Sunday, August 28, 2016

Red Queen (Red Queen #1) by Victoria Aveyard

Red Queen (Red Queen, #1)

Red Queen (Red Queen #1)
by Victoria Aveyard
Hardcover383 pages
Published February 10th 2015 by HarperTeen

This is a world divided by blood – red or silver.

The Reds are commoners, ruled by a Silver elite in possession of god-like superpowers. And to Mare Barrow, a seventeen-year-old Red girl from the poverty-stricken Stilts, it seems like nothing will ever change.

That is, until she finds herself working in the Silver Palace. Here, surrounded by the people she hates the most, Mare discovers that, despite her red blood, she possesses a deadly power of her own. One that threatens to destroy the balance of power.

Fearful of Mare’s potential, the Silvers hide her in plain view, declaring her a long-lost Silver princess, now engaged to a Silver prince. Despite knowing that one misstep would mean her death, Mare works silently to help the Red Guard, a militant resistance group, and bring down the Silver regime.

But this is a world of betrayal and lies, and Mare has entered a dangerous dance – Reds against Silvers, prince against prince, and Mare against her own heart.

“Rise, red as the dawn.” 
Victoria Aveyard, Red Queen

I am going to start off by saying that I am sort of kicking myself for waiting so long to read this. There has been a lot of hype for this book for quite some time now, yet as intrigued as I was, for some reason I never got around to picking it up until now. The question now is, do I think this book lived up to all the hype it has received? 

Yes. But also no. 

Now you're confused I am sure. I say "yes" because I did very much enjoy this book. Parts of it were very unique and I can see why people love it. However, I personally did not LOVE it and had a few problems with it. 

For one thing, for the first two-thirds of the novel, I wasn't really feeling it. What I meant to say is, I was interested, but not too interested. It felt like not much was really going on, or at least, nothing different from any other YA novel that contains a similar plot. I did not really get sucked in until the last third. At this point, I could not put the book down. At last, I was hooked. It is this last third of the book that made me bump my rating up from 3 stars to 4. 

In the world of Red Queen, people either have red blood or silver. Those with silver also possess special abilities that vary. Because of these abilities, they consider themselves superior to those who bleed red. Red bloods are basically their slaves. They do all the work, fight in the long going war that has been raging for years, and get little in return. Then you get introduced the Mare Barrow, who of course is supposed to be special and the savior of all. This plot, while intriguing, is also not vastly different from other YA novels. 

I liked Mare enough. She had her moments were I admired her strength and abilities, but for the most part, she sort of bugged me. For one, there is a love triangle of sorts in this novel, much to my dismay. Though, to be perfectly honest, there were times when I thought there was perhaps a love quadrilateral going on. She's drawn to two brothers and naturally she leans more towards the one I did not really care for and find completely dull. 

The characters are part of the problem I had with this novel. I felt like a lot of them were either rather dull, or I just felt no connection towards them and did not really care much for them. Mare also appeared heartless to me at times. I understand she was in a rather tough situation but at times I lacked sympathy for her because she seemed almost as bad as the bad guys. 

I also felt certain things could have been explained a bit more in the novel. For example, what caused the two different kinds of blood, or why they were even in this long winded war. They mention the war a bit, but I still felt as though I didn't really understand why it was happening, or who the Lakelanders really were. 

There is a lot of betrayal, which was kind of a plus for me because it made me a tad more interesting. It also kind of ticked me off because even though I suspected of the betrayals, I was still a bit shocked and saddened by them. 

I would recommend this book. It wasn't bad. I did enjoy it even though to me personally, it was not all the hype made it out to be. I will probably continue on with the series soon. 

4 out of 5

Thursday, August 4, 2016

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Harry Potter #8) by by J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany, Jack Thorne

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Harry Potter #8)
HardcoverSpecial Rehearsal Edition327 pages
Published July 31st 2016 by Arthur A. Levine Books

The Eighth Story. Nineteen Years Later.

Based on an original new story by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany, a new play by Jack Thorne, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is the eighth story in the Harry Potter series and the first official Harry Potter story to be presented on stage. The play will receive its world premiere in London’s West End on July 30, 2016.

It was always difficult being Harry Potter and it isn’t much easier now that he is an overworked employee of the Ministry of Magic, a husband and father of three school-age children.

