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Review: The Fire Raven by Alex Owumi

32467719The Synopsis:

Raven Winter is known as the world’s most dangerous assassin. She comes from a family of assassins and killing has been her expertise for years. The Recruitment Agency is her main employer and for many years they have sent her on missions all over the world to kill some of the most dangerous people known to man. Not knowing much of her past, she only knows the life the agency has taught her, but as she gets older she wants to know more about events and people from her past.
One mission, a mission she thought was just another routine job turns into a mission that opens up a door from her past. With this one mission, she realizes that what she was once taught about her past wasn’t true and her life up to this point has been a lie. But on this day she has opened up a door that she can’t turn around and walk out of. It has caused her to dig deep into her past, and to reveal her past she has to love, lie and kill.

 

My Review:

If you love Mystery/Suspense novels that borderline the New Adult genre this book is for you! Alex Owumi’s writing is written in extreme detail right down to every step taken by the each character.

The main character Raven is an assassin and I would also say she is a master seductress. She’s the best in the agency she works for, but soon she is given a mission that will turn her upside down. Right along with Raven you won’t know who to trust and you won’t see what’s coming next.

The ending really got me. It was the perfect ending to draw you in and want to know what happens next. Luckily there is a second and third novel to continue this story. ;]

If you’d like to learn more about this series and its author check out this post New Release/Author Interview:The Fire Raven

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Review: Bloodline (Spellbound Chronicles) by S.E. Maguire

35530979The Synopsis:

A dark mass slowly descended out of the star strewn sky and hovered menacingly above twenty-three and a half Vulcan Mews, Doncaster, the home of the unsuspecting Gorry family.

Two figures sauntered into view, their footsteps crunching on the gravel. They stopped across from the Gorry house and stared hard at the spectre on the roof. Almost immediately the air began to crackle with electricity. Caught in the electrical current and unable to sustain its shape or position a moment longer the black mass angrily began to disperse.

The watchers braced themselves for they knew what was to come; then moved on.

 

The Review:

Larna has been having nightmares, about things she starts to see in real life. Could they possibly not be part of her imagination? You must read to find out.

This book is part of the Middle Grade genre, but I think YA readers could still enjoy it. I did! It has quite a bit of action and time travel and you could even read it to your child! There is death so maybe smaller children shouldn’t read it, but it’s no worse than Mafusa’s death in The Lion King. So not that bad. ;]

There is lots of fantastical things and creatures in this story. Like witches,wizards,warlocks,fairys,talking animals and even part humans part animals!

Of course it’s full of lots and lots of magic! So if your a fan of young fantasy, time traveling adventures, magic and fairy tale like creatures this is for you! I enjoyed it so much I read it in one day!

 

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Review: Noelle By: Greg Kincaid

34181936The Synopsis:

From the New York Times bestselling author of A Dog Named Christmas comes this heartwarming Christmas story about the power of family and the strength and love that comes from our pets.
In this installment of the poignant stories of the McCray family and their lovable canines in rural Kansas, matriarch Mary Ann McCray is determined to shake up Christmas by accepting the role as Crossing Trail’s first woman Santa Claus. Mary Ann, always a bit of a rebel, is looking to offer a more progressive voice in the staunchly conservative town at Christmastime and has a few ideas up her red velvet sleeves.

 

My Review:

If you are looking for a heartwarming Christmas stories for the season, you will  love this book. I haven’t read the previous books in the series, but I think this book could definitely be read as a standalone. I’ve seen the Hallmark movie based off the first book A Dog Named Christmas and there is a few characters from that in this,but years later.

This story does confront real life problems such as divorce and alcoholism and how it  effects the families involved. But it’s mostly heartwarming thanks to this little odd ball pup named Noelle.

This story did jump Point of Views a lot there was about ten main characters and you see the their story in their words at least once from each one of them. All the characters know each other one way or another though and their stories end up entwining with each other and of course Noelle.

 

Photo of Greg KincaidAbout The Author:

GREG KINCAID, when not writing, is a practicing lawyer, specializing in divorce and family law mediation. He lives on a farm in eastern Kansas with his wife, three horses, two dogs, and two cats.

