My Review I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for and honest review. This in no way influenced my opinion. So far, the Biodome Chronicles is a very fresh take on traditional plots. The first book focused mostly on setting things up, and in Elements the author focuses more on storytelling and progression rather than background and introducing new characters. For that reason, I enjoyed reading this more. I do feel like Elements…
The concept for this book was very similar to the other two books I’ve read by this author.
This book didn’t do it for me. The only reason I am giving it a three star rating is because of the originality of the supernatural element
You wouldn’t know it by simply glancing at my blog, but I am actually a fan of Westerns and Horror. Mostly, I watch Bonanza and scary movies so I am not a super fan, but I do like those genres, and I really liked Night of the Chupacabra.
Chaos focuses on an average teenage girl named Addy who travels to another realm in her dreams. And while this isn’t the first book I have read that in involved the subjects of dreams and other realms, it is the best.
I thoroughly enjoyed myself while reading this. The idea of the main character being a reluctant succubus, was great and the chemistry between Allison and Ren was almost perfect.
This one just didn’t do it for me.
Meghan is a 17-year-old high school junior, and her life at school is pretty difficult. She only has a few close friends, and there is a particular group of people who get way too much pleasure out of making her miserable.
This was a very interesting idea for a book, but the execution was lacking.
Kaylyn lives in a world where You are either good or evil and there is no middle ground. I think the author was trying to make a statement and show that sometimes things aren’t that black and white…
Reading this book was an exhausting journey, and I’m not sure how to write a review. There was something painfully beautiful about Cal and Eileen’s romance, and his book put me through the emotional wringer.
This was a great book! It was incredibly well written and a lot of fun to read. It’s also going to be difficult to review without spoilers, but I will give it my best shot.