Oct 152015
 
Review: The Drafter

Yes, yes, and yes. This is an urban fantasy with a unique and original time travel twist. Peri is a drafter, which means she can rewrite time in small chunks, but it costs her as she can’t handle having both timelines in her head. She relies on an anchor to help her sort out her memories and cement only the rewritten part into her head, which means she loses the original timeline. Bad side effect: she loses time from before the rewrite as well. This premise takes a bit to comprehend, but once I understood it, the story was slightly […]

Apr 072015
 
Review: Inside the O'Briens

The crying! Oh, the crying this book caused! I read this all in one day, in one sitting even, and there were so many times I had to pause to wipe away the tears so I could see the page. This is such an emotional story. It gives you a front row seat to how Huntington’s Disease destroys a person’s life, and everyone around them. It’s extremely painful to witness, especially since there is absolutely nothing that can be done to halt or slow the disease. This story is told primarily from Joe and Katie’s points of view. They are […]