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Hallow Review

Synopsis:  Being one of the most formidable archangels with the power to end the world doesn’t serve you well if you don’t know how to use it. Thrown into a battle of courts and factions, tangled in a web of intrigues and palatial games, naïve Ariel is surrounded by powerful angels, chasing their own agendas. […]

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Crown of Feathers eARC Review

GoodReads:  I had a sister, once… In a world ruled by fierce warrior queens, a grand empire was built upon the backs of Phoenix Riders—legendary heroes who soared through the sky on wings of fire—until a war between two sisters ripped it all apart. I promised her the throne would not come between us. Sixteen […]

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The Fourth Courier Review

A Fast Paced Espionage Thriller for Alan Furst Fans Sent In Post-Cold War Poland. It is 1992 in Warsaw, Poland, and the communist era has just ended. A series of grisly murders suddenly becomes an international case when it’s feared that the victims may have been couriers smuggling nuclear material out of the defunct Soviet […]

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Kaerou Time to Go Home Review

Thank you B. Jeanne Shibahara for sending this book to me! I am providing my honest review to you all on my blog in exchange! GoodReads Blurb: “In Japan…everywhere…red strings tie all people we meet together. Some strings are weak. Some have tangles. Some strong.” Meryl—Vietnam War widow—misses her grown son, feels left out after […]

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The Crying Machine eARC Review

Hey guys, I know, two reviews in a row. I have a good reason though! This book’s publish birthday is tomorrow AND I have BESpring19 posts to do cause the other hosts were on point with their prompts and I wanna do so many. GoodReads Blurb:  A sharp, lyrical thriller of power, religion, and artificial […]

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Nation of the Beasts #1 eARC Review

Goodreads Blurb: Terrifying creatures, unseen to all around him, have tormented Elisse since he was a little boy. These “night terrors” and the cruel life as a young Westerner in a refugee camp have left him isolated and alone. The only clue to his past is an old, tattered envelope with a picture of his […]

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March in Review

Hey! So I was still pretty brand-spankin’ new to the book blogging world when I wrote my February wrap up, so, hopefully, this one is a bit better! I tried to split the haul from the review so it’s not like ‘death by long post.’ Now, I didn’t read all those books form the haul, […]