The Telling by Alexandra Sirowy #bookreview

Title: The Telling Author: Alexandra Sirowy Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers Date of Publication: August 2016 Genre: YA Contemporary, Horror/Thriller/Mystery Page Count: 389 ISBN: 9781481418898 (hardback)       "Lana used to know what was real. That was before, when her life was small and quiet. Her golden stepbrother, Ben, was alive. … Continue reading The Telling by Alexandra Sirowy #bookreview

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Some Of The Best From Tor.com 2016 #BookReview #Free #KOBO

📓 Some Of The Best From Tor.com is a collection of 25 stories, each with a beautifully illustrated cover, published in 2016. I stumbled upon this free KOBO ebook while searching for a book by Caighlan Smith, who has a short story in this anthology. Keep scrolling to see my rating for each story (P.S. quite … Continue reading Some Of The Best From Tor.com 2016 #BookReview #Free #KOBO

The Waste Lands (The Dark Tower Book 3) By Stephen King #SpoilerFree #BookReview

 The Waste Lands (The Dark Tower #3) By Stephen King, Illustrated By Ned Dameron Published by Plume January 1992 (first published August 1991) ISBN 0452267404 422 pages   The Waste Lands is an epic fantasy horror science fiction story with bad-ass gunslingers and sociopathic bad guys brought to you by Stephen King. King begins The … Continue reading The Waste Lands (The Dark Tower Book 3) By Stephen King #SpoilerFree #BookReview

Friday Reads! What are you reading this weekend? 😀 📚 🤠 🐦

I can't wait to fit in some reading this weekend. This weekend I'm reading... Six of Crows (Six of Crows #1) by Leigh Bardugo YA, Fantasy, Adventure, Romance, LGBT Published September 2015 "Criminal prodigy Kaz Brekker has been offered wealth beyond his wildest dreams. But to claim it, he'll have to pull off a seemingly … Continue reading Friday Reads! What are you reading this weekend? 😀 📚 🤠 🐦

The Drawing of the Three (The Dark Tower Book #2) By Stephen King #SpoilerFree #BookReview

"While pursuing his quest for the Dark Tower through a world that is a nightmarishly distorted mirror image of our own, Roland is drawn through a mysterious door that brings him into contemporary America. Here he links forces with the defiant young Eddie Dean, and with the beautiful, brilliant, and brave Odetta Holmes, in a … Continue reading The Drawing of the Three (The Dark Tower Book #2) By Stephen King #SpoilerFree #BookReview

The Drawing of the Three By Stephen King #FirstChapterFirstParagraph

When I pick up a book to decide if I'd like to read it I often read the first chapter, first paragraph. I thought perhaps other readers do the same. I also like to share the first chapter first, paragraph so I can highlight fantastic writing. That first paragraph is often the one that draws … Continue reading The Drawing of the Three By Stephen King #FirstChapterFirstParagraph

July Wrap Up

The Books of Magic By Neil Gaiman Illustrated By: John Bolton, Scott Hampton, Charles Vess, Paul Johnson Published January 2013 (first published 1993) Genre(s): Graphic Novel, Fiction, Fantasy My Review: The Books of Magic by Neil Gaiman #spoilerfree #bookreview #fantasybingo   Little Deaths By Emma Flint Published January 2017 Genre(s): Fiction, Mystery, Historical, Thriller, Crime … Continue reading July Wrap Up