Here is a link to Greg Kincaid website if you’d like to know more about him and his other books!

 

 

I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.

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What Are You Reading Wednesday! 11/22

 

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A Meme Hosted by:
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The idea is that each week all of us book bloggers can write a post where we talk about the book or books we are reading for the week – and yes if you are still reading the same book for a few weeks in a row that is totally fine.  Just be sure to include the answers to the five questions for What are you reading Wednesday in your post.  Then hop over to one of the host sites and share your link!
Of course, this will be even more fun if you leave the host a comment, and then jump around to another post or two, or five, and gush with them!
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Be sure to go to MarissaWrites page and add your What Are You Reading Wednesday post to her list so everyone can see it HERE!

My Current Reads:

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I’m still reading Masked. Unfortunately I haven’t picked it up since last Wednesday. I decided to join a 40 day Harry Potter readahton of all things and try to read all 7 books in 40 days. haha. It’s day 7 and I just started Prisoner of Azkaban

 

  1. Why did you decide to pick up this book – cover or content?
    I was on MC Frank’s street team for her Dystopian Trilogy No Ordinary Star and also read her contemporary book,Lose Me and loved it! So when the opportunity aroused to read and review Ruined I just had to! Plus it sounded great! AND that cover!
  2. Who is your favorite character so far, and why?
    Definitely the Duke. He’s so dreamy and dark. haha.
  3. Will you finish this one?
    Plan to today.
  4. Finish the sentence:  This book reminds me of… (other books, movies, tv shows…)
    Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. I don’t know why it just does. I guess because of the classicness and the characters. There’s no zombies in Ruined though. ha
  5. What type of read is this one? (slow but interesting, cannot put it down,…)
    It keeps a pretty steady pace the whole time.

    To join in on this fun meme, I tag everyone who is reading this!
    Be sure to spread the word of this awesome new meme!

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New Release/Author Interview:The Fire Raven

The NEW RELEASE (Book Three):

The Fire Raven: The Winter Vendetta by [Owumi, Alex]After Raven witnessed the tragic deaths of her father and brother, she finds herself in an unfamiliar place. She has gone from being the hunter to being the hunted, and knows she can’t run forever, but quite frankly she doesn’t even want to run. All she knows is she needs to get away, in order to come back and seek the ultimate revenge for her family. With her back against the wall and feeling more vulnerable than she ever has, she knows this task cannot be done without some type of support. After some time, she finally finds that support from family to hopefully help her take down the leader who shattered her life when she had just got it back. She has no boundaries, nothing will stop her from killing unless she dies first. Raven knows this must be done, there is no turning back, and this could go one of two ways. Will Raven live or die?

Book Two:

The Fire Raven: Welcome To Winter by [Owumi, Alex]

The Fire Raven: Welcome To Winter

The journey to unlock her past has been a tough one for Raven. The search has taken her all over the world with people she never knew existed and committing crimes she never thought she was capable of. The road has been difficult and quite confusing for Raven but her main focus is to unlock her past at all cost. As she finds out more and more about her family and the love ones she has lost, she discovers that the one person missing from her life for the past ten years, her father all of a sudden finds his way back to her.
But as she wants answers about her past, her family wants her to switch her focus to something more important. They convince her to focus on the family business and join them in their venture to overtake the agency from the most dangerous people in the world.

Book One:

The Fire Raven by [Owumi, Alex]

The Fire Raven

Raven Winter is known as the world’s most dangerous assassin. She comes from a family of assassins and killing has been her expertise for years. The Recruitment Agency is her main employer and for many years they have sent her on missions all over the world to kill some of the most dangerous people known to man. Not knowing much of her past, she only knows the life the agency has taught her, but as she gets older she wants to know more about events and people from her past.
One mission, a mission she thought was just another routine job turns into a mission that opens up a door from her past. With this one mission, she realizes that what she was once taught about her past wasn’t true and her life up to this point has been a lie. But on this day she has opened up a door that she can’t turn around and walk out of. It has caused her to dig deep into her past, and to reveal her past she has to love, lie and kill.

