matters into his own hands, as a sweet suicidal scientist who dreams of death and revenge. Readers will witness, with jaws dropped and a sense of disbelief, Harold Spencer's dive into what seems like madness.
Shelly Spencer is a kind, big hearted, loving character. Her image is that of a perfect woman who is deeply in love with her husband and dreams of having a family. Readers will be horrified at what is done to Shelly by Herrie the Fisherman. She's murdered in the most heinous way and the description itself gave me the chills. I almost had to skip it and kind of wish I would have. Readers will feel saddened and angry at Shelly's unfair outcome. Those feelings will help readers connect with her husband, Harold, and understand his debilitating grief.
Dr. Harold Spencer wants to save the lives of people who have been dealt deadly genes. His research goals are commendable and he's easily respected. Harold is an understanding, nice, intelligent scientist who focuses mainly on curing cystic fibrosis. His scientific plan is to prompt mother nature to choose the better genes when given the option between dysfunctional DNA and healthy DNA. The research seems promising, but always ends in the death of his lab rats. When he finds his wife brutally murdered, Harold's whole world burns to the ground. Readers see Harold crumbling and will feel a strong sympathetic connection. For those readers who have lost a loved one, especially a spouse, the connection will be even stronger. However, Harold's character doesn't seem mentally stable and exhibits extremely distressful signs. I feel sympathy for his character and understand his depression, but I honestly don't know how to feel about what he carries out toward the end of his life. Mainly, the creation of his 'daughter'.
Holly Spencer is the biologically created daughter of Harold and Shelly that appears at the end. The way that Holly is created made me a bit uncomfortable, but aside from that, I liked her character and her role. She became the successful end result of Harold's human study combined with his unsteady sanity. I'm not sure all readers will understand Holly but she's does have relatable characteristics. She's smart, stable, and brave as she tries to find where she fits in the world, knowing that her life is going to consist of merely weeks.
The plot of Invivo is outside the realm of any science fiction I've ever read before. It begins with the introduction of the Spencers and how wonderful their life is before Shelly is murdered. Then Harold becomes determined to find her murderer, only living for his research and her justice. When his lab is burned down by an animal rights group, Harold loses one of his reasons to not commit suicide. Then he remembers he has a sample of his wife's DNA and decides to make his research even more personal. He injects himself with her DNA combined with specific hormones in order to begin the ending of his life. Through this therapy, Harold dies and gives creation to Holly. Invivo follows the denial and grief of one scientist who steps outside of the realm of study. As this book has brutal descriptions of sexual assault and murder, I would not recommend this to everyone. Readers of science fiction, murder mysteries, and those with an ability to understand some scientific processes (that are pretty well explained) would probably be entertained by this novel.
Rating: 2.5/5 Cups

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

WWW Wednesday (191)

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[x] What are you currently reading?

[x] What have you recently finished?

[x] What are you reading next?

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01. Currently Reading:
Invivo by Robert Brown. Dr. Spencer is working on gene replacement by giving mother nature the chance to choose what DNA is used in a species in order to save lives, even if the most important lives to him have already expired.

02. Recently Finished:
Birdkill by Alexander McNabb. Conspiratorial science fiction that intrigues and excites! A reporter uncovers the secrets of the Hamilton Institute and threatens to blow the whole story wide open, while her best friend works there.

03. Reading Next:
There's Always Adventures in Love by Joycie Russ. Family secrets lead to kidnapping and murder in this installment of the Jade Mystery series.

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Teaser Tuesday (200)


Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of A Daily Rhythm. 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
Invivo (Kindle 13%)
   - Robert Brown
A more persistent, less gentle voice reminded him that even if M-24-c had double DNA and even if it lived for a long time, it was too late. Bert was already dead and there wasn't a damn thing in the world he could do about it.

Monday, February 22, 2016


29224291Robyn’s recent past is missing. And she’s not sure she wants it back.

Robyn Shaw has amnesia, a recent trauma so great her mind has veiled her memory. When she starts a new life teaching at a research institute devoted to exceptionally gifted children, the last thing she expects is for those blocked events to be lying in wait for her.

