Mitosis by Brandon Sanderson

October 29th, 2014 Kimberly Review 40 Comments

29th Oct
Mitosis by Brandon Sanderson

Mitosis is a mini-story set between Steelheart and Firelight books in the Reckoners series by Brandon Sanderson. MacLeod Andrews narrate the audio and he nailed David. While the story is only one hour and three minutes long it has all the things I love about this series. Mitosis while small delivered an evil Epic, news about Newscago and plenty of action.

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Our Broken Sky by Sarah Harian

August 13th, 2014 Kimberly Review 68 Comments

13th Aug
Our Broken Sky by Sarah Harian

Welcome to Coffee Pot Reviews! These are short and sweet reviews done in the length of time it takes my coffee pot to brew! I am brewing some mocha coffee, be sure and grab a cup. Today I am sharing Our Broken Sky, a novella from the Chaos Theory series by Sarah Harian. The series is a young adult dystopian where justice is decided in the Compass Room. You can read my review of The Wicked We Have Done book one in the series by clicking the link under series above.

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Memory of Water: A Novel by Emmi Itaranta

June 11th, 2014 Kimberly Review 85 Comments

11th Jun
Memory of Water: A Novel by Emmi Itaranta

Memory of Water by Emmi Itaranta is a speculative fiction and one of the first I have read. The writing is beautiful and the tradition of the tea master fascinating. Set against the harsh backdrop of a world changed