My Darling Arrow by Saffron A. Kent
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Audio Review: My Darling Arrow (St. Mary’s Rebels #1) by Saffron A Kent, Narrated by Jason Clarke & Sarah Puckett
My Darling Arrow moves beyond the cheesiness of a fairytale and dives into love in all it's painful glory. Kent shows off the darker side of life. From unpredictable to hard to resist, it's a long road. Salem and Arrow will make a mess of emotions with all the drama. Clarke and Puckett intensify the burn with their razor sharp delivery of these two broken people. From hello to goodbye, Kent bleeds the heart dry and leaves a lasting mark on the soul. Not easy to love, but hard to forget.
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Star Wars The Clone Wars: Stories of Light and Dark is a collection of stories based off the TV show Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2003 TV series.) It has 11 Short Stories all based off episodes from the TV show. with more view points that we didn't get to see in the show. One of the Short stories im are gonna look at is about Count Dooku.
Count Dooku was surprised attacked by the Republic.
I do like how these are in the characters point of view like Count Dooku. I also like how all the stories are based off the show. What I didn't like is how these are short stories, but it is a nitpick so I won't get crazy over it. I honestly liked this book.
If you are a star wars nerd or want to give your kid a star wars book to read. then this is the book for you!
Harold opened the door that day to find a dark-skinned man in a well-cut suit smiling at him.
- first sentence
This book was okay. People start returning from the dead, not coming back from the grave, but just appearing in places all over the world. There is no pattern to where they appear or who returns, or how long they've been dead. So many of them come back that the "true living" get nervous. The returned are placed into camps and it just goes downhill from there (as we would expect). Imagine the religious objections, the people who don't accept those who are different, etc.
The book is well-written, but I found it just ok.
Derail by Kacey Shea
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Audio Review: Derail (Off Track Records #2) by Kacey Shea, Narrated by Jason Clarke and Emma Wilder
How is it possible to fall in love with people you aren't even sure that you like? Shea and company make it so easy. Derail steps outside of the beautiful fantasy and highlights the broken parts. Sean and Jess are hopelessly flawed, yet beautifully real. Wilder and Clarke are the heart of Shea's soul. That detail alone makes for a haunting, yet captivating experience.