Plagued by dreams of death and blood that threaten to overwhelm her, Robyn is fragile and vulnerable. When she meets student Martin Oakley plucking sparrows from the air and breaking their necks, she is pitched into a vicious battle that threatens her grasp of her own mind.

Attacked from without and within, Robyn struggles to maintain her increasingly tenuous hold on reality as journalist Mariam Shadid races to discover the dreadful secret buried in Robyn’s past before her friend is consumed by insanity.

*Contains Spoilers*
Ever wondered what would happen to the mutants at 'Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters' if the government had found them first? Or rather, had created them first? Birdkill by Alexander McNabb uncovers a multi-national engineering program of experimentally created children and drug-infused soldiers. Though this novel has nothing to do with the X-Men, I couldn't help but create connections and revel in the horrifying amazement of McNabb's story of weaponized children and disastrous drug trials.
Robyn suffers from amnesia and has recently been rehabilitated, given the chance of a new life working at the Hamilton Institute in England, a few hours away from London. Robyn struggles to adapt to life with a black hole in her memory, fighting nightmares and visions brought about by a seemingly evil little boy. Readers will sympathize with Robyn and fear for her survival as she uncovers the ghastly secrets that the Institute hides. Even though she's fighting for her sanity, Robyn is much braver than I feel I would be in her situation. One dead bird from a little boy and I'd be out of there. However, Robyn's intelligence and desire to help teach these children, while finding out what's really going on, outweighs her fear.
Mariam met Robyn while they were both being rehabilitated and she became Robyn's lifeline. Now, as best friends, Mariam worries and hopes for Robyn's safety in overcoming her amnesia. Mariam is hired by a news website and is immediately (conveniently?) assigned to a whistleblower story. Mariam is a dedicated, focused, and ruthless journalist who does not give up, even if she's in mortal danger. Readers will be both terrified and excited at what Mariam uncovers about the Hamilton Institute, the genetically altered children, and the military drug trials. Her intelligence and need to discover the truth often outweighs her concern for her personal safety. A little naïve in my opinion, but I'm not a journalist. I am a reviewer who knows how the book ends... and if I could have warned Mariam, I would have.
Birdkill is a book that astounds and horrifies. It's a little different than McNabb's other novels, but is undoubtedly full of action, conspiracy, and death. The plot begins with Robyn's assignment to the Hamilton Institute, where the topdogs of the hidden agenda can keep an eye on her while also ensuring that her memory does not return and threaten their program. Meanwhile, Mariam learns about the Hamilton research and trials from the whistleblower that opens Pandora's box of chaos and secrets. Readers who enjoy thrillers and conspiracy will lose themselves in Birdkill, hoping for the best and preparing for the worst. When facing a group of powerful men who live by the motto 'two can keep a secret if one of them is dead,' the odds are stacked against an amnesiac and a reporter who won't let it go.
Rating: 4/5 Cups

Saturday, February 20, 2016

Easy (Contours of the Heart #1)

16056408When Jacqueline follows her longtime boyfriend to the college of his choice, the last thing she expects is a breakup two months into sophomore year. After two weeks in shock, she wakes up to her new reality: she's single, attending a state university instead of a music conservatory, ignored by her former circle of friends, and failing a class for the first time in her life.

Leaving a party alone, Jacqueline is assaulted by her ex's frat brother. Rescued by a stranger who seems to be in the right place at the right time, she wants nothing more than to forget the attack and that night - but her savior, Lucas, sits on the back row of her econ class, sketching in a notebook and staring at her. Her friends nominate him to be the perfect rebound.

When her attacker turns stalker, Jacqueline has a choice: crumple in defeat or learn to fight back. Lucas remains protective, but he's hiding secrets of his own. Suddenly appearances are everything, and knowing who to trust is anything but easy.

