George Cooper’s mother bemoans the depths to which she and her son have fallen and begins Beka’s story, as Mrs. Cooper strives to turn George’s thoughts from thieving.
Month: November 2014
An anthology of 15 short stories revolving around the theme of games — and there’s some mighty fine stretching in here! There are also some mighty fine authors who are new to me in here as well. That TBR pile looks to be fallin’ over…aiyeeee…
ROFLMAO as Aiken pokes fun at fear, society’s views on gender roles, role reversal, on family dynamics and sibling rivalry, playing on male stereotypes, bigotry, and religion … She’s a must-read!
After finding a long-forgotten fortress deep beneath a mountain, Annja Creed discovers the truth behind this quest, and she must prevent the Staff of Aaron being used for selfish purposes.
Eldest must have a noun following it while elder is both adjective and noun in this Word Confusion from KD Did It.
With snappy banter, cotillion dresses, non-stop action, and a touch of magic, Harper Jane Price is the Rebel Belle until a strange run-in imbues her with incredible abilities.
The overall kingdom is the continuing character here and present only in a vague sense as Green introduces us to yet another ruling family. Oh, boy. They’re certainly more “interesting” than most of our leaders and their families — despite what the Enquirer has to say!
American writers can, on the whole, ignore “different to”, but distinguishing between “different from” and “different than” are critical in this Word Confusion from KD Did It.
The pirate Zavac is defeated and the Adomal restored. Now Hal, the Herons, and Gilan must track down an old enemy who has turned pirate and slave trader.
The Change was a blinding white flash that destroyed all electronics, made fuels inoperable, changed the laws of physics, and created the most terrible global catastrophe for the human race.