Illuminae a tightly written novel told in an unusual way. It will appeal to those who love space adventures, suspense and sentient AIs.
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Cuyler Overholt knowns how weave a multi-dimensional mysteries with fully realized relatable characters. Readers who enjoy stories involving strong women and fans of mysteries should definitely check out the Dr. Genevieve Summerford Mystery series.
Fans of mysteries and crime thrillers will enjoy how shifting realities breathes new life into these standard genres. I’ll just warn you to buckle up and prepare for a wild, humor-infused ride.
This short story was very disjointed. The mystery and it’s resolution were lack luster and underwhelming like the whole plot was forced together under the premise of zombies to fit some unidentified, unknown unifying topic
Outlander holds a dear spot in my heart and on my bookshelf. And while, Voyager, book 3 in the series, is still my absolute favorite, this is the book that started it all. It is a big book, but it is worth every minute of your first read or your fifth read. For me, it’s like coming home again each time I pick it up again.
Magruder’s Curiosity Cabinet is a character study. It is a different kind of historical fiction novel from that standpoint The characters drive the story. Be prepared to be delight to go on this journey of self-discovery. It’s an adventure you won’t soon forget and one that you won’t mind going on again.
Greer Macallister’s takes a few scant details and introduces a new historical heroine to admire. Her compelling story gives strength and encouragement in the darkest known part of American history to date.
There’s a little bit of everything in The Invisible Library—mystery, magic, fae, vampires, werewolves, books and of course, DRAGONS. I can’t seem to resist decent books about libraries, fellow bookworms and dragons.
The Great Library Series is an excellent adventure that asks some deep questions about how the world does and should share knowledge.
With a plot that goes no where, recycled timelines (and dialogue) and an overwhelming amount of characters to follow, I was not satisfied with how this book was put together or how it all ended.