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review 2016-07-25 17:51
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Invictus: The Double Face Invisible God - Athira Bhargavan
It - Stephen King
Our Flop Love Story till Valentine - Athira Bhargavan
BRUNETTE AND HER BUNNY - ATHIRA BHARGAVAN
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone - J.K. Rowling,Mary GrandPré

Glad to live through these books. I enjoyed the mystery book mostly Invictus -The double face INVISIBLE GOD. The PERFECT CRIME executed by the witted antagonist. All those greek names and so on cool characters... all brought perfect taste together. The rest of the books are so well written, I need not write more to tell why .... 

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review 2016-07-25 17:06
Best Book
BRUNETTE AND HER BUNNY - ATHIRA BHARGAVAN
Our Flop Love Story till Valentine - Athira Bhargavan
Invictus: The Double Face Invisible God - Athira Bhargavan
INVICTUS: THE DOUBLE FACE INVISIBLE GOD - Athira Bhargavan
Another One Goes Tonight: Peter Diamond, Book 16 - Peter Lovesey,Simon Prebble,Recorded Books
Bloodhounds (Peter Diamond Mystery) - Peter Lovesey
My Husband Not My Own: A Psychological Thriller - John Ellsworth

Read these books recently and found them awe...some forever. The whole book was just so thrilling experience for me and it just didn't stop giving me full of suspense,mystery and thrill.

 

Worth to buy them as a print or kindle version. I had a feeling, it might not be that good at first, but I was wrong when I flipped  through the pages of suspense, beauty, romance,crime,horror, artwork etc which were present in these books. Enjoyed the whole story plot, brilliant execution of character's life and many more.. Must read... if you love unique and cool concepts.

 

 

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review 2016-07-17 20:53
Trust the Flop
Trusting the Flop - S. Allen

2.5 stars

 

This is more summary than story: lots of telling, with some showing thrown in here and there. The set up to the relationship just wasn't very believable. Levi is injured in a car accident that takes the lower half of his left leg. His brother is killed in the same accident. Owen, the team's new doctor who Levi meets for the first time the day of the accident and they have one brief conversation together, just inserts himself into Levi's recovery plans and takes it upon himself to take him home while he's going through therapy. Because apparently he's the only other person in Levi's life. Where are his parents? His teammates and coach? Friends? Relatives? Anyone?? Who arranged Anton's funeral? Owen is spending whole days in Levi's hospital room right after the accident; doesn't he have a job to go to?

 

I really liked the picture and the prompt for this story, but this was not the best approach to take with it. This needed significantly more time and room to breathe. The relationship was strained and forced. Levi's thinking on one page that he's not in a place right now to start a relationship and on the next page declaring himself Owen's boyfriend. And I'm not a physical therapist, and I've never done massage therapy for an amputee before, but some of the details of Levi's recovery seem optimistic at best.

 

There are some good bones here, but it's trying to cram a novel into thirty-nine pages and it shows.

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review 2016-07-02 18:09
Big Top Flop (Nancy Drew Clue Book) - Carolyn Keene,Peter Francis

The fourth book, and also the last one in my boxset. While I did like it, there were things I just didn’t like.

For instance how the circus treated George when her whistle didn’t blow. They didn’t give her a second chance immediately after, they laughed at her, made fun, didn’t even try to help her out. I think that is really immature, and also pretty rude. If it was a kid’s circus I might have forgiven them, because kids can act like this at times, but a circus full of adults? No. Just no. So instead of enjoying the book and the whodunnit, I was mostly frustrated at the adults.

Of course the whodunnit was also fun, but I do have to say I was really disappointed with the outcome and what had happened. I had expected something grand and exciting, but it turned out to be that. Bah.

Miles was also just way to annoying and cocky. I hated how he acted, and also near the end what he did there. That is just a no-no.

But even with all those points, I did like the book and the circus. It is an old-fashioned circus, one you sadly won’t see any more. With animals of all sizes and sorts. Sadly, these days that just isn’t allowed any more. I am so glad that when I was a kid circuses still had animals, it just made things way more fun, and the animals were often still well taken care of (sure, I know the stories, there were enough circuses not taking care of their animals, but still I am sad that every animal had to leave).

I did like that we saw Nancy’s dad, and also Hannah. They are great characters, and I love how Nancy’s dad is so supportive of what she does, and wants to do. Even providing with tips and hints.

I did like the illustrations, though again the proportions of humans, but also objects is something that the artist needs to think about.

I do hope the next book will be better again.

Review first posted at https://twirlingbookprincess.com/

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review 2016-02-07 22:58
Review: The Diatomic Quantum Flop
The Diatomic Quantum Flop - Daniel Arthur Smith

A trip that can let you affect time itself... what would you do? Four college friends are faced with this dilemma as they learn to tap the Tibetan Kalachakra Time Travel Tantra.

The Diatomic Quantum Flop is a story that constantly evolves as I read it. Originally, when I read it as part of the Time Travel Chronicles, I wasn't sure what I felt about the story. I liked it, but I couldn't pinpoint why. After reading through it again, I decided that this is a story that will leave you thinking about the possibilities hidden within the human mind while simultaneously wondering what happens next. Though it's a little silly and chaotic, it's a story designed to make you think.

I received this book as a gift from the author.

Source: www.amazon.com/review/R2RJZX60EIPA3M
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