Reading Wrap-Up

Hello and Happy Hump Day, we are almost to the weekend.  My post today is about October Wrap-up.  What did you read for the month of October?  What’s on your November book list?  I have several that I have requested from my library, but I’m still on the wait list of some of them.  By the way my October reading was way below my average of reading, hoping my November month will be better.

You can purchase Death Track HERE:

You can purchase American Predator HERE:

I hope that everyone has a great November and Happy reading everyone.

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My Review of

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Descent to Hell: How far would you go to rescue a loved one?

A man forced to enter mankind’s most feared territory … a child dragged into the underworld!
When Charlie Ward’s beloved niece is kidnapped by an atrocious demon he has to find the secret gateway into the one place every human wants to stay away from: Hell!
Armed only with courage and determination Charlie has to survive in a forbidding place filled with despair and anguish. He must face challenges no mortal should ever have to undergo that threaten to destroy his very soul.

I would like to thank the Fiction Care Review and the publishers for a ARC copy of this book for an honest review.

This is the first that I have read anything by this author I hope to find more of his books.

This very original and immersive story is a bit slow to start with but soon perked up and had me hooked.
It follows the descent to Hell that our hero Charlie has to undertake to get his beloved niece back.  I had my doubts that Charlie had something to do with the niece disappearance, but once I got into the book those doubts where gone.  So my questions is How far would you go to rescue someone you love?  If you looking for a great book then you might want to read this one.  I am rating this with 4 stars.

 

Monday

🌺 Hello

and welcome to my little corner, I haven’t done this post in a while.  But I have finished a few books this past week, so I thought I would share them with you.  And now on the post.

It’s an opportunity to visit and comment and er… add to your groaning TBR pile! So welcome in everyone. This meme started on J Kaye’s blog and then was hosted by Sheila from Book Journey. Sheila then passed it on to Kathryn here at The Book Date.  So I thought I would try it and see if I could keep up with it and share what I am reading and planning on reading.

What I read last week: 

Both of these were great books!

 You can purchase The Regret HERE:

You can purchase Death Track HERE:

What I am reading now: 

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You can purchase it HERE:

 Up next:  Leaving my options open.

Have a great week everyone.

 

I Can See The Lights – Cover Reveal

Welcome to the Cover Reveal of  I can See the Lights by Russ Litten

Blurb

The prose poems in I Can See The Lights are earthy and raw, but also incredibly sensitive. It’s pretty much guaranteed that more than one of them will bring you to tears. Characters are vividly brought to life, and stark but warm environments evoked in a down to earth, yet almost painterly manner by Russ Litten’s uncompromising voice.

Tales of home, of un-belonging, of strife at sea – of a northern city’s beating heart. Told in a mesmeric, stripped-down tone, this collection is a work of genius.

Nearly there….here’s a little about the Author…

thumbnail_russ-pic     Author Bio:

Russ Litten is the author of the novels Scream If You Want To Go FasterSwear DownKingdom and the short story collection We Know What We Are.

As one half of the electronic storytelling duo Cobby and Litten, he has released three spoken word/electronica albums My People Come From The SeaBoothferry and Pound Shop Communism.

He has written for TV, radio and film and has worked as a writer in residence at various prisons and youth offender units. I Can See The Lights is his first poetry collection. 

And here’s the Cover in all its glory ……

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