*Contains Spoilers*
I devoured Easy by Tammara Webber! With a dangerous, dark, and dreamy male lead, how could I not finish this book in less than 24 hours? Webber drags readers into this story of love, trust, and claiming your inner strength.
Jacqueline is the main character in this novel, though Lucas also plays an important role. The story is told from Jacqueline's perspective and it works perfectly for this book. Jacqueline is an open-hearted young woman, nineteen years old, and a little naïve. She studies music and plays the upright bass, which I've always loved (being an orchestra nerd myself.) Readers will immediately connect with Jacqueline's character through very intense circumstances. During the beginning, Jacqueline is the victim of an attempted rape. Witnessing her struggle through this traumatic event will undoubtedly place readers in her corner. This kickstarts the growth that she undergoes throughout this story. Jacqueline learns to connect with her inner strength and how to become a survivor. She's a character that earns her respect and stands up for herself. I loved her character because even though she was frightened, terrified, unsure of herself --- she fought back. And with the current statistics... fighting back is important.
Now a little about Lucas, because he's adorable and his role is so important. Lucas happens to witness the attempted rape of Jacqueline. If not for Lucas and his vital fighting skills, the guy may have succeeded and this would have been a whole different book. Lucas is described as the bad boy... which we all love (haha), but he has a heart of gold. He's reserved, studious, intelligent, strong, and respectful. His character is so easy to fall in love with, even with the secrets. Hell, especially with the secrets! Readers will lose themselves in his crystal blue eyes and tattooed arms.
The plot of Easy is anything but simple. Jacqueline is saved from an attempted rape by Lucas and struggles to stay strong in the face of her attacker. When she learns that Lucas is in her Econ class, her and her friends decide to begin Operation Bad Boy Phase, which is supposed to help Jacqueline get over her ex, Kennedy. Meanwhile, because of her break-up Jacqueline is falling behind in her Econ class and is recommended to the class tutor - Landon. Through e-mail the two connect with a little harmless flirtation. Spoiler ahead --- I thought it was a little too obvious that Landon and Lucas were the same person, though I was ecstatic when it turned out to be true. Jacqueline begins to fall for Lucas, but her attacker hasn't given up. He starts spreading rumors about how they've been hooking up which shatters her reputation and it's apparent that he's not going to give up until he gets what he wants. This storyline was so intense and consuming that I couldn't stop reading. I didn't even want to stop reading. Though I wouldn't recommend this book to everyone because of the curse words, this novel does indeed show that speaking up about rape is a serious thing that must be done. And self defense classes are always a good idea.
Rating: 4.5/5 Cups

Friday, February 19, 2016

Wind and Fire (Fourborn #1)

26878505In a world where the four elements rule as gods, the Gaias of Wind, Fire, Water and Earth determine the existence and fate of every man and woman. Threatening this seemingly perfect world this the Fourborn – a yet to be identified being born of all four races and the only one who has the power to set mankind free from it's elemental shackles.

Divinely chosen in the pending chaos is a guardian from each race. With the words of an ancient prophesy as their only guide, they must find and protect the Fourborn at all costs or risk losing everything they hold dear.

Kofi, an inexperienced warrior finds himself in a war without end. Fleeing the devastation, bloodshed and terror, he leaves his beloved homeland behind as he sets out on a journey with the promise of finding a cause that is worth fighting for.

Lela, a child of the Wind and the Fire is determined to escape the life she was born into. Faced with a war of her own, she must find an inner balance if she is to claim the life she so desires.

The worlds of Wind and Fire collide when Kofi and Lela find themselves caught up in an adventure of enormous proportions. Setting out on a mission that spans three lands, they must defy not only their Gaias and the prophesy but themselves in order to find the Fourborn while the dangers of an all consuming darkness takes shape around them.

