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text 2018-06-21 20:12
Review: The Chalk Man by C.J. Tudor
The Chalk Man - C.J. Tudor

The Chalk Man by C.J. Tudor is her debut novel about 12 year old Eddie and his group of friends, and the meeting of Mr. Halloran, the Chalk Man.

Plot 5/5: This is a horror mystery with so many twists and turns. It kept me engrossed.

Characters 5/5: The characters are well fleshed out. I loved getting to know the characters.

World building 4/5: The story goes back and forth from the present to 1986, when it all happened.

Pacing 4/5: The pace was steady.

Writing 4/5: There were a couple of errors, but did not in the least interfere with the flow of the story.

Overall: 4.4

I highly recommend this book to lovers of Stephen King stories.

Won in a blog giveaway at KissinBlueKaren for the January 2018 New Release #Giveaway Hop. 

Thank you, Karen!

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text 2018-06-21 19:49
Review: Lunora and the Monster King by H.S. Crow
Lunora and the Monster King - H.S. Crow

After 5% into the book, I knew it wasn't for me. It's written like a play with the description of the characters at the beginning of the book. Then it tells us what said person is doing (i.e. laughing, crying), then we get a few words of dialogue. The chapters are acts, and very boring acts I might add. Unfortunately, this is not what I had in mind for an enjoyable fantasy novel. 

Won in a Goodreads giveaway.

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review 2018-06-21 19:37
Review: Sleeping Beauties by Stephen King and Owen King
Sleeping Beauties: A Novel - Stephen King,Owen King

I'm a Stephen King fanatic, so of course I loved it.

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review 2018-06-21 19:34
Review: The Watcher: And the Origins of Magic by Luis Robles
The Watcher: And the Origins of Magic - Luis Robles

The Watcher: And the Origins of Magic is the first book in the two book series The Gates of Oblivion by Luis Robles. This is the story of Bliss, the last Child of Power.

Plot 4/5: I thought the plot was interesting.
Characters 4/5: I loved Bliss and Pah.
World building 3/5: I thought the world building could have used a bit more detail.
Pacing 4/5: The pacing was steady with spurts of action.
Writing 2/5: This book has a lot of potential, though I feel this book could have used better editing.

Overall 3.4

Purchased from Amazon.

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review 2018-06-21 19:14
Review: Overwhelm by Layla
OVERWHELM - Layla Messner

Overwhelm by Layla 

Plot 2/5
Characters 2/5
World building 2/5
Pacing 2/5
Writing 2/5

Overall 2/5

Received this book from a Goodreads giveaway.

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