About The Author:

An image posted by the author.Alex Owumi was born in Lagos Nigeria, and moved to the United States at the age of eleven. He is the best-selling author of QADDAFI’S POINT GUARD: The incredible story of a professional basketball player trapped in Libya’s civil war which was an international bestseller. His debut novel ‘The Fire Raven’ had a top five debut on the Amazon bestseller list under Thriller/Suspense. He is also a professional basketball player in Europe and currently is playing in the British Basketball League.

Author Q&A:

  1. What inspired the idea of the Fire Raven Trilogy?
    The Fire Raven came from a imaginary story from my childhood in Nigeria. I’ve always been in love with suspense and thrillers and knew I would turn it into a book when I got older. 
  2. Why did you make Raven an assassin?
    I made Raven an assassin because I love writing about female protagonist. I wanted her to be a bad-ass individual.
  3. Was it difficult to write about a female?
    I think it was a little difficult to write about a female. I really had to focus on putting myself in her shoes. 
  4. Is there any personal experiences from your life in the Raven Fire series?
    Raven travels through towns that I have visited in England. I put specifics on certain places that I have been to.
  5. Why did you decide to become a writer?
    I decided to become a writer because I loved to tell stories as a child. I wanted to make sure I brought them to life as an adult. 
  6. What advice do you have for new writers?
    My advice for new writers is to be confident in your writing. Keep writing because practice makes perfect. Don’t worry about people not liking your work just focus on being the best writer you can be. 

 

Purchase Links:
Book Three – Winter Vendetta

Book Two – Welcome Winter

Book One – The Fire Raven

All FREE on Kindle Unlimited, 99 cents otherwise, Paperbacks also available!

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#UncriticalDecember – Bookstagram Challenge and Giveaway!

Hello Everyone!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year so let’s celebrate with another bookish challenge for the Bookstagram community!

Again this month, I will be including a giveaway for a book of your choice from Book Depository valuing at $10 (USD)

Each day you guys do a prompt enters your name to win the giveaway! Rules will be on my Instagram post on Critic_Uncritical_Bookworm

I am so very excited! I hope you all will join in! I think the prompts will be alot of fun for all bookworms!

Below I will explain each prompt in detail just encase you guys don’t understand one!

Also to make it a little easier on you busy bookworms on the weekends there is just one prompt that you can either do on both days or just on one day that weekend.

Have fun and good luck! ❤

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1. December TBR – Show us what you plan to read this month!
2. Cozy – Make your photo cozy! Had a sweater or scarf or gloves or even socks. Some Hot Chocolate could warm things up too!
3.Fandom Day – Let’s see any fandom you’d like! Examples: Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, Doctor Who, Supernatural, The Walking Dead, Marvel, DC
4.Penguins – Add some penguins to your photo! I love penguins, I hope you do too!
5.Naughty or Nice – Are you Naughty or Nice? Show us some Good and/or Bad characters or books!
6.Ornaments – Let’s see those holiday ornaments!
7.#behindthebookstagrammer – You don’t have to, but it’s fun to take a photo with you in it and then answer these questions in your caption!
Nickname:
Dreamjob:
A Month:
Eye Color:
Hair Color:
Lucky Number:
Favorite Subject:
Favorite Color:
Favorite Food:
A Word:
Day or Night:
Relationship Status:
Idol:
What Would You Do With A Million Dollars?
8. Weekend 1 –
9. Socks – *Remember you can do weekend prompts on either Saturday or Sunday or both!

