Month: September 2016

  Like a River Glorious (Gold Seer Trilogy)” is written by Rae Carson and illustrated by John hendrix.The genre of’Like a River Glorious’ is Fantasy, Science Fiction and Horror. This is the sequel of ‘Walk On Earth a Stranger’.Lee Westfall got through the quest to California. Lee found a totally new and loving family in […]

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The Tea Planter’s Wife by Dinah Jefferies. The Tea Planter’s Wife ” is written by Dinah Jefferies. The genre of ‘The Tea Planter’s Wife’ is Historical Fiction. Gwendolyn Hooper, lived in England. When she was 19, she got married Laurence. Laurence was an older widower. Gwendolyn Hooper left London and came to Ceylon with her […]

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A Night Without Stars by Peter F. Hamilton.This is a commendable spin-off of his past “Chasm Beyond Dreams” that takes after the account of a world ingested by the “universe inside a universe” called the Void. I emphatically propose starting this arrangement of books not with the first book in this arrangement but rather to […]

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When in French: Love in a Second Language by Lauren Collins.The initial segment is Lauren Collins recounting her battles to learn French and not having the capacity to gain any ground. There she is, stuck in Switzerland with her French spouse who is grinding away extend periods of time and she is defenseless in light […]

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Reckless Creed (Ryder Creed, #3) by Alex Kava.In Chicago, a young man jumps from his thirtieth-storey hotel room; along the Missouri river, a hunter and his son find a lake whose surface is littered with snow geese, all of them dead; and in Southern Alabama, Ryder Creed and his search-and-rescue dog Grace find the body […]

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Not Quite Perfect (Not Quite Series, #5) by Catherine Bybee.Mary Kildare and Glen Fairchild met through common loved ones around a year earlier keeping in mind there was frantic science amid that initially meeting, neither one of them followed up on it. It took that whole year and the introduction of their friend’s, Dakota and […]

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Blanca knows that the way of the Vestals is the best way. The clean way. The correct way. She’s untouched by the crazed culture of implanted internet addiction that rages in the world around her walled sanctum. She’s grateful to be a Vestal–one of the select few people, both male and female, who are raised […]

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David Szalay’s All That Man Is elements nine parts, each around 40 pages in length , completely acknowledged characters, that should be interconnected to the point that this book is not an accumulation of short stories essentially but rather a novel. I’m not induced of the book’s case to be a novel. It is undoubtedly […]

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Alesandro Sussken is a composer living in Glaund, a fascist state constantly at war with another equally faceless opponent. His brother is sent off to fight; his family is destroyed by grief. Occasionally Alesandro catches glimpses of islands in the far distance from the shore, and they feed into the music he composes. But all […]

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A Proposal to Die For (A Lady Alkmene Callender Mystery, Book 1) by Vivian Conroy. Woman Alkmene Callender arrangement, Conroy acquaints perusers with the primary woman herself. Sharp, shrewd and phenomenally curious, Lady Alkmene’s demeanor and capacity to snoop out succulent data was second to none. From the main section, Conroy assembles the puzzle and […]

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Pasadena by Sherri L. Smith

Pasadena by Sherri L. Smith.Jude is going by her offended father on the East Coast when she gets the call about Maggie. They advise her she submitted suicide. That she was discovered gliding in her pool with a paunch loaded with medications. In any case, that just doesn’t bode well, on the grounds that everybody […]

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Willa Davis is wrangling puppies when Keane Winters stalks into her pet shop, desperate to leave his great-aunt’s Feline-from-Hell in someone else’s capable hands. But, despite the fact that he’s sure he’s never seen the drop-dead-gorgeous pet-shop owner before, she definitely seems to be mad at him. The last thing Willa is inclined to do […]

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I’m Judging You: The Do-Better Manual by Luvvie Ajayi. With over 500,000 readers a month at her enormously popular blog, AwesomelyLuvvie.com, Luvvie Ajayi is a go-to source for smart takes on pop culture. I’m Judging You is her debut book of humorous essays that dissects our cultural obsessions and calls out bad behavior in our […]

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“Cradle and All” is written by James Patterson.The genre of ‘Cradle and All’ is Contemporary Fiction.James Patterson has also written the Alex Cross novel detective series, Kiss the Girls and Along Came a Spider. Anne Fitzgerald, was a nun, now she is working as a private investigator. She was appointed by the Archdiocese of Boston […]

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“Woman of God” is written by James Patterson.┬áThe genre of ‘Woman Of God’ is Thrillers and Suspense.James Patterson is also the author of the Alex Cross novel detective series, Kiss the Girls and Along Came a Spider.’Woman of God’ is the story of Brigid Fitzgerald. Brigid Fitzgerald has completed her medical degree and started her […]

