Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Review: Relentless (The Hero Agenda #2) by Tera Lynn Childs & Tracy Deebs

Relentless (The Hero Agenda, #2)
Title: Relentless

Series: The Hero Agenda #2

Previous book in this series: Powerless

Author: Tera Lynn Childs & Tracy Deebs

Publication date: June 2016

Published by: Sourcebooks Fire

Source: For review from publishers via Netgalley

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Revenge is easy, but justice is worth fighting for…

Kenna is tired of being lied to—and hunted by the very allies she once trusted. Unearthing the dark secrets of the superhero world has not only endangered her life, now her boyfriend faces execution for crimes he didn’t commit and her mother is being held captive in a secret governmental prison.

Kenna is determined to stand up for what’s right and save those she loves from unspeakable fates. It’s time for the betrayal to end. It’s time for the real criminals to face justice.

But the truth is even more terrifying than Kenna could imagine. A conspiracy threatens the fate of heroes, villains, and all of humanity. If Kenna’s going to survive, she must draw on her deepest strength: her resilience. Because when Kenna’s pushed to the limit, she doesn’t break down. She fights back.

My rating:

Everything Kenna’s known is a lie. With lying, awful heroes and surprisingly good-hearted villains, her world has been turned upside down. And it only gets worse: her mother was kidnapped, her best friend brainwashed, and her boyfriend is on trial. Now it’s up to Kenna and the rest of the villains to save them from the heroes she once trusted and bring them down for good.

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Review: Powerless (The Hero Agenda #1) by Tera Lynn Childs & Tracy Deebs

Powerless (The Hero Agenda, #1)
Title: Powerless

Series: The Hero Agenda #1

Author: Tera Lynn Childs & Tracy Deebs

Publication date: June 2015

Published by: Sourcebooks Fire

Source: For review from publishers via Netgalley

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Kenna is tired of being "normal". The only thing special about her is that she isn't special at all. Which is frustrating in a world of absolutes. Villains, like the one who killed her father, are bad. Heroes, like her mother and best friend, are good. And Kenna, unlike everyone else around her, is completely ordinary— which she hates.

She’s secretly working on an experiment that will land her a place among the Heroes, but when a Villain saves her life during a break-in at her lab, Kenna discovers there’s a whole lot of gray area when it comes to good and evil and who she can trust.. After all…not all strength comes from superpowers.

My rating:

If you know me at all, you know that I love superheroes. I pretty much watch all the superhero shows out there at the moment. And Marvel? Well...

Sunday, December 4, 2016

Sunday Post #108: My Bank Card was Cancelled Due to Black Friday!

Welcome to The Sunday Post hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer, where I talk about what is going on in life and the blog, and show you all the bookish things I got that week!

Friday, December 2, 2016

Review: Practical Applications for Multiverse Theory by Nick Scott & Noa Gavin

Practical Applications for Multiverse Theory
Title: Practical Applications for Multiverse Theory

Author: Nick Scott & Noa Gavin

Publication date: April 2016

Published by: Inkshares

Source: For review from publisher via Netgalley

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Scott's teacher is a demon. She wasn't always like this. Mid-way through the class, between Scott looking from the board to his paper and back again, she transformed into a hell-creature bent on killing Scott. Meanwhile Davey watches the janitor turn into a sloth a sloth who wears a cowboy hat and chaps that read, "Slow Ride."

Things aren't going well. Something's gone wrong. Things that shouldn't be in this universe are sliding in and taking root here. People who should be here are gone, transformed into something else. Some are dying. Some are on fire. Some can unhinge their jaws and absorb their crushes via their tooth-lined throats.

Scott and Davey are the only ones who are aware of this, who can see it happening. They're the only ones who can do anything about this, apparently. But they're only armed with school supplies and a deep-seated hatred of one another."

My rating:

Holy sh*t! This book was freaking amazing! Practical Applications for Multiverse Theory was a lot of fun, action-packed, and just perfect!

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Review: Opening the Veil (New Sight #1) by C.L. Clark

Opening the Veil (New Sight #1)
Title: Opening the Veil

Series: New Sight #1

Author: C.L. Clark

Publication date: March 2015

Published by: C.L. Clark

Source: E-book for review from author

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When Cassie agrees to go on a date with her gorgeous new neighbor, she doesn’t expect the night to end with a glimpse into eternity. Within twenty-four hours she discovers not only are young women being brutally murdered around her beloved town, but an ancient evil is using her new neighbor like a puppet to do the killing. Knowing the police won’t believe her without solid proof, she makes it her mission to find the evidence they need. Add to that how her cat has started talking to her, along with seeing ghosts around town, and it’s no surprise that she’s beginning to question her sanity.

This is the first book in the New Sight Series - paranormal series about a young woman whose eyes are opened to the hidden world around her and her compulsion to help the dead seek answers and justice.

Imaginatively entertaining with light humor and a quickening pace, C. L. Clark’s interesting new twist on paranormal fantasy is a book series that readers will not want to pass up.

My rating:

Opening the Veil had a very intriguing story--I always love a good murder mystery! And this one, it has a supernatural twist to it... YES! It kept me hooked from page one!
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