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review 2017-04-04 22:50
Who Will Haunt My House on Halloween? - Jerry Pallotta,David Biedrzycki

This is a great book about all the different things you can be on Halloween. The girl realizes that none of the spooky things are real it is just other kids dressed up. This would be fun to read on Halloween day. It is leveled 160 L. 

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text 2017-03-14 14:20
Currently Free on Kindle
House of Rejoicing: Part 1 of The Book of Coming Forth by Day (Volume 1) - Libbie Hawker
Sea Monsters: A History of Creatures from the Haunted Deep in Legend and Lore - Charles River Editors
Buckingham Palace: The History of the British Royal Family's Most Famous Residence - Charles River Editors

Following books currently free on kindle.  

 

House of Rejoicing

Sea Monsters Charles River Editors

Buckingham Palace Charles River Editors

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review 2017-01-01 08:31
A Haunt for Jackels (Seven Cows, Ugly and Gaunt- Book 3)
A Haunt for Jackals: A Post-Apocalyptic, EMP-Survival Thriller (Seven Cows, Ugly and Gaunt Book 3) - Mark goodwin

First book completed in the New Year! This is the 3rd book in this series and most of it is about a hit on a compound that is becoming a threat to out group of survivors. While I have enjoyed this series, this 3rd book seemed a bit long winded. Too much talk of military things, maneuvers, weapons and such, that it made it drag for me.

 

As with his other books, the author also throws in some helpful survival tips. This book is Christian fiction, so there is no foul language, sex or stuff like that, and it does point out the gospel message and the importance of relying on the Lord.

 

4 stars 

I will definitely be continuing the series.

Recommended for Christian fiction fans and the survival/ prepper types.

 

(It took forward to add this book and get this review loaded. Holding off on future reviews here until they finally get this site fixed!!!

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review 2016-12-26 00:00
Haunt Me
Haunt Me - Liz Kessler Haunt Me - Liz Kessler When I was in school, my friends and I would write these role-playing stories, each taking turns to write what was going on for our characters, progressing the story, and throwing curve-balls at the others that they could respond to when their turn came.

There seemed to be this unspoken battle in which each of us wanted to have the most damaged and special snowflake of all the characters, and of course we wanted all the boys to be madly in love with our own characters, to love them despite the damage… to want to save them and make everything better.

We would take turns writing the boy characters, too, and their every thought was always on the female characters who were our own embodiment of super special.

That’s what this book felt like. Something my friends and I wrote as teenagers, which was total wish-fulfillment, but did not make any sense, and would have left readers undoubtedly frustrated at how “amazing” all of the characters were. The hopping of character points of view reinforced this feeling, with no chapter running for more than about five pages before it switched to the other, leaving nothing about their interactions unexplored from both points of view.

“Oh, for fuck’s sake,” became my mantra while reading this book, and was one of the main reasons I was able to push through.

This is a story of instalove, and of so much assumption and stupidity.

The rest of this review can be found HERE!
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review 2016-12-06 00:00
Haunt
Haunt - Laura Lee Bahr I have had this one on my tbr for a while now and when I saw that it had an audible companion, I snatched up the audio. It was the first time I used the Whispersync function, switching back and forth from reading to listening. It worked surprisingly well and I kind of dug it.

Laura Lee Bahr pens a weird one here. Shifting narrative perspectives, timelines and story threads - this should have been a total mess. It wasn’t. From the lead character “You” to a ghost, to an investigative reporter in love with a dead girl, this one is part horror/mystery/thriller. The summary describes it as “a tripping-balls Los Angeles noir, where a mysterious dame drags you through a time-warping Bizarro hall of mirrors.” Not a bad description, but I almost didn’t read it because it sounded too “weird”. I wouldn’t categorize it as Bizarro at all, as that is sometimes a turn off for me, but I will say that it was very strange...in a good way. Sometimes during that audio I would switch to the text version and see how exactly it was formatted on the page. It must have been challenging for the narrators at times, however, they pretty much nailed it and managed not to stumble over some of the more unique writing formats.

Well done and highly entertaining. I enjoyed this one a lot and am glad I finally gave it a shot.
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