I’m sorry I haven’t been on here for a couple days. My computer decided to break and it’s hard to post normal postings on my phone. Anywho….
I received two books in the mail, for review, over the past couple of days that I wanted to show you guys.
By B.C. Tweedt
Morris College All-Sports Camp has everything twelve-year-old Greyson Gray needs to distract him from his father’s mysterious disappearance – intense athletic competition, weird friends, and a pretty girl.
But when Greyson stumbles upon a terrorist’s sinister plot brewing in the observatory, a place already haunted by a chilling camp legend, he suddenly toils with two dueling worlds – one of lurking danger and mystery, the other of competition and awkward romance. Spurred on by his father’s words to do what’s good no matter the danger, Greyson and his faithful friends must mount a daring and coordinated heist on the observatory in order to save thousands of lives.
Greyson Gray: Camp Legend is an exciting adventure threaded with witty, sarcastic humor and gritty suspense. You will not only enjoy being in Greyson’s shoes as he battles evil in thrilling chases, but also as he deals with his awkward first crush, menacing bullies, and the loss of his father. Prepare to laugh out loud and fall in love with the characters as the Greyson Gray series begins with a bang. (Amazon)
In this dystopian novel, the world has nearly been destroyed by dark magic. Fifteen year old Edwin doesn’t remember much about the past, including who his parents really were or how they died. Now he has discovered that he is a Seer, a person who can see things or places that do not exist to the normal eye. He has also learned that the dark magician, Nefarious, is in search of a book called Darkness – that only Seer’s can find. If he locates the spell book, he could destroy the Earth as it remains. But the question is, can Edwin find it first and rid it’s existence? This adventure novel is action-packed, deathly suspenseful, and continues with Edwin’s journey as he learns more about his gift, and his past life. (Amazon)
I’ve started reading Searching for Darkness already and I like it so far.
Thanks for reading this quick update.