Monday, April 19, 2021

Of Kindness and Kilowatts (Nothing is Promised Book 3) (ADULT)


 This is a awesome book perfect for our time, of global warming and pandemics.  It shows one mans struggle to do his job but still find the evil behind those who are willing to put themselves first even if it means others die a horrifying death.  There is some science in this book but it will all become clear the further you go.  I can not wait for book four and hope the same characters come back and be added too as this book three did for the ones before it.  I love the characters they are so genuine and kind, they seem to really care about the people they serve.

Monday, April 12, 2021

The Prison Healer (YA)


 Kiva is a prisoner at the worse prison in the lands, Zalindov.  But a note comes after the so called queen rebel is brought in very sick, we are coming, keep her alive.  So when this rebel is taken for sentencing Kiva knows what she must do, she must do the trials for her and now both of their lives hinge on Kiva making it through.

This is such a exciting book, Kiva the wrongly imprisoned girl, the dashing new guy inmate, the guard who doesn't act like any other guard at Zalindov, a plague that is sweeping through the inmates killing them faster than the work they are meant to do, and the rebel queen who lays unconscious.  What more can you ask for? This book is packed with non stop action and suspense that will keep you up past your bedtime.  I can't wait to see the next part of the series.

Monday, April 5, 2021

War and Millie McGonigle (MG)


 Millie is a young girl with big  responsibilities, and a huge grief in her heart.  Millie has lost her best friend and confidant, her grandmother.  Her family doesn't have much money but they live in paradise, San Diego.  But when the war starts coming for the US her fear also rises, but her parents have finally found jobs, but that also leaves Millie to watch her younger sister and brother.  

This is a awesome book about a young girl coming to gripes with what life has given her.  I have to admit I love books that take place in places I have been stationed it makes me homesick for my friends I left in those places but it is still fun.  So that is what drew me to the book but the story caught my interest and kept me captivated until I was finished, and I hope it does the same for you.