While Harry grapples with a past that refuses to stay where it belongs, his youngest son Albus must struggle with the weight of a family legacy he never wanted. As past and present fuse ominously, both father and son learn the uncomfortable truth: sometimes, darkness comes from unexpected places.

“In every shining moment of happiness is that drop of poison: the knowledge that pain will come again. Be honest to those you love, show your pain. To suffer is as human as to breathe.” 
― J.K. RowlingHarry Potter and the Cursed Child

This is going to be a rather short review. I feel as though I cannot give a full, proper review without giving away too many spoilers. So this review will basically just be my feelings and thoughts on the book as a whole. 

First off, I have to start off by saying that I do not look at this as the "8th" Harry Potter book and think it should stop being advertised as such. For one, its not a novel but a script book. Also, J. K. Rowling did not write this entirely on her own (which is clearly stated on the front cover and is also obvious while reading it). Lastly, I may be wrong but I could have sworn J. K. Rowling herself said that this is NOT the 8th book. But again, could be wrong on that.

I surprisingly enjoyed this a lot. It wasn't at all what I expected and it was nice to go back into this magical world I love so much. I will say, I'm sure this is much better when performed. I also felt as if parts read kind of like fan fiction. I almost felt like I could kind of tell which parts Rowling had probably written and which ones the other authors had a larger hand in.

Overall, very enjoyable, with quite a few surprises.

4 out of 5

Sunday, July 24, 2016

Saven Denial (Saven #2.5) by Siobhan Davis

Saven Denial (Saven #2.5)

Saven Denial (Saven #2.5)
by Siobhan Davis
ebook1st Edition
Published May 21st 2016 by Siobhan Davis


My mother was right to fear me. 
I’m an abomination. 
And the world should be very afraid. 

Sadie has been kidnapped by the Tor, the vindictive alien race who destroyed Thalassic City. As her past, present, and future collides, her worst nightmare looks set to become her shocking new reality. 

A deliberate pawn in leader Griselda’s vengeful game, Sadie is horrified to learn the truth about her heritage and the destiny that’s already been mapped out for her. Refusing to cooperate, she risks paying the ultimate price for her defiance. 

Love for Logan is her only motivation to stay alive. Saving him is the only thing that matters—the fate of the world depends upon it. While he may never forgive her, she’s determined to protect him. Until her dying breath. 

Note from the author: 
This continues the story from where it ended in Saven Disclosure. This is not an optional novella but an essential read if you don't want to miss out on important plot developments. Please note there is a cliffhanger and it is not a standalone story. You will need to continue the series to find out what is next in store for Sadie and Logan.

So so good! I don't think I have ever enjoyed a novella for a series as much as I enjoyed this one.

This novella was very fast paced. At times I had forgotten that this was a novella and not a full length novel. Of course, I remembered when it was over way too quickly, and left me wanting more.

Denial begins where Disclosure (book two) left off. Which was perfect because Disclosure ended on a cliffhanger. And we all have a love/hate relationship with cliffhangers; they keep you in suspense, but sometimes, as in this case, the suspense is just too much! Thankfully, I got my hands on this novella so some of my unanswered questions could be resolved. 

As the synopsis above states, this is a novella, but it is one you should definitely read if you are continuing on with teh series. A lot of times, novellas serve as just an optional read if you want a little more insight. This novella, however, is so much more than that.

The synopsis also warns readers that there is yet another cliffhanger, and it is a pretty fantastic cliffhanger at that.

So, if you haven't yet read any of the Saven series, you really should. It has everything you could want in a series, including aliens (a personal favorite of mine :D).

5 out of 5

Friday, July 22, 2016

Saven Disclosure (Saven #2) by Siobhan Davis

Saven Disclosure (Saven #2)
ebook1st Edition
Published April 21st 2016 by Siobhan Davis


To protect Logan, I have no choice but to deceive him. 
But I’m not the only one hiding the truth. 
Will our love survive all the secrets and lies? 

Enemy alien ships crowd the skies over Earth while the world waits with bated breath. The Saven have been exposed, and where once they were abhorred, they are now championed as our greatest ally and our only possible savior. 

Logan and Sadie have been separated, and the longer he is gone, the more their love is tested by duty, doubts, and deception. 

