A book so good- so funny, original and with just the perfect combination of faith, horror, murder and more! So much more!
Mike Pace sent this book to me as part of a drawing - I remember winning it but I don't remember who hosted it. Regardless, I'm grateful I won because this book was mind-warping!
(Original book cover, modified by me for blog.)
*An eBook & Audio Review
You know you've done well when you jump in on two giveaways and win both, on the same book! When I received one newsletter announcing a new dystopian ebook- I said "Yes!". Then I was offered, by another newsletter the audiobook, Again, I said, "Yes" and I instantly began to salivate like one of Pavlov's dogs! I entered on one day and was downloading the next. That's like music to this book reviewer- erm... well maybe not music. You know what I mean!
Raven's Song is a dystopian fantasy, written by I. A. Ashcroft and is book one in an apparent series. I don't know much about Ashcroft but from what I've seen so far, he may not be too bad. The guy can write a story, but I was a bit torn on whether I enjoyed the read or not. I'll go into all that- first: the book cover.
The cover is cool- even a bit mysterious & magical, which fits the theme of this story. There's some serious strangeness too but it's Chicago. What can you expect? LOL (no offense). Though it's not one of those that automatically captures the eye, it is a nice cover. I can't say anything negative about. It's simple, yet perfection for the storyline.
Many people stay connected with family, friends and school buddies through social media. It's amazing and a very helpful tool. But what happens when a sister challenges her sibling to dump social media and to become penpals? Something very personal and embarrassing stuff lands all over media and passed on like the latest gossip...
I'm not gonna lie- I wanted this book because of the amazing cover. The 52nd by Dela caught my eye on Instagram and I thought to myself: "That book would look great on my shelf!" So as soon as my Book Buy funds became available, I added it to my collection. Am I happy I did...?
Everyone knows the story of Charlotte's Web and Stuart Little! The names are synonymous with childhood. But do you know the author of those wonderful tales? Do you know where he came from and if he did anything else? Well, this book can shed a lot of light on those answers. Some Writer!: The Story of E. B. White is a combination of graphic novel and biography on a man; weaving a tapestry of personal letters, photos and artwork that will make you proud to have this book on your shelf!
Jack Follman is known for short stories or chapter stories. I came across his name on Goodreads.com and followed a trail to Amazon.com. One of the reviewers said something about ThoughtCatalog.com, so I went there too! That's where I came across this chapter story: The Good Night's Sleep.
It's a story about a young lady named Katherine who thought she was in line to inherit the wonderful illness of sleep apnea. She couldn't afford the programs for a proper diagnosis, but she could take her doctor's suggestion to video herself and he'd conduct a medical investigation. The story runs into some pretty spooky stuff.
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