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review 2018-03-30 10:00
New Release Review! Ghost Tracker (Trackers #2) Jenna Kernan!
Ghost Tracker - Jenna Kernan

 

 

When wolf Skinwalker, Nick Chien, is attacked by ghosts, the Thunderbirds leave him at the mercy of an enemy healer, a Dreamwalker, with supernatural powers as dangerous as his own. Her duty as a Spirit Child is to kill him. But she instead determines to learn if his wild story of being attacked by ghosts is true. 

While walking in his dreams, Native American Jessie Healy, sees the truth...the threat is real. Nagi, the Ruler of the Circle of Ghosts, is using his ghosts to take possession of humans and attack the living. She also discovers, that in his dreams, they can explore a passion forbidden between their people when awake. But upon waking, they face more than the discovery of their attraction. They must confront an enemy that could destroy them both.

 

 

 

Jenna Kernan’s Tracker series is a wonderful world full of intriguing mythology, fascinating characters and she brings it all to life with well written descriptions that makes it easy for the readers to become part of the story as it takes place.

 

Nick and Jessie are strong, captivating characters that easily draw readers in and then refuse to let go because they have lots of sizzling chemistry but due to cultural differences they try and fight that attraction which keeps a lot of tension and angst which makes the romance quite rocky and keeps readers wondering if this couple will reach their happily ever after moment.

 

The story starts off with a bang as the enemy targets Nick and then he finds himself injured on Jessie’s doorstep and the suspense and anticipation builds from there keeping readers on the edge of their seats with this fast paced plot.

 

The mythology mixed in with the romance and the author’s type of characters adds interest and a little something extra as it adds to readers knowledge and changes things up a bit. Skinwalkers have always fascinated me and this book really brought them to life and so I was quite enthralled with the story from the very beginning and even though I haven’t read the first one yet, I had no trouble catching on to the plot and the bad guy’s intentions, of course, now I will be adding the rest of the series to my TBR pile. 

 

 

 

Ghost Tracker is the 2nd book in the Tracker series and was

previously released by Harlequin Nocturne as Ghost Stalker.

 

Ghost Tracker is available in ebook at:

Amazon    B&N

 

Jenna Kernan can be found at:

Website   Goodreads   Twitter   Facebook   Pintrest    G+   BookBub

 

 

 

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text 2017-11-05 06:51
WinZip, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger Active High Hazard to Venture Reports

There is no secret a large number of business Information technology divisions are likely to be concerned with regards to shadow Information technology and also special cell phone programs which office workers can be utilizing on the same systems when they are working - and even for good cause. Lately, an examination was performed which showed that many software programs, WinZip, WhatsApp plus Facebook Messenger for Android included, present a high hazard to enterprise facts.

 

Appthority made case study known as the 3rd quarter Company Wireless Security and safety Pulse Statement. The analysis also explained that the riskiest iOS programs that are based in the firms are Pandora, Facebook and Yelp.

 

These mentioned software applications along with other famous ones which are contained in firm setting have mobile or portable danger scores that indicate facts leak and also vulnerabilities in line with the report.

 

“Enterprise safety people need to understand which mobile applications are now being used, the troubles they bring, and just how their peers are utilizing moveable risk procedures to more effectively secure organization files,” as per the president as well as co-founder of Appthority, Domingo Guerra. “With BYOD and also [corporate owned personally empowered (COPE)] lots of widely used app-store licensed programs are making their approach right into enterprises and also posing challenges to sensitive firm files. The Pulse study provides a snapshot of what is taking place in the market therefore mobility as well as safety people might make well informed selections to protect themselves against the rising range of cellphone risks.”

 

In this quarter, the software applications which are considered as extremely hazardous in introducing an attack vector inside business programs that was determined by which apps are most likely being punished through safety sections are spearheaded through WinZip, Pokémon GO and WhatsApp for Apple products and also Poot-debug (W100).apk that is an Android System Design and that Where’s My Droid Pro which went to the top level of the list for Android.

