Wednesday, September 30, 2015

BOOK REVIEW - The Martian


Author: Andy Weir -
Format: Kindle ebook. Purchased from amazon.

Did it feel like a full novel: yes
Cliffhanger: no
Genre: sci fi
Dates Read: Sept 3-6, 2015
Official Blurb: Six days ago, astronaut Mark Watney became one of the first people to walk on Mars. Now, he's sure he'll be the first person to die there. After a dust storm nearly kills him & forces his crew to evacuate while thinking him dead, Mark finds himself stranded & completely alone with no way to even signal Earth that he’s alive—& even if he could get word out, his supplies would be gone long before a rescue could arrive. Chances are, though, he won't have time to starve to death. The damaged machinery, unforgiving environment or plain-old "human error" are much more likely to kill him first. But Mark isn't ready to give up yet. Drawing on his ingenuity, his engineering skills—& a relentless, dogged refusal to quit—he steadfastly confronts one seemingly insurmountable obstacle after the next. Will his resourcefulness be enough to overcome the impossible odds against him?

Fantastic sci fi story that makes you forget it hasn’t actually happened, with a hero you really get close to.

I keep hearing (and agree) this novel is like a combination of “Cast Away” and “Apollo 13”. I almost want Tom Hanks to be in it, heh heh. But that’s probably more a comment about the film coming out in a few weeks rather, so hopefully I’ll actually have a movie review for you at that time.

Instead, let me tell you about this novel. I went in with high expectations, and damn did this sucker exceed them all. First of all, our poor protagonist is a lovely nerd, bordering on being a dork. Both are definite positives. I have heard some people did not like his zaniness, but I think they’re comparing him to old style, “The Right Stuff” kind of astronauts. I have more in mind Chris Hadfield singing David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” while on the ISS

and Samantha Cristoferetti wearing a Star Trek uniform in space and quoting a line from Star Trek Voyager

But yeah, these examples make Mark sound kind of perfect. Not only his personality, but also his expertise. Weir really did his homework in making this sci fi feel much more scientific than fiction. You might get slightly bogged down at the calculations, but they’re all explained in a  way that you understand what Mark is worried about and what he has available to try to fix what he can. Even if you just have to trust he understands his math because you slightly zoned out at that point. Only slightly, you won’t have a glazed over look, I promise!

When it comes to how he ends up pretty much screwed, and how he tries to increase his survival odds, you cannot put this book down! You don’t have a clue how he’s going to survive. Then after the first third of the novel or so, you have hope, and you get it snuffed out a couple of times. Very nail biting stuff. Past that, you get an increased sense of hope though you are terrified it’ll be taken away yet again. This book really played with my emotions in a way the romances haven’t touched, heh.

Again, I have to reiterate this doesn’t feel like a sci fi book as much as it is. You know that no one’s been sent to Mars, yet it all touches on what is currently happening in space travel and technology so closely that you think it’s not that farfetcehd. Whether you’re a regular reader of science fiction or not, I really suggest this novel. Or if you just like adventure, this qualifies as well. Dangit, if you like to read at all, I suggest you try it just based on that!

Rating: 5 stars

Friday, September 25, 2015

BOOK REVIEW - Fates Divided (Halven Rising #1) [blog tour]

Fates Divided by Jules Barnard Halven Rising #1
Publication Date: August 31, 2015
  Genres: Contemporary, Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance
Tour: Fates Divided by Jules Barnard

Elena Rosales has busted her ass to get into a good college. She’s the only one in her family ever to attend, and expectations are high. No pressure. But Elena’s got this one in the bag, because she’s as dependable as the molecules she studies, as reliable as the chemical reactions that comfort her in their predictability. Until they don’t.

Elena has always wondered why her mother abandoned her on her first birthday. It’s not until she turns eighteen and her chemistry experiments go berserk that she learns the truth: Her mother wasn’t human, and the Fae are willing to harm those Elena loves if she doesn’t use her power over the elements to cure them of a deadly disease. 

