Ebook Review – CIA Fall Guy – Phyllis Zimbler Miller

CIA Fall Guy - A Spy Thriller

CIA Fall Guy - A Spy ThrillerThis author sure can spin a yarn! CIA Fall Guy is exactly my kind of book, enough action and intrigue to keep you guessing the whole time, with a decent sprinkling of romance and relationships to keep you turning the pages.

The book is well written, and very fast paced, there are times when it seems almost a little too fast, the words spat out at machine gun pace, but that I think is the skill of the author, the more you read, the more you want to read, so the faster you read!

 

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Ebook Review – Sasha’s List – Lucy Tucker

Sasha's List

{jcomments on}Sasha's ListWhat can I say erotic books are all about titillation, being thought provoking and definitely fantasy! The author Lucy Tucker has done a good job, Sasha’s List tells the tale of two women who become friends by a chance meeting at a motel, after Sasha splits up from her boyfriend, Sasha and her new friend Kelly then go on to create a list of their sexual fantasies, all of which they undertake in a week.  While at the same time, engaging in a lot of sexual experimentation between each other.

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EBook Review – Clutch (I am Just Junco) – J A Huss

Clutch - J A HussAlthough not your traditional thriller, Clutch is a rare find.  Set in the future, 2125 to be more exact you follow nineteen year old Junco Coot described as “the most foul-mouthed, unpredictable and ruthless sniper the Rural Republic” as she is dragged into a journey of self discovery.

My first thoughts were that it was slow to get started, but this was quickly dispelled as the twists and turns arrive fast and furiously, the author J.A Huss does a delightful job of drawing the reader in, with her descriptive scenes and colourful language, giving enough intrigue to keep you hanging and wanting more.

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EBook Review- Detonate – David Green

David Greene - Detonate

David Greene - DetonateDetonate is a thriller by David Greene, which does everything a thriller should! It is fast moving, with enough twists and turns to keep you interested and turning the pages! I enjoyed finding out more about the protagonists as the story went on; Tyrone King is soldier turned private investigator who unwittingly becomes embroiled in a plan involving terrorists, New York and the Statue of Liberty.

 

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Ebook Review – Crowley’s Window – Gord Rollo

Crowley's Window

Crowley's WindowWhen I read the synopsis, I thought this book was going to be right up my street, and I wasnt wrong!  Gord Rollo's supernatural thriller with a hint of horror hit all the right notes for me!  It starts at good pace, and the book pretty much continues like that right up to the final climax!  

Losing her sight (and her eyes) when a teenager, the beautiful but troubled Abby now lives and works with her 'surrogate family' as part of the 'freak show' in a travelling circus.  But unlike most of the other 'freaks' her talents are real, she is able to see into the future, the loss of her eyes seemingly having given her another way to see, and enhanced the gifts she has always had!   

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Ebook Review – Superman’s Cape – Brian Spangler

Superman's Cape Novel

Superman's Cape Novel If I had come across this book on the shelf in the local bookshop I would probably not have bought it, and fter reading the synopsis on my Kindle it struck me that this was going to be another predictable story like so many others out there. However, it is in the Amazon top 300, which had to bode well!  Having been asked to give it a review by Razberryjuice (which means a free read), I made a cup of tea, settled down and made a start…

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EBook Review – The Summer We Lost Alice – Jan Strnad

The Summer We Lost AliceThis book spans the realms of young love, dreadful sorrow and supernatural forces. It is seen through the eyes of a young boy Ethan, who has been sent to spend the summer with his country cousins, he experiences the joy of first love and the depths of despair from loss. The writer pulls you into each emotion as if it were you experiencing it first hand, your mind is constantly challenged trying to work out how and why events are happening.

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Ebook Review – Darklandia – T.S. Welti

Darklandia T.S. Welti

Darklandia T.S. WeltiAs soon as I read the synopsis of Darklandia, I knew I was the one to do the reviewing, and I was right – I loved it. I have always loved anything dystopian, sci-fi, thriller'ish, I don't do chit lit very well, and count Nineteen Eighty-Four and Brave New World amongst my absolute favourite novels, but enough of my reviewing credentials…..

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Ebook Review – Season of Sin – Stacy-Deanne

When given this book to review, I hadn’t read anything bar the odd newspaper for a fair while. But, having a tiny baby in the house though means my nights are currently spent not sleeping, and so over the last couple of nights, I have grabbed my Kindle and whilst a very small person convinces me the only place to sleep is planted firmly on my chest I have read The Season of Sin!

Well crafted characters and a plot line that steams along at a decent pace well describes this book. With all e-books the first port of call when reviewing has to be the basics – how well written, laid out and punctuated is the book (being able to so easily self-publish means the e-book market has far too many hastily written and published books) – The Season of Sin well and truly passes muster, being well written and well edited.

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Unruly Guides E-book Formatting Kit 3.0 Review

Like all new authors to self-publishing I was a bit worried about the formatting aspect of my book once ready to publish, after putting all the hard work in to writing it, the last thing I wanted was for it to be let down by poor readability when viewed on one of today’s readers such as a Kindle.

This began my search on how to format an e-book looking for a tool that not only made it pleasing to read but also made it compare favourably against the competition.

 

 

 

 

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