You Won’t Know I”m Gone by Kristen Orlando | Second Coming by D.B. Borton | Another Shot by Stephen Brotherton | What Remains True by Janis Thomas
The Vanishing Spark Of Dusk is the perfect mixture of science fiction, aliens without humanity, some with humanity, strong humans with empathy, and a well-developed romance.
Read this batch of reviews (rants) of Beneath The Scars by A.M. Carroll, The Rich Detective by H.R.F. Keating, Carry Me Home by Jessica Therrien, and The Secret Vanguard by Michael Innes.
Hearts of Resistance by Soraya M. Lane is a story set in the times of World War II that perfectly features, includes and revolves around women. Read my review of this women/historical-fiction.
I didn’t think this would become so frequent but I guess it’s all about the year ending, my holiday week and me reading almost four books everyday. Read my review of One And Done by Melynda Price; The Culling by Ramona Finn; The Billionaire’s Sexy Rival by Leslie North.
Dark Matter by Blake Crouch is the perfect scientifically frustrating plot with bunches of dialogues, and all in a good way. I’ll recommend this to those looking for a sci-fi thriller that makes sense while you keep thinking it isn’t making any, and all the while sit by the edge of your seat.
The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson is the perfect summer romance with a cute love story and a dog-walking job. I would recommend this to all those looking for a summer read that actually depicts the progression of a romance between two young adults.
All The Light We Cannot See is the perfect pairing of a realistic fictional story and an imagery ridden writing.
This is the second last week of the year and I’ve made a comparatively long list of books for this week, nothing too ambitious but I’m at my best reading pace so let’s do this!
I swear to God I didn’t give the ratings for the sole purpose of making them look like a descending pyramid. See my views on three recent titles I’ve read and the rating along with them.