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100 Pages A Day...Stephanie's Book Reviews

I absolutely love historical fiction and read a lot of it; I love to learn history this way.  I also enjoy reading science fiction, fantasy, horror, thriller and non-fiction science.

January Wrap-Up

 

Another great reading month for me!  I read 18 books including one children's book and one short story anthology.  Here's the rundown:

 

Amaskan's Blood by Raven Oak: An epic fantasy with a kick-ass heroine. Review.

 

Lies A River Deep by Vera Jane Cook: Literary fiction with small town secrets. Review. 

 

Evil Imminent by Maryann Weston: A short-horror-story anthology. Review. 

 

The Towers of Tuscany by Carol M. Cram: Historical fiction about a woman painter in 14th century Tuscany. Review. 

 

Awaking by Madeline Freeman: A young-adult paranormal adventure with superpowers. Review. 

 

Draw-A-Saurus by James Silvani: Drawing, dinosaurs and humor. Review. 

 

Grave Mercy by Robin LeFevers: Historical Fiction with a twist of the paranormal and assassin nuns. Review.

 

Wildalone by Krassi Zourkova: Paranormal romance for grown-up fans of Twilight. Review. 

 

A Pair of Docks by Jennifer Ellis: Young Adult time travel and witches. Review.

 

Sleeping Beauty and the Beast by Melissa Lemon: Two fairy tale re-tellings combined into one. Review.

 

Honey the Dixie Dingo Dog by Allen Paul:  Middle Grade for dog lovers. Review.

 

Puckster's Christmas Hockey Tournament by Lorna Schultz Nicholson: Children's book for Hockey Fans. Review. 

 

Nothing Left Sacred by Daniel Diehl: Historical Fiction of Henry VIII. Review. 

 

Purenet by H.J. Lawson: YA Dystopian and Science Fiction. Review. 

 

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Anne Shaffer and Annie Barrows: Historical fiction in post-WWII England. Review. 

 

Shadow on the Highway by Deborah Swift: Historical fiction of the Highwaywoman during England's civil war. Review. 

 

City of Liars of Thieves by Eve Karlin: Historical mystery based on a real crime in 19th century NYC. Review. 

 

How Do You Know? by Meredith Schorr: Chick-Lit romance about finding love at 40. Review. 

 

Sooo many favorites this month:

Amaskan's Blood

Grave Mercy

Wildalone

A Pair of Docks

Sleeping Beauty and the Beast

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

Shadow on the Highway 

City of Liars and Thieves

 

Not So Favorites:

Purenet

Nothing Left Sacred

Awaking

 

I also have been on track with reading books already on my TBR both physical and e-books- 7 books this month from the TBR pile!