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review 2017-07-01 18:29
Mr. Pants: Trick or Feet! - Scott Mccormick, R. H. Lazzell 
Mr. Pants: Trick or Feet! - Scott Mccormick,R. H. Lazzell

I don't understand whether these are cars who are treated like human children, or actual children drawn as cats for some reason. Doesn't matter. I was amused.

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review 2017-05-17 14:11
REVIEW BY MERISSA - The Carpenter and the Actor (Ellery Mountain #3) by R.J. Scott
The Carpenter and the Actor - R.J. Scott
The Carpenter & The Actor is the third book in the Ellery Mountain series, and it's Kieran's turn to spotlight! This 5'9" bundle of joy has seen his two best friends find love, but he has no inclination to follow them. However, that choice is taken away from him when Jason turns up in Ellery, looking for a time out from his brother's death.
 
The thing that I am thoroughly enjoying with this series, is that every story is different! You might not get a HEA, but you will definitely get a HFN. This works so well considering that these are novellas, but you still get a little epilogue to tease you with.
 
Finn, Max, Daniel, and Luke, all make an appearance (as you would expect), and help Kieran out when he needs it. Very well written, with no editing or grammatical errors that disrupted my reading flow, this book is a great addition to the series, and definitely recommended by me.
 
 *A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. *
 
Merissa
Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

 

Source: archaeolibrarianologist.blogspot.de/2017/05/retro-review-tour-giveaway-ellery.html
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review 2017-05-17 14:09
REVIEW BY MERISSA - The Teacher and the Soldier (Ellery Mountain #2) by R.J. Scott
The Teacher and the Soldier - R.J. Scott
The Teacher & The Soldier is the second in the Ellery Mountain series, and immediately isn't as 'funny' as book one. This is because it is dealing with a serious subject in PTSD! Whilst the story mentions this, it doesn't take over the story of Daniel and Luke, but rather helps to emphasise why people react in certain ways.
 
Daniel already has his network around him, that has now expanded to include Max. Luke only has Zach - his cheating ex that has become his friend. Although Luke didn't have a good time with Zach due to his own issues, I loved how this was written. Zach is a supporting character, but he is witty, warm, and caring. I hope that he turns up in later books, and I'm sure he needs a HEA of his own.
 
Very different to book one, but that is not a negative comment in any way! Very well written, with no editing or grammatical errors that disrupted my reading flow, this was an ideal short read. Definitely recommended by me.
 
 *A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. *
 
Merissa

Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

 

Source: archaeolibrarianologist.blogspot.de/2017/05/retro-review-tour-giveaway-ellery.html
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review 2017-05-17 14:07
REVIEW BY MERISSA - The Fireman and the Cop (Ellery Mountain #1) by R.J. Scott
The Fireman and the Cop - R.J. Scott
The Fireman and The Cop is the first book in the Ellery Mountain series by R.J. Scott. In this first story, we meet up with Max, who has just moved from the city, and is working for the mayor as well as being a volunteer firefighter. Within a day of his arrival, he is rescuing a cop from a burning police station. Flynn is a born and bred Ellery Mountaineer, and is very thankful to be rescued. It is safe to say that he and Max have an explosive beginning, along with some tongue-in-cheek humour
Source: archaeolibrarianologist.blogspot.de/2017/05/retro-review-tour-giveaway-ellery.html
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review 2017-04-29 20:33
Review: The Great Ordeal
The Great Ordeal: Book Three (The Aspect-Emperor Trilogy) - R. Scott Bakker

So . . . enough of this series, then. Book two's long, boring segments turned out to be setup for more long, boring segments. This was 180 pages worth of content spread over 497 pages of endless tedium. At some point repetitive slaughter is just boring. I was so bored with the Battle of the Bastards that I almost fell asleep watching it, and this is hundreds of pages of the same slaughter without giving me even a single character to care about.

 

Admittedly, there are some cool scenes, but I am just so done with this whole tedious sausagefest.

 

I will never get those hours back, y'all.

 

Please send whiskey, chocolate, and bad ass ladies.

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