*May Contain Spoilers*
A fantastic journey begins with a prophecy that inspires two different citizens to leave everything they've ever known to find and protect a stranger in Megan Futcher's novel, Wind and Fire, the first in the Fourborn series. The world is divided into four lands that align with the elements: Fire, Wind, Earth, and Water. To find the stranger born of all four lands, Kofi and Lela must overcome their fears and trust the Keepers to guide them. 
Kofi is a twenty-five year old young man who was born in Zjarr, the land of Fire. He's a brave, courageous man who is full of love for his family and his home. Kofi is just beginning to realize what his purpose in life is and readers will find his story interesting. At first, he pushes away from the prophecy and dedicates his life to being a warrior. He trains hard with absolute focus, but the death of his brother in battle shifts him away from war. Kofi desires a greater purpose, something that aligns with his moral beliefs. Through the journey to find the Fourborn, Kofi's intelligence and protective nature shine.
Lela is of mixed races and has been shunned nearly her entire life. As a mix of wind and fire, she's never fit into her Wind homeland. She dreams of escape and acceptance. After the Keepers of the Wind tell her to follow her dreams and find the Fourborn, Lela begins to really discover herself. She begins as a hot-headed character who reacts emotionally instead of logically. As she grows, Lela learns how to control her feelings and focus on the mission, though she remains a bit impulsive. Readers will connect with Lela through her feelings of being misunderstood and her evolution of character.
The plot of Wind and Fire is a linear adventure. Kofi leaves home to join the warriors and then meets up with Lela after her escape. After Kofi saves Lela's life from a stampede, they decide to travel together. Eventually they share that they have each been told the exact same prophecy and they know that fate has brought them together. The storyline is interesting with several action filled situations. Futcher does a good job in keeping the adventure across the plains and mountains interesting to the reader. There aren't any unimportant details or situations as each chapter builds upon the journey to find the Fourborn and the budding relationship between Kofi and Lela.
Rating: 3/5 Cups

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

WWW Wednesday (190)

To play along just answer these three questions:

[x] What are you currently reading?

[x] What have you recently finished?

[x] What are you reading next?

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01. Currently Reading:
Wind and Fire (Fourborn #1) by Megan Futcher. A world with four lands, each land called home by a different race of people. A war is going on between the Wind and Fire worlds, but two citizens are both tasked to find the first Fourborn, a stranger who is part of all four races.

02. Recently Finished:
Raining Embers by Jessica Dall. Chaos and Kosmos are embodied in this fantasy adventure as Brier and Palmer, two young adults who have no idea who they are. Until they're kidnapped. Then they're training as weapons begin.

03. Reading Next:
Easy by Tammara Webber. Jacqueline follows her boyfriend to college only to be dumped and then attacked. She's saved by a stranger but that doesn't deter her attacker for long.

A Shot of Bourbon - Cover Reveal

Today, I have the pleasure of revealing the cover for BookFish Books' latest young adult contemporary novel, A Shot of Bourbon by A.C. Land!

Before we get to the goodies, let's take a look at what the story is about!

Back Cover
In the little highway town of Bourbon, Missouri, deadly secrets lurk behind Southern charm. 

Seventeen year old Charli Valentine didn’t expect to spend the last few weeks of summer break nursing a broken heart, icing a black eye, and watching her ex kiss another girl. Since being a good girl has gotten her nothing but heartache, Charli decides to give rebellion a try. She pigs out, drinks, and hangs with Luke Parker, the son of the infamous Bourbon Butcher. 

But there’s more to Luke than meets the eye. His tough exterior and terrible dialect hide a good person despite his bad boy reputation. No matter how hard he tries to fight it, Luke is drawn to Charli’s innocence and finds her clumsiness too charming to resist. Though they’re from opposite sides of the tracks, neither can resist the magnetism drawing them together. 

When Charli discovers a box in her mother’s closet, she pieces together the truth about Bourbon’s past and uncovers a deadly secret about her family. And once Luke learns of it, he vows to protect Charli no matter the cost. 

Sounds like an intriguing tale. Love, murder, and a mystery in small town America. 

And who wrote this engaging tale? A.C. Land!

About The Author

Author of the Bourbon series, A. C. Land has been a lover of stories since she first read about Peter Pan giving Wendy an acorn and teaching her to fly. She always dreamed of telling big stories about small towns.

