Showing posts from December, 2016

Happy Holidays Everyone

Hello everyone, I hope you are safe and warm this holiday season. There won't be a review today because I'm spending the day with my family. I hope you all got everything you asked for and will be starting off the new year right. Happy Holidays and happy reading! - K

Heroes or Thieves by J. J. Sherwood

Hey everyone, sorry I missed you last week. Even this week I have very little energy. Between exams and the incredibly cold weather we're getting I've been taking long naps during the day when I should be getting work done. Christmas is coming and I am 100% looking forward to spending some time with my family. Book wise I have been trying to get caught up on the books that lovely authors have been nice enough to send me. You might remember that a few months ago I did a review for the first book in this series Kings or Pawns. Around that time the author sent me the second book, which I have been trying to find time to read ever since. Somehow I managed to finish this before the new year. And to be honest I'm truly glad I have. With books like this it's important to read it while I still have the characters and story fresh in my mind. Thankfully the author was nice to leave a reminder of what happened in the previous book at the beginning. So let me tell you a bit a

Quick Update

Hey everyone, super quick update. I'm in the middle of exams so I missed the review yesterday. Honestly until someone told me today that it was Tuesday I had no idea what day it was. So for the next week I'm not going to post the review and next Monday I'll try to get a review out. Have a great day everyone and happy reading! - K

Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith

Hey everyone, I hope you're having a happy Monday. We're now into December and the cold weather is slowly starting to effect us Canadians. Thankfully for the last couple of weeks the temperature has been hanging around -4, which is pretty warm for this time of year. The windchill is another thing altogether. A couple weeks ago I told my friend that I was having trouble finding new and interesting books to read. She leant me a couple of books that she enjoyed to get me through to the new year. This was one of those books. Her description of the book was that it was about a murder in the heart of Stalin's communist Russia. With not much more to go on I sat down to give it a read. It took me about three days to finish. Let me tell you a bit about it: Leo is a high ranking officer of the MGB, Russia's military police under Stalin's rule. His job is to investigate any implication of traitors to the revolution. Once he finds someone he turns them in, they are inte