The Quantum Magician

Apologies in Advance for typos. Again, phone update. I'm not reviewing this again just talking about it. I'm a book blog after all. So, I'm rereading this because I suggested a person read it. The thing is I don't remember what all went on in the story it's been awhile. I just remembered he's a… Continue reading The Quantum Magician

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The Luminous Dead update

She could feel eyes burning into her back, and she couldn’t force the fear away entirely this time. Fear twisted in her belly, helped along by Isolde’s stricken description of the Tunneler, of what it could do, and of the helplessness she’d felt down here. Quote above is from the book. Possible spoilers up ahead.… Continue reading The Luminous Dead update

The Luminous Dead

This contains spoilers and is not a review-review just talking about the book. I apologize in advance for typos I miss. I'm on my phone doing this. Thank you for your understanding. Currently, I am on chapter 8 of this. It follows a caver named Gyre who is working for a woman named Em. She… Continue reading The Luminous Dead

Luminous Dead

Not an ARC but currently reading through our library. It's different from what I usually read. Falls into scifi and is interesting. Recommended by someone I had a coffee date with. Read further into it yesterday after I was finished with an interview.

#OlympianChallenger #NetGalley

Title: Olympian Challenger Author: Astrid Arditi Publisher: Astrid Arditi Publish Day: July 3, 2018 Rating: 🥄🥄🥄🥄 Description: A hero’s tournament. A defiant contender. Does one girl have the courage to take on Mount Olympus? Hope’s world doesn’t have room for heroes. She barely has time for schoolwork, swim team, and taking care of her ailing mother. But when she’s invited… Continue reading #OlympianChallenger #NetGalley

Frankenstein – Mary Shelley – Review

score: 4/5 First Sentence: I am by birth a Genevese; and my family is one of the most distinguished of that republic. You can read free here. It was published in  1818 so. I read this a few years ago. When I first started it I struggled with it because it wasn't what I expected. … Continue reading Frankenstein – Mary Shelley – Review

Heir Ascendant – Matthew S. Cox – Review

“I’m thin because I was made that way.  Vanessa thinks it looks better in the ads.” This was originally downloaded through Netgalley for an honest review. But then, I saw it was on Kindle Unlimited and did it that way so I could have it on all my devices to read.  So, I have a… Continue reading Heir Ascendant – Matthew S. Cox – Review