Derek, Elena’s brooding neighbor, isn’t the friendliest guy, but he has access to an off-hours lab and is willing to help Elena create the antivirus. He has his own secrets to keep, and this business Elena is mixed up in could blow his cover. But when Elena and Derek get together, more than chemicals spark fire-and they soon discover just how complicated attraction can get when they find themselves on the other side of the portal, fighting for survival. Lives collide, and allegiance and love are tested, in Fates 


About Jules Barnard

Before turning to storytelling, Jules earned a master’s degree in public health and spent many an hour running statistical analysis–until she realized her favorite part of the job was writing reports. She decided to cut out the math and add in some hot guys, and so began her career as a novelist. Jules is a Northern California native living on the coast with her husband and two children. She has no impulse control around cupcakes and credits herself with the ability to read while running on the treadmill or burning dinner.
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Format: Kindle ebook; was provided a free copy for an honest review.
Did it feel like a full novel: yes
Cliffhanger: no
Genre: fantasy, romance, paranormal, faes (yes, to include males <3)
Dates Read: Sept 15-25, 2015
Review: Delightful paranormal/fantasy romance that had the fun stuff of a YA, but wasn’t really one!

Well dear readers, let me tell you how much I enjoyed this novel! It starts off a smidgen slow, being that you’re not quite sure what’s going on (poor Elena is actually in the same boat), but soon things start getting somewhat explained. Though there is a touch more mystery of backstories than I think needed, I guess it was for all the dun dun DUN! dramatic type situations of discovery throughout the rest of book. I don’t think it needed so much stuff hidden, as the rest of the action was pretty good to hold it up itself. Good level of suspense and timing when you’re worried about what’s going to happen to the characters several times!

You start to like Elena, being that she makes nicely intelligent choices and decisions (at least 98% of the time). Her romance with Derek almost feels a little instatlove-ish, but you get a good feel for its solidness, so it kinda balances out. Honestly Derek is probably my favorite part of this novel. He’s not the alpha-type that I’m used to, but he is certainly loyal and protective of Elena. Fiercely so, enough that you see why certain situations paint him as a beautifully tragic hero at points. SEVERAL points which I highlighted to reread later and enjoy again ;] The more I think about him, the fonder I get!

I was annoyed at a couple of the other characters, but they either had a reason to be disliked, or as in Keen’s case, sort of grew on you. Not completely of course, poor Keen is a bit too much of a jerk for me to really like him, but I enjoyed how he developed into somewhat less of a jerk. I guess it’s a lot to expect for a long-lived fae to change over the course of a single book like that *snaps fingers*.

Speaking of the fae, I really enjoyed this author’s explanations and use of them and their magic. While I have to wonder at the way they live in different realms because it still feels a bit fuzzy, I like that there are different places setup for the story to follow through. At times their magic isn’t perfectly clear, but then, we’re looking at it from Elena and Derek’s POV really, so that makes sense. I think there was definitely enough world building to continue onto the next two books without slowing down, but not so much that they can’t add more to it. Definitely adding the rest of this trilogy to my TBR list!

My only complaint isn’t really having to do anything with the book itself, rather I didn’t get my review copy until I asked for it 4 days before I was supposed to post up a review :/ Makes this first book tour a little disappointing to have not been able to join in on time with everyone else. But that’s just something I guess I should file away for the next time I agree to one. I really am thankful for the opportunity to read this book though, so all’s well that ends well. 

Rating: 5 stars

Sunday, September 20, 2015

BOOK REVIEW - Ecstasy Unbound (The Guardians of the Realms #1) [Net Galley]

Professional ReaderI shall be posting my Net Galley reviews up on Sundays to keep the separate from other reviews (and because adding them to the queue may back them up too much). This shall not be posted every Sunday, only when I have an NG book finished.

Author: Jay Setta -
Format: Kindle ebook, free from Net Galley. Check out on amazon here
Did it feel like a full novel: yes
Cliffhanger: no, just continuing series
Genre: paranormal romance, mythology
Dates Read: July 27-Aug 30, 2015
Official Blurb: As one of the twelve Guardians, Urian has spent the last several centuries in a constant battle to keep the inhabitants of Earth’s Realms under control. Humanity has to evolve, hell beasts need to die, and Immortals need mates. But lately, Uri's mind is overrun with thoughts of when his sexy voyeur will find him again, watching him from the shadows, continuing their wicked game. All Guardians are forbidden contact with the little goddess and her brothers, but his need for her escalating, he finds it increasingly difficult to keep from pinning her down on the nearest surface and making her his.

Alexandra has managed to evade the Guardians and being cast out from the human Realm for centuries, ever since the Creators sent the Gods to sleep for their sins against humanity and banished all Immortals. Always sensing that she was needed on Earth, only once has Alex gone against her instincts and the price she paid will forever haunt her. It is for that reason she forces herself to stay away from the only male who has ever truly enticed her. The only one who has ever made her long for what she knows is dangerous. 

