Tuesday, September 12, 2017
I absolutely loved this book, the action was non stop, the suspense with Zero went throughout the book, and the twists kept you on your toes, as did the side stories, some I am sure will blossom more in subsequent books. This is the first book I ever read and thought while reading it, "Wow this would make a awesome movie." so that is saying something, hint hint movie people, pay attention, maybe Netflix! I was so trying to turn more pages at the end (don't get me wrong it ended at a good place) I just was not ready for it to end, so I can not wait for the next book. Hurry Hurry Hurry
Saturday, September 9, 2017
This is a awesome book that is very entertaining but can also make you think if you are so inclined, and if you do will you still do the same things you have always done? Do you still shake hands, take your neighbors soup when they are sick with the flu, or even wipe your kids nose? Do you start stock piling water and food in a shelter, or just take things as they come? This book is well researched, action packed, and suspenseful right up until the end where you can't help but rush for the next to see what happens.
I had the audio version with narrators John David Ferrell and Kris Adams who tag teamed the male and female roles and brought the book alive, they were great, they made you part of the team like you were there with the guys helping them, providing cover, running tests, doing what needs to be done. And it was these fine narrators teamed with a really good author that made that possible.
Thursday, September 7, 2017
This was a very powerful series, and a story not often told but just as important in history as any other. It is told in a exciting but very real way, it does not glamorize war but doesn't scare and totally traumatize children either. There is plenty of action, a lot of hold on to your seat suspense, and just a few (ha ha) twists and turns to keep you on your toes. But all in all it is a really awesome historical fiction book that I think any one would, young and older, great reader or reluctant (might need help with the Norwegian, but heck don't most of us), love to read.
Sandy Brehl is the award-winning author of a Norway historical trilogy for ages ten-thru-adult. (ODIN’S PROMISE, BJORN’S GIFT, and MARI’S HOPE) She also writes a blog about picture books (http://Unpackingpicturebookpower.blogspot.com) and contributes to a blog about historical works from middle grade readers (https://thestoriedpast.org). She’s an active member and volunteer with SCBWI-Wisconsin. Sandy writes fiction, nonfiction, and poetry for young readers of any age. A retired educator living in the Milwaukee area, Sandy offers programs for schools, libraries, and adult groups. Learn more at www.SandyBrehl.com, follow on Twitter @SandyBrehl and @PBWorkshop, and on Facebook: Sandy Brehl Author.
Sunday, September 3, 2017
The Devil has recruited a hitman to do his bidding, and he is after those who help the people the Devil uses, the ones he possesses, Priests, and not just any Priests, but the few that can do exorcisms. But out of all of the priests and people the Devil has his eyes on the one that got away, Tony. Tony while working as a mechanic and trying desperately to be admitted into the priesthood despite numerous rejections keeps trying, knowing that someday he can help his brother Billy and his friend James fight demons and the Devil, like the one that possessed him as a child.
This was an action packed from start to finish, roller coaster type book with all the twists and turns, but so good. You will stay up past your bedtime because you won't want to put it down, it is one of those books where you say to yourself one more chapter to see what happens to (fill in the blank), for many more chapters. A awesome sequel to Demons Beware and well worth it, it will not disappoint.