Another MAC2 addition to my TBR has been tackled! How did My Life as a White Trash Zombie stand up? Will I be craving brains now? Check out my review today!
Revisionary marks the end of the Magic Ex Libris series. No more pulling shit out of books to save the World. Unless, of course, I find the time to re-read the series. And I hope I do. Because this series is just plain fun.
Fans of science fiction, fantasy and paranormal novels will get a kick out Jim’s mastery at weaving elements from all these genres together. Issac is a down-to-earth hero that everyone can relate to and see a bit of themselves in.
Wynn in Doubt by Emily Hemmer caught my eye just when I needed a pick-me-up. It’s a quick read about a girl, Wynn, who decides to investigate the life of her great-grandmother who left her family behind. Wynn’s investigation leads her on a journey of self discovery. I fell in love with Wynn. I could see a bit of myself in her as I seem to be the one dancing to the beat of my own drummer in my family. Sometimes that is tough and at the same time it can be rewarding. When Wynn utters the words, “—I want to be someone who is not afraid.”, I instantly knew that this girl and her infatuation with Oliver were going to keep me turning the pages. Beyond Wynn’s struggle to find her true calling in life, there is plenty of humor and romance. Oliver and Wynn have a chemistry that can’t be ignored. This creates some racy bits and some deep conversations. This puts a bit of polish on the characters and gives them a greater depth. “…Technology give us the illusion of being connected. You can’t connect with someone by poking them on Facebook. That’s not friendship. That’s […]