Book Review: Return to Your Skin

Author: Luz Gabás
Pages: 475
Stars: 3.5/5
Recommended to:
Fans of time travel novels, fans of fiction.
To be Published on: August 15th, 2017

Thank you to Netgalley and AmazonCrossing for allowing me to read this novel!
When Brianda has weird dreams and feelings that are strange to her, she calls her mother for help. That help comes in the form of her being shipped off to the country side, one that she hasn’t visited since she was a child, to see her aunt. While she is there she continues to have these strange feelings and premonitions that don’t stop. Is Brianda truly going mad, or is there more to this than meets the eye?

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Book Review: A Jot of Blood

Author: Katherine Bayless
Stars: 4/5
Recommended to:
 fans of fiction, fans of fantasy, those who enjoy some mystery with their fantasy. 
To be Published: 
 August 11th, 2017

Let me start by saying I finished this novel in less than 24 hours. That’s how good it was.

Lire is a junior at Coventry Academy and has an unusual talent that makes some of her classmates uneasy. When she meets two new characters, Zach and Cal, she finds her life to be turned upside down. These two are the only ones who will talk to her at the school. Together, they become best friends and solve a mystery that could prove fatal for Lire.

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Book Review: The Mansion’s Twins

Thank you to NetGalley and BooksGoSocial for allowing me the opportunity to read this book!

Author: Rose M. Channing
Stars: 2/5
Recommended to: younger YA readers (possibly MG), those who are a fan of the book Twitches.

Twins Savannah and Ellie have been split a part since birth and have no idea that the other exists, until they run into each other on the playground. They run away from their families and find a tunnel that leads them to another world, one full of magic.

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Book Review: Water For Elephants

IMG_2185Author: Sara Gruen

Page Count: 331 pages

Rating: 5/5 stars

Recommended for: Those who like Adult Fiction, Historical Fiction, or Romance Fiction.



This book was utterly amazing. I remember when my mom read it back when it first came out, I think it was 2007 or 2008. I heard how much she and her friend loved it so much and I wanted to read it. I was ten and looking back now, it was probably a good idea that my mom hadn’t let me read it. This book definitely has some mature content in it that I wouldn’t have been able to handle at a young age.

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Book Review: She Be Damned

Thank you to NetGalley and Pantera Press for the opportunity to read this book!

Author: M.J. Tjia
Page Count: 256
To be Published on: August 1st, 2017
Recommended to: fans of historical fiction, murder mystery, crime novels.

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Heloise Chancey is a woman from Victorian London who is cajoled into working for a detective when prostitutes in Waterloo are showing up dead and butchered. Based on her past she is asked to look around for a man’s daughter, Eleanor, that went missing. She becomes a Private investigator, a job not fit for a woman at the time, and tries to solve the mystery. It is noted that she has done work for the detective in the past as well.

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Book Review: The Sin Collector

This is my first time reviewing a book from NetGalley and I am so excited to be able to share with you one of the books I just finished. Thank you to NetGalley and AmazonCrossing for the opportunity to read this book.

Author: Daria Desombre
To be published on:  October 24, 2017
Page Count: 331
Stars: 4/5
Recommended to: Crime Mystery fans, fans of fiction.

The description was the thing that first caught my eye. I absolutely love the history of Russia, I think my love of it spawned from when I first started watching the movie Anastasia as a little girl.

The Sin Collector is a dark novel that follows the story of a girl, Masha, as she follows in her father’s footsteps. She is obsessed with serial killers and has made it her thesis. Due to connections she has with a family friend she begins to work with a detective, Andrey, and stumbles upon the case he is working that seems to fit her own thesis she has been working on. Together, along with some friends, they discover the killer in a turn of events that will leave the reader stunned.

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