Review: Chewy Noh And The Fall Of The Mu-Dang by Tim Learn

Ratings: ☕ ☕ ☕ ☕ (4/5)



I received this book for free in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.

This review is a little difficult for me to write, because Chewy Noh and The Fall of the Mu-dang is one of those books you have a love/hate relationship with. Obviously, I am leaning towards love (hence the four coffee cups) and would recommend this book to anyone and everyone regardless of age. If you are looking for a light, humorous read that will bring out the inner child in you, this is the book to read.

The Writing: If I had to compare Tim Learn’s writing style I’d compare it with that of R. L. Stine—and as someone who is a huge fan of Mr. Stine that is a huge compliment coming from me. I think the biggest problem Continue reading

ARC Review: Chained (Cage of Lies #1) By Susanne Valenti

Ratings: ☕☕☕



I received this book for free in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.

Normally I’m very reluctant when it comes to reading self-published or “indie” books because previous experiences weren’t exactly positive. While Chained by Susanne Valenti may not be on my top 10 list, it’s certainly much better than most self-published books I have ever read.

The Writing: One of the things that drew me in about this book was the writing—it was quite simple, but the world-building was amazing. I particularly loved the description of Harbor City; the imagery was incredibly vivid and I could easily picture the complex system of skyscrapers and connecting towers in my head. In fact, one of the strongest points of the book was the way the surroundings and the events were described—for most of the book, the writing was so lifelike that it was easy to dive in to the dystopian world the book was set in.

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