zero world

Review: Zero World by Jason M. Hough

drey’s thoughts: The Plot: Assassin finds out mind-blowing truth while on the job, gets an unexpected ally, and then forgets it all. Undercover agent attempts to find secret behind enemy’s light-years-ahead technology, gets caught up in an assassination attempt, and learns mind-blowing truth. Drama and action overload ensues, liberally sprinkled with twists and turns, as[…]

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Review: Magic Shifts by Ilona Andrews

drey’s thoughts: Fans of Ilona Andrews’ Kate Daniels series have been wondering what’s next for Kate and her Beast Lord mate, Curran, after they broke from the Pack (and other stuff-that-happened-in-Magic Breaks). Where will they go? What will they do? Well, here’s Magic Shifts with some answers! The Plot: Life continues post-Pack, and as much[…]

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Spotlight: The Six by Mark Alpert

Sourcebooks Fire is celebrating one of their top spring titles, Mark Alpert’s The Six, with a book trailer – and more. Read on! Check out The Six‘s book trailer on YouTube: https://youtu.be/uJWK-K7RPis [divider] Read an Excerpt from The Six: Shannon rears back in her seat as if she’s been slapped. “And where are you going[…]

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Review: Day Shift by Charlaine Harris

drey’s thoughts: The Plot: Manfred Bernardo’s in the middle of a personal reading when his client drops dead. She leaves behind an unhinged son who’s accused Manfred of 1) killing her, and 2) stealing her jewelry. Before he knows it, Manfred’s buried in journalists, and worried it’s all going to kill his reputation. All of[…]

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Review: The Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson

[divider] drey’s thoughts: The Plot: A man finds out his wife is cheating on him, and ruminates while drunk, with a stranger, whether he should kill her for the betrayal. Yeah, not smart, but the stranger’s beautiful, makes a pretty compelling argument, and offers to help plan the perfect murder. Mostly because she’s beautiful. Anyway.[…]

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