Andrew Kendall is wise beyond his years, and reading about his ongoing journey is very special. There’s a lot to be learned from this book – about life, about words, about circumstance, and about myself. It is definitely a book that will be kept close to my heart and revisited often.
When Shawn Hagan is invited by his film school professor to attend a secret meeting, he begins an adventure he never dreamed of.
“The Countdown” is the final book in the “Taking” trilogy.
In the bedlam of up and coming urban fantasy novels resides “Borderline”, a strange, fast-paced, and surprisingly dark tale about magic, madness, and mystique.
Have a closer look into “White Petals”, the new young adult novel by Maria Grace.
Israel Grey’s trilogy “Dark and Day” is a vividly beautiful story about a world that is split between eternal darkness, and eternal day, and a young boy named Jonothon Wyer.
Danny Cleary has a cocaine habit, but that’s not her only problem. When her twin sister is murdered and her nephews go missing, Danny and her brother head out to California to find them, and to hunt down her sister’s killer.
Resurrected from his grave more than two centuries after he was killed fighting for the Colonial Army in the Civil War, Ichabod Crane partners with Lieutenant Abbie Mills of the Sleepy Hollow Police Department to fight the evil forces that have taken hold of the town. With a foreword from “Sleepy Hollow” series executive producer Len Wiseman, the 176-page companion photo and concept sketch book reveal information that fans rarely have access to, including the original concept of the show and how it evolved into what it is today, how the team creates each monster-of-the-week, and how each of those monsters play into the overall mythology of the series.
S. Harrisons’s “Infinity Lost” is a great book with realistic sci-fi elements, surrounding artificial intelligence.
Regina Duke’s “The Wedding Wager” is an enchanting story of finding love in a most unexpected place.