Friday, February 24, 2017

Audiobook Review: Highland Spy by Madeline Martin

Series:     Mercenary Maidens #1
Pub. Date:Jan. 10, 2017
Publisher:Tantor Audio
Narrators:David Gillies
Length:11 hrs 11 min
Source:Publisher

I was very intrigued by this series and the thought of Mercenary Maidens... ruined and fallen women forced into the life of a spy for the crown and king. As I listened to the story, the team of spies was definitely the most intriguing aspect. These women were trained in combat, interrogation (sort of), disguise/acting, seduction, and how to get out of sticky situations using their wits and, at times, drugs.

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Guest Review by Julie: Quantum by Jess Anastasi

Series:     Atrophy #2
Pub. Date:Aug. 8, 2016
Publisher:Entangled
Length:325 pages

Quantum opened up with a bang and never slowed down! Mae is undercover trying to prove if Zander is human, or if he's been replaced by the Reidar, shape shifting aliens planning to take over the system. What follows is a fast-paced story with enough suspense and adrenaline that kept me glued until the end!

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

ARC Review: The Burning Page by Genevieve Cogman

Series:     Invisible Library #3
Pub. Date:Jan. 10, 2017
Publisher:Roc Books
Length:356 pages
Source:NetGalley

The Invisible Library has been such a unique series involving various sects (humans, fae and dragons) living in realms of differing levels of chaos, and accessible by librarians who seek to preserve the order and existence of each unique realm by collecting its important works of literature.