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text 2018-04-22 05:13
Reading progress update: I've read 112 out of 448 pages.
Chris Ryan Extreme: Hard Target: Faster, Grittier, Darker, Deadlier - Chris Ryan

Very bloody and brutal. Bald called a friend out of the blood and this friend is obligated to get to them. He own him his life. 


So the fighting. A lot of actions and too bloody to describe. 

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review 2018-04-21 15:00
Cleopatra in Space #1: Target Practice - Mike Maihack
For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-Cycle

For Mike Maihack's first graphic novel, this one is actually pretty amazing. Cleopatra is transported into a futuristic academy on another planet and has to partake in Indian-Jones-style missions to prepare her for her role as messiah of the galaxy. Oh, and there's an organization run by cats. What's not to love?

Great simple dialogue with awesome artwork, this is such a great book. It is easy to get sucked into the story. And Cleo's character is snarky and hilarious. This is a very pleasurable read. 

Whether she's walking in on a surprise birthday party or fighting robot mummies, it is always a fun adventure with Cleo by your side. Excellent book. A great read for young graphic novel fans. 

I am so excited to read the rest of the series and find out what happens next.
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text 2018-03-18 03:50
Kill Your Darlings - Red Team Suspect
Moving Target - Christina Diaz Gonzalez




Playing this card for the known suspect Arthur Conan Doyle (author's first name begins with C).

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review 2018-03-18 03:42
Moving Target
Moving Target - Christina Diaz Gonzalez

There should have been some sort of warning.

- First Sentence


"Everything is part of the same painting," as my dad liked to say. "But we are each the artist of our own life. We choose what colors to use."

- Chapter 1



Cassie is an eighth grader living with her father in Rome, having an ordinary, boring life (except for the fact that she is an American girl living in Rome). One day, Cassie's father comes to school and yanks her into the car, speeding through the city, blabbering about how much he loves her, how he is going to fix things, and how he should have told her when she was younger. He finally tells Cassie that the Hastati are after her. Cassie has no idea what that means and she thinks he might be crazy, but then a motorcycle pulls up and the rider starts shooting at them. When her dad gets shot, Cassie takes him to the hospital, but he insists she must run to find Brother Gregorio for help. Cassie is terrified and runs to the only place she thinks might be safe, her friend Simone's house. But when the danger follows her even there, Cassie and Simone must find Brother Gregorio and find out what all of this means.


 In her dad's notebook, Cassie finds this message:

The Guardian will be bound for life once the spearhead is used.

It turns out the Hastati are a two thousand year old organization entrusted with one important duty - protect the spear (The Spear of Destiny). The spear can shape destiny, but only certain people can use the power - and Cassie is the last of that bloodline.

I was just an average girl. Things like this were not supposed to happen to people like me. The palette of my life's painting was gray or maybe a boring variety of beige, not psychedelic neon.


Well, this book starts off running and doesn't slow down. Cassie is constantly trying to figure out who to trust and how to keep Simone and herself safe. They are racing to find the spear, but they aren't the only ones. They must figure out baffling clues at every turn and stay ahead of the two factions fighting each other for control of the spear.


This is an edge of your seat adventure that will keep readers guessing until the end. I highly recommend it to kids in grades 4-8 who enjoy mysterious adventure stories with strong female heroines.


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review 2017-12-27 16:51
Eyes on Target: Inside Stories from the Brotherhood of the U.S. Navy SEALs - Scott McEwen,Richard Miniter

A book that was written from someone who had faced hardship and gone through adversity that forged an unbreakable bond between all his team members. This book contained a few deployment stories of these Navy special operations warfare operators . It also contained stories of how much they had sacrificed just to earn the seal trident . A book filled with all the ups and downs. Highly recommend to everyone as it inspires you and just gives you the extra drive to keep going on with all those phenomenal stories and motivation quotes

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