 

Appthority additionally explained in its review that companies blacklist apps for a variety of security worries like specific malevolent or facts leaking behaviors, security and safety plan conformity and concerns concerning shadow files storing. The survey also highlighted in Q3 how the Android software applications that were punished have scored in the destructive variety since adware was detected. As the iOS applications that were blacklisted have scored on the information leaking range for transmitting SMS communications, tracing of site or transmitting data for example sensitive files that's unencrypted.

 

WinZip has circulated a statement to Infosecurity that these dangers introduced by IT units are definitely unnecessary. As per a spokesperson of WinZip:


"Our team was quite frustrated as well as stunned to read that WinZip for iOS continues to be described in the Appthority analysis. We think WinZip for iOS has been included in problem as well as have discovered wrong info in their statement. WinZip does not transmit SMS messages as the report said. This document is particularly difficult because it is the only reason offered to vindicate why WinZip for iOS is incorporated in their listing."

 

"When we look into this matter more, we desire you to know that we aren't familiar with any acceptable reason why Appthority would think about WinZip for iOS a security and safety hazard. WinZip application is extremely popular with enterprise data as well as protection is our main priority. Any protection matter noted will be straight away looked into,” the spokesperson also added.

 

On the contrary, the pulse reviews additionally stated probably the most destination countries for mobile facts plus the trustworthiness of the URLs which are employed by a lot of applications amongst Appthority’s company customers. The countries that are main for the top level 150 Android and iOS programs are Ireland plus the United States. However, Android applications are stated to be connected with an even broader group of geographic places while iOS software programs are just connected with fewer countries like Saudi Arabia, China and Chile.

 

In conclusion, these hazards introduced by the most recent analysis by Appthority just reveals that worry felt by a good deal of company IT sectors are certainly clear that's why a few of them turn to using SMS Tracker to keep track of their employees’ unit actions. SMS Tracker is actually a device-tracking mobile application commonly used by organizations plus mothers and fathers to trace their employees and kids, respectively. Using this app is authorized as long as the parties you're following are have given their approval. Needless to say, SMS Tracker is certainly the answer to these sorts of hazards included in popular apps which are employed by wage earners.

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url 2017-05-23 17:30
48 Books in Series Release Today
Lord of Shadows - Cassandra Clare
Space Taxi: Aliens on Earth - Wendy Mass,Michael Brawer
Rise of the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel (The Descendants) - Melissa de la Cruz
Just One Touch: A Slow Burn Novel (Slow Burn Novels) - Maya Banks
Perish the Day: A Thriller (The Storm Murders Trilogy) - John Farrow
The Lady Travelers Guide to Scoundrels & Other Gentlemen - Victoria Alexander
Wen (VLG) (Volume 6) - Laurann Dohner,Kelli Collins,Dar Albert
Trackers 2: The Hunted (Trackers series, Book 2) - Nicholas Sansbury Smith
Cavanaugh Standoff (Cavanaugh Justice) - Marie Ferrarella
Rich People Problems: A Novel - Kevin Kwan

I highlighted a few; see https://www.fictfact.com/BookReleaseCalendar for full list.

Source: www.fictfact.com/BookReleaseCalendar
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review 2015-07-18 19:46
Tracker's End
Tracker's End (Wind Dragons Motorcycle Club Book 3) - Chantal Fernando

"I like it when your eyes stay on me," he says quietly, which brings my gaze straight back to him. In his eyes I see the honesty in his statement.

I requested this book from Netgalley knowing that it was the third book in a series I hadn't read at all because it looked pretty interesting and because the cover is amazing (am I the only one reminded of Charlie Hunnam when I look at it?). After reading this I don't think that it is extremely necessary to have read the other books in the series to understand what is going on in this one but I like reading books in order so I quickly gobbled up the first two before reading this one.

 

There was some interaction between Tracker and Lana in the previous book so when this book starts Tracker is already bound and determined to have Lana as his girl. I wasn't completely sold on the relationship between Tracker and Lana and I think it's because Tracker was so open to a relationship from the beginning. They have their fights and drama and most of the time it felt like they were fighting over stupid stuff. They really did have good chemistry and heat so I was willing to overlook the fighting and drama most of the time. 

