This Series has gotten so much better as it progresses and I liked the first book. This book made me sort of giddy, it was a really good story and you can’t help but like Tandie and Stephen. His Sister Dani would be good in another book as well. This series is Well written, well plotted, and the storyline is pretty linear. It’s written in a way that it is easy to fall in love with the characters. It was pretty detail-oriented and the side notes and the preps for new characters were all so exciting I’m like for instance Tandie’s pop coming into play. Great book, great series, I definitely recommend reading it!
An utterly adorable Y.A fiction book. Zach is a young man about to get into a huge mess. With so many secrets coming to light, he is completely unprepared the chaos headed his way. Turning sixteen unleashes things about himself and his family he would never have guessed about. And now he has a job to do and a jerk to catch, with help from his bully/crush. He is smart Can he solve the problem and manage to do his job without creating a disaster.I loved it and would definitely recommend it.
Have you ever read a book you know nothing about, and been pleasantly surprised? I’m not much into christen autobiographies but this short book was definitely worth the read. A harrowing story about a new family, faith and tragedy. A little bit of everything tossed: Mental illness, paranoia, and broken homes. It’s a simple story that tugs at the heart. A story of survival.
Most people back then didn’t want to interfere in other people lives, even if they needed to.
Courage faith, and lots of pain. Overcoming horrible odds and and in desperate need of rescue Judy makes this book shine.
This is the third book in the series Maggie and Carson are the main characters. It’s an interesting example of fairy tale love. There is drama, strife and a couple rescues, but best of all love. Carson is the hero, and love interest. Maggie is the damsel and broken hearted widow of Carson’s best friend Sean. Although rocky at first the story smooth’s out and became the fairytale. Although not really a play on Red Riding Hood like it implies it’s a good fast read and I would definitely recommend it. It absolutely can be read as a stand alone.
The book and its concept were interesting. I found the authors writing style a little hard to follow, because there was a lot of situation jumps instead of smooth transitions. I think that’s what made it a little difficult for me to read.
The story was about a group of people who are genetically different from Earthlings, earthling democracy, the special skills this group of people had, and their system of governing.
This authors opinion on politics and the current state of affairs is laden throughout this book. So if your reading to escape politics or real life problems, you can not with this book!
There is a section labeled Afterword, where she shares her opinions in a bit of a rant. If you don’t follow popular opinion you will be irritated.