I was supposed to post this a few days ago, but as ever, life intermitted. Anyways, I finally read the book, so here's my review - with other fun stuff thanks to the book tour.
Category: Young Adult
‘Burden of Truth’ by Kristin Ward
'Burden of Truth' is the sequel to the book ('After the Green Withered') we had featured in the gigantic blog tour that ended last week . I knew I shouldn't have (my tbr is slowly drowning me as it is...you're probably familiar with the situation), but I couldn't resist to get it and read it right after the first book. And you know what? I don't regret it. This book blew my mind!
Ultimate Blog Tour: ‘After the Green Withered’ by Kristin Ward
I'm so excited to be involved in this huge, never-before-on-Earth-happened book blog tour! When Dave first asked me if I thought it was possible or not (he asked many, and though most people loved the idea, of course there were a couple of non-believers, as always), I immediately became very jumpy! Enthusiasm is not beginning to describe what I felt... yeah, it was about to be a long shot. But it was so worth a try, and I'm so glad we're doing it! And after all, so many people, so many bloggers have got on board! My heart is full, guys. This is such a great community we have here! But enough about the tour... let's talk about the book in question! After all, that is what this is all about.
‘The Invisible Hand’ by James Hartley
Cold Scotland, autumn weather, magic..... all great for the mood to read this time of the year. Give a hot beverage and maybe a pet beside it, and it's a wonderful reading afternoon!
‘Cold Fire’ by James Hartley
Today's Halloween, so it's only natural if one shares a review that's somewhat spooky. This one that I'm writing about, 'Cold Fire' is not one that can be without hesitation categorized as 'spooky', but it has a weird, otherworldly and magical atmosphere that I felt it would be perfect for today. So, bring your coffee and read about my experience with it!
‘Medallion Of Murder’ by BR Myers
This YA mystery series is probably something you should read on some cozy autumn afternoon these days... Make a coffee the way you like it, and let's read my thoughts about this book!