Immersive, Terrifying and Completely Obsess-able!

The Sins of the PastBy: Eric Butler5 stars This book…. this book! Incredibly well crafted, well researched, immersive and thoroughly obsess-able! I’m going to start by saying that I love the Victorian Era! The clothing, the customs, architecture, and the fascination with spiritualism. I’m choosy when it comes to books in this era because, if not researched well, they can be a mess. Eric Butler weaved a perfect tale that sucks you in, holds on and won’t let go! The main character, Ephriam, is searching for the truth regarding the disappearance of his wife and son. After no luck, he … Continue reading Immersive, Terrifying and Completely Obsess-able!

Anxiety Inducing, Gripping and Terrifying…

This is an honest review in exchange for the first two parts of Adria Carmichael’s YA dystopian series, Juche. Before publication, these 2 parts will appear as book 1 of the series. 5 Stars This book, to me, seemed VERY well researched and believable. Areum, just hours after a life-changing decision, becomes a member of the National Gymnastics team for the government of Choson. After celebrating with her friend, she comes home to secret police in her house and her mom and sister frantically packing whatever belongings they can carry. Her father is not on a business trip, as believed, … Continue reading Anxiety Inducing, Gripping and Terrifying…