10.Candles – Let’s see those bookish or non-bookish candles!
11.Snowflakes – Add some snowflakes to your photo! Real or Fake!
12.Candycane – Add candycanes or red and white books or both!
13.#booksnotbullies-Blue Books
14.Gifts – Let’s see some real gifts,mini gifts, any gifts! Maybe take a photo under or by your tree.
15.#bookishtree – There’s a few ways you can make one, look at the hashtag for examples.
16.Weekend 2 –
17. Holiday Cards – *Remember you can do weekend prompts on either Saturday or Sunday or both!
18.Bake Cookies Day – Bake or buy cookies and lets see them!
19.#ChristmasLights – Lets see those lights! Indoors,Outdoors, maybe put your book in your tree!
20.#UglySweater – Wear or just lay those ugly sweaters in your photo! You could even wrap your book in one!
21.First Day of Winter – Game of Thrones – Show your Game of Thrones pride!
22.Harry Potter – Now it’s time for your Harry Potter pride!
23.Weekend 3 –
24.Holiday Bookmarks – 
*Remember you can do weekend prompts on either Saturday or Sunday or both!
25. Christmas – Happy Holidays do what you want! I hope you have a great day!
26.Most Disappointing Read of 2017 – Lets see them! Hopefully there wasn’t any. ha!
27.Favorite Bookish Items of 2017 – Did you get any amazing bookmarks or bookish candles this year? Lets see them!
28.Favorite Books of 2017 – Can you only pick one?
29.Last Read of 2017-What are you currently reading? What book do you think you’re going to finish?
30.#2017BookHaul – Get those stacks ready or get creative lets see ALL the books you’ve bought and received this year!
31.#2017WrapUp – Now let’s see ALL of the books you’ve read this year! Can you make a pyramid!?

Happy Holidays and I hope you all have a Happy New Year as well!

If you have any questions or thoughts feel free to comment below! I’d love to hear them! I hope to see your photos under #UncriticalDecember! 😉
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What Are You Reading Wednesday!

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A Meme Hosted by:
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The idea is that each week all of us book bloggers can write a post where we talk about the book or books we are reading for the week – and yes if you are still reading the same book for a few weeks in a row that is totally fine.  Just be sure to include the answers to the five questions for What are you reading Wednesday in your post.  Then hop over to one of the host sites and share your link!
Of course, this will be even more fun if you leave the host a comment, and then jump around to another post or two, or five, and gush with them!
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Be sure to go to MarissaWrites page and add your What Are You Reading Wednesday post to her list so everyone can see it HERE!

 

My Current Reads:

  1. Why did you decide to pick up this book – cover or content?
    Ruined – I was on MC Frank’s streer team for her Dystopian Trilogy No Ordinary Star and also read her contemporary book,Lose Me and loved it! So when the opportunity aroused to read and review Ruined I just had to! Plus it sounded great!
  2. Who is your favorite character so far, and why?
    Masked- I’m on page 170 now and some of the supers got agents. I’m really liking them! They are both so funny.
  3. Will you finish this one?
    Yup, I rarely DNF books.
  4. Finish the sentence:  This book reminds me of… (other books, movies, tv shows…)
    Well Ruined is a Jane Eyre retelling, but I haven’t read Jane Eyre, buut I’m definitely feeling the classic vibe written into it. Even though it’s a retelling it’s still set in the correct time period.
  5. What type of read is this one? (slow but interesting, cannot put it down,…)
    Masked- it’s page 170 and I’m hoping that this book picks up speed soon. They did just do their first “mission” so maybe it will.
    The previous pages basically was introducing the characters and their powers. It’s still interesting though. 

    To join in on this fun meme, I tag:
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Review: Wolfbane by: F.D. Gross

 

32390281The Synopsis: 

Sixteen years have passed since the death of Lord Egleaseon, the vampire lord who sought to be human again, defeated by the famous noble lord, Wolfgang. One day after cleansing the surrounding countryside of vampires, Wolfgang returns from his latest expedition only to be faced with the horrible reality that everything he held dear to his heart has been taken from him. His wife is dead, his home is burned, and his son is nowhere to be found. Only the smallest inclination leads him to believe his orphaned servant is somehow responsible. He is desperate and provoked, and will do anything to get his son back, even if it means journeying the path of darkness. Thus begins the story of Wolfgang.

My Review:

I love vampire movies and books even if they are being slayed sometimes. This book had me from the start. It got right to the point and it’s pretty much non-stop action till the end. Seriously! I’ve never seen so much action in one book. You hear and see all the battles from the Main Characters, Wolfgang’s point of view and sometimes even feel his emotions.

 

You really feel for Wolfgang for his loss. I also really liked the other characters. Good and bad. At first you don’t know who to trust, but they still have some awesome personalities and some a little crazy. On Wolfgang’s journey there is plenty of vampires of course and monsters and supernatural beings!

