Melina Marchetta's "Froi of the Exiles" http://far-past-midnight.blogspot.com.au/2012/03/froi-of-exiles-by-...
I just posted my review, and I have two copies of the novel Wyatt's Revenge by H. Terrell Griffin to giveaway. This transcontinental mystery by the award winning Griffin sees retired lawyer Matt Royal embark on a quest seeking revenge for the death of his dear friend. Griffins honest characters and fast pace will leave readers craving more. To enter, simply follow the link below. This giveaway will run to April 5th.
Five Star Review for Middle-Grade/YA Treasure Hunting Adventure
A long-lost emerald, a missing treasure map, and a wealthy villain combine for an action-packed adventure!
Thirteen-year-old Noah Winter, the son of sea-exploring treasure hunters, dives the San Isabel shipwreck with his parents in search of a mysterious treasure map lost in the murky depths off the Florida Keys over a century ago. The map reveals the hiding place of the priceless De La Rosa emerald. But before the Winters can find the map, a wealthy treasure-hunting rival kidnaps Noah’s parents. Now Noah must match wits with a dangerous adversary, not only to discover the treasure map first, but to rescue his mom and dad before it’s too late.
My Book Review of Favorable Conditions by Kathleen Kole. This is a lighthearted feel good story about a middle aged woman who redefines the direction of her life after becoming an empty nester.http://jerseygirlbookreviews.blogspot.com/2012/03/favorable-conditi...
The One: The Life and Music of James Brown by RJ Smith is a biographyof the Godfather of Soul. The title “The One” refers mainly to the artist’s emphasis on playing the right beat.
The publisher is giving away one copy of this book— use the form at the end of the post to enter.
A review of The Confession: An Inspector Ian Rutledge Mystery by Charles Todd (Ian Rutledge #14) -
Classic travel literature about a journey through China just before the Great Economic Rise. Christina Dodwell is a fantastic travel writer.
My latest review is Trash by Andy Mulligan