Great worldbuilding with alphamale that is on the fence of being an alphahole sometimes.

This is really a lovely start to a grand series with intricate worldbuilding and a variety of different characters! I was a bit lost at first, trying to figure out what a guardian is vs a god and such, and didn’t get too much explanation as it went. Enough to enjoy the bulk of the story though. Forget about trying to figure out who is related to who, and other family lines because that needs a nice flow chart. Also explanations on why all these guys are over 7 feet tall yet they all wear tight jeans and t-shirts. These guys have been alive for centuries, I’m sure they might like a variety of clothing.

Uri was the main hero, and I was not a big fan of him. He seemed to ‘love’ Alex mainly because she was just so hot, only later when they find out they’re predestined mates does he comment on her personality. I like when an H is enamored of his lover, but when this happens to be his thought process:

She was so damn perfect, with her flat stomach, high succulent tits, and a round little ass just begging to be bent over anything he could find...

It feels cheap. Yes, her body is “begging” for him to sex the crap out of it. Sure dude, whatever.

Alex is also kinda a meh heroine. She’s likable dealing with her brothers and her shoes, and kinda taking care of things on her own. She doesn’t loose too much of that with Uri, thankfully. Well unless they’re having sex. Or he gets possessive. OK, she does a bit. And then all of a sudden we’re supposed to believe she is a crazy awesome fighter? I couldn’t see it, and it felt like a ridiculous add on. 

As a side character, Sam was pretty interesting in the short part she started to develop, but it stayed short, alas. 

The sex was pretty good overall (well, if you ignore history of a rape scene and then a present rape scene). The mfm was very hot! It was only afterward that I thought about that things became annoying. The reasons for not just having the two lovers go at it was to please the female because that’s very important to them. But the guy made sure to let her know this was only the one time. “So yeah, here have the best sex of your life EVER....because you’re never going to have it again because I’m a possessive jerk.”

OK, so it sounds like I hated this book, doesn’t it? I didn’t, honestly! I think it’s just it’s easier to complain about those detailed things than go on about the more positive stuff without spoiling anything. But I shall try. Well, the change of POVs was well done, and not just between two characters, there were others as well. Though I was a little lost on the rules of this universe, the set up was grand, what with so many types of shifters and monsters (like hellhounds and dragons!). The villains had their own plan there, something that will likely be better explained in the rest of the series. But that’s good, instead of super insurmountable odds to be beaten in the first book, and then getting ridiculously and exponentially more incredible with every one thereafter. If you like paranormal or mythological romances, I would certainly recommend you give this a try.

Received via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

Rating: 3 stars

Saturday, September 19, 2015

MEME - Stacking the Shelves - 09-19-15 #011

Got a few, but really haven't had the opportunity to do much reading, alas. Hopefully can do better next week? Anything we might have both gotten? Did you all find something that you can't wait to start?

Won in raffle (from summer's Seasonal Readathon)


Thursday, September 17, 2015

No post this upcoming Tues or Wed

Just to let you all know that I'm not dropping my blog or anything, I've just been swamped this week and haven't been able to do the reviews needed (I have two... but they're both Net Galley and that is what Sundays are supposed to be for eheh). Hopefully the following week I'll be back on track! Thank you for not giving up on me <3

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

BOOK REVIEW - Corporal Domination [Net Galley]

Professional Reader


Author: Cassandre Dayne -
Format: kindle ebook. Free via net galley. Amazon info here
Did it feel like a full novel: no, maybe a complete short story though
Cliffhanger: no
Genre: m/m, erotica, BDSM lite
Dates Read: Aug 29-31, 2015
Official Blurb: Dominating a powerful man isn’t easy…

Sometimes corporal punishment is needed

Kade Thompson is sick and tired of working sixty-plus hours a week. After all, he’s only an accountant, not a surgeon. For many he’s considered powerful and a sought-after catch, yet he hasn’t obtained all he hungers for. However, earning a six-figure income has allowed him to indulge in his every desire, including toys and rather kinky bouts of sin. He also enjoys an on-again, off-again push-and-shove relationship with his boss, Trevor Willis. While the sex is passionate, he craves being dominated by the six foot six god, but Trevor doesn’t seem interested. Tired of playing games, he’s ready to break off their relationship until an invitation to meet for a drink at The Peeping Hole-a mysterious and very exclusive club-has him more than curious.

