Tag: Dystopian

Weekly Roundup: October 22 – 28, 2016

Weekly Roundup: October 22 – 28, 2016

A snapshot of what we’ve read during the week commencing October 22, 2016. The romance genres this week included: Biker/MC; Contemporary; Dark; Dystopian; Paranormal and Suspense reads. Biker / MC Wolf’s Mate by Chantal Fernando Wind Dragons MC #5 Spice’s Rating: ★★ A disappointing installment in the Wind Dragons MC which has Spice bummed since it’s… Read more »

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Embracing Silence by N.J. Walters

Embracing Silence by N.J. Walters

I’m loving it as some of my favorite authors get the rights back to their old series from that publisher whose name we don’t speak! Embracing Silence was first released in 2009 and I was thrilled when I realized I had not read this series even though I powered through this authors Legacy Series way… Read more »

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Thicker Than Blood by Madeline Sheehan and Claire C. Riley

Thicker Than Blood by Madeline Sheehan and Claire C. Riley

Wow! Imagine you and your best friend have gone from suburbia to a supposed safe zone and separated from the rest of civilisation because of the threat of a deadly infection. Being shielded from the infected is the only benefit of being in this place they call Fredericksville. Gone are the mundane issues, their happy… Read more »

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Shadow Falling by Rebecca Zanetti

Shadow Falling by Rebecca Zanetti

  I loved the first book in the Scorpius Syndrome series, so I was thrilled to get an arc for Shadow Falling. The rich characters, build up of suspense and the dystopian style grit kept me just as entertained as I was when I read Mercury Striking. This series needs to be read in order,… Read more »

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The General’s Daughter by Heather Knight

The General’s Daughter by Heather Knight

The General’s Daughter is a quick paced story set within a section of a dystopian society ruled by an arrogant leader, General Balenchuk. He has a daughter, Isla and has turned her life into a privileged empty existence. She has become a virtual prisoner, paraded in society as his untouchable possession rather than his daughter…. Read more »

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When Nothing is All You’ve Got by Kirsty Dallas

When Nothing is All You’ve Got by Kirsty Dallas

A thought provoking dark story… Take a moment to look at the cover of this book. It didn’t catch my attention until I started to write my review. The imagery of the colourful butterfly against the monotone background was all I needed to get my thoughts flowing. I know so many covers incorporate a butterfly… Read more »

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