Passenger by Alexandra Bracken

January 4th, 2016 Kimberly Review 87 Comments

4th Jan
Passenger by Alexandra Bracken

Alexandra Bracken writes magic and I was excited to dive into Passenger the first book in her new time traveling -Passenger trilogy. Suspenseful and engaging we travel the timeline with our heroine and hero as they try to save her mother and stop the ruthless head of Ironwood.

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Chimera by Mira Grant

November 18th, 2015 Kimberly Review 62 Comments

18th Nov
Chimera by Mira Grant

Annnd it is over * Hugs Chimera by Mira Grant and cries* I am going to miss the tapeworms. What, you think I am crazy? Chimera is the final book in Mira Grant’s Parasitology series and like its predecessors, it was brilliant with suspense, shivers and characters whom I have come to love.

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The Drafter by Kim Harrison

September 1st, 2015 Kimberly Review 63 Comments

1st Sep
The Drafter by Kim Harrison

The Drafter is the first book in the Peri Reed Chronicles a new series by Kim Harrison whose Hollows series I adored. The Drafter is a science fiction suspense thriller filled with gadgets and covert agencies set against the backdrop of Detroit in the year 2030. It offers a cat and mouse game where Peri Reed must decide whom to trust.

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Sideswiped by Kim Harrison

August 20th, 2015 Kimberly Review 74 Comments

20th Aug
Sideswiped by Kim Harrison

The novella Sideswiped by Kim Harrison introduces us to the characters and world of her new series the Peri Reed Chronicles. This science fiction suspense thriller sheds light on the concept of drafting. A small percentage of the population has the ability to move back briefly in time. Other humans can act as an anchor preventing the drafter from becoming trapped.

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Seveneves by Neal Stephenson

June 8th, 2015 Kimberly Review 61 Comments

8th Jun
Seveneves by Neal Stephenson

Seveneves by Neal Stephenson spans five thousand years from a catastrophic event that will doom Earth to man’s determination to save the human race. At eight hundred and eighty pages, this massive tome is filled with details that will excite your inner geek and for the most part, I was riveted.

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