This book is rated differently. There's no way I can use the same sort of scrutiny with a novel to an adult coloring book.
First off, it's still an actual book. the story is about a red haired fairy. She lives inside a clock. One day she wishes to leave the clock to explore the outside world.
She leave the clock and bestows gifts to the little girl who's bedroom is near the clock. From there, the red haired fairy leaves gifts of elegance and mystery.
The book isn't supposed to carry a strong story, so much as give the reader pages of elegant and mysterious items to color and fall in love with.
The book is my first adult coloring book, but I can say, anyone of anyone would love it. So check out Daria Song's The Time Chamber. 📚
Rating: 👓👓👓👓👓/5 specs
*XO, Blake is next.
**Coloring Book provided by Blogging for Books (Penguin Random House Books) for an honest review.
Have you read this book? OMGosh- it was amazing! The story, the plot, the twists that threw me off to think the one person who'd been perfect as the Antagonist WASN'T! Sandra Brown's Friction novel is an excellent read! This pretty lady is one heck of writer... but many of you may already know that.
The story is about Crawford Hunt, a US Marshall who's been dealt a terrible hand with the death of his wife. Due to the devastation, he gave custody of his one-year old to his in-laws. A move that many would consider honorary, until he recovers and decides to get his daughter back. During a custody session, an armed gunman barges in, firing maniacally and kills a deputy bailiff and the story rolls on to a non-stop adventure.
This book was a rapid read and I didn't dislike a single bit of it. I mean, Crawford was a bit of a bully and his temper never seemed to ease; his temper is a quality he's known for but he's a good guy. One of the best. The characters in this story are so vivid, it's like watching an HD movie in your head. I see why the author's a New York Times best-seller! She has a way of weaving the tale to keep you guessing and loving everything about it. I just knew I had the villain... and I wasn't close; I did have great motive though. And the one who was wasn't even in my sites... well, he was but I didn't think he was in the way he was! LOL
You won't get it unless you read it! Go to your local library or buy this book! It's a ride📚
Who hasn't ever wondered about their dreams?
The Five Times I Met Myself by James L. Rubart, is about Brock, a man who has mysterious dreams, none of which I'll share, due to my 'NO SPOILERS' policy. Anyway, he has these dreams that leave him baffled and curious. After speaking to a friend, he's referred to a book on lucid dreams. In the book, he discovers he can take control of his dreams; he can make them different.
So he dives right back into his dreams, with a plan. He decides to explain things to himself and get himself to do things differently. The problem is, things don't go so well.
This book was so fun and incredibly relatable, because we've all been in Brock's position. What position is that? Why, wishing we could go back and do things differently! If only...
This book blew my mind and I couldn't put it down. READ IT!
* Friction is next.
**Book was provided by BookLook Bloggers for an honest review.
Because of this book, and the knowledge that it's part of a series, I now must go back and read the previous book. I must admit, my ventures in to science fiction normally bordered the lines of Doctor Who, Star Wars, Halo and Doom. This was the first time in quite a while that I took on a book such as The Light Side of the Moon. I'm happy I did. Elizabeth Guizzetti has broadened my horizons and showed me, I can actually take the time to fly to realistic galaxies and even work on the moon. Ha! Who'da thunk it?
Normally I can't read a book this fast! i received Love the Fox from Magnetic Press and it's even more amazing than the preview shots I'd first received.
The story is unlike any other, in that there are no words to read. This graphic tale is filled with beautiful illustrations, showing life in the forest. The circle of life, so to speak. Things are living, killing and flourishing, but when a volcano erupts, a set of events go into motion. You see everything from land, air, and beneath freezing waters.
In every photo, you understand the fear, the frustration and the need to survive. And then there's one fox. She's an eyewitness to the events and watches how easily agitated some of the dominant predators can be when faced with the unknown danger. What you don't see is why this fox is making her way through thunderous, treacherous territory. Not until the end anyway.
This is a great book- one my son would appreciate but I refuse to give him. LOL It's all mine and I won't give it up. So check out this deafening yet silent tale. You will love it
as much as I did. And I'm on to another book!📚
* The Light Side of the Moon is next.
**Book is from Magnetic Press, but reviewed from my personal collection..
*All Photos Property of IDW Comics, J. Hill, G. Rodriguez and J. Fotos.
Have you listened to an audio drama before? I've been caught up in them because they provide the story and sound FX while you just relax and see it all in your mind's eye. They're amazing! I've loved titles like Wormwood, The Leviathan Chronicles, We're Alive and The Heavenfield. They're the best because they bring imagination to life. This audio drama, taken from Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez's comic book with the same name has created a story like none I've ever read or listened to!
The story, Locke and Key, is about a mysterious collection of keys that have been entrusted to the Locke family. The only issue is that if you're an unsuspecting adult or simply a non-believer in the magical realm, you can't see the affects of the keys.
Enter Body, Kenzie and Tyler: their father's been killed by a crazed teen (Sam) who'd been instructed by an evil entity trapped in a well on the Locke property. when Tyler, Kenzie and Body are moved to Locke House by their mother, who's alcoholic and distraught at the loss of her spouse (and killed Sam's accomplice). All around the house are these keys that unlock magical doors. One can open a closet that repairs anything that's been broken. Another can open a closet that takes you
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