When he finds out the club offers every aspect of kink, he’s breathless with excitement. As Kade waits for Trevor’s arrival, he’s given an offer he can’t refuse and one that might sate his every craving-if he will submit to the man behind the mask. Unfortunately what goes on behind the hallowed doors is required to stay a sensuous mystery. But can they keep up their end of the bargain and one forged in a touch of black magic? Only Alexander knows. Ssshhh… No peeping.

I am Alexander-a teacher, a scoundrel, a voyeur and a true entrepreneur. In my world there’s little left to the imagination. That is if you dare to taste what only I can offer. Welcome to The Peeping Hole, where every fantasy you’ve ever desired will come true. Leave your inhibitions at the door and join us. But you must remember, whatever happens here stays here, and trust me, I will know…

I expected a lot from this one. Such a scathingly hot blurb! Unfortunately, it fell short of my expectations.

Kade sounds like an awesome guy with a hot relationship with Trevor that just needs a little more kink. But actually, Kade wants more of a connection.... and he gets more kink? And even then, only sort of. Trevor never makes it clear to Kade that he wants to play his little sub games, but then tells him that’s he’s been training to be his master all along! Not very promising, I think. And then it had seemed that Kade just wanted to enjoy being a sub, but instead is being setup to be Travor’s slave?! You know it could have started getting good and hot there, with a touch of dub con. But again, nothing nearly so interesting. Kade has to be trained by a stranger, who really seems like he’s just playing with him, not training. Then before you know it, it’s over, and a bit forgettable.

Received via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

Rating: 2 stars

Tuesday, September 15, 2015


I'm sure a lot of us download free romance novels to read because there are SO very many of them out there. And then the little guys breed like rabbits in our eReaders. Why don't we share our reviews/impressions so we can find the best ones to read?

1. Read a free romance book (this was started for legally free eBooks, but you can count anything gifted, borrowed, ARC, etc!)
2. Review it on your blog. If you can and it's still available, share the link to the free book.
3. Link back here by using the code below.
4. Leave your link to the specific blog post (NOT your main site) in a comment on the recent week's TF post or via the linky.
5. Delight in reading reviews by real people who's likes/dislikes you can compare to and thus find a romance you most likely will enjoy :D


Author: Sam J.D. Hunt -
Format: Kindle ebook. Free at the time on amazon
Did it feel like a full novel: maybe a full novella
Cliffhanger: no
Genre: romance, erotica, pirates
Dates Read: Sept 1-2, 2015
Official Blurb: A dark pirate seeking redemption,

A lady seeking a way out,

Two lovers from different worlds fall in DEEP.

Through space and time, a Master pirate, Henry Morgan, captures Charlotte Smith and teaches her release through submission; his darkly erotic sensuality sets her free in ways she never could have dreamed.

Charlotte dreams of a life in the Caribbean during the Golden Age of Piracy, but when Captain Henry Morgan captures her on the beach one morning, her dreams and the reality of life with her troubled husband merge, crossing over into a suspenseful erotic adventure that changes all of their lives.

Captured by pirates, but she enjoyed it more than I expected from the beginning.

So yes, this is a captured fantasy-type story. But Charlotte was pretty into it from the beginning. Which has its upsides, I’m not into pure non-con. But at the same time... what’s the point of her being captured against her will if she’s OK with Henry doing all this stuff to her while threatening to kill her once he’s done? At least him I could see change from his initial thoughts to liking Charlotte and treating her differently. But she had nowhere to go for relationship development really.

The side characters were a little flat, even darling Scout (though he was my favorite) alas. The MFM scene wasn’t as good as it could have been, if only because the second fellow was so hurriedly introduced. The way the story switched over to... reality? Another dream? That was a bit awkward, especially how it all resolved. The sex was quite sexy in spite of this, so that’s a good reason to enjoy this short novel. 

Rating: 3 stars

Saturday, September 12, 2015

MEME - Stacking the Shelves - 09-12-15 #010

Found a couple this week, but I'm proud to be controlling my downloading addiction a bit better. Very curious mainly about The Extra being as it deals with a guy who doesn't sound that alpha-ish, which is not my norm. And it's the first romance novel I've gotten with a male author, so I'm quite curious as to the style in comparison to the many female authors I've read. What did you guys find this week that sounds good?

