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review 2017-12-27 00:00
Shatter
Shatter - Kaitlyn Davis Shatter - Kaitlyn Davis Things are finally looking up for Pandora. She can now live her life without having to look over her shoulder expecting someone to be there trying to kill her and no more being chased through the shadows. Pandora can now lead her life the way she sees fit with the boy she is in love with, Jax. The whole world is hers if she wants.

Pandora has killed the monster that has been chasing her. When she tells the titans what she has done they are not as happy about it as she is as they do not believe that the monster is dead.

Just as Pandora starts to think the world is safe once again; she starts to wonder if the titans may be correct in thinking the monster is still alive. The war she thought was over may just be beginning. If the monster is still alive and Pandora can’t find a way to stop him for good then it may just spell the end of the world. Can Pandora stop the monster? Is the monster even still alive? Can Pandora save the world? Can she stop the ending from coming?

I fell in love with the Midnight Ice world from the first book Frost following Pandora, Jax and Sam through the shadows. This has been an amazing journey one in which I hate to see end. The Midnight Ice world is filled with twist after twist that keeps you glued to the pages wanting to find out what is going to happen next.

I would like to suggest that you give the Midnight Ice world a try that is if you like visiting the paranormal world or just like a good fantasy to read every now and again.
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review 2017-12-15 09:19
#82 - Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi (re-read)
Shatter Me - Tahereh Mafi

I first read this book in 2015 and decided to re-read the entire series in anticipation of the fourth book (Restore Me is coming out in March).

 

I did not especially enjoy my first reading of this book; I had troubles with Juliette, the main character. However, my second read was so much better, I really enjoyed getting back into this amazing world. Knowing what is going to happen next, I was more interested in some characters that I did not pay too much attention during my first read. The different relationships were much more interesting now that I know… It is still not my favourite book of the series, but it was great.

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review 2017-12-04 02:51
Shatter by Jocelynn Drake and Rinda Elliott - My Thoughts
Shatter - Rinda Elliott,Jocelynn Drake

This is my m/m romance catnip.  There's action, there's a mystery of some sort, there's a band of brothers, there's humour and there's some hot sexytimes. 

This is Snow's story.  Snow, or Dr. Ashton Frost, is, as his name implies, somewhat cold and standoffish - walls up for everyone except maybe his three closest friends.  He's a brilliant surgeon and sexy as hell.  Well, right up my alley, anyway.  A ghost from his past is haunting him and he's framed for a murder and his found family is under attack and of course he's trying to deal with it on his own.

Enter Jude Torres, paramedic whose had his eye on the good doctor for a while.  He's a big, handsome, smart caregiver and he's determined not to let Snow handle this unravelling situation on his own.  He's had a sort of crush on the good doctor for a while, but tragedy brings them together and the attraction catches fire in all the best ways. 

I like Snow and Jude together.  They are good for each other.   They have great banter, which is another of my catnips.  And they just naturally have great physical chemistry too.  Sometimes that doesn't come across in these romances, but here it's loud and clear and I love it! 

So if like me, you're a fan of Abi Roux's Cut and Run series, or any of S.E. Jakes' series or Rhys Ford's series, I think you'd like this.  I did.  :)

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review 2017-11-05 00:00
The Spontaneous Healing of Belief 4-CD set: Shattering the Paradigm of False Limits
The Spontaneous Healing of Belief 4-CD s... The Spontaneous Healing of Belief 4-CD set: Shattering the Paradigm of False Limits - Gregg Braden Interesting ideas, presented in an entertain way. This book is worth re-reading and contemplating, regardless of your state of agreement or disagreement. At the last track/chapter you'll find a very convenient list of what the author refers to as rules, which are essentially the main points of this book.
I would suggest a printed or electronic copy rather than an audio book. In this way you can easily return to parts that interest you and skip what you probably have heard and read ten thousand times like: Roger Bannister breaking the four-minute mile record.
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review 2017-11-04 20:00
Shatter The Bones
Shatter the Bones - Stuart MacBride

I won this book at Ezzulia and I was very pleased to win it, because I had heard such positive stories about the books bij Stuart MacBride. I couldn't wait to start with it. But, while reading, my enthusiasm got tempered.

Now, I've been thinking what to think about 'Shatter The Bones', but actually all I can say about is: average. Everything about it was in my opinion average. Story, setting, writing style, nothing was really remarkable... Yes, it was a detective story and it was nice and easy to read, but if you would ask me next year what the book was about, I probably couldn't give you an answer. I don't like that. I want to read stories I'll never forget after reading. But this isn't one of those. Unfortunately.

It's just average...

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