Sadie and Jarod have infiltrated the highest levels of government, but they are playing a dangerous game. Surrounded by people with conflicting agendas—hell-bent on using her for their own aim—Sadie is confused when the lines between good and evil are blurred. It’s impossible to tell friend from foe, and no one can be trusted. 

When the full extent of the experiments taking place in Sector Twenty is disclosed, Sadie can no longer sit back and watch as the lower classes face a horrific fate. Racing to save her loved ones and mankind, she risks her own safety and the love she’s waited a lifetime for to do the right thing. 

But no one thought to save her from herself. 

I received a free copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.

“In this moment there is no me, no him. Only us. One entity. One heart. One existence.” 
― Siobhan DavisSaven Disclosure


Again I am amazed by Siobhan Davis. I had really enjoyed the first book of the series, but this second book I enjoyed even more! Which, is quite amazing really because normally I prefer the first book in a series over the rest of it.

But before I go too much into the book, can we please take a moment to appreciate that beautiful cover?

Now, moving on...

Saven Disclosure was the perfect second installment to the series. There was never a dull moment, and thanks to Davis' clever use of foreshadowing, the plot always kept you guessing what would happen next.

In this novel, we are reintroduced to characters from the previous novel, as well as introduced to new characters. For one, I especially liked the introduction of the Amaretti, a new alien race. And while on the subject of characters, I must say one of the things I love about Davis' writing is how she develops her characters. To be honest, I was not a huge fan of Sadie during the first book. I had liked her enough, but I found her to be a tad immature and overemotional. However, in this book, we see Sadie undergo a sort of personal growth and move away from being that way. I find that I actually like her a lot more now.

This series has everything, action, love, adventure, intrigue. And the fact that it is more in the science fiction genre is a huge plus for me.

And the ending! I have one word for you: cliffhanger

I look forward to continuing to read more by Davis and would like to thank her for the opportunity to read and review her novels as they have all made it on my top favorite list and I am immensely grateful to be involved in her reading team.

4 out of 5

Sunday, July 3, 2016

Biannual Bibliothon!

Hey everyone!

So I just wanted to help spread word about this pretty awesome read-a-thon that's going on right now (6/3 to 6/9). It is called The Biannual Bibliothon and is hosted by quite a few different BookTubers:

You can participate in the Bibliothon in a couple different ways. There are both reading challenges, as well as video challenges. I will list the challenges down below, as well as leave links to the videos for each challenge, as they go more in depth.


1. Read The Group Book - The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson
2. Free Choice/ Wild Card Book
3.Read a Book Off of the Host’s List of Recommendations
-Momo’s Choice - The Clockwork Scarab by Colleen Gleason:
-Selena’s Choice - Starcrossed by Josephine Angelini:
-Kelly’s Choice - Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover:
-Red’s Choice – Sorta Like a Rockstar by Matthew Quick:
-Emma’s Choice - More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera:
-Meagan’s Choice - The Archived by Victoria Schwab:
-Kassie’s Choice – Abarat by Clive Barker:
4. Read a Book With Your Favorite Mythical Creature
5. Read a Book You’ve Been Putting Off Picking Up
6. Read a Book from an Author You’ve Never Read Before
7. Read a Book in a Different Format than You Usually Read


Sunday, July 3, 2016 (Momo)- Message in a bottle: Write a letter to your favorite character. 
Monday, July 4, 2016 (Selena)- Character Channel Take Over: Let a book character take control of your channel for the day.
Tuesday, July 5, 2015 (Red)- Redesigned: Redesign a book cover.
Wednesday, July 6, 2016 (Kelly)- Creative Book Review: Film a book review in a creative way.
Thursday, July 7, 2016 (Emma)- The Missing Scene: Create a scene that is missing from your favorite book to movie adaptation.
Friday, July 8, 2016 (Meagan)- What would I do?: Insert yourself into a book scene.
Saturday, July 9, 2016 (Kassie)- Scavenger Hunt: We created a challenge! You must find or create and show each of these items chosen by each of the hosts:
1. Momo- The white rose from the Hunger Games.
2. Selena- Thalias tree from Percy Jackson. 
3. Red- A creepy doll from the Unbecoming of Mara Dyer.
4. Kelly- Harry's glasses from Harry Potter. 
5. Emma- A witchlight from The Mortal Instruments. 
6. Meagan- Antique Key from the Archived.
7. Kassie- Edwards Jacket from Twilight. 

