Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Review of Salt by Hannah Moskowitz

By Hannah Moskowitz

“Being a sic is a good life.”
“There are a lot of good lives,” I say. 

I can honestly say that Salt is one of the most original books I’ve read in a REALLY long time. The four main characters are orphan, sea-monster hunters who are trying to find their way in a world they don’t understand. They’re forced to grow up too fast, and they use the bits and pieces of the languages they were learning to communicate in a tongue that’s indecipherable to anyone outside of their foursome. And they are so sompletely lovable. 

Monday, May 21, 2018

Review of Piece of Work

Piece of Work
By Staci Hart

First and foremost—Staci and her team made some bomb ass teasers and images. I mean seriously, loos at that teaser!

And the cover:

Sunday, May 20, 2018

Review of American Parable

By Christian Sterling

“ ‘You can't get angry at me for taking some course of action you don’t like. At least I’m doing something.’ He turned and walked towards the door. As he twisted the gold knob to leave, Kind Eyes spoke behind the newspaper
‘Just because you haven’t seen me take action, doesn’t mean my will isn’t already in motion.’
Dark Eyes smiled. ‘Fair enough. Let the games begin,’ he answered with a grin.”

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