Publisher: Penguin

Book Review: The Queen of the South by Arturo Pérez-Reverte

Book Review: The Queen of the South by Arturo Pérez-Reverte

“I ask myself how other people see me, and I hope they see me from way far away.” July’s book club selection was Arturo Pérez-Reverte’s Queen of the South. This novel has been adapted a couple of times for television. The first time as a telenovela, and the second as the American remake which airs on cable. […]

Book Review: Winter Prey (Lucas Davenport) by John Sandford

Book Review: Winter Prey (Lucas Davenport) by John Sandford

Winter Prey was one of my favorite novels in John Sandford’s Lucas Davenport series. Lucas is now living in his cabin in a small Wisconsin town when the local sheriff asks for his help. There is someone out there who has gruesomely killed a family, and the sheriff feels out of his league. He looks to Davenport for […]

Book Review: Silent Prey (Lucas Davenport) by John Sandford

Book Review: Silent Prey (Lucas Davenport) by John Sandford

Dr. Mike Bekker is back, and it’s up to Lucas Davenport to stop him once and for all. Silent Prey is the continuation of John Sandford’s Eyes of Prey. Davenport’s life has drastically changed following the events of the last two novels. Davenport and his longtime love are over for good, and Lucas is looking at a future where […]

Audio Review: Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng

Posted May 17, 2017 by @Angelized_1st in Audio, Books, Entertainment / 0 Comments
Audio Review: Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng

“The things that go unsaid are often the things that eat at you.” April’s book club selection was Celeste Ng’s Everything I Never Told You. This book centers around a mixed-race family in the ’70’s who suffer a great tragedy. This story is told from multiple perspectives and jumps around in time. While this kind of storytelling […]

Book Review: The Midnight Star (The Young Elites) by Marie Lu

Book Review: The Midnight Star (The Young Elites) by Marie Lu

“You cannot harden your heart to the future just because of your past. You cannot use cruelty against yourself to justify cruelty to others.” The Midnight Star was fantastic! In fact I enjoyed it even more then The Rose Society. Adelina is now queen, but has lost the one person who meant the most to […]

Book Review: The Young Elites by Marie Lu

Book Review: The Young Elites by Marie Lu

“It is pointless to believe what you see, if you only see what you believe.” The Young Elites has been on my TBR list for a long time, and is actually what prompted me to read Legend. While both of Marie Lu’s series are set in a dystopian society, The Young Elites is a darker story. It takes place after […]

Perspectives on Relationships in J. R. Ward’s Dark Lover

Perspectives on Relationships in J. R. Ward’s Dark Lover

This is the third time I’ve read J. R. Ward’s Dark Lover, the first book in her popular Black Dagger Brotherhood series. For some reason I thought I’d already reviewed it, but I never have. I’m a huge fan of this series. I love paranormal romance, and the action scenes are spectacularly cinematic. Not only that, but Ward writes […]