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review 2018-03-24 14:21
The Lawley Case
The Lawley Case - Diana Xarissa

This one didn't have as strong of a plot as previous books, but it was still enjoyable and although the culprits in the mystery were known, the reasons were a surprise. But it's always fun to catch up with the Markham sisters and a great read to curl up with for an evening.

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text 2018-03-24 13:00
Reading progress update: I've read 36%.
The Masked City - Genevieve Cogman

The story and my brain, feel a lot less chaotic and muddled this time around. Although, I'm just at the point where Irene is going with Lord Silver to the high-chaos world of alternate Venice to try and retrieve Kai, so it remains to be seen if they stay that way. But so far-so good! 

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review 2018-03-24 06:51
Craven Manor...
Craven Manor - Darcy Coates

This was the first book I've read by Darcy Coates and it was really good!


If you don't like very scary books, no worries, you won't have to sleep with the lights on or anything. It's just a little creepy and there's a few 'hold your breath' and 'make you jump' scenes but nothing over the top.


I'm kind of picky about ghost/ haunted house stories especially the endings but I was pleasantly surprised by this one. It wrapped up nicely and didn't leave you hanging with a million questions which seems to be the case in a lot of the ghost stories I seem to read.


I personally want to read all of her books now including her upcoming release The Carrow Haunt which sounds like it's going to be awesome too! My poor TBR is never going to decrease.


Before you stay at Craven Manor though, you need to know the Rules:


No strangers are allowed onto the property.

Do not enter the tower.

Do not leave the groundskeeper's cottage between midnight and dawn.

Draw your curtains.

Keep the door locked. If you hear knocking, do not answer it.






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review 2018-03-24 04:24
The Long-Lost Secret Diary of the World's Worst Dinosaur Hunter by Tim Collins & Sarah Horne (Illustrator)

This was over all a fun read, though at times felt a little slow.




In my opinion, it felt like it was missing a lot of details and actions. I could not get a clear picture of the surroundings or characters. However the descriptions of the bones and dinosaurs was handled really well.

I liked the main character. She was spunky, spoke up for herself and knew what she wanted to be and didn't let stuffy scientist guys stop her.

This is a fictional take on what if a little girl discovered some of the most known dinosaurs. The story was cute, there was segments that told the true facts of the dinosaurs she discovered, which I found really neat.

Any dino loving kid sound read this and hopefully it turns into a series of kids doing great things.

But, let's forget about age; anyone who enjoys middle grade may like this book. It is well written and if you like diary format, that is a plus. I also want to point out that I loved the artwork by Sarah Horne.


*Provided by Netgally*

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review 2018-03-23 23:45
Wow, Valiant minus bloodshot=amnesia
Quantum and Woody (2013- ) #1: Digital Exclusives Edition - James Asmus,Tom Fowler,Jordie Bellaire

Maybe I just don't care for any other Valiant characters as much as Bloodshot?  I can get obsessive like that...


Anyway, another one with the same problem: didn't suck one star's worth, and I can't really remember anything so I can't image I thought it was a three star book.

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