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My Goodreads Reviews Part 21

My first five books in 2021 to be posted as My Goodreads Reviews Part 21 are here! Thank you for checking them out and showing them lots of love.

Zombie Attack! Rise of the Horde (Zombie Attack #1), Gore Girls: Twisted Tales & Poems, Dicing with Danger, Mountain of the Dead (World's Scariest Places #5), Soulmate (Soulmate #1)

Zombie Attack! Rise of the Horde (Zombie Attack #1) by Devan Sagliani

This book is why young adult, post-apocalyptic, dystopian, zombie books are among my favorite ones! Thrilling, gripping, nerve-breaking. Great plot, loveable characters, unexpected situations.

If you like to be scared, but also feel the warmth around your heart, Zombie Attack! Rise of the Horde is the book you should read!

Gore Girls: Twisted Tales & Poems by Jackson Dean Chase

Just when you thought you had your fill, Jackson Dean Chase throws more gore into your plate. You won’t put this book aside unsatisfied and hungry. Enjoy!

Dicing with Danger by Charles Raines

Short but explosive story. Three young men made their ride on a train in the post-war Germany thrilling and memorable. For themselves and for their readers. Inviting shadows and suggestive signs speak loud as a bang of a gun as they flirt with danger.

Mountain of the Dead (World's Scariest Places #5) by Jeremy Bates

Freezing. Merciless. Terrifying. Deadly. Brutal. Like the Siberian winter. And its secrets.

Soulmate (Soulmate #1) by Kellie McAllen

So charming! Will make your heart rejoice as you speed toward the end.

Happy reading!


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