My Review of Bryant’s Gap

Review:

Bryant's Gap - Michael E. Burge

I won this book in a giveaway on a reading blog and this is my honest review. Bryant’s Gap by Michael E. Burge is a stand alone mystery. I don’t usually read mysteries, but I was intrigued by Michael’s writing style. The characters pulled me in as they were so real to life. I’m impressed with the vivid descriptions, as if I were there in 1947 postwar Chicago. This is definitely one of the best book that I have read this year.

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My Review of Peter Huddleston & The Rites of Passage

Review:

Galadria: Peter Huddleston & the Rites of Passage - Miguel Lopez de Leon

I won Peter Huddleston & The Rites of Passage in a Goodreads giveaway, and this is my honest review. Peter Huddleston & The Rites of Passage is the first book of the Galadria fantasy trilogy by Miguel Lopez de Leon. I didn’t know what to expect when I opened this book, but I wasn’t expecting to be swept away from the first page. The main character, Peter, finds himself in trouble and is sent away to live with his aunt. He finds himself having to prove himself, and having an unbelievable adventure, and meeting wonderful, and not so wonderful, characters. The characters are very vivid, and the story flows smoothly. I just couldn’t put this book down! I’m definitely adding this trilogy to my physical collection of books! Fantastic job, Miguel!

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My Review of Daygo’s Fury

Review:

Daygo's Fury (The Daygo Stream) (Volume 1) - John F. O'Sullivan

I won this book in a giveaway on one of the blogs I follow, Tome Tender, and received this book from the author. This is my honest opinion, and I received no compensation for this review. Daygo’s Fury by John F. O’ Sullivan is the first of a series. I’m not sure if it will be a trilogy or a series, to be honest. The story starts with a war, then jumps 172 years later. We meet Liam. He’s an orphan, and lives in the slums. It goes into his story for a bit, then we meet Niisa, who lives in the forest. I loved Liam’s story. The characters were well developed, and the story line was excellent. Niisa’s story, on the other hand, lacked a developed story line. There was too much repetitiveness with Niisa’s story. It seemed to go on and on about what Daygo is. I feel it could have been said once, maybe twice, and that would have been sufficient. I’m well invested in Liam’s story, and I’m anxious to see where his story goes. I’m assuming that Liam and Niisa will eventually cross paths, but there was no evidence, other than the fact that there are these two main characters in the story.

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My Review of The Golden Wizard (The Scrolls of Zndaria Book 1)

Review:

Scrolls of Zndaria: The Golden Wizard (Scrolls of Zndaria, #1) - J.S. Jaeger

I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Golden Wizard is the first book of The Scrolls of Zndaria series. It follows Nathanial “Nate” McGray on his quest to becoming a wizard. The characters are believable, though I would have liked a little more details on the creatures mentioned in the book. The story was well written, and the world is enchanting. I thoroughly loved following Nate on his journey. A wonderful story for middle grade readers, and adults alike.

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My Review of Forest of Demons

Review:

Forest of Demons - Debbie Cassidy

I received this book from Kindle Scout in exchange for an honest review. Forest of Demons is the first book in the Sleeping Gods Series by Debbie Cassidy. I thoroughly enjoyed the first 37% of this book. It was well written, and I loved the characters. Then out of nowhere, the book went into three months earlier and it took forever for the two stories to connect. The second part of the book felt like it was written by another author. The characters in this part of the book seemed one dimensional, it left questions I wanted to know unanswered, and it abruptly stopped leaving me disconcerted. 

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My Review of End of Watch

Review:

End of Watch - Stephen King

End of Watch is the final installment of Stephen King’s Bill Hodges Trilogy. I loved the flow of the story, and the characters were well known after reading the first two books. This trilogy was slightly different than King’s usual works, and he touches on the subject of suicide, which needs to be addressed in this country. Well done Sai King!

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