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Thursday, November 19, 2009

A Book Review for The Hollow: Horseman and Drowned by Christopher Golden and Ford Lytle Gilmore

The books Horseman and Drowned by Christopher Golden and Ford Lytle Gilmore are part of The Hollow series. These books are a new twist on an old classic. This series is a new telling of the Sleepy Hollow legend created by Washington Irving. An explosive beginning sets the mood for the story. The characters are new and interesting additions, while some characters sound awfully familiar. Enemies from the past and new denizens of evil make an appearance. This series is definitely worth reading. I give this book 5 decapitated horsemen out of 5.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

A Review for Fire by Kristin Cashore

Fire by Kristin Cashore is a companion atory to her novel Graceling. This book is a great addition to the world in Graceling. The author uses details and certain features from the first novel to create a different but similar parallel world. This rich new world adds a new cast of characters and new twists on the world. This story is filled with danger, suspense, a mysterious boy with eyes of two different colors and a little romance in the mix. This novel is a great read for teens everywhere.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

A Book Review for The Angel of Death by Alane Ferguson

The Angel of Death by Alane Ferguson is a gripping read. This forensic mystery story will hook readers and keep them reading until the end. This book has a cast of characters that are easy to connect with and dramatic plot full of twists. Those things and more makes this book worth reading. Anyone that likes a good mystery novel or someone that is interested in forensic science will enjoy this book as it gives insight on the life of a coroner. The story is filled with tragedy and some romance and a bit of a Sci-Fi twist. This book is worth reading.