Won in Goodreads Giveaway


Wednesday, September 9, 2015

BOOK REVIEW - His Human Omega (#1)


Author: Kady Stewart - 
Format: kindle ebook (free on amazon at the time) 
Did it feel like a full novel: no
Cliffhanger: yes; serial book
Genre: erotica, m/m, abduction, werewolves, non-con romance
Dates Read: Aug 29-30, 2015
Official Blurb: Jace is eighteen and handsome, but socially awkward and fearful. His constant anxiety and obsession with werewolves doesn’t win him many friends - but it doesn't deter a stalker. 

Gavin is the son of the only werewolf slaver in the States, and when he reaches thirty, lonely and unmated, he decides that if he cannot find a companion, he'll make one, instead. From the moment he first sees Jace he knows that no other human will do - but when he takes the boy from his home, it sparks a series of events that neither of them could have ever anticipated. 

Short first part, captured slave youth fantasy is sexy, but rushed.

Downloaded this as I’ve recently been on a darker kick. This isn’t super dark, but it does deal with abduction and coercion (thus, equaling non-consent, not dub-consent). The set up deals with Gavin’s family of werewolves havng a thriving business with human sex slaves. But it seems they’re all tortured to the point of no longer having identities and being pretty broken. Gavin doesn’t want that, so he tries to make a sensual companion out of Jace. In a nutshell, it’s a fantasy, being that we’re expected to believe that in this situation, Jace will care for Gavin in the end. And even though it’s a fantasy, it’s not that brutal, so actually fascinating.

I enjoyed learning about Jace and his POV was very good to form his character. Gavin’s is a little less detailed, so you think he’s nice enough (despite this family business), but you’re not quite sure. If you’re looking for just sex, there’s a wee bit, but certainly the foreplay parts and then a rough BJ later count. There’s not more than a few mentions of the werewolf-ism, which I can only hope will lead to the hinted-at kink later. There are parts where the actions and feelings are very detailed, then the writing kinda zips through something sexy when it would not have hurt to meander through a little.

I’m giving this a higher rating because I enjoyed the flow of this Stockholm’s syndrome ‘romance’. It’s not realistically ugly like other books meant to shock, this is meant to sound sweet. I am very curious about the rest of the series just to find out what happens in the end, but I don’t feel the price is worth it because each other part seems shorter than the first. Definitely putting on my wishlist in case the price drops a bit though, then I’ll snatch it up!

Rating: 4 stars

Tuesday, September 8, 2015


I'm sure a lot of us download free romance novels to read because there are SO very many of them out there. And then the little guys breed like rabbits in our eReaders. Why don't we share our reviews/impressions so we can find the best ones to read?

1. Read a free romance book (this was started for legally free eBooks, but you can count anything gifted, borrowed, ARC, etc!)
2. Review it on your blog. If you can and it's still available, share the link to the free book.
3. Link back here by using the code below.
4. Leave your link to the specific blog post (NOT your main site) in a comment on the recent week's TF post or via the linky.
5. Delight in reading reviews by real people who's likes/dislikes you can compare to and thus find a romance you most likely will enjoy :D


Author: Selena Kitt -
Format: kindle eBook (free at the time on amazon
Did it feel like a full novel: yes
Cliffhanger: no
Genre: erotica, fantasy, parody, f/f
Dates Read: Aug 4-27, 2015
Official Blurb: Settle yourself in for a wicked bed time story, a hot, wild ride through nursery rhymes like you've never heard them before. 

Set in a fantastical world where the privileged few own and raise pleasure servants like beloved pets, Mother herself is the star of the show, wielding a riding crop and taking care of and training her charges with a firm and skillful hand. 

But where has Father Goose wandered off to, and who will take Mother in hand when she ventures too far?

Super kinky, with a bit of plot to keep it going.

This was not what I was expecting. The plot was heavily based in fantasy BDSM (the type where the characters go from “No, please!” to a quick “More, please!”) with Mother Goose having the run of the charges in her household. Forced orgasms, oral with male or female, sexual punishment, lots of stuff in general. The Simon Says game was hot, I’m not gonna lie. The plot was a little vague, just enough to keep the chapters fresh though they repeated similar scenarios, though the end seemed far-fetched, even when compared to the rest of this story. But if you want to read this for the naughtiness, then you don’t need a heavy plot. But for just a naughty book, you’ll get plenty of imaginative erotica in each chapter! I do wish there’d been a flashback of Blue though, considering how he’s been there a long time and very dedicated to Mother, compared to the other characters who don’t seem that ready to obey yet. 

