Category: 4 Birds


Blog Tour: Blood Of A Thousand Stars

Blog Tour: Blood Of A Thousand Stars

I saw someone say that this duology was perfect for Star Wars and Firefly fans and I agree completely!  I just loved the world of this book so much.  The ships, the political intrigue, the planets and their various cultures…they all came together to create the world I enjoyed so much in the first book.  […]

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Blog Tour: The Prince And The Dressmaker

Blog Tour: The Prince And The Dressmaker

The Prince and the Dressmaker was such a lovely and uplifting story!  The dressmaker, Frances, takes a mysterious assignment to escape the drudgery of her seamstress job and is shown a world what she never knew existed.  Sebastian hides who he really is to everyone, that is until Frances starts working for him.  Her acceptance […]

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Blog Tour: The Belles

Blog Tour: The Belles

The Belles has been a much-hyped book and I have to say, I think it’s warranted. I haven’t felt this excited about a series in a long time. Everything about the story came together in a compelling book that provided food for thought and some surprising twists and turns. First, I’d like to talk about […]

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Blog Tour: Batman Nightwalker

Blog Tour: Batman Nightwalker

I came to this book a huge fan of Marie Lu’s writing, but kind of light on Batman knowledge.  (I honestly don’t think I’ve seen a Batman movie since George Clooney played him.) However, one thing I have always liked about his story is that he really doesn’t have any supernatural or god-like powers AND […]

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Blog Tour: The Speaker

Blog Tour: The Speaker

  Welcome to my stop of the blog tour for The Speaker by Traci Chee!  Once you’ve read my thoughts, don’t forget to visit the other blog tour stops!   The Reader was a richly developed story in a fascinating world.  I was not surprised at all when the starred reviews started pouring in.  The […]

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Blog Tour: Haunting The Deep

Blog Tour: Haunting The Deep

I enjoyed How to Hang a Witch and its blending of family drama and history.  In Haunting the Deep, I think the same feel was achieved, but this time it was a different ancestor of Samantha’s that was involved.  Instead of witch trials, everything at the high school seems to be trying to bring the […]

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