Cruisin’ through books cause books make life worth living with Aly 2/20/2017 part 4

In Search of the Golden City by Mia Lutsch

I don’t think I’ve read anything quite like this book before.  I honestly wasn’t sure at first if I would like it.  I was surprised that it kept my attention better than I first thought. Akim , a man who leaves home to learn the trade of furniture making.  Akim apprentices with a hermit named Asteodor.  Akim soon gets called on to help the king. Akim has special abilities too.  I think the characters were exciting and different.  The story was unique as well.  Overall, I was pleased with this book.  * I received this book from the author–this is my honest review*  4/5

Cruisin’ through books cause books make life worth living with Aly 2/20/2017 part 3

Pandora by S. C. Abbey

I loved this book.  This book kept me wanting to read more from the beginning of the book.  So far, I very much love this series of mystery thrillers!  I really enjoyed the unpredictability of this book.  It kept me reading and wanting to see if my guesses where right.  I did not get close!  * I received this book from the author–this is my honest review*  5/5

Cruisin’ through books cause books make life worth living with Aly 2/20/2017 part 1

The Flame Never Dies by Rachel Vincent

This was another great book by Rachel!  I love this series so far.  I think on the first book I was not as excited as I am about this book.  We had lots of ups and downs with this book.  I loved getting back in touch with Nina, Finn, and Mellie. Rachel added more characters that were great and much more excitement.  I can’t wait for more books from Rachel!  5/5

Cruisin’ through books cause books make life worth living with Aly 2/15/2017

The Keeper by Rebecca E. Neely

I have not read anything from this author before.  This was not a bad start to a series for me.  The magic and warriors and dark realms took me on a great adventure.  I feel like this book was a face-paced very adventure for me with a lot of action. I think the magical world building was intense and kept me wanting to read more.  I was caught up in a good book all the way through. * I received this book from the author —this is my honest review* 4/5

Cruisin’ through books cause books make life worth living with Aly 2/15/2017 part 1

The Orphanage of Miracles by Amy Neftzger

This book was a good young adult book.  I enjoyed reading it.  Kelsey desperately needs a miracle and along the way she meets some interesting characters.    I enjoyed the boy named “Silence” he seems very sweet.  We go on a journey to find mysterious and hidden orphanage and it is quite a adventure.  It was an interesting book.   4/5