Monthly Archives: December 2016

What would you do to find out who you really are?



Trattora has never know where she came from. The only tie to her past is a bracelet engraved with her name. When she meets Velkan and discovers he also has an identical bracelet Trattora knows she must find answers. The quest for knowledge is filled with treachery and death. Trattora must leave her adopted parents and their planet, Cwelt, behind while they are in the midst of an invasion. Yet, she feels that finding the answers she seeks will also help her liberate Cwelt.

Hinkens first book in The Expulsion Project series, Girl of Fire, is a sci-fi dystopian. There is plenty of action in this adventure. It is well paced and the main character is fully developed. It has several heart-stopping twists and a surprise ending that leaves you wanting for more.

I strongly recommend this action-packed novel which will debut January 10, 2017. 5 out of 5 stars.

I received this book for free from the author for review consideration. This in no way affected my opinion of the book, or the content of my review.

Where’s the rest of the story?



The Loyal Nine and the Boston Brahmin continue their struggle to rebuild the United States while going up against a third term president.

Akart’s 6th and final novel of The Boston Brahmin series, Choose Freedom, is written in an almost outline style. I loved this series and was totally disappointed in this book. It’s as though the author was in a hurry to be done with it. Instead of a complete story there are lots of fits and starts. It is very disjointed. Things just happened with no explanation. Too much was left for the reader to figure out on their own.

It breaks my heart to give this book a review like this.

2 out of 5 stars.

How far will a corrupt corporation go?



This book is due to be published in March 2017.

Genny and Nat continue their quest to stop the Genetics Operating Division from preventing Original births. With two Originals of their own Genny and Nat are living in a secluded area where the Chosen are protected. When new cancer patients surface at an alarming rate due to the Angel virus they take leave of their home to bring down the Genetics Operating Division once and for all.

Hagan’s second book in The Cure Series, The Angel Factor shows us just how far a corrupt corporation will go to control the population. This novel is very well written and paced. There are a few surprises and twists, some happy and some sad. Genny’s character continues to mature but keeps her almost fatal flaw of acting impulsively. There is the return of some beloved characters from the first book intermixed with some interesting new characters.

This story is a good study in how society deals with the truth and the changes that come from that discovery. Will Genny and Nat succeed in exposing the Genetics Operating Division and all of its lies? Will they be successful in finding a cure for the Angel virus? Or will the Genetics Operating Division have more going on behind the scenes than anyone could possibly imagine?

5 out of 5 stars.

I received this book for free from the author for review consideration. This in no way affected my opinion of the book, or the content of my review.