Sunday, July 9, 2017

My Week in Review: 7/1/17-7/8/17

Last week was a bit of a slow week for me, reading wise.  We had a holiday and that meant cook outs and family time.  :)  I was able to get in a few good reads.  Here they are:

Green Fields: Unity by Adrienne Lecter - 5 Stars*****

United we stand, divided we fall

Once again reunited, the Lucky Thirteen set out to hunt down their adversaries—only to be met with an entirely new set of unexpected obstacles. As much as Bree is burning to finally get her revenge, it soon becomes obvious that on their own they are no match for the forces opposing them. With giving up not an option, they will have to find a way to bolster their numbers—or failing that, make the ultimate sacrifice.

The Shadow Children by L C Hibbett - 3 Stars***

Angels, Demons, Guardians, brooding guys with green eyes- Eighteen-year-old Grace is sick of the lot of them. All she wants is a normal life, but when tragedy strikes, Grace and her foster family are hurled head-first into a world of magic, intrigue, and deceit.

As the threads of her life begin to unravel before her eyes, Grace finds herself at the epicenter of a battle to save those she loves. In a world built on lies, how far will she have to go to uncover the truth?

The Last Outbreak: Awakening by Jeff Olah - 3 Stars***

No one knew how or where the end of the world started.

Ethan Runner was hungover, pissed off and once again late for work. He didn't care about anything or anyone, but that was about to change; it had to.

Six days ago there were reports of a mysterious illness. People were actually attacking and devouring one another. The world was told not to worry, that there wasn't a reason to panic, that these were isolated events.

This morning the human race found out that this was a lie.

The infection took hold quickly and destroyed everything in its path. Millions perished every hour. Was this nature's way of thinning the herd, or was this something much more disturbing?

Fatal by Diana Graves - 3 Stars***

In a world of gods and monsters, a young witch will give up everything to bring a man once blessed by the god Apollo to justice…her brand of justice.

Raina’s life has never been easy, being a bastard and a mixed breed always makes things harder. But when a man starts selling a deadly disease on the street as a cure-all her life takes a turn in a dark direction. The disease this man is selling is highly contagious. It will cure you. It will kill you. And it will bring you back. Vampirism.

Raina finds herself and her brothers at the mercy of the disease, but strangely it only kills them. Her beloved brothers’ lives lay in ruin amongst those of countless others, and she can no longer trust Seattle PD to bring the man responsible to justice.

In the end, it’s up to Raina and those who would fight at her side to slay an immortal of ancient legend gone mad. She cannot save those he wronged, but she can avenge them, she can stop him. Even if doing so changes her forever. Her family will forsake her, strangers will praise her, and ruthless men will take her in as a kindred spirit.

The Renegades 2: Aftermath by Jack Hunt - 3 Stars***

"Non stop action, laughter, and bucket loads of tension. This is the group you want on your side when the SHTF!"

After surviving a deadly outbreak in the small town of Castle Rock, Nevada, an even greater nightmare is in store for this daring band of misfits as they go to Salt Lake City in search of a safe zone. Forced to learn how to survive in a world gone mad while facing hordes of the dead may not be the biggest threat in this apocalypse.

That wraps up my week.  I hope you found some wonderful reads.
Thanks for stopping by.


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