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Review: ‘My Disjointed Life’ by Martin Reed

Jeep Trembley is a freshman who took off a couple of years after high school before starting college. He’s extremely self-deprecating, his conscience is constantly deriding him, he was a big loser in high school and he apparently has huge (no pun... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Wraith’ by Angel Lawson

Choice #1: Messy dark hair. Piercing blue eyes. Broad shoulders. Recovering delinquent. Choice #2: Curly blond hair. Dimpled chin. Boyish grin. Dead. Jane Watts’ parents have given it all up – the suburbs, working as lawyers. They don’t even... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Faelorehn’ by Jenna Elizabeth Johnson

 In all of her seventeen years, one of the lessons Meghan Elam has learned is to keep quiet. She learned early on that psychiatrists and rounds of drugs were in her near future if she told her adoptive parents about the odd things she sees and hears.... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Neophyte’ by Emmalee Aple

So, you die. And now, you’re an angel. Sort of. Addisyn White perished just a few months shy of her high school graduation. Reborn as a neophyte, she has a few years to lose her humanness and become a full-fledged angel. She lives with her Link,... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Coren: Remnants of Betrayal’ by Morgun Wolf and Heyden Redding

One of my close friends and I are beyond similar regarding the types of books we like to read. So, many years ago, when she expressed her shock that I had not ever read The Hobbit, I jumped on it like a boulder-throwing giant on, well, a boulder. After... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Whispering Hills’ by Taryn Browning

Authors who offer up their books for a “read to review” are very brave. Handing over their work to a group of amateur writers is basically asking for a beating. It’s hard to review someone else’s work, especially when you might be hoping to... Read More | Share it now!