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Nitro’s Torment: Sydney Storm MC by Nina Levine.Nitro was an astonishment from start to finish and I wound up getting a charge out of each moment of unwinding this riddle of a man. In addition to the fact that he was all scrumptious, messy, and crude alpha male, however as the story advanced, Nina Levine […]

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“Entrapment (Infidelity) (Volume 4)” is written by Aleatha Roming. The genre of ‘Entrapment’ is Romantic Suspense.Aleatha has also written Consequences, Tales From The Dark Side, Insidious, Betrayal, Into The Light, away From Dark and Infidelity series. ‘Entrapment’ is the fourth book of the series ‘Infidelity’.Alexandria ‘Charli’ Collins is back and she is controlled by Alton, […]

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Going Geek is the main novel that I’ve perused by Charlotte Huang, in spite of the fact that I have heard astounding things about For the Record. When I caught wind of this one, I was eager to peruse it, since I thought it seemed like an extraordinary contemporary (and alright, that spread is so […]

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For the Love of English by A.M. Hargrove .This was a book that very abandoned me “under the rainbow” today. AM Hargrove is one of those writers where I go in visually impaired so I truly didn’t realize what I would kick until I off perusing. AM Hargrove conveys a heart halting, delightful, attractive, sweet, […]

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Levi’s Blue by M. Leighton

Levi’s Blue by M. Leighton. Levi’s Blue is a wonderfully recounted romantic tale that filled my spirit with endless joy. I’m really having an intense time notwithstanding concocting the right words to depict the lovely way of this book. It is far beyond only a sentimental story with an attractive legend who is the main […]

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“Change of Heart (Fostering Love #2)” is written by Nicole Jacquelyn.The genre of ‘Change of Heart’ is Fiction. Anita Martin was an orphan. She hardly expected anything from her life. Her childhood was filled with struggles. She was regularly transferring from one foster house to another.She had learned and managed everything herself. She doesn’t rely […]

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Because I’m Watching (Virtue Falls, #3) by Christina Dodd. Each book remains all alone, yet characters do re-show up. The book coat of Because I’m Watching is the primary piece of information that this book is a thriller. There is a finished imprint that is unnerving – to me, in any event! There are 3 […]

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Tier One (Tier One #1) by Brian Andrews. A previous SEAL who finds another way of life as a spy, Jack Dempsey has a score to settle. Venturing to every part of the globe with his new group that is simply starting to shape a bond, he will confront maybe the most genuine fear monger […]

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Ninth City Burning by J. Patrick Black.Ninth City Burning is the main book by J. Patrick Black so I wasn’t certain what’s in store. What I found was an amazingly complex novel and much more than I expected in a presentation novel. This is a standalone with no cliffhanger, however it is open-finished for future […]

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Crosstalk by Connie Willis

The bit of story that I will discuss concerns the underlying arrogance of the novel. The turn,, when it comes is somewhat of a McGuffin. The purpose of the fact of the matter is to appreciate two individuals talking, much the same as the discussion we find in Screwball comedies of the thirties and forties. […]

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The Women in the Walls by Amy Lukavics.Lucy lives in a manor amidst no place with her dad, auntie, and cousin. Things turn sour right from the earliest starting point of the novel when Lucy’s auntie vanishes into the forested areas one day. Things are unusual when her dad doesn’t contact the police and rather […]

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Kids of Appetite by David Arnold.The genre of ‘Kids of Appetite’ is Literature and Fiction.Vic, Bruno Victor Benucci II, is suffering with Moebius syndrome and neurological illness which has partly paralyzes his face. Two years back his father died due to pancreatic cancer and his father’s death deeply disturbed him. When Frank, a widower and […]

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Razor Girl by Carl Hiaasen

Razor Girl by Carl Hiaasen.Carl Hiaasen paints some genuinely amazing characters, a few of whom help every one of us a lot to remember individuals at present in the features. This story delineates the experiences of a fake redneck unscripted television star (Buck Nance), his hapless specialist (Lane Coolman), and a genuine redneck fan (Benny […]

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Chandler: A Standalone : Fixed #5 Laurelin Paige.The genre of ‘Chandler’ is Contemporary Romance.Chandler, charming, handsome young man of twenty four. He is the younger brother of Hudson Pierce. He is totally different person from Hudson. After many failures in love, Chandler is now believed in one night stands only. Chandler received money from his […]

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The Velvet Hours by Alyson Richman.The story set in France does a reversal and forward between Solange, a youthful excellent lady in 1938-1939 (start of WWII) an essayist who is exhausted with her life and directionless after her mom’s passing and Marthe de Florian, Solange’s grandma.Marthe gave her child to a companion to raise and […]

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