Book Review: The Sinister Mystery of the Mesmerizing Girl, Theodora Goss

Book Review: The Sinister Mystery of the Mesmerizing Girl, Theodora Goss Fantasy:The Sinister Mystery of the Mesmerizing Girl, Theodora Goss   If you have not read the two previous books in this series by Theodora Goss, stop. Find them, read them, and come back. Not because I will give away (too many) spoilers, but because […]

Blog Tour: The Girl and the Stars, Mark Lawrence

Book Review: The Girl and the Stars, Mark Lawrence   Science Fiction: The Girl and the Stars, Mark Lawrence   Yaz is a girl of the ice and cold. Her people live in an eternal winter, where plants are virtually unknown and savage weather is the norm. It is all she has ever known. It is […]

Book Review: The Secret Chapter, Genevieve Cogman

Book Review: The Secret Chapter, The Invisible Library Book 6, Genevieve Cogman   Fantasy: The Secret Chapter, The Invisible Library Book 6, Genevieve Cogman   Irene the librarian and Kai the dragon have returned home to find someone in their quarters. It seems that Irene’s oldest foes have tracked her down and have let themselves […]

Quote: A library is not a luxury but one of the necessities of life. – Henry Ward Beecher

Quote: A library is not a luxury but one of the necessities of life. – Henry Ward Beecher   A library is not a luxury but one of the necessities of life. – Henry Ward Beecher Celebrate National Library Week 2020! Check out an eBook from your local library.   More quotes on libraries: Quote: […]

Blog Tour: Power Play, Tony Kent

Book Review: Power Play, Tony Kent Thriller: Power Play, Tony Kent   A passenger plane explodes over the Atlantic, killing more than 500 people. Among them is a charismatic presidential candidate, the presumptive nominee against the sitting American president. All the evidence points toward a Moslem baggage handler, a Syrian refugee who entered Britain using […]