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Now Borrowing: Moonshadow

Now Borrowing: Moonshadow

This new chapter in the world of the Elder Race is a wonderful pick-up of the breadcrumbs from Shadow’s End about the Elder Races in the United Kingdom. It’s a fresh look at a world that is already rich and vibrant with interesting characters and life. With this new landscape we get to see how […]

December 13, 2016
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Now Borrowing: When All The ..

Now Borrowing: When All The Girls Have Gone

Overall Review:  This is an even-paced – but never boring – intense story with likable (or dislikable) characters you invest in. Jayne Ann Krentz masterfully plays with the romantic suspense story genre rules to bring to life compelling characters and a mystery you absolutely want to solve. Very few writers are able to do romantic […]

December 4, 2016
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Now Borrowing: Red Rising

Now Borrowing: Red Rising

Now, I’m a bit particular (blame Frank Herbert and Aldous Huxley) about my dystopian novels so Red Rising had a high bar to jump from the outset. Many of the chosen scenarios just don’t hold form after a few chapters and it makes  the world unbelievable and reading tortuous. A dystopian setting for a story is the one  most likely to […]

February 26, 2014
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