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The Age of Innocence (AmazonClassics Edition)
The Age of Innocence (AmazonClassics Edition)

Review: Slow going at first but as the plot begins to flesh out the characters become more vivid and involved. Some of the characters remain one-dimensional so as to contrast them to the main ones. If you do not enjoy books based on the past you should forego this one as the detail will bore you stiff. Much of the novel is based in the NYC area and is an interesting expose' of its day and age. Read more

The Rage of Dragons
The Rage of Dragons

Review: Though I enjoyed reading the story, the ever angry at life and everyone hero got a bit tedious to tolerate over the course of 426 pages. I think the nature and limitations of magic are rather great, interesting world but really needs a more complicated hero. Read more

The Dragon Songs Saga: The Complete Epic Quartet
The Dragon Songs Saga: The Complete Epic Quartet

Review: The Dragon Songs Saga is a different take on an alternate world. Expertly crafted and action-packed, it was hard to put the book down. Lots of twists and unexpected turns to the plot; the characters and storyline could rival Game of Thrones. Read more

Fury of Fire (Dragonfury Series Book 1)
Fury of Fire (Dragonfury Series Book 1)

Review: I really want to like this series. The dragon genre is completely new for me and I feel this storyline has a lot of potential; but I find the author's style of writing a little annoying. There's a constant rambling and the use of corny catch phrases such as "s***-kickers" or "ass-planted...," would make me roll my eyes each and every time they were used. It could be just me, but you only really need to use the term "s***-kickers" once, thereafter, just say "boots." It seems she's trying rea... Read more

A Post-Apocalyptic Dragon Romance (Fireblood Dragons Book 4)
A Post-Apocalyptic Dragon Romance (Fireblood Dragons Book 4)

Review: I love Ruby's Dragon series & Ice Planet Barbarians series. Tough guys devoted to their ladies. Heroines with different personalities in each book. Well done character development and low drama romance with plenty of action plot to keep you entertained. And, of course, plenty of steamy sex scenes. This story was no exception, and I'm looking forward to the next story Ruby writes for this series. I'm voting for either Liam or Vann next! Read more

Hardship and Dangerous Hobbies (Kindle Single) (Pottermore Presents)
Hardship and Dangerous Hobbies (Kindle Single) (Pottermore Presents)

Review: While it is a lot of fun to get to know these facts about the characters, I wish that they had been given in a closer format to actual short stories. These feel more like encyclopedia entries than stories. I wanted a bit more "show" than "tell." Read more

Talented (Talented Saga Book 1)
Talented (Talented Saga Book 1)

Review: TALENTED by Sophie Davis.

STORY BRIEF:
Dystopia set in the future U.S. Radioactive exposure caused many humans to have special powers. They are called talents. In eastern U.S. talents are recruited and trained to work for the government. Some western U.S. states seceded and are governed by Ian Crane. In those states talents are treated as undesirables.

The story is told in first person by Talia. She can manipulate minds and communicate mentally. She is in talent school, t... Read more

Origin Series Box Set (1-4) (Star Force Universe)
Origin Series Box Set (1-4) (Star Force Universe)

Review: Kind of like "Stargate" on steroids.... without the wormholes but with an inimical technologically advanced race to worry about. If you prefer that your sci-fi have a touch of plausibility, this one's for you. I'm off to binge read the next few. Read more

Burden's Edge (Fury of a Rising Dragon Book 1)
Burden's Edge (Fury of a Rising Dragon Book 1)

Review: Reading this was like getting to know 3 new siblings. The books led me threw ups and downs, highs and lows, tears and joy. The plot is amazing through most of the books. Overall, the series is for ages 10 and up. In the Arinthian Line series, I rate 2 of the books 4/5, and the rest 5/5. I give Burden's Edge a 6/5! Totally epic! Read more

Ash: The Days of Ash and Fury, Act One
Ash: The Days of Ash and Fury, Act One

Review: I Loved the characters and ideas presented in this story. It will keep you on the edge of your seat. There is a little more jumping around than I like,but it wasn’t to bad. I would tell everyone to read these books because it is a very good adventure. All in all I loved it. Read more

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