My Goodreads Reviews Part 38
I’ve been slower with reading and reviewing new books because of my YA poetry book Postcards From Beyond Reality: The Selected Poems of Michael Daniels eBook and paperback launch. But new books I will present and recommend here as My Goodreads Reviews Part 38 are pretty interesting, some of them amazing even. I am sure you will find something for yourself and meet your new darlings.
Locked Tight (Mindjack #4), Stormwielder (The Sword of Light Trilogy #1), UR, Boy Underground, Reap3r
Locked Tight (Mindjack #4) by Susan Kaye Quinn
Did I enjoy this exciting story of a young protagonist with special powers to break open and lock other people’s minds? Yes. Would I like him or anybody else to mess up with my mind? No. Before you answer that question for yourself, give this book a chance and read Locked Tight. It’s good to know what future may or may not bring us.
Stormwielder (The Sword of Light Trilogy #1) by Aaron Hodges
An interesting epic fantasy and magic novel with more intense, dramatic, and satisfying first half of the book.
I have received a review copy from the author at no cost and with no obligations toward the author.
UR by Stephen King
When a story takes you to another world and dimension. The power of a good Kindle read. (Amazon didn’t pay me for this review, this is still an honest review of the short story I enjoyed.)
Boy Underground by Catherine Ryan Hyde
Beautiful. Hauntingly beautiful story of friendship, courage, growing up, losses, seized opportunities. Heartwarming tear-jerker that paints life as it is. There lies its beauty.
Reap3r is a ticking time bomb that keeps you on the edge of your seat while you are speeding and moving faster and faster toward its end. Tick-tock, tick-tock, and then the blast. Your mind exhilarates in a thrilling, conspiratorial, action-packed ecstatic experience of complete, genuine satisfaction.
There is not much else to say other than I love this book. Hear me out, I LOVE this book. And an afterthought before I surrender myself to the series of smaller blasts of addictive reminiscing: read this book. I repeat, READ this book.
I have received an advance review copy of this book at no cost and with no obligation toward the author.
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