 

This one seemed to have less drama involving the MC and therefore less action. There were some pretty big things that happened but to me it didn't seem like there was as much danger as the previous books.

 

One again I loved at how the secondary characters shined and I loved getting to read more about Clover. I really hope the next book is about Rake because he really seems like he would be fascinating to follow and I really want to know what happened between him and Bailey. Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for the galley.

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review 2014-02-23 01:19
Dinosaurs (Magic Tree House Research Guide, #1) by Will & Mary Pope Osborne
Dinosaurs - Will Osborne,Mary Pope Osborne,Sal Murdocca
If you had kids or were one during the '90s or 2000s, you probably recognize the name Mary Pope Osborne; she's the author behind the wildly popular Magic Tree House series, and she's also the co-author of its companion series: the Magic Tree House Research Guides. The Magic Tree House Research Guides are nonfiction spin-offs of many of the fictional Magic Tree House books. A Magic Tree House book in which Jack and Annie visit the Middle Ages resulted in a nonfiction companion about castles, knights, and the medieval era; a Magic Tree House book in which Jack and Annie visit ancient Egypt resulted in a nonfiction companion about mummies, pyramids, and pre-Abrahamic Egypt; a Magic Tree House book in which Jack and Annie met Abraham Lincoln resulted in a nonfiction companion biography about him.
 
And here we have Dinosaurs, the first book of the Magic Tree House Research Guides series (which is currently still running under the updated title of Magic Tree House Fact Trackers) and a companion piece to the first book of the Magic Tree House series proper, Dinosaurs Before Dark. (My review of Dinosaurs Before Dark can be found here.) It's a spectacular way to introduce children--especially fans of Osborne's fiction--to the nonfiction genre and a plethora of well-researched topics ranging from horses to tornadoes to ancient Rome to Shakespeare and beyond.
 
One thing to remember about Dinosaurs, of course, is that it was published around the turn of the century, and so some of the information it offers is likely outdated now, though most of the topics it covers aren't subject to change any time soon.
 
Throughout Dinosaurs, a book of just over a hundred pages, Will and Mary Pope Osborne attempt to introduce readers to various prehistoric terms and concepts, including Pangea; the Mesozoic EraTriassic PeriodJurassic Period, andCretaceous Period; the difference between fossils and bones; early paleontologists such as Mary Ann and Gideon MantellWilliam Buckland, andRichard Owen; the method through which dinosaurs are named; the Bones Warsand the rivalry between Marsh and Cope; various mistakes made by paleontologists, including the Brontosaurus mistakeCope's head/tail mix-up, andMantell's Iguanadon "horn" mistake; the theories about dinosaur's extinction, including the Climate Change Theory and the Asteroid Theory; the ongoing mysteries of dinosaur research, including whether any of them could see in color, how long they lived, and what kinds of sounds the various species made. Also included are chapters on carnivorous dinosaurs versus herbivorous dinosaurs (though the terms "carnivore" and "herbivore" are swapped out for "flesh-eaters" and "plant-eaters", respectively); a section called the "Dinosaur Hall of Fame" that lists record-holding dinosaurs such as which as the longest neck, the biggest head, and the longest name; and a few chapters on related animals, such asPterosaursIchthyosaursMosasaursPlesiosaurs, and dinosaur contemporaries that have survived to this day.
 
All in all, it's fascinating information presented in a way that should appeal to any young dinosaur fan or budding paleontologist; if your child is at all interested in reading nonfiction, I highly recommend the series. It even includes a "Doing More Research" section at the end of each book, which recommends other books, museums, documentaries, and websites to any child interested in learning more;Dinosaurs even includes a page on places in the United States where visitors can check out actual fossils and "dinosaur hunters at work", as Osborne puts it.
 
Like I said, I highly recommend these, and I look forward to chipping my way through the series this year.
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