So whether you are a Booktuber, or just a reader like I am, there is something for everyone. You can stay updated on all the events of the Bibliothon by following their official Twitter account. I myself will be trying my best to participate as much as possible in the reading challenges above and will keep you all updated on my Twitter as well.

Best of luck to all those who participate! 

Happy Reading,


Friday, June 24, 2016

Glitch by Hugh Howey

The Curse of the Bruel CovenGlitch 
by Hugh Howey
Kindle Edition, 15 pages
Published June 16th 2014 by Broad Reach Publishing

When a robot defies his programming, is he broken? Or is he something else? 

A short story of 5,000 words.

Glitch by Hugh Howey was a short story I had seen on Amazon's Kindle Unlimited. At the time, I was pretty busy and had little time to read, so I had been looking for something short and fun that I could read in one sitting. Glitch was just that.

As the story was only about 15 pages, this will obviously be a rather short review. 

It is quite amazing how an author is able to create such a captivating story in only 5,000 words, but Howey manages to do just that. While the concept does sound reminiscient of things such as I-Robot, Glitch is something unique all on its own. The writing is perhaps what sets this story apart from others of its kind. I felt completely immersed in the story, as well as wishing there was more once I reached the end.

I would highly recommend this. Especially for those out there who enjoy a good science fiction story, and of course, robots. At only 15 pages, even if you decide that it is not for you, at most, you have only wasted a few minutes. Check it out!

4 out of 5 

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

The Curse of the Bruel Coven by Sabrina Ramoth

The Curse of the Bruel CovenThe Curse of the Bruel Coven 
by Sabrina Ramoth
Paperback184 pages
Published June 3rd 2016 by Exit 80 Publishing

When secrets from the past collide with the present, the consequences may be deadly.

Vivienne Davenport is an ordinary teenager—at least, she thinks she is. Then the untimely death of her mother reveals a family secret. She's adopted . . . and her real mom is a witch.
The truth only complicates Vivienne's life further. Buried deep within her family’s history of magic is a deadly curse that has plagued them for generations.
When her birth mom disappears, Vivienne must tap into her suppressed powers to save her long-lost mother—and herself. 
Can Vivienne become the witch she needs to be? Or will her newfound powers prove too much for her to handle? Only one thing is certain: She will soon learn that all magic comes at a price.

**I was provided an e-copy of this book via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. **

When I first read the synopsis of The Curse of the Bruel Coven, I was immediately intrigued. It has been quite a while since I read a good witch novel, and while the plot did sound a lot like other novels I have read previously, I decided to give the book a try.

Unfortunately, it was very much like previous novels I have read. Beautiful Creatures was a series that came to mind a lot while reading this. However, that is not to say that the book was not enjoyable, because it was. But I felt it was lacking in certain areas.

One of the things that bothered me the most was how easy everything seemed to be; by that I mostly mean how quickly conflicts were resolved. Vivienne's mother dies and it really does not take too long for her to discover she was adopted. She also was able to find her biological mother fairly quickly as well. Then once she finds her biological mother, Claire, she disappears.

When Vivienne learns of her true heritage, how her family is part of a coven of witches, she dismisses the idea believing them to be crazy. However, the dismissal is shortly lived as she quickly accepts that her family is not in fact crazy and she is indeed a witch. Once she accepts who she really is, it really does not take too long for her to master her powers. And that always really irks me in novels. I feel as though to master magical powers, or special skills, it should take some time. There was also one point in the novel where she was truly afraid of a certain character (who shall remain nameless to avoid spoilers) and then a few pages later, she immediately gets over that and trusts said character even though they had been considered an enemy for years.

After Claire vanishes, I honestly felt as though nothing really happened until the end of the book. You learn a lot about Vivienne's family history and such, but action wise, there was really nothing.

Overall, the book was enjoyable and I would recommend it to anyone who likes witchy stories and quick reads.

3 out of 5

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Waiting on Wednesday (#27)

Waiting on Wednesday is a meme hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine. This meme highlights some of the books whose releases bloggers are most anticipating this year.

