Review of Valiant

Valiant by [Destefano, Merrie]

 

Valiant

Merrie Destefano

Entangled Teen

December 4, 2018


Blurb: The Valiant was supposed to save us. Instead, it triggered the end of the world.

Earth is in shambles. Everyone, even the poorest among us, invested in the Valiant’s space mining mission in the hopes we’d be saved from ourselves. But the second the ship leaves Earth’s atmosphere, our fate is sealed. The alien invasion begins. They pour into cities around the world through time portals, possessing humans, forcing us to kill one another. Continue reading

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Review of An Easy Death

An Easy Death (Gunnie Rose Book 1) by [Harris, Charlaine]

An Easy Death

Charlaine Harris

Saga Press

October 2, 2018


Blurb: The beloved #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Sookie Stackhouse series, the inspiration for HBO’s True Blood, and the Midnight Crossroad trilogy adapted for NBC’s Midnight, Texas, has written a taut new thriller—the first in the Gunnie Rose series—centered on a young gunslinging mercenary, Lizbeth Rose.  Continue reading

Review Double Up: The Giver and The Deal of a Lifetime

I have fallen behind on my library reading and saw that I had hours left on Lois Lowry’s The Giver and Fredrik Backman’s The Deal of a Lifetime so I binged on them last night.  Both are reviewed below. Continue reading

Review of The Wild Dead

The Wild Dead (The Bannerless Saga Book 2) by [Vaughn, Carrie]

 

The Wild Dead

The Bannerless Saga

Carrie Vaughn

Mariner Books

July 17, 2018


Blurb: A century after environmental and economic collapse, the people of the Coast Road have rebuilt their own sort of civilization, striving not to make the mistakes their ancestors did. They strictly ration and manage resources, including the ability to have children. Enid of Haven is an investigator, who with her new partner, Continue reading

Review of Bannerless

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Bannerless

Carrie Vaughn

Mariner Books

July 11, 2017


Blurb from GoodreadsA mysterious murder in a dystopian future leads a novice investigator to question what she’s learned about the foundation of her population-controlled society.

Decades after economic and environmental collapse destroys much of civilization in the United States, the Coast Road region isn’t just surviving but thriving by some accounts, building something new on the ruins of what came before. A culture of population control has developed in which people, Continue reading