Review: Jagdlied by Dolly Gray Landon

        Synopsis: This musically and graphically enriched chamber novel is an over-the-top black and blue comic extravaganza about the conspiratorial undoing of a teenage entitlement princess. The story throbs throughout with an undercurrent of apocalyptic motifs related to the extinction of art, fall of empire, and coming of the Antichrist. It is…

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Sherlock Holmes vs. Cthulhu – The Adventure of the Neural Psychoses by Lois H. Gresh (Guest Post)

Lois Gresh Guest Post Greetings! Today I am lucky enough to have Lois Gresh here to deliver a guest post all about her Sherlock/HP Lovecraft mash up series. Part two, The Adventure of the Neural Psychoses, came out this week so now is the perfect time to get everyone up to speed on what Lois’……

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In the Country We Love ~ Diane Guerrero

Rating: 4/5 While not poetic in the slightest, Guerrero’s story is incredibly important to read and published at an important time politically. Guerrero is emotionally honest as she processes her experience of having her parents deported when she was fourteen. Her grief manifested in different ways, from guilt, to anger, to sadness, to perfectionism, and

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The Deer King by Ben Spencer

Following the death of her father and brother, a girl runs away with a magic stone. This is an atmospheric and very well written fantasy novella, the only downside being it’s rather short and ends without much resolution. It really reads like the first third of a more substantial novel, but what’s here is nevertheless

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The Great Unexpected by Dan Mooney (Review)

15.08.2018 / Legend Press / Contemporary-Drama / Paperback / 288pp / 978-1787198852 Target Audience: Readers looking for a change of pace and a heartwarming read that challenges common perceptions. About The Great Unexpected “If you’re going to end it, you better make it big. No slipping off bridges, it’s undignified for men of our vintage.……

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Top Five Tuesday – Non-Fiction Books I Can’t Wait To Read Again

Welcome to #TopFiveTuesday here on Always Trust In Books. I am focusing on re-reads at the moment as I have been dying to get back to some great previous reads for both fiction and NF. This post is my non-fiction re-reads list for this year and there are some fantastic reads on here that I……

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Zero by Marc Elsberg (Short Review)

Sent To Me By Doubleday In Exchange For An Honest Review 12.07.2018 / DoubleDay (Penguin) / Sci-Fi / Hardback / 352pp / 9780857525550 Target Audience: Readers who enjoy techno-fear novels that explores the manipulative tendencies of social media and big data companies. High stakes thriller with plenty of edge and insights into the very near……

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Manga Review: Cardcaptor Sakura by CLAMP (Omnibus 1, Volume 1, 2, 3)

Cardcaptor Sakura by CLAMP Published By: Dark Horse Manga Publication Date: 2010  Genres: Manga, Fantasy Pages: 576 Rating:  Date Read: July 2018 Links: Goodreads Fourth grader Sakura Kinomoto finds a strange book in her father’s library — a book made by the wizard Clow to store dangerous … Continue reading →</a

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ELEMENTAL: How the Periodic Table Can Now Explain (Nearly) Everything By Tim James (Q&A)

Q&A with Tim James Welcome everyone to another fantastic non-fiction Q&A here on Always Trust In Books. I was ecstatic when I was allowed the opportunity to put some questions to Tim James, author of the outstanding ELEMENTAL: How the Periodic Table Can Now Explain (Nearly) Everything. I love the subject of the periodic table but……

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I Only Killed Him Once (LA Trilogy ) by Adam Christopher (Review)

10.07.2018 / Titan Books / Crime-Mystery / Paperback / 224pp / 978-1783296897 Target Audience: Readers who enjoy unique perspectives and creative crime stories. Those who would appreciate a science-fiction murder mystery set in a re-imagining of 1960s California. About I Only Killed Him Once Another Hollywood night, another job for electric-detective-turned-robotic-hitman Raymond Electromatic. The target……

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