“The Fifth To Die” (4MK Thriller #2)- J.D. Barker

It is never a good idea to bring your work home with you, but when a human life is on the line it becomes acceptable. For a homicide detective, what separates duty from obsession? Sam Porter can't catch a break. The events from four months ago haunt his dreams; only this time he's the victim.... Continue Reading →


“The Fourth Monkey” (4MK Thriller #1)- J.D. Barker

How good are you at your job? Could you handle the pressure and the responsibility of finding someone in two days time before they meet their untimely death? Sam Porter is a homicide detective of twenty plus years and still receives phone calls that make his stomach drop. His homicide partner, Nash, calls Porter warning... Continue Reading →

The Secret Book of Kings- Yochi Brandes

I was chosen by Netgalley to review the book “The Secret Book of Kings” by Yochi Brandes (translation by Yardenne Greenspan). Given that fact, it has not altered my opinion on the book at all. The Secret Book of Kings scheduled release is August 23, 2016. I requested to review this book on a whim. What attracted me? Growing up... Continue Reading →

Kushiel’s Avatar- Jacqueline Carey

Well, I did it. 2,443 pages 3 total books (for the first trilogy). I swear I am mentally and emotionally drained. I'll be honest, I don't even know where to start with this review. It's a good review, mind you, but my brain is literally swimming and trying to sort through so much information. Regarding... Continue Reading →

Kushiel’s Chosen- Jacqueline Carey

As a reader, whether avid or novice, what do these names make you think of? Tolkein (Lord of the Rings) Robert Jordan (Wheel of Time series) L.E. Modesitt Jr. (Recluse series) Frank Herbert (Dune series) Roger Zelazny (Amber series) Gregory Maguire (Wicked series) Terry Brooks (Shannara Chonicles) Veronica Roth (Divergent series) Suzanne Collins ( The... Continue Reading →

Kushiel’s Dart- Jacqueline Carey

Okay- I feel as though there will be a lot of prefacing before I continue to the actual review. A little backstory first. . .I had been wanting to read the Gray Series (you know the one, 50 shades) but I had continually been told that it was poorly written, and repetitive in certain. .... Continue Reading →

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