This author and book were both new to me, and I am glad that I listened to Amasai Rising by … More
Christie Powell is another author that I met through KIndle author and reader groups. She has a huge collection of … More
Fire Within The Storm begins as a slow burn and rushes into a full bonfire. The book is full of detail and interwoven plot threads.
I just finished reading an advanced copy of The Dream Experiment by CL Currie. She graciously allowed me to make … More
The plotline is steady and the dialog and actions believable. There is a lot of foreshadowing, but this helps us to adjust to and believe in the fantasy. There is no unnecessary or stilted dialog, instead it helps us to really understand the characters.
I stayed up far too late to finish reading this book because I just had to know what was going to happen next. As a good reader, I had some theories, but the author nicely throws some twists in with the expected. I cannot wait to read the sequel!
I really enjoyed this Agata, Princess of Iberia by Emma C Buen and I highly recommend it. There are many elements that are key to making this such a good read. First, is the character development. Second, is the realistic story line. Third, is the dialog. Fourth, is the pace of the story.
I like how this story can be a stand-alone story but for those of us that read the first book, it refers back to some integral parts of that first story, helping to set the tone in this one. I would care much less about this ghost named Stefan, if I didn’t know how deeply they care for each other. I really appreciate how Stefan continues to support Astrid, but she has come to the point that she needn’t rely on anyone.
he action is swift and sure. Shaeleen is a risk taker, and although she has great intentions she seldom plans ahead. She is very good at ricocheting from one danger to another, and keeps her head in each dangerous scene. It’s as soon as she is safe, that she becomes carefree (well almost) and careless again.
The further I read into this book, the more I liked it. There is an interesting juxtaposition between the prologue and the book that was always in the back of my mind and intriguing. The character development is amazing in the beginning, pulling the reader in. I checked my progress once expecting to be about 75% through and was amazed that I was only 15%.