Rating: 4 stars

Monday, September 7, 2015

September: The Space/Future Month! [also MEME - Musing Mondays]

Greetings readers!

I've been trying to have some kind of cohesion to my reading, but really, I just pick something that looks interesting on my kindle list and go for it. And, whether it be a good (never bored) or bad (zillion 'in progress' reads) thing, I switch around and take longer than expected to finish too many books. I think that's why I have over 15 books on my Currently Reading list, eesh. So I mentioned on my latest STS post that I should try to maintain my reading to four categories, though I may not be able to only do just one each, it should help:

1. review request/Net Galley
2. Tuesday Flirtations
3. for fun
4. physical book

But I was thinking that I should add a fifth, though if it works into the others, that's cool too. A monthly theme, really. Therefore, September's shall be a space/future theme!

Gorgeous, isn't it? Four reasons for why:

First, I just finished The Martian, and I'm a mood for similar stuff. Woo Mars!

Second, on Sept 23, 1846, the planet Neptune was discovered. Lovely sapphire color!

Third, on Sept 23, 1962, "The Jetsons" premiered. Super cool optimistic future things, but harsh when you consider the reason they lived up so high was to get away from the pollution, eep!

Fourth, on Sept 8, 1966, Star Trek the Original Series premiered. Thank you Great Bird of the Galaxy for giving us so much to look forward to!

So there ya go! Now I feel more organized to try my hand at a Musing Mondays post!

I’m currently reading…
(per new category system)

1. review request/Net Galley - Chaos Company
2. Tuesday Flirtations - Torrid 1, Captive in the Dark
3. for fun/next in series - ?
4. physical book - In the Hand of the Goddess
5. Space/Future theme - Traitor

Up next I think I’ll read…
Abducted to Love
Silent Invasion
A Princess of Mars
Fates Divided

I bought the following book(s) in the past week…

I’m super excited to tell you about (book/author/bookish-news)…
Can't wait to to review on The Martian!

I’m really upset by (book/author/bookish-news)…
Nothing this week.

I can’t wait to get a copy of…
Anything on my TBR list. But hoping to get maybe something with a sub Alpha male. I kinda want to keep writing my story of such a guy a little further along first though. I'd like to see where I go without fear of subconsciously copying someone else.

I wish I could read ___, but…
More things! I don't know if I'll be able to handle all this stuff in September!

I blogged about ____ this past week…
Just reviews :/ I need to force inspiration for more discussion posts, I think. Hmm.

As a side note, that space nebula is a pic of the Tarantula nebula in case you're curious :] 

Saturday, September 5, 2015

CHALLENGE - Spooky September Challenge - Day 5 [Parajunkee]

How do you do this?
It’s really simple. you do this however you want. You post, using the post-prompt and if you want to share your post, come back here and link it up in the linky list I will post each day. Even if you don’t have a blog, you can post on Facebook or other social media outlets and link back. It’s up to you. The challenge begins September 1st and lasts six days.


In no specific order:

Evil toothfairy who attacks when the lights are out? OMG, talk about combining your fears. 

Caves. No escape. Cave ins. Monsters. And the dark. NOPENOPENOPE.

The ambiance of this film freaked me out so badly! 

The thought of being trapped in this room is horrible. It will mess you up based on your own fears and inner thoughts.

I used to pride myself on never gasping or screaming in the theater during a scary film. There was one scene in here where the tension was so thick I couldn't help but do a mix of both at the concluding jump scare of the setup. 

There are parts that make this feel campy, but the real creepy part is just how people's fear and suffering was recorded I think. It really rather unsettled me. 

MEME - Stacking the Shelves - 09-05-15 #009

This was not a heavy week, which I'm thankful of. Really not getting through my giant collection of eBooks, nor my physical shelves. Trying to make more time to just read rather than just 'when I can'. Also trying to force a system of four main books: one that is a review request (via Net Galley or author), one for Tuesday Flirtations, one for fun/diversion (mainly like sequels), and one physical book. Let's see how well I can keep to this! Ended up reading Deep already as it was a decently short read, heh. Anyway, here's that big ones for this week:

From Net Galley:



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