Residing on a cattle farm in Missouri, A. C. loves playing with her rambunctious Jack Russell, Riley, making decorative cakes, taking pictures, drinking pumpkin spice coffee, and hanging out with her nephews.

Find A.C. online: 

And now, for the moment you've been waiting for...the cover!

Cover Reveal

Cover Design: Anita at Racepoint

Be on the lookout for A Shot of Bourbon
available March 2016!

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Raining Embers (Order and Chaos #1)

25784271Palmer Tash always follows the path of least resistance. He has an unusual disability involving his hearing. But in theocratic Latysia, being different isn’t a good thing, so he conceals his problem.

Brier Chastain’s malady is even more debilitating, and she often must take to her bed for long periods. Her days are spent in meaningless pursuits as she awaits an arranged marriage.

When Palmer and Brier are kidnapped on the same night, they meet and discover that their so-called disabilities are actually budding powers. They are the incarnations of Order and Chaos. With their country on the brink of war, the two must step into their predestined roles and learn to take control of their own destinies.

*May Contain Spoilers*
Jessica Dall incarnates concepts, or gods, in her novel, Raining Embers, a fantasy adventure of self-discovery. Palmer and Brier are young adults who each have no idea who they really are. With odd quirks and abilities, the two are certainly misfits, but when they are brought together and trained... the two become whole.
Brier is the embodiment of "Chaos," nothingness. The real Brier died at the age of five in a horrible fire and Chaos took over her body, continuing her life as if nothing happened. She's incredibly powerful and with proper focus and training, she can destroy anything. She's kidnapped by the Goebel family to be used as a weapon. Brier is a character who survives. She's tough, caring, and beyond understanding. Readers will watch as Brier learns of her power to destroy and instead of letting it consume her, she fights to stay level and try to do what's right. Though when  once-trusted people are trying to control and contain Chaos, it can't possibly end well.
Palmer is the embodiment of "Kosmos," everything. He has the power to become omniscient, to hear and know everything. The real Palmer died at the age of six, when he drowned in the river escaping the fire that killed Brier. It doesn't seem to be a coincidence that Brier is fire and Palmer is water, as water puts out flames, Palmer learns that he can help Brier control her destructive abilities. He balances out Brier. Palmer is an intelligent character who doesn't often think of the world around him. He came to ignore his powers once he realized that they weren't normal. When he embraces them, Palmer can see visions, hear anything, and communicate with Brier telepathically. Readers will like Palmer as he is the protector.
The plot of Raining Embers is journey-esque. Palmer and Brier are forced to acknowledge their powers after they are kidnapped and trained by the Goebel's. Along this journey they meet Rosette, a very little girl who has the power to make anyone sick in anyway she wants. The three characters join together and escape the Goebel's. As they make their way back home, Palmer has a vision that they're headed for war and darkness. The adventure of these three is entertaining, heart warming, and intriguing. Readers will enjoy the detailed account of Chaos and Kosmos, and hope that the characters don't lose themselves to their abilities.
Rating: 4/5 Cups

Teaser Tuesday (199)


Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of A Daily Rhythm. 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
Wind and Fire (Kindle 29%)
     - Megan Futcher
"Tomorrow, my archers, we fight as one. The Fire of Zjarr burns in all of you. Sleep easy tonight for tomorrow we start this war!"

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

WWW Wednesday (189)

To play along just answer these three questions:

[x] What are you currently reading?

[x] What have you recently finished?

[x] What are you reading next?

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01. Currently Reading:
Raining Embers by Jessica Dall. Chaos and Kosmos, nothing and everything, are incarnated into a world full of premonitions that predict the end.

02. Recently Finished:
Mercer Street by John Heldt. Second novel in the American Journey series in which three women leave 2016 for 1938 in hopes of seeing their family again.

03. Reading Next:
Wind and Fire by Megan Futcher. Guided by a prophecy, two guardians must find the 'Fourborn' to protect the world from the darkness that threatens it. This book is the first in the series.