I definitely got some Van Helsing vibes from Wolfgang. If your a fan of paranormal,vampires and epic fantasy I recommend this book to you! I can’t wait to see what Wolfgang does in his next journey!

About The Author:

F.D. GrossWebsite Here!
A prolific writer of fantasy, supernatural, and horror, Frank has been writing for years, ever since the age of twelve. Having written numerous short stories and novels, his meanderings in the literary world has finally led him to present his debut novel, Wolfgang, a tale of dark mystery and human struggle. It touches on the capabilities of humanity and how far love will push one’s soul, even to the brink of self-destruction.
​Frank studied at Florida Atlantic University where he received his bachelors degree in English and is currently working on book two of the Wolfgang Chronicles – Inquisition.
A prolific writer of fantasy, supernatural, and horror, Frank has been writing for years, ever since the age of twelve. Having written numerous short stories and novels, his meanderings in the literary world has finally led him to present his debut novel, Wolfgang, a tale of dark mystery and human struggle. It touches on the capabilities of humanity and how far love will push one’s soul, even to the brink of self-destruction.
​Frank studied at Florida Atlantic University where he received his bachelors degree in English and is currently working on book two of the Wolfgang Chronicles – Inquisition.
A prolific writer of fantasy, supernatural, and horror, Frank has been writing for years, ever since the age of twelve. Having written numerous short stories and novels, his meanderings in the literary world has finally led him to present his debut novel, Wolfgang, a tale of dark mystery and human struggle. It touches on the capabilities of humanity and how far love will push one’s soul, even to the brink of self-destruction.

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Rosemarked Blitz and Giveaway!

 

Hello everyone! Here is a special post from Livia Blackburne, author of Rosemarked! I loved her book so much and you can check out my review here: Review: Rosemarked by Livia Blackburne

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Hi Everyone!

This is Livia Blackburne, and I’m thrilled to share ROSEMARKED with you at long last. There are a lot of elements to this book, including a love story, a spy story, reflections on trauma and mortality, medical ethics, and political intrigue.  Perhaps because of this, my research for the book was equally eclectic, from archery and stick fighting lessons, to chats with memory researchers and soldiers, and lots and lots of reading, including books about leper colonies, hospice care, and PTSD. Hopefully, I wove it all into an entertaining and thought-provoking story!

This story centers on Zivah, a talented healer with an incurable illness, and Dineas, a traumatized soldier. The two couldn’t be more different, and I had a lot of fun writing their unlikely love story.  In order to work together, they both have to let go of their own prejudices and preconceptions. It’s a painful process, with fights and misunderstandings, anger, laughter and tears, but in the end, they both come out as stronger people.

To celebrate the ROSEMARKED release, I’m offering 3 lucky winners a ROSEMARKED swag pack, which includes a copy of ROSEMARKED and a signed bookplate! Due to sweepstakes laws, entrants must be 18 years or older to participate. Best of luck, and happy reading!

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The first in a duology, ROSEMARKED (Hyperion | On Sale November 7, 2017) by New York Times bestselling author Livia Blackburne follows a healer and a solider on a high-stakes mission to spy on the Empire to uncover a deadly secret. With sizzling chemistry and a heartrending ethical dilemma, this thrilling fantasy with nuanced characters will capture fans of An Ember in the Ashes and The Lumatere Chronicles.

 

New York Times best-selling author LIVIA BLACKBURNE has a PhD in neuroscience from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she conducted research on the neural correlates of reading. She still blogs on the intersection of writing and brain science, and she now lives in Los Angeles with her family. Livia is also the author of Midnight Thief, an Indies Introduce New Voices selection, and its sequel, Daughter of Dusk.

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ROSEMARKED by Livia Blackburne 

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Also by this author…

MIDNIGHT THIEF

New York Times Bestseller 2014

Indies Introduce New Voices Pick

2015 YALSA Teens’ Top Ten Nominee

Hardcover: Indiebound | Amazon Barnes and Noble | Book Depository

Ebook:  Kindle | Nook | Kobo | iBooks | Google Play

 DAUGHTER OF DUSK

Hardcover: Indiebound | Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Book Depository

Ebook: Kindle | Nook | iBooks | Google Kobo

 

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