July 21

Creole Moon The Betrayal by S.T. Holmes {Book Review

Review2I was kind of just going through the motions while reading this book. It didn’t grab me like other supernatural type books usually do. The main character is an soldier in the Confederate army, who has a twin brother. He’s in town for his brothers wedding. Weddings are not George’s thing, as he has different views on life in comparison to his twin brother. Everything changes, and he is forced to take a different life path when a woman becomes involved.

The story is following George and his realizations that there is more to life than what he originally thought. Unlike his brother who is caught up in marrying, and having children, something his absolutely not interested in. Everything changes when it appears he has fallen in love with a woman, under her influence of a spell, against his free will.

I enjoyed all the magic this book incorporated. It was mysterious, and not completely stereotypical of books in this genre. The book was set up for an eventual sequel it seems. I would be interested in finishing this series if Holmes writes book number two.

I also really enjoyed this book being set in Louisiana. The whole state has a mysterious setting to begin with, so this book couldn’t have been written in a better setting.

Since the book didn’t really grab me like I had hoped, and at times I found the plot to be a bit confusing. It was a little scattered, and could use a bit more organizing. It wasn’t bad enough to be disconcerting. I give this book a 3/5.



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December 4

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling {Review}

Harry Potter Book #1

I’ve of course read this book many times since it’s release back in the late 90’s. I love it more and more each time. This time around, I decided to listen to the audiobook! It was amazing! Since the very first time I’ve read them, I’ve always thought J.K. Rowling was absolutely amazing! It feels as if she’s really attended Hogwarts herself, and was telling a story about her time spent in the magic world.

It really is a magical read.

You won’t be able to distinguish Hogwarts from real life. Ms. Rowling really brings the characters and the castle alive for the reader.

This book will captivate and engross you from the first sentence, regardless of your age or religious background. The imagination and fantasy sucked me in and I will always love and appreciate the Harry Potter collection!




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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Harry Potter, #1)

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