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2018 Reading Challenge

2018 Reading Challenge
Jill Elizabeth has read 25 books toward her goal of 175 books.
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Book(s) Review(s): Hollow Man and Dominic by Mark Pryor

You’re in for a treat today – two books in a brilliant new-ish series from one of my favorite authors, the exceptionally talented Mark Pryor. I’ve read every book in his Hugo Marston series – it’s a marvelous mystery series featuring an ex-pat former CIA agent who is now living in Paris as the head […]

Guest Book Review: In the Rearview Mirror by Lee Livingston

Another guest review today, courtesy of Sharon. It’s a quick read, but with a big concept. “A best friend in high school is a friend for life, except when he shoots himself at twenty-nine.” So reads the first line of Lee Livingston’s newly re-mastered memoir, In The Rearview Mirror. Despite the ominous overtones, it’s a […]

Book Review: Only Human by Sylvain Neuvel

I must confess, this was the book in the trilogy that I least enjoyed… It felt like a political manifesto as much as (rather than?) than the conclusion to the series. The parts that focused on the continuation of the existing relationships (between Terrans and Ekt, between Eva and Vincent, between Rose and Vincent), and […]

Book Review: Hangman by Jack Heath

Timothy Blake is NOT your average, everyday FBI consultant – and his story is NOT your average, everyday thriller… This is a helluva ride – the action is non-stop, the characterization is spot-on (in the creepiest and most darkly delightful of ways), the plot is well thought out with twists and turns that keep the […]

Book Review: Holmes Entangled by Gordon McAlpine

“Occam’s razor does not always slice straight. The universe is a labyrinth.”

I do NOT know how Gordon McAlpine does it, but he has the most incredible imagination and a phenomenal gift at translating that imagination into narratives that blend reality and fiction, melding the two to create a perfect agglomeration that entertains and makes […]

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