The Woods Part 1 (1985) by L.V. Gaudet

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The WoodsIt is an ordinary forest, as far as spooky looking woods go, filled mostly with craggy twisted oak trees, their gnarled branches reaching like skeletal fingers and deeply wrinkled cracked-bark covered trunks. The trees cluster together, their branches twisted and tangled together, daring any to enter their midst.

The land here lies low and wet in the spring, leaving the stand of trees a small island of stick-like saplings and sparse tall yellow grass invaded by wild roses with their sharp thorns standing in a shallow bath of melt water throughout the springtime months.

They are far from a silent woods. A small stretch of thick growth surrounded by fields of crops interspersed with some areas abandoned to grass, weeds, and stray crop seeds. Against one side of this stretch of trees, amidst the farm fields, is also nestled a small happy community. The woods team with life, red and…

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‘Tipping Point’ by @TerryTyler4 #TuesdayBookBlog #BookReview

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‘I didn’t know danger was floating behind us on the breeze as we walked along the beach, seeping in through the windows of our picture postcard life.’

The year is 2024. A new social networking site bursts onto the scene. Private Life promises total privacy, with freebies and financial incentives for all. Across the world, a record number of users sign up.

A deadly virus is discovered in a little known African province, and it’s spreading—fast. The UK announces a countrywide vaccination programme. Members of underground group Unicorn believe the disease to be man-made, and that the people are being fed lies driven by a vast conspiracy.

Vicky Keating’s boyfriend, Dex, is working for Unicorn over two hundred miles away when the first UK outbreak is detected in her home town of Shipden, on the Norfolk coast. The town is placed under military controlled quarantine and, despite…

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Book Review – Light Bringer by Pat Bertram

The intangible world of the literary mind

I am re-posting this book review on a book that deserved more recognition than it got.

Light Bringer by Pat Bertram, an author who has done so much over the years to help developing authors.


When strange things happen people go to Chalcedony.  But what is so special about the little town?

Helen Jenks’ life changed with a drive home on a snowy night.  That change came in the form of an infant girl, who she calls Rena, which she finds abandoned on her doorstep.

It becomes immediately apparent that Rena is not your usual kind of abandoned-on-the-doorstep baby.  There is something special about the child.  Helen soon finds herself living on the run with the child, but on the run from who or what?

And that is where her story ends and the real story begins.

Philip Hansen opens his door to unexpected guests, Agent’s Derrick and Hugh…

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#BlogBlitz #Review Wormwood by @LarryEnmon @Bloodhoundbook

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Title: Wormwood by Larry Enmon

Publisher: Bloodhound Books

Genre: Mystery/Thriller.


In Dallas, Texas, Katrina Wallace goes missing. As the mayor’s daughter, her kidnapping triggers mounting political pressure and forces the Chief of Police to put two senior detectives on the case. Rob Soliz and Frank Pierce have done the impossible in the past, but their methods are unconventional.

The only evidence at the scene is a Bible found in the girl’s car and soon Frank and Rob find themselves involved in a disturbing investigation shrouded by Bible prophecy, doomsday cults, and murder.

Is Katrina still alive? And what exactly is Wormwood?

As the trail leads them into the woods of rural East Texas, Frank must deal with his lingering religious doubts and solve the case. His worst fears will be realised when he must discover the ugly truth about Wormwood. But he and Rob will have to get out…

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The Breakdown

Popping Thoughts

by B.A. Paris

I haven’t read her book Behind Closed Doors, but the first time I saw it, I know it will be good. And with all the raves and good praises online, I still haven’t got my hand on that book…😔

wp-1507910158660..jpegAnyways.., saw this story, saw who the author and requested for the book.

The middle of the story made me cringe, literally skip some pages because I think.. that those are just fillers. I mean, I am not exactly sure what is enough on building the character but I think for this book is a little too much. A lot of suspense happened, and when I got 89% , I started reading it normally again and I can’t put it down! I even brought this to the office C.R. and finish it..😆

I must say, this made me think.. Cass IS smart, despite of what happened and what…

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Lightning Men by Thomas Mullen

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IMG_0994Thank you to the author, publisher and NetGalley for providing me a free e-copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. 

Lightning Men is a true crime story set in the south and I give this intense read 4 out of 5 stars.  Two ‘negro’ officers, Boggs and Smith, are trying to keep illegal white lightning off the streets of their part of town in 1950’s Atlanta.  Unfortunately, the officers are up against a smattering of outlying efforts that make keeping the streets safe even harder.  The majority of white police are corrupt which undermines everything Boggs and Smith work for, and the Klan is still alive and well, again making things more difficult. As they get closer to shutting down operations, people start getting killed. They are torn between trying to make things right and keeping enough peace that the drug and race issues in down don’t…

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The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern


The circus comes to town with out a warning. The tents pop up over night. People gather around the gate to find a sign that says the circus will open from dusk to dawn. What kind of circus is only open at night?
In The Night Circus you meet Hector Bowen and A.H also known as Alexander. They are both Illusionist who have played a game with each oit for years. This game pits Alexanders and Hector’s players at each other. It could go on for years before a winner is declared. This time around Hector has chosen his very own daughter Celia to play this game. Alexander then choose a young boy around the same age as Celia his name is Marco. Years ago by as they practice and learn.

Then the circus is born after multiple midnight dinners. It’s not your typical circus. The circus is draped in…

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Nevernight – Review

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Holy. Jesus. This book absolutely deserves all the hype it is getting!!

It was a tinsey bit predictable? (I knew Ash was going to betray her (but I DIDN’T pick that she was working with the Luminatii) and that she was going to end up being a blade even though she didn’t kill that innocent.

I was sad that Lord Cassius died because he was a really interesting character and him and Mia would have made a really interesting combo.

I loved all the different powers and the downsides to them! Such a good idea!!! I found the gods SUPER interesting and because I’m a sucker for greek gods all the backstories to Aa and Niah were SO GOOD!!

TRIC omg 90% sure he’s still alive but also kinda hope he’s not because that’s more obvious? If he is alive though I reckon he’ll be pissed she killed his…

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The One – John Marrs ★★★★★

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How far would you go to find THE ONE?

One simple mouth swab is all it takes. A quick DNA test to find your perfect partner – the one you’re genetically made for.

A decade after scientists discover everyone has a gene they share with just one other person, millions have taken the test, desperate to find true love. Now, five more people meet their Match. But even soul mates have secrets. And some are more shocking – and deadlier – than others…

My Review:
Why didn’t I read this sooner?
I am totally regretting not bumping this up in my to be read pile after hearing so much about it! The One is brilliant, I haven’t read anything similar to this book. It is a one of a kind book! It is one of those books you try to put down to go to sleep but…

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Book Review: ‘The Couple Next Door’ by Shari Lapena


Hello everyone, and welcome back to The Bookworm’s Fantasy! I hope you’re all doing well. Today I’m going to be posting my review of Shari Lapena’s novel, ‘The Couple Next Door.’ I really enjoyed every single page, and I just had to review it for you! So, keep reading to discover my thoughts…

image1 (59) image2 (49) ** TRIGGER WARNING ** Contains scenes of a sexual nature, references to acts of physical violence and abduction/kidnapping, and references to various mental illnesses.

‘The Couple Next Door’ was a Sunday Times Bestseller, and was labelled as “The most talked-about thriller of the year [2016].” It is Shari Lapena’s debut thriller novel, and was released in July 2016. Her latest novel, ‘A Stranger In The House,’ is due to be released on the 27th July 2017. Lapena was a lawyer and an English teacher, before she turned to writing fiction. She lives in Toronto, Canada.


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