dark sky by cj box

Dark Sky by C.J. Box

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I’ve enjoyed C.J. Box Joe Pickett books, like the characters, the setting, and the premise for the stories. David Chandler is the narrator of the audio version and hearing his voice is like listening to an old friend. Dark Sky, however, fell a bit flat. The premise of the story is that Joe is tasked […]
a dark and hollow star

A Dark and Hollow Star by Ashley Shuttleworth

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Wow. I really enjoyed A Dark and Hollow Star. A nice surprise. This is an Urban Fantasy about the Fae community in Toronto and conflicts between the Mortal and Immortal realms. One of the main characters is Nausica√§, who was one of the three Furies. “Was,” because she was exiled from the Immortal realm for […]
The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V. E. Schwab

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The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue came to me with rave reviews, so I had high expectations. The premise of the story is that there is a young woman, Addie LaRue, who lives in a small village in France in the 1700s. Her father dotes on her and gives her special attention, but her mother, […]
Children of Eden

Children of Eden by Joey Graceffa

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Children of Eden is a dystopian novel about a future time when the earth has suffered the Ecofail and the remainder of humanity lives within the EcoPanopticon, an artificial bubble city largely run by computers. Here humanity must stay until the earth is able to heal itself. The main protagonist of the story is a […]
i come with knives by s.a. hunt

I Come with Knives by S.A. Hunt

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I Come with Knives starts without any preamble. We are thrown into a flashback or telling of something that happened in the past. At first I was a bit surprised and I was scrambling to remember the characters from the first volume. I had been nine months since I read Burn the Dark. Then as […]
the turn of the key by ruth ware

The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware

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The Turn of the Key was a surprisingly good book. The story is told from the point of view of a woman in prison who is writing letters to a famous lawyer asking him to take her case. She claims that she is innocent and realizes that she made a mistake by not being fully […]
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