Addie LaRue, a young French woman in 1714 makes a bargain with an ancient god, to live forever, but is forgotten by everyone she meets after they look away
The novel does jump around, and when that happens the reader has to pay attention. Even if you do , what’s real and what’s not is always up for questioning.
Much like other anthologies I read, in Collectibles some are fascinating, some less so. However, this is a solid collection featuring talented authors.
The main character and the narrator is 13-year-old Madison Spenser. Every person can envy her life, her mother is a Hollywood star and father is a film producer. But as it turns out during the narration of dead Madison, who tells her story from Hell, she was very much unhappy and unappreciated child when she was alive.
One day May Bird ventures further than she’s ever been and falls into the lake. As she crawls out she finds herself in the after world with ghouls, ghosts and monsters. Only the Book of the Dead can get her back to her own universe, but first she has to go through the evil Bo Cleevil.
This is a very unique and enjoyable novel with multiple facets and an absorbing story. The author has proved herself an able writer, weaving an evocative yarn that keeps up interested in a piece which combines paranormal, art and history.
The book is targets the young adults (YA) market, which it is perfect for. Many young adults will find this book thrilling, I know I did
While on an assignment in Rome, photojournalist Josh Ryder experiences strange feelings of déjà vu and strange memories of a previous life.
This isn’t a great work of fiction, the adjectives are numerous and sprinkled around generously – but it’s a fun, cheesy and quick read, albeit corny
In order to get a leg up on all the other kids during Halloween Samuel goes trick-o-treating 2 days before only to witness the gate to Hell opening up