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text 2018-06-29 15:51
June wrap up
The Flight of the Griffin - C.M. Gray
Cat Lady Embroidery: 380 Ways to Stitch a Cat - Applemints
Gypsy Blood - Jeff Gunhus
Ecstasy: A Novel of Alma Mahler - Mary Sharratt
A Secret Twice Hidden - Shanna Lauffey
The City of Brass - S.A. Chakraborty

So, I finished 6 books this month. Not bad for me. 4 of them were Netgalley reads and all of those were good, as was the most recent installment of the time travel series I follow. The one YA book I read was reasonably good even, with a few allowances.


The only problem is that when I was giving feedback at Netgalley, I went a bit mad and requested too many books again! If my currently reading shelf looks mental, it's because I always put my review promises there, even if I haven't started them yet.


This could take a while.

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review 2018-06-23 14:15
Gypsy Blood
Gypsy Blood - Jeff Gunhus

by Jeff Gunhus


The very first chapter of this one had some attention-grabbing phrases that sucked me right into the story to see what was going to happen. A couple of chapters in and there was some graphic violence that challenged my squeamishness, but there was also a spooky aspect to the situation that made me want to know what was going on too much to let a little grossness put me off.


The story develops into a sort of supernatural mystery-thriller. Corbin Stewart is a writer having a hard time with finances and writer's block. He goes to Paris and finds himself caught up in some sort of war between a mysterious cloaked albino cult and the local Roma after his blood is tainted while trying to help an old man being attacked in an alley. A woman who says she works for his publisher is somehow involved.


There was a constant stream of surprises in this one. Just when I started to think I knew what was going on, another twist would throw a wobbler into the mix. It all became clear except which side certain characters were on. There was a certain amount of keeping the reader guessing on that one until the very end.


I can't help wondering if genuine Roma people might take offense at the way the group in the book are portrayed, but the story had plenty of action and a supernatural aspect that kept it interesting. The violence and grossness would return, but at least it wasn't a constant and only came in where the story was moved forward by it.


A couple of things were overly convenient but overall I really enjoyed the story and would definitely read more from this author.

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review 2018-05-16 15:13
Review – Gypsy Blood by Jeff Gunhus @Jeffgunhus @XpressoReads
Gypsy Blood - Jeff Gunhus

Gypsy Blood
Jeff Gunhus
Publication date: May 1st 2018
Genres: Adult, Horror




I love the creepy cover for Gypsy Blood and Jeff Gunhus writes some great stories, so I am eager to begin reading.


Corbin is sitting at a cafe minding his own business, suffering writers block and trying to come up with something, when in walks a dame. Sounds cliche, but Margo is not just any dame.


The death of the old man brings about strange happenings, strange men, and danger with a capital D, which will dog his every step.


I think I know what will happen, but Jeff doesn’t make it so simple. This is so not what I was expecting and I do love surprises when it comes to my reading material.


Evil oozes off the pages and I wonder if they will make it out alive and in what shape they will be in, if they do. Corbin and Margo must work together, though neither trusts the other.


I thought Stephen King writes great stories of raising the dead, but he has nothing on Jeff Gunhus in Gypsy Blood and if you are a horror lover, like I am, this is one book and author you will want on your reading list.


I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Gypsy Blood by Jeff Gunhus.

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text 2018-05-02 15:37
BLOG TOUR, EXCERPT & #GIVEAWAY - Gypsy Blood by Jeff Gunhus
Gypsy Blood - Jeff Gunhus
When Corbin Stewart, a down-on-his-luck writer living in Paris, witnesses the brutal attack of an old gypsy, he rushes to help. He chases off the attackers, three albinos wearing porcelain tragedy masks, but not before they stab the old man repeatedly. While Corbin tries to keep the man alive until help arrives, blood gets on his skin, in his eyes, into his mouth. The old man dies, but Corbin soon discovers that death isn’t the end for the powerful gypsy, and that the blood in his body carries part of the man’s tortured soul with it.



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text 2017-06-02 09:35
REVIEW BY ANGI - Resurrection America by Jeff Gunhus
Resurrection America - Jeff Gunhus

When helicopters and armored vehicles filled with soldiers in hazmat suits quarantine the small mountain town of Resurrection, Colorado, Sheriff Rick Johnson feels like the Jihadi wars have followed him home. But while the town follows martial law out of fear of a virus released into the air, Rick isn't buying the official version of events. As he investigates, the cover story unravels and he discovers the military's presence and the salvation they offer isn't what it seems. 


@AngiPlant, @XpressoReads, #TechnoThriller, #Post_Apocalyptic, #Science_Fiction, 4 out of 5 (very good)


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