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text 2017-09-21 00:04
Reading progress update: I've read 35%.
Deeper Than the Dead (Oak Knoll) - Tami Hoag

I'm unfortunately finding this book a little flat. I am trying to get into it, but it's not that great. Maybe because Hoag has so many characters floating around. We have Detective Mendez, FBI profiler Vince Leone, school teacher Anne Navarre, plus the POV of the three children who found the dead body. Also the families in said homes (2 of them) are messed up.

 

I can feel how terrified the community is though with the thought a serial killer is in their midst. Detective Mendez is acting like an ass too, so he's just not my fav at all.

 

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text 2017-09-20 23:53
Reading progress update: Study Habits
Harry Potter's Book of Virtues: Volume 1, The Virtue of Work - Casey Robin,Connie Neal

I am loving this book! It talks about work habits and the virtue of work. About 10% in they have Hermione's Study habits! Great things for anyone in school or just studying in general. 

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text 2017-09-20 22:29
Reading progress update: I've read 19%.
The Ghost Bride: A Novel - Yangsze Choo

‘If an exorcist comes to the house, people will suspect we have ghost trouble.’ Amah frowned uneasily.

 

Uh-huh. You don't say!

 

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review 2017-09-20 21:27
Too Beautiful to Break (Romancing the Clarksons) by Tessa Bailey
Too Beautiful to Break (Romancing the Clarksons) - Tessa Bailey

 

Reading Too Beautiful to Break, is like standing in the eye of a hurricane.  The storm clouds alert to danger, but the thrill of the unknown outweighs the fear of what's to come. Belmont and Sage are a cocktail of danger from their co - dependent relationship, to their individual demons.  Underneath the calm lies precarious revelations that could prove lethal to a friendship that goes beyond the boundaries of the norm.  At times I felt like a voyeur as I traversed the carnage of this disturbingly complicated duet of hearts, but once you step into the maze there's no turning back.  Your heart won't allow you to walk away.

 

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review 2017-09-20 21:17
My Review of The Last Dragon Slayer
The Last Dragon Slayer - Martyn Stanley

The Last Dragon Slayer by Martyn Stanley is the first book in the Deathsworn Arc series. Saul Karza is a wizard tasked with finding and killing a Noble Dragon. He is aided by two immigrants and a dwarf, but acquire the help of an elf and a dark elf along the way.

 

This story was good, but it could have used a bit of editing. I became invested in the characters as the story unfolded. It was a slow paced tale until the end, but overall a decent story.

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