Book Review for “The Human”- YA Dystopian

I just finished the second book in the Eden trilogy called “The Human.” The series is a dystopian world where modern technology and medical science has created a virus that was meant for good, but has mutated in a way that is going to destroy all human life. The main character is a strong female, Eve, who is willing to fight and die for their colony of humans to survive. I loved the first, “Bane” and the second just as much. I have also read the short prequel “Ashes” and a short story, “Raid” they are all great and am impatiently waiting for the last book “Eve.” These books are intended for YA, and are suitable. There is a lot of violence so I recommend for readers 15 and up. I give this book 5 stars.

Book Review for “Maximilian Standforth and the Case of the Dangerous Dare

My first taste of author Scott Southard was through his book “A Jane Austen Daydream”, which I loved, so I don’t know what I was really expecting from this book. Not at all like Jane Austen. This book proved to me the writing skill of Mr. Southard! I believe the man has quiet the imagination, albeit a twisted one. Maximilian Standforth is a mystery in the likes of Sherlock Holms, but with a case that, possibly, even he couldn’t solve. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and give it 5 stars.

Review for “Deliverence”

I was given this book by the author, Ash Krafton, in exchange for an honest review. I loved this book. It tells the story of how simple faith is preferable to making things fit our expectations and desires. The people of Granite Clearing once gave their devotion to the “All-Father” but now have divided their God into dozens of separate “gods”. One man wants to put things right. My only complaint is that it was too short! Planning on reading more by this author. I recomend for teens and up. A great read. I give this book 5 stars.

Once a people devoted to the All-Father, the citizens of Granite Clearing have divided their God into dozens of separate aspects. His religion splintered almost beyond recognition, Thallon sets out on a pilgrimage to seek divine assistance. How can one old man change an entire religion torn asunder?

Review for “Wreckless”

I was asked to read this by the author, Savannah Randolph, for an honest review. My honest review is that I loved it. I loved the characters, the storyline, and the dialogue, a Romance that is a little edgy. It would make a great movie. I will definitely be looking for more by this author. I give this book 5 stars!