Wonderfully balances the literal and metaphorical meaning of fighting ghosts. The hero will delightfully sweep you off your feet, and a the heroine is admirably strong and resourceful. #historicalromance, #ghoststory
Based on the blurb I can guarantee you that Chilling Effect is everything you think it‘s going to be, plus so much more. It's nothing if not fast-paced space adventure with a heroine who will do anything for the people she cares about. See early review at VBC blog (http://vampirebookclub.net/early-review-giveaway-chilling-effect-by-valerie-vald...) There's also a giveaway going on from now until 9-23. #scifi
While The Girl the Sea Gave Back didn‘t resonate with me as much as Sky in the Deep I still found it to be a worthy companion novel. Be prepared for the differences, but also try to go with the flow of what the novel is supposed to represent and I think you‘ll enjoy it. See full review at http://vampirebookclub.net/review-the-girl-the-sea-gave-back-by-adrienne-young-s...
A wonderful book about books! See full review at Vampire Book Club blog http://vampirebookclub.net/review-the-unlikely-escape-of-uriah-heep-by-h-g-parry...
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Marvel at that gorgeous cover! #ya #coverlove
Once you‘re pulled into The Girl Who Could Move Sh*t with Her Mind, you find you‘re in a fast-paced high stakes read about an X-Men-like heroine battling the person she could have become if just one thing about her circumstances had been different.
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I was immediately excited about the whole “Robin Hood“ connection. It was easy to spot at the onset, but I quickly lost sight of the comparisons in favor of the way Joanna Shupe continues to craft these historical romances that have so much relevance to today. #historicalromance
It succeeds at being an engrossing, gritty, and an often-dark look at an alternate history of New York in the 1920s.
Like with The Kiss Quotient, Helen Hoang wrote a story with deeply personal roots and you can definitely feel that personal connection resonating throughout the story. She did a wonderful job not only continuing to bring autism to the foreground, but in this case, showing the challenges an emigrant faces, but also giving us a wonderful story of hope and new beginnings.