Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Project ELE by Rebecca Gober and Courtney Nuckels


[Project ELE] by [Rebecca Gober and Courtney Nuckels] is one of those books I wish I had a paper copy of because my students would enjoy it and it is classroom friendly. The earth has become a deadly place to be and to save the population the government has built shelters to protect people. Not every one gets in though and some families are separated. This is a fast paced story that has many twists and turns. I hope to read more in this series. Just add them to my queue.

Breathe by Sarah Crossan


[Breathe] by [Sarah Crossan] was a dystopian novel where the government manipulated people to remain in power. The earth's atmosphere has been depleted so badly that the air can not sustain life. Or, that is what people believe. [Crossan] creates a world full of lies and intrigue but characters that are heroic and keep you on the edge of your seat waiting to see what will happen.

One Year After by William R. Forstchen

One Year After
[One Second After] was one of those books that the cover made me want to buy. I was not disappointed. So when I was in the book store and saw [One Year After] you know I had to buy it even though I have an unusually long queue of books to read. [William R. Forstchen] writes a compelling novel that makes me want to prep for disaster. The way humanity can either come together or tear each other apart is sadly something I feel is true to human nature.

The Way We Fall by Megan Crewe


This was a very well written book. I loved how the story was told in a series of letters written to her friend who had moved away. The relationships that develop are great. I am looking forward to reading the next book.

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

The Least (Zombie Ocean Book 3) by Michael John Grist


This is the third installment in the [Zombie Ocean Series] if you have not read the first two you are missing out! [Michael John Grist] is a master of the character driven story. [The Least] tells of the event from the perspective of Robert aka Cerulean. It also give you background to Robert just as [The Lost] gave the background of Anna and [The Last] was the story of Amo. You really have to read them all! Even if zombie books aren't your thing. This is a new twist on zombies and more of a tale of humanity.

Check out Amazon for deals on the first two books! This book is released today(Dec. 23). What are you waiting for, get reading!

Saturday, December 5, 2015

Fray(The Ruin Saga Book 3) by Harry Manners

[Harry Manners] remains one of my favorite authors. [Fray] is the third installment in [The Ruin Saga] and picked up just where [Brink] left off. As Norman and his crew follow Billy to stop the world from ending completely.

[Manners] really knows how to tell a story as well as weave in and out of the past and present without losing the audience. This is a skill not all authors can say they possess. If you have not experienced any of the books this man has written and like adventure on a cerebral level what are you waiting for?