Monday, 30 January 2017

31 books in 31 days- Twenty one achieved!

Twenty one

The mind thieves by Lori Brighton

Book two of the mind readers. Fantasy with a few twists and turns.

So twenty one books completed not thirty one . maybe I shouldn't have chosen a month when I was away { in Budapest} for four days, started a new art class, resumed singing and walking groups and knitted another bear for my niece, but twenty one books read in one month is not a bad total.

31 books in 31 days


Ever fire by Alexia Purdy

Fae fantasy. Good versus evil, another readable tale. book two of A dark faerie.

31 books in 31 days

Treason by S.M Boyce

Compelling fantasy writing. Book two in the Grimoire saga.

31 books in 31 days


A fatal thaw by Dana Stabenow

One of a series of thrillers set in Alaska. A talented author with quirky characters.

31 books in 31 days


Bloodmagic by Helen Harper

Magic and werecreatures in this teen fantasy. A good read

31 books in 31 days


Tides of fortune by Peyton Reynolds

Book two in The legends of Dhanen'mar. Very detailed fantasy world with complexity of characters and great story telling. I loved this book too.

Monday, 16 January 2017

31 books in 31 days


Contamination by T.W Piperbrook

Book four in this end of the world as we know it tale of survival against the odds. very readable.

31 books in 31 days


Descend by Skye Malone

Second in a series. Teen fantasy involving underwater lands , good versus evil, lots of twists and turns, not entirely drawn into this belief system.

31 books in 31 days


By the shores of the middle sea by Dana Stabenow

My aunty introduced me to this author. This in the second in a series and set in the times of Marco Polo. A historical thriller which was totally absorbing

31 books in 31 days


Skykeep by Joseph R. Lallo

Science fiction or fantasy. Joseph Lallo is rapidly becoming one of my favourite authors. I especially love his magical and very quirky creatures. Loved this book so much!

31 books in 31 days


Nokken by Mary E. Twomey
Second in a series. A magical quest involving travel through various lands and various magical races, good versus evil. An enchanting read

31 books in 31 days


Earth to Emily by Pamela Fagan Hutchins
An American style romantic thriller. Very enjoyable read

Monday, 9 January 2017

31 books in 31 days


Saven Deception by Siobhan Davis

Sci Fi alien romance. I really enjoyed this book. Lots of twists and turns.

Sunday, 8 January 2017

31 Books in 31 days


surge by Kelsey Lee Connors

This book had a fair amount of spelling errors but the story telling I loved. 1920s meets cyberpunk dystopian fantasy. Originality and pace and quirky characters.

31 books in 31 days


Descent by Sloane Murphy

Teen fantasy, an engaging read

31 Books in 31 days


Defensive Magic by Kate Baray

In the lost library series, shifters and  magic combine in an action packed thriller and love story.

Friday, 6 January 2017

31 books in 31 days


Pucelle connection by Estelle Ryan

Book six! A slow build but story line becomes more compelling the further you read.

Wednesday, 4 January 2017

31 books in 31 days


Weaving Destiny by G.P. Ching

Good versus evil with teenage angst and very dark moments in this second in a series.

31 books in 31 days


Drool baby by C.A. Newsome

Murder in a dog park. Who is the serial killer among a close knit group of dog walking friends?  A pacy thriller

Monday, 2 January 2017

31 books in 31 days


Magic and the modern girl by Mindy Klasky

Second in a series but can be read alone. I love the zany characters. A loss of magic and attempts to regain her power causes untold problems in this engaging romantic romp.

Sunday, 1 January 2017

31 books in 31 days


Courbet connection by Estelle Ryan

I love this series of books combining autism, non verbal communication and detailed characterisation of a series of fascinating characters, all with an art theme but so much more. This one number five in the series was very dark. Internet skills and teamwork combine to solve the crimes and save lives. Each book can be read as a complete story.