Sunday, 10 December 2017

Wrap up November

Here is my wrap up for November.
1. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Harry Potter #2) by J.K Rowling and Jim Kay(illustrator)- 5/5
2. The Vigilante Vignette (A Cherry Tucker Mystery #5.5) by Larissa Reinhart-4/5

What did you read for November?


To be read- December

For December I am going to read three books.

1. The Silver Mask (Magisterium #4) by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare
2. Library of Souls (Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children #3) by Ransom Riggs
3. Draekora (The Medoran Chronicles #3) by Lynette Noni
What book should I read first? What are you going to read this month?

Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Wrap Up- October

It has been a while since I posted a wrap up.  So this is my wrap up from October.  Currently I am reading tower of dawn (Throne of glass #6) by Sarah J. Mass.
1. Lord Of Shadows (Dark Artifices #2) by Cassandra Clare- 5/5
2. Hunted (Dragonlands #2) by Megg Jensen- 3/5
3. Restribution (Dragonlands #3) by Megg Jensen-3/5

Its been a busy few months, hopefully I can catch you up in what I have been reading in the next few days.


Tuesday, 7 November 2017

Review- Vinakti Duet- Nan Klee

 I received this book from the author in exchange for a honest review.


 Vinakti Duet by Nan Klee
Released: October 18th, 2016
Pages: 304
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Vinakti is a Sanskrit word for “he who is set apart”. Vinakti Duet is a science fiction romance set on a desert planet where an orphaned half-breed, now successful business woman of rare paranormal talents, must confront her destiny with the handsome and equally talented off-worlder who may be responsible for her father’s death. 

Vinakti Duet has a interesting plot.   Quite a bit of the book was exciting and fast paced but there was also a good balance with some slower paced parts. There was a number of twists that I did not see coming and ended going in different direction.

The Writing style was good and I really liked the world building.  This gave me a pretty good idea of what this world was like.  The first part of the book, jumped around to different people and places which left me feeling a little lost to what was happening and how everything was connected.  Eventually everything settled down and I was able to piece together all the parts.

The book was filled with some interesting characters like Jenna.  Jenna was one of my favourites but I didn't really like when she was with Dardin.  Dardin annoyed me for a while, though towards the end I was coming around to him.  

Overall I enjoyed of this book.  It was quite exciting, had a couple of twists.  Some of the characters were great.  So in the end I gave it a 3/5.


Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Spotlight- Excalibar Investigations

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 Blurb: The complete series Cate McCray is no ordinary witch. Prophesied to be the one to destroy the Covenant, an age-old organisation who seeks to enslave all Magickind, the race is on for them to kill her before she receives immortality. But before receiving the phenomenal power that comes with it, she must first survive the ascension and the only person who can help her is her elemental partner, Jason Talbot. But when the time comes, her forbidden love for Jason threatens to destroy them both. As leader of Excalibar, an elite team of Enforcers, they work to infiltrate the Covenant leading Cate into life-threatening situations. Can she outwit them before it’s too late?

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Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Ewan Pendle and the White Wraith

I received this book from the author in exchange for a honest review.

Ewan Pendle and the White Wraith by Shaun Hume
Released: October 31st, 2012
Pages: 496
Buy It: Amazon

Ewan Pendle was weird. Really weird. At least, that's what everyone told him. Then again, being able to see monsters that no one else could wasn't exactly normal ...Thinking he has been moved off to live with his eleventh foster family, Ewan is instead told he is a Lenitnes, one of an ancient race of peoples who can alone see the real 'Creatures' which inhabit the earth. He is taken in by Enola, the mysterious sword carrying Grand Master of Firedrake Lyceum, a labyrinth of halls and rooms in the middle of London where other children, just like Ewan, go to learn the ways of the Creatures. 


Everyone thought that Ewan Pendle was weird.  He was able to see monsters
that no one else could see. Ewan is an orphan living with his 10th foster family.
He thinks he is on his way to his 11th, but he discovers he part of a race of people
called Lenitnes. Ewan is on his way to a school called Firedrake Lyceum.

He had wonderful writing style that really drew me in.  It was very descriptive, and
gave a really clear idea for most things.  We got a great sense of this new world,
which I really excited about.  In the beginning it reminded a little of Harry Potter but after arriving at the school, it became its own thing. 

There were a bunch of different characters we got to meet.  While it was mostly from
Ewan's point, we also got to see things from a couple of other characters which was great.   Mathilde was one of my favourites. Who seemed a little quirky but became great friends with Ewan.  The two get into a little trouble together and eventually make friends with Enid.

One part that I felt a little let down was the creatures.  There was not a
whole lot to do with them.  Hoping in the next book we can find out more about

Overall it was very exciting and I am excited to find out what will happen next.  It was filled with great characters, a wonderful world and engaging plot. 

In the end I gave this book 4/5.


Monday, 7 August 2017

Cover reveal- Excalibur Rising

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 Author Bio: A prolific writer Eileen Enwright Hodgetts covers an impressive spectrum of subjects and formats. There is nothing formulaic in her writing. Each work reveals a fresh creativity. She has created a whole new "world" in the Excalibur Rising series. Excalibur Rising Books One and Two are available now and Excalibur Rising Book Three will be released in January 2017 by Emerge Publishing. Her books are available from in paperback and e-book format and all books will soon be available as Audio books. "Whirlpool" is already an Audible book. Six of her one-act plays are published in book form at and perusal copies of other plays are available by e-mailing.
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