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Sleep, Robin Hood by MC Frank Review

Posted by Chelsea Poff on

And the story continues!  Book 3 of the Outlaw series, Sleep, Robin Hood, was provided to me in exchange for an honest review.  This book has me questioning what was going to happen at every turn. The fear of someone getting caught, dying, or being found out. I was always on my toes.  I do have to say though, I wanted to slap Ru and Robin so many times through this book. Stop being so stubborn and blind.  The one thing I didn't enjoy was the constant flash backs. Both charcters would start thinking of the past, which I love...

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The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by VE Schwab Book Review

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How do I even begin writing a review to a book that has tore my heart right open. A story that I felt right down into my soul. A tale where I was Addie.  The depth of Addie's character is more than words on a page. It is deep and wondrous and alive. She is everyone of us that has ever felt forgotten, alone, invisible. She is the desire each one of us has to leave a part of ourselves on the world, an imprint of who we were, what story we told. She craves the freedom to live, experience,...

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Cover Your Tracks by Daco S. Auffenorde

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Wow! It's been a while since I read a book in one day. Thank you to the author for this advanced readers copy to read and review. This book releases October 20th, 2020. This story follows Margo and Nick, two completely different people, who are fighting to survive in the wild after a train accident. Margo is in the last month of her pregnancy when an avalanche comes tumbling towards her train. She's the only one who listens to former Army Ranger Nick Elliot and moves to the back of the train. Over the following days, both are fighting to...

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Darkdawn by Jay Kristoff Book Review

Posted by Chelsea Poff on

Who says assassin's can't have a happily ever after? Well I guess I can't really say that though can I? This really was an epic conclusion to an epic trilogy. Mia goes through so much trauma through her story. I was easily able to love with her, rage with her, and have my heart broken with her. She is a girl with a story to tell, and man did she tell it. She is a girl who lost everything, only to gain everything. She is an assassin who's main drive is vengeance, but even though she comes close so many...

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Godsgrave By Jay Kristoff Book Review

Posted by Chelsea Poff on

Hello plot twists! So I've come to the realization that when you think something is going to happen one way, you're wrong. And then you find out later, you're wrong again. That basically sums up this book. I am so glad that I have the entire trilogy sitting on my shelf because as soon as I finished the first book, I jumped right into the second and now I will be jumping right into the third. I mean hello unexpected ending! I'm serious... I mean on the last page... SURPRISE! I am in love with this world and characters. There's...

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