Happy book birthday, J. J. Fischer! Today is the release of her third book and the first installment of The Nightingale Trilogy, Calor. I absolutely loved reading this book and can't wait to share this review! Fairytale retellings are cool and all, but nothing is cooler (literally) than a fairytale retelling mashed with Greek myth … Continue reading Book Review: Calor by J.J. Fischer
A father who never loved him … A woman who stole his worth … And a brother he couldn't protect. Where does someone run in the face of his deepest shame?Billy McQueen works hard to keep his life together ... and concealed. At seventeen, he dreams of an escape from the barroom, his father's manipulation, and the advances of his father's … Continue reading Book Review: Something I Am Not by Cher Gatto
Her solo is a death sentence. Deep within the world of Leira flows a melody that was sung at the beginning of time by Emhran, the Master Singer. Now it is broken, buried, forgotten. But in each generation, a Songkeeper arises to uphold the memory of the Song against those who want it silenced forever. … Continue reading Book Review: Orphan’s Song (Songkeeper Chronicles #1)
“Normal” means different things to different people. For sixteen-year-old Sadie Larcen, family dynamics look a little different than most. Parents with oddball occupations? Normal. Five homeschooled siblings—one with autism? Normal. Police knocking on the door and parents gone missing? Definitely not normal! When Sadie uncovers the reasons behind her parents’ disappearance and the truth about … Continue reading Book Review: The Tethered World (Tethered World Chronicles #1)
Now a captain in the Air Force, Roger Greene loves spending his days in the cockpit while helping with a top-secret military project. So when the CIA asks him to leave this perfect life for a temporary government mission against the Heritage Organization, he turns the offer down—until he hears a name from his past. … Continue reading Book Review: Methuselah Project S.O.S.
Book Two is releasing next week! But before I tell you about the sequel, let me tell you about the original: 1943: Pilot Roger Greene goes down in a dogfight over Nazi Germany, but he survives the crash--and the odd experiments the Germans put him through. The years pass, and he shows no signs of … Continue reading Book Review: The Methuselah Project