The Crucible – James Rollins – Review

Christmas doesn’t go as planned for Monk and Gray. As they head back to Grey’s home they find those that mean the most to them are severely injured or kidnapped. Now time is ticking down as they hunt for those who took them while also battling a new threat, AI. Eve, a computer program, isContinue reading “The Crucible – James Rollins – Review”

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The Cemetery of Forgotten Books Series – Carlos Ruiz Zafon- Review

There is a place where forgotten books find a home. It is a secret bestowed on a select few. Once you are brought into the cemetery you are given a chance to chose one book. This becomes your book, you are charged with protecting it. This series tells the story of one particular family, theContinue reading “The Cemetery of Forgotten Books Series – Carlos Ruiz Zafon- Review”

The Poet By Michael Connelly Review (Minor Spoilers)

My uncle lent me The Poet by Michael Connelly because we were talking about how I like mystery stories. He told me this was one of the better detective novels he has read. At fist I had trouble figuring out what he saw in this story, it started out very slow. But once I gotContinue reading “The Poet By Michael Connelly Review (Minor Spoilers)”

Heart-Shaped Box- Joe Hill (Review)

I am not what you would call a horror person. I do not generally enjoy being scared. I am the person who watches horror films through their fingers. Hell, I can’t even watch the commercials half the time. Halloween is my least favorite holiday, except for the free candy thing. I do not go toContinue reading “Heart-Shaped Box- Joe Hill (Review)”

Career of Evil – Robert Galbraith – Review

When I read the Harry Potter series the third book, Prisoner of Azkaban, was my favorite. That was because it was where I thought J.K. Rowling hit her stride in the story and everything really got moving. After reading Career of Evil, I have the same feeling about the Cormoran Strike series. This book wasContinue reading “Career of Evil – Robert Galbraith – Review”

Sigma Force series character analysis – Seichan

I’ve stated in previous reviews how my favorite type of characters are the ones who start out as the “villain,” and then have a transformation. I love the process of someone realizing their previous ways are hurtful and detrimental to the world and themselves. The process of fighting past a curtain of darkness to findContinue reading “Sigma Force series character analysis – Seichan”

“Judas Strain,” Review- James Rollins

I have read a few of James Rollin’s Sigma series books before. I picked them up because I have always enjoyed historical adventure type of stories. I like the idea of there being more to history than the basic stories we have always been told. Mix that idea in with an adventure and you haveContinue reading ““Judas Strain,” Review- James Rollins”

Horns- Joe Hill- Review (Spoilers)

This is another book I picked up because I saw that it was becoming a movie. As I have stated in previous reviews I like to read the books before seeing the movies. I want to see where the original story came from then see how they compare. I did not have a clear ideaContinue reading “Horns- Joe Hill- Review (Spoilers)”

The Maze Runner Series- Review – Spoilers

“The Maze Runner,” series by James Dashner is a post apocalyptic novel series. The first book, The Maze Runner, has been made into a movie recently. This keeps on the track of dystopian novels that have gained popularity since “Hunger Games,” came out. What this series does differently is that it is extremely action packed,Continue reading “The Maze Runner Series- Review – Spoilers”

The Silkworm- Robert Galbraith (J.K.Rowling) Review (Spoilers)

I was excited when I found out that Robert Galbraith was writing another Cormoran Strike novel. I had thought that Cuckoo’s Calling was a single book, not part of a series. It very easily could stand alone, but it also works very well for the start of a series about this man and his missionContinue reading “The Silkworm- Robert Galbraith (J.K.Rowling) Review (Spoilers)”