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My Goodreads Reviews Part 8

My new Goodreads reviews are ready for you! I hope you like the books I’ve read and reviewed for you.

The Scattered and the Dead Book 2, Coffin Road, Swimmer Boy, Lady Justice and the Cat, The Playgirls Book 1: Catch and Release

The Scattered and the Dead Book 2 by Tim McBain and L.T. Vargus

Like a slow creek into a wild river, the story spills itself from the lazy beginning to the gory and full-crescendo-end. The Scattered and the Dead Book 2 follows the path of earlier books in the series with dignity and consistency. Gripping post-apocalyptic survival read!

Coffin Road (Cesta lijesova) by Peter May

Dark mystery. Thrilling story. Wild beauty and danger of Scotland. A memory loss and the search for identity. A lighthouse on the island of mysterious deaths and an unsolved murder. A ruthless agrochemical industry that cares only for profit. And bees. Bees are important. Save the bees to save our species. And life on our planet.

Swimmer Boy by Jay Argent

A YA page turner and the first book in the best-selling Fairmont Boys series. Easy to read. Easy to understand. Easy to accept. Except for teenage bullying, hatred and discrimination. Although an entertaining fiction read, books like Swimmer Boy can help us better understand and support and help young victims.

Lady Justice and the Cat by Robert Thornhill

Humorous! Thank you for the laughter, Clarence! 😀😺

The Playgirls Book 1: Catch and Release by Clarissa Carlyle

A light and fast summer read. A good portray of shallowness of too many young people today.

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