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review 2017-05-14 16:04
The Creeps by Fran Krause
The Creeps: A Deep Dark Fears Collection - Fran Krause

The Creeps was an adorable collection of comic strips about our daily fears, some valid- others completely silly. What fun!

 

There is nothing complicated here, but what I found myself thinking about most of all when I finished was the fact that inside- we are so much alike as a people, as human beings. Our silly minds imagine scary things sometimes, but it's nice to know that other people's minds do the same thing.

 

This is quick read, it's entertaining and some of these strips may hit just the right spot for you and make you either laugh, think, or both. Recommended!

 

*Thanks to NetGalley for the e-ARC in exchange for my honest review. This is it.*

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review 2016-11-04 13:33
Coco Butternut (A Hap & Leonard Novella) by Joe R. Lansdale
Coco Butternut (Hap and Leonard Adventure) - Joe R. Lansdale

Coco Butternut is a fun Hap and Leonard novella in which they are working for a man trying to get back his dead, mummified dog. Yep, dead and mummified. Therein lies the Lansdale humor for which this series is known.

 

Hap and Leonard are now a family affair, what with Hap's partner Brett and his daughter Chance. Together they try to solve the mysteries of dead dog blackmail. What a hoot!

 

I'm looking forward to season two of the show, as well as catching up on the Hap and Leonard books that came out before I was aware of them. It won't spoil anything to read this short novella out of order. It will definitely make you laugh out loud a few times and who can't use a little laughter in their lives?

 

Recommended!

 

*Thanks to Net Galley and the AWESOME Subterranean Press for the e-ARC of this novella in exchange for my honest review. This is it.*

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text 2016-10-02 03:34
Oh lookie, a new Paratwa book
Binary Storm (Liege-Killer) - Christopher Hinz

I really enjoyed the first book, felt a bit let down by the second book, and strongly disliked the final book. Or what I thought was the final book. A little more than 20 years after publishing that one, Hinz is now releasing a fourth Paratwa novel.

 

I'm probably going to end up reading it. ::sigh:: Crossing my fingers that Hinz does better by his female characters this time around. 

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text 2016-03-21 21:20
FIRST 83 PAGES OF GIVE IT BACK - FREE DOWNLOAD ONLINE

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To read the first 83 pages of Give It Back for free online, please visit this link: tinyurl.com/jx7qjoe

 

 

Some reviews of Give It Back:

 

“The mind games in this book rival those in Gone Girl only these characters are likable, well most of them anyway.” – Heidi from Goodreads.
 

 

“I was hooked to the book from the time I started reading and there’s no way you can predict what’s coming next – it is not the typical book where you can predict the storyline! It keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout. Keeps you guessing and the twists and turns are unpredictable.” – Sherin from Goodreads.

 

” I will say this book kept me on the edge of my seat! I actually cried a few timesand I yelled at the book more than once!  I really can’t wait to see what Danielle Esplin comes up with next.” – Kirstin from Goodreads.

 

The story really pulled me in right off the bat. That hasn’t been easy to do for me recently. There was just something about the story that kept me turning the pages. Every new scene just kind of had an ominous tone to it even if it was back story to beef up the main narrative. There was just something about this book. Very well written.” – Ben Mariner, author of Apocalypse Wow. 
 

 

“Give It Back by Danielle Esplin is a great read that will keep you guessing. Danielle Esplin created fascinating individual story arcs for each character bringing you into each story and struggle as it progress, and, in the end, brings them all together seamlessly, creating the overall story arc and answering all the reader’s questions. Overall, it is well written, with some very beautifully turned phrases.” –  L.W. Tichy, author of Tangled Web. 

 

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