Monday, 31 March 2014

Review for The Astounding Adventure of the Ancient Dragon by Jose Prendes

Hey All! I finished The Astounding Adventure of the Ancient Dragon from author Jose Prendes and here is the review for it.

Have you ever wondered what it would be like with Sherlock Holmes? Or how Watson and Holmes became such close friends? Mr. Prendes has written a perfectly detailed story of John Watson's earliest adventures  with Sherlock Holmes. Mixing together past and present Sherlock and Watson's to create outstanding and funny characters. This comedic and action packed adventure takes you on a ride into the past when John Watson first met Sherlock at Candlewood. A boarding school, When he first runs into Sherlock hes a bit taken back by him and his know it all persona and past. Soon he befriends this friendless know it all in something that is sure to have plenty of wise cracks and bickering. I highly recommend this novel to anyone that is a fan of anything Sherlock. Past or present.For now Trisha Signing off.

PS. I thing is the First in a Series. :D

Monday, 24 March 2014

Please don't tell my parents I'm a super villain by Richard Roberts

Hey All!! I just got done with Please don't tell my parents I'm a super villain and heres the review.

 Well what would you do if both your parents were superheros, Your best friends parents were superheros and you weren't? What would you do to fit in? Penelope Akk would do anything to be super like her parents. This is a wonderful coming of age book. It had the perfect dose of comedy and drama to it. I was very happy with this book, Mr Roberts really did an great job with this book. I highly recommend this book to anyone wanting something a little more then just a normal boring everyday coming of age story. I can't wait to read more from this author. :D

Wednesday, 19 March 2014

KIYA: Rise of a New Dynasty By Katie Hamstead

Hey all I recently read KIYA:Rise of a Dynasty by Katie Hamstead.

       What would you if your safety was slowly slipping away? If everyone you love is in danger and you are the only one that can stop it? This is the story of Naomi{Kiya}. A Hebrew woman turned queen. When you read these books you are seeing King Tuts birth and death through the eyes of his mother.
                                   This has a very interesting story line but it is nothing like the story of king Tut you read in history books or watched on the History channel.  From the eyes of his mother you see how young and strong he was, you see how he reacted to war and death and it makes his story so much more real but fair warning if you are like me and are a hard core history geek that expected his mother to be an Egyptian royal of the finest and that he was young and took his sister as a wife. This is a little bit different. Again Hebrew. His mother was Hebrew in this version. Now to get to the critical part of this review. I feel that maybe her timeline is a bit off.  As was her wording being a bit off. It still had a wonderful story line. But for now Trisha signing off.