Book for Review - 2018 · Book Review · Fantasy/Paranormal/SciFi · Mini-Review · OnlineBookClub · Young Adult

Mini-Review: Becoming the Dragon by Alex Sapegin

Here’s another mini-review of a book I recently reviewed for OnlineBookClub.org. To read my full OnlineBookClub official review, you can go here: Becoming the Dragon Genre: Fantasy/Young Adult Themes: Destiny, Transformation, Discovery, Mentoring ~ The Good ~ Has several magical creatures – elves, gnomes, dragons, etc. Themes are portrayed well ~ The Not-So Good ~ Secondary…… Continue reading Mini-Review: Becoming the Dragon by Alex Sapegin

Book for Review - 2018 · Book Review · Mini-Review · Nonfiction · OnlineBookClub

Mini-Review: Daily Warrior by Kim Alfreds

Here’s another mini-review of a book I recently reviewed for OnlineBookClub.org. To read my full OnlineBookClub official review, you can go here: Daily Warrior Genre: Non-Fiction/Motivational ~ The Good ~ Some advice can be useful Days/months are marked clearly Daily entries are short enough to read every day ~ The Not-So Good ~ Phrases like -…… Continue reading Mini-Review: Daily Warrior by Kim Alfreds

Book for Review - 2018 · Book Review · OnlineBookClub · Religion

Book Review: Eyes Don’t Lie by Crystal Dawn Mason

Genre: Crime/Thriller Number of Pages: 134 Publication Date: October 11, 2017 Story Perspective: Alternating Third-Person Themes: Child Abuse/Neglect, Faith, Redemption, Good vs. Evil To Learn More About the Book, Click: Eyes Don’t Lie on OBC Bookshelves *This was part of the OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day Program and is reviewed for the Blogger Review Program* Broken and devastated Keith has eyes for only brunettes with…… Continue reading Book Review: Eyes Don’t Lie by Crystal Dawn Mason

Book for Review - 2018 · Book Review · Contemporary · NetGalley

Book Review: The Art of Hiding by Amanda Prowse

Pages: 290 Genre: Contemporary Fiction Publication Date:  July 18, 2017 Story Perspective: Third-Person Themes: Family, Loss, Grieving, Love, Relationships, Discovering Oneself This book was given for free, courtesy by NetGalley. Nina’s whole has been very privileged and special to her. She feels stable and complete with her dear husband and two beautiful boys. However, tragedy hits when Nina’s husband, Finn,…… Continue reading Book Review: The Art of Hiding by Amanda Prowse

Book for Review - 2018 · Christianity · Crime/Thriller/Mystery/Horror · Fantasy/Paranormal/SciFi · Mini-Review · OnlineBookClub

Mini-Review: Malice of the Cross by Jeremy Croston

Here’s another mini-review of a book I recently reviewed for OnlineBookClub.org. To read my full OnlineBookClub official review, you can go here: Malice of the Cross Genre: Fantasy/Christian/Horror/Thriller Themes: History repeats itself, good versus evil, faith, revenge, friendship ~ The Good ~ Likable protagonists Unique combination of genres Very action-packed Never a dull moment Plot was easy…… Continue reading Mini-Review: Malice of the Cross by Jeremy Croston

ARC Copy · Book for Review - 2018 · Book Review · Coming-of-Age · Historical Fiction · NetGalley

ARC Book Review: The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah

Pages: 435 Genre: Historical Fiction/Coming-of-Age Publication Date:  February 6, 2018 Story Perspective: Alternating First-Person Themes: Survival, Domestic Abuse, PTSD, Finding Strength, Family, Loyalty, Relationships, Friendship, Teenage Angst, Loss This book was given for free, courtesy by NetGalley. After years of moving around, the Allbrights have finally settled in the barrenness of Alaska. Thirteen-year-old Leni, her father, Ernt, and her mother,…… Continue reading ARC Book Review: The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah

ARC Copy · Book for Review - 2018 · Book Review · Fantasy/Paranormal/SciFi · Medical Fiction · NetGalley

ARC Book Review: The Bone Curse by Carrie Rubin

Pages: 282 Genre: Paranormal/Medical Expected Publication Date: March 27, 2018 Theme: Vodou/Friendship/Medical/Forgiveness This book was given for free, courtesy by NetGalley. One seemingly ordinary day, Ben Oris is driven to enter the catacombs in Paris. Something calls to him. However, answering this call and following this voice might lead to unimaginable and dire repercussions. Entering the catacombs, he is driven…… Continue reading ARC Book Review: The Bone Curse by Carrie Rubin