The book whose release I am most excited for this week is...

Zenith (The Androma Saga #1)

Expected publication: June 21st 2016 by Mirabel Inc.
Most know her as the Bloody Baroness, the captain of a fearsome glass starship called The Marauder. Androma and her crew strike terror in the hearts of those who cross them amongst the many corners of the Mirabel Galaxy.

When a routine mission goes rogue, the all-female crew is captured by a bounty hunter from Andi’s past and forced into a job that could, quite literally, start a war that will devour worlds.

Meanwhile, on the far side of the galaxy, the ruthless ruler Nor waits in the shadows of the planet Xen Ptera, biding her time. The final pieces are about to fall into place, liberating a plan that will tear Mirabel in two.

As the Marauder hurtles toward the unknown, there is one lesson that proves to be true: No one can be trusted in a galaxy that runs on lies and illusion.

From internet sensation Sasha Alsberg and multi-genre author Lindsay Cummings comes a new serialized space opera, full of action, intrigue, and steamy star-crossed romance.

ZENITH: THE ANDROMA SAGA will be released in small sections at a time.
The adventure begins June 21st, 2016, wherever ebooks are sold.

I am very, very excited for this book because:

1) the blurb sounds amazing!

2) I am a big fan of Sasha's BookTube channel called 'abookutopia'. As a fan, I think that it is amazing that she has written a book and published it and I am so happy for her!

If you have not yet watched any of Sasha's videos, check them out now! Her videos are always a lot of fun and entertaining. I will leave a link down below.

Sasha's BookTube channel: abookutopia

Sunday, March 6, 2016

Currently Reading...

Hi everyone!

I wanted to take a quick moment to give you an update.

I want to apologize for the lack of activity. I have a lot going on right now (work, school, life in general) so I just have not had the time to blog or read much to be perfectly honest. My problem is that I am having a hard time trying to balance everything going on right now, as well as I just do not seem to have much motivation. However, I am graduating from university in exactly two months, therefore, I will have SO much more free time to blog and read as finishing school will mean a huge weight has been lifted off my shoulders. I have big plans for this blog after graduation, so just bear with me until then! Thank you so much for all your support and for your follows.

Now onto what I am currently reading:

Ten Thousand Skies Above You (Firebird #2)




Friday, March 4, 2016

Saven: Deception (Saven #1) by Siobhan Davis

by Siobhan Davis
Paperback, 426 pages

Published December 23rd 2015 by Siobhan Davis        


I’ve fallen hard for an alien, but he’s harboring secrets.
Massive secrets that threaten the very essence of humanity.
How can I give him my heart when his race plans on taking my future?

Sadie Owens has been slowly dying inside. Bit by bit, piece by piece, day by day. Trapped in a life she hates, she relies on only one person—herself.

Despised by her family and betrayed by an unscrupulous government, Sadie dreams of a different life. When she is chosen to participate in the government’s new social experiment, she is ecstatic at the prospect of spending six months in Thalassic City, the shiny new city under the sea.

Immediately drawn to Logan Chandler, Sadie is captivated by the beautiful boy with the ocean-blue eyes. Logan seems to embody everything that has been forbidden, but he isn’t all he appears to be.

Confused over Logan’s true intentions and concerned when best friend Jenna starts transforming in front of her eyes, Sadie partners with newcomer Jarod in a bid to uncover the government’s real agenda. The truth is more shocking than anything she could ever have imagined.

When Sadie finally understands why the Saven walk among us, will it be too late to save her heart and the human race?

“A craving to crawl out of my skin hits me like a bullet to the chest. It’s not a new sentiment. It’s an urge I feel at least once every hour. A potent desire to be anyone but myself. To live any life but this one.”
Siobhan Davis,
Saven: Deception

First, I would like to take a moment to appreciate that cover, because it is gorgeous! I have been a big fan of Siobhan Davis ever since I was lucky enough to get my hands on her first book True Calling. The True Calling series instantly became one of my all time favorites. So naturally, when given the opportunity to read the first book of a her new series, I simply could not refuse.

Obviously, I had rather high expectations for this new series. Saven: Deception did not disappoint. I am a lover of all things science fiction. I thoroughly enjoyed the world that Siobhan Davis created in this novel. Davis' world building was something I always admired in the True Calling series and with Saven, she continued to work her magic.

Taking place in a dystopian world, there are the cliche elements found in every dystopian novel. However, Davis is able to put her own spin and twist, making the plot unique and unlike other novels of the same genre. 

It is hard for me to really talk about the book without giving too much away. Just know, that I highly recommend this book for anyone who loves science fiction, fantasy, and/or dystopias. I felt that the beginning was just a tad slow for me, but the pace immediately picked up the more I read. I also loved that romance was not the center of the story. It is there of course, but there is so much more going on. 

Saven: Deception is a fantastic start into what I am sure will be an amazing series. It really is a page turner.

4 out of 5 stars

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Incarnate (Newsoul #1) by Jodi Meadows

Incarnate (Newsoul, #1) 
Incarnate (Newsoul #1) by Jodi Meadows
Paperback, First Edition, 374 pages
Published January 2nd 2013 by Katherine Tegen

New soul

Ana is new. For thousands of years in Range, a million souls have been reincarnated over and over, keeping their memories and experiences from previous lifetimes. When Ana was born, another soul vanished, and no one knows why.

No soul

Even Ana’s own mother thinks she’s a nosoul, an omen of worse things to come, and has kept her away from society. To escape her seclusion and learn whether she’ll be reincarnated, Ana travels to the city of Heart, but its citizens are afraid of what her presence means. When dragons and sylph attack the city, is Ana to blame?


Sam believes Ana’s new soul is good and worthwhile. When he stands up for her, their relationship blooms. But can he love someone who may live only once, and will Ana’s enemies—human and creature alike—let them be together? Ana needs to uncover the mistake that gave her someone else’s life, but will her quest threaten the peace of Heart and destroy the promise of reincarnation for all?

Jodi Meadows expertly weaves soul-deep romance, fantasy, and danger into an extraordinary tale of new life.

“Who am I?" My first spoken words.
"No one," she said. "Nosoul.”

Jodi Meadows,

Let's be honest, that cover is gorgeous. I cannot deny that I was first drawn to this book because of how beautiful I found it. But hey, that is not a bad thing. The cover was attention grabbing; it made me want to pick the book up and see if the words inside were just as amazing as the cover on the outside. And let me tell you, they were.

I was hooked, almost instantly, from the first few pages. 

We have dystopian world where in the country of Range, souls have been reincarnating over and over. The people of Range have known each other for thousands of years and remember everyone and all their hundreds of lives. Then one day, someone dies, and instead of their soul being reborn, it is gone. No one knows what caused this soul to disappear. But in its place, a new soul was born. This new soul is our main protagonist, Ana. Unfortunately for Ana, most of the people of Range blame her existence for the loss of the other soul. Including her own mother, Li, who kicks her out of the house.

Out in the real world for the first time, lacking the skills and knowledge that everyone else in Range possess, Ana makes it her mission to get to Heart as she believes it is there she will discover the truth behind her existence. As Ana's story unfolds, we are introduced to a dangerous world of slyph, dragons, and people who want Ana dead. 

Jodi Meadows has a real talent when it comes to creating strong characters that you cannot help but get attached to. Ana is a strong character, even though at times she seems to be dependent on others, such as Sam. But when you think about it, she knows nothing really of the world and everyone else has had thousands of years to figure things out, so her dependency is understandable. And she grows as a character as the book and series progresses. Sam, you just can't help but love. From the very beginning, he is very accepting of Ana, even though she's the "no soul". Li, well, she is pretty awful and I can't stand her; that's all I have to say about her. 

The romance is perhaps the one thing that bothered me. But even then, it was not that big a deal honestly. The romance was kind of insta-lovey, which is pretty typical of the YA genre. Normally, this irks me quite a bit, but I enjoyed everything else about the book so much that I was able to overlook the insta-love just this once.
The world building in this book was brilliant, as was the writing style. I just could not pull myself away from the story being told and found myself desperate to get my hands on the rest of the triology (which I did, immediately!). The whole concept of reincarnation is fascinating and Meadows truly took a unique and captivating twist on this concept. Incarnate was action packed, unique and a fantastic read. I highly recommend it!

4 out of 5
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