Publish date: April 3rd 2012
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
Series: Immortal City (#1)
What a fun read. Honestly, it was like watching a movie.And it would make a very good movie. I would go see it in theaters. The plot is simple and rather than being sappy or cliche, it's instead very neat and uncomplicated. The extraneous characters, while incidental in some cases, are not stock...
My Rating: 4.0 The minute I saw the cover of Immortal City, I knew I had to get my hands on it. Just look at the cover; it's absolutely gorgeous! I love the guy (and his muscles), his (cross?) tattoo, his tight black shirt, his sharp wings, and the cloudy background. The summary of Immortal City al...
At first I knew it wouldn't be good. Scott Speer had too much emphasis on most things. Other stuff could've been left unsaid. Although after reading a few chapters, I was drawn in to the book. I found myself addicted, not wanting to stop reading. Despite the slightly annoying writing style of the au...
Originally reviewed at Witchmag's Boekenplank !!!!! Wow… It’s been quite some time that I came across a book this awesome. Okay, I had some troubles with the misleading first chapter. Cause in what world would it be possible for a drunk person that causes a deadly accident to walk free, to not be ...
Interesting twist on celebrity in the US. Great love story! Full review to come.