Time travel is hard to get right without being cheesy or too complicated to understand, and Nick Jones’ novel And Then She Vanished is definitely neither of those things. Centered around the disappearance of Joseph Bridgeman’s sister when they were young, this novel explores what it’s like to experience and live with a trauma such […]
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When I was approached to read book two in this series for the book tour, Smoke in Her Eyes, I immediately agreed since I was already eagerly reading this book through my Kindle Unlimited membership. I really loved the first book in this reincarnation love story/psychological thriller, A Torch in His Heart, featuring […]
Welcome to the Pre-Squee, a new weekly feature here at the Bookworms and at The Book Swarm. Some books, though they might not be coming out for a few months, need an early squee — we just can’t hold in our excitement about them! Sure, we’ll do full reviews closer to the release date but […]
The Lost Boys Symphony features a group of three friends in college: Henry and Val who’ve been dating for several years, and Henry’s long-time best friend Gabe. The three of them are inseparable, but as college goes on and Henry gets more dependent on his girlfriend, Val grows apart from Henry and decides that […]
My Thoughts: Claudia is a thirty-six-year-old first grade teacher, and she’s been dating nerdy wheelchair bound Adam for nearly one year. They have a great relationship on all fronts except for one: Adam isn’t ready to commit to Claudia, even though he’s thirty-eight and says that he’s never been happier in a relationship. Claudia found […]
Strange Chemistry is one of these publishers that always comes up with the most unique book. The debut from MG Buehrlen The 57 Lives of Alex Wayfare is no exception and combines Time Travel with a historical setting featuring the super cute and nerdy heroine Alex Wayfare. In celebration of its launch I have Author MG Buehrlen here […]
My Thoughts: In Michael Landweber’s We, forty-year-old Ben’s OCD leads him to try to clean a water spot off of the ceiling, leading to a nasty fall resulting in a hospital stay where he is in a coma. Instead of remaining in the dark, he awakens in the kitchen of his youth, inside the head […]
My Thoughts: Kirby Mazrachi is the one victim of time traveling serial killer Harper Curtis who survived his brutal attack. With the help of a seemingly run down house on the South Side of Chicago that will open up onto different times in the past and present, Kirby is just one of many “Shining Girls” that […]
My Thoughts: Raven literally explodes back in time, appearing in a lightning bolt onto a highway during a storm in 2013. A semi-truck narrowly misses her, and even though she can’t remember who she is or where she is, she reluctantly decides to go with the kindly truck driver on the road to get out […]
Time Between Us by Tamara Ireland Stone (web | twitter ) Genre: YA Contem/Time Travel Publication: October 9th 2012 by Hyperion Copy from publisher Get your own: amazon | BookDepository | audible Rating: Time Between Us by Tamara Ireland Stone on goodreads: Anna and Bennett were never supposed to meet: she lives in 1995 Chicago and he lives in […]
Paradox (Travelers #2) (Goodreads, Amazon) by Claudia Lefeve (Goodreads, Amazon, Website) Published March 2012 Everything is predestined. Etta is slowly readjusting to life in her new reality, while still recovering from the shock over the news regarding her relationship with Cooper. While learning more about her role as leader of the Council, she soon discovers […]
(You’re welcome to grab and use our Button, just please link back to us) Weekly meme from The Story Siren. The idea is to post the books you got this week,whether you bought them, got them as a gift, from the library, or received them to review. Happy Sunday, everyone. And Happy Easter if you celebrate. Heather […]
WhileI loved most parts of the books, the revelations towards the end could have been better and truth to be told, the direction the story took was slightly disappointing. I can’t even put a finger on the exact reason, it was just how I felt towards the end.
However, the very end – with Jackson making a very hard decision – was emotionally raw, selfless and heartbreaking!