Sunday, September 9, 2012

Exponential Apocalypse: Dead Presidents by Eirik Gumeny

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Exponential Apocalypse: Dead Presidents (Exponential Apocalypse, #2)

The world has ended twenty-eight times, there are clones of famous people, dinosaurs, a telepathic squirrel, and that's just the beginning of this crazy kooky and crazy read.

In this book there is no predicting what's going to happen, or who is going to show up in the next chapter. Anything can happen in this book, Gumeny's imagination will take you to an extraordinarily bizarre trip of pure creativity that is 100% original! There is nothing out there that comes to close to this book's ingenuity.

The plot is so ridiculous and off the wall, you'll be laughing your butt off. It's crude and vulgar, using dirty language, but it adds to the theme of this story which is all chaos.

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Judgement of Souls by Margarita Felices

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Judgement of Souls

What is the book about? 

Rachel has a beautiful young face, but she's really a vampire who is centuries old with amazing strength and the ability to fly. She is in search of a book that holds the power to bring the first vampire back to life, the same book that her parents lost and were severely punished for. 

The book was stolen by a older rogue vampire named Max who Rachel used to love, but now she's more interested in killing him. 

Rachel hangs out at a local goth club in Cardiff Wales where she meets Daniel the club owner, the immediately have a special connection that is inexplainable, even to them. When Daniel finds out that Rachel is a vampire, he is set on finding and killing Max too. 

Max will stop at nothing until he gets the book, even if it means killing Daniel. Now Rachel is protecting Daniel, which just leads to her spending more and more time with Daniel, causing their love to grow. 

What did I think of the book?

Margarita writes an extremely fast paced story that is highly entertaining with her twist on the classic vampire tales. It's only 173 pages so there is a lot of information and detail in a short amount of text. I didn't mind this because Margarita is great at describing her characters and their surroundings making this a book you can really sink into and bond with the characters. 

This book could have been much longer if there were some additional information put into it, like the backstories of the characters. They were so great, I wanted to learn more about them, but this book looks like it's being set up to be a series, so maybe the next books will have more details. 

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BOOK TOUR Rise of the Wadjet Witch (Book 1) by Juliet C Obodo

Rise of the Wadjet Witch
Written in the Sky Book One
By Juliet C Obodo

Genre: Fantasy
Publisher: Orange Light Press
ISBN: 0578102145
ASIN: B007GE98V0
Number of pages: 225
Word Count: 62,000
Cover Artist: Ronnell D. Porter

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Written In The Sky: Rise of The Wadjet Witch

Book Description:

All future astronomer Memphis Holland wanted was to quit smoking. The pressure to complete her dissertation on Ophiuchus the lost astrological sign and receive her PhD in Astrophysics has been high. She visits a hypnotherapist to rid her of her cravings and instead is given the ability to see the future and to teleport. To anyone else this would be a wonderful trade, but she doesn’t see it that way. These strange new powers and the fact that there is a serial killer piercing women in their Third Eye chakras and leaving their bodies all over New York City has her highly stressed.

Yoga doesn’t help and neither does her new position at Sign of The Times, a New Age newspaper run by her best friend Jill. Her mysterious coworker Lawrence, the reporter covering the murders, puts her even more on edge. He is nothing but kind yet there is just something about him; he has this uncanny ability to know exactly what she’s thinking.

Her astrological predictions for the newspaper are well received. But the eerily accurate personal horoscopes that are sent to her by an anonymous astrogirl88 are not. As the secrets and predictions from astrogirl88 unfold Memphis is led down a dangerous path to find out who she really is and the unsettling truth that her destiny may have already been written for her.

Author Bio:

Juliet C. Obodo writes fantasy fiction and inspirational city guides. She loves both sci-fi and fantasy due to the fact that she has a short attention span and books in these genres are able to hold her attention for more than a chapter. She love novels that introduce a sci-fi or fantasy element in to the plot in a realistic or almost mundane way. 

Recently released favorites are The Magicians and The Discovery of Witches. They inspired her to finally put the stories in her mind on to paper. She is based in New York City, but travels out-of-state once a month and internationally every two months. She's constantly in search of the perfect cup of coffee and a coffee shop like Central Perk on Friends. 

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