Publisher: Strange Chemistry

Book Review: The PirateR..

Book Review: The Pirate’s Wish

Last year, The Assassin's Curse blew my mind with its creativity. I have been waiting on pins and needles for the next installment, The Pirate's Wish, ever since I finished that last page of The Assassin's Curse. The Pirate's Wish starts off right after the events of The Assassin's Curse. Ananna and Naji are still trapped on the island looking for ways to get off of it, as well as ways to break Naji's curse. Sure, Ananna knows (or at least thinks she does) one way to break one of the three impossible tests. But I guess it is called […]

Posted May 30, 2013
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Book Review: Katya’s World

The beginning pages of Katya's World read similar to something out of a textbook. It's prologue, if that is what you want to call it, seems almost formal in describing how the inhabitants of this world came to be on this planet, the people's relationship to Earth, and its progression as a colony over the generations. While odd in its formality, this prologue set the stage for one of the most unique reads I have ever come across.   I have been racking my brain trying to come to terms with this read. Part of what makes Katya's World so […]

Posted November 5, 2012
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Book Review: Blackwood

Book Review: Blackwood

I was excited to read my first Strange Chemistry novel and loved to see the mix of history with a modern tale. So, I dug in, not sure how this tale would unfold.   Miranda is a Blackwood, an outcast family on the small island they live on. She may also be the only hope of getting back the missing people who disappeared. Phillips has been away for years and returns after an urgent call from his father. The island holds voices for him, something that has kept him away from home for long. Sometimes the voices overwhelm him and […]

Posted September 14, 2012
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