Pandemic: Beginnings: A Post-Apocalyptic Medical Thriller Fiction Series (The Pandemic Series Book 1) by Bobby Akart – Review

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5 Stars

WOW!!  This one will leave you on the edge of your seats, and grabbing for the nearest bottle of sanitizer.  Bobby Akart has outdone himself again.  The Pandemic series is a must-read that will make you think about how often you come into contact with germs.  And asking yourself if you wash your hands often enough.  Grab your sanitizer and disinfectant and dive right into this great series.

Stryke Back by Kevin Partner – Review

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4 Stars

A funny and entertaining read.  Although it would probably be best to read Stryke First before reading this one, I was able to understand from the beginning what was going on.  I dislike having the footnotes at the end of the book, as it is hard to remember the exact passage the note refers to.  I also feel that the cover is bland.

All The Pretty Missiles by David McCullough – Review

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4 Stars

A great start for a new author.  A great read that catches your attention from the start.   Although this story can use some minor brush-ups, like adding date and location to the start of the chapter (as you do go from past to present with each chapter).  I can’t wait to see what Mr. McCullough can come up with to top this one in book 2 Sea of Glass.  I look forward to watching Mr. McCullough grow as an author.

Empress of Evil by G.E. Stills – Review

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4 Stars

G.E. Stills has brought us another great page turner.  Sierrra and Raine have the zany sense of humor that Stills is fast becoming known for.  A fast-paced plot with some seat-gripping twists that will keep you turning pages.  My only issue with this book is it seemed to lack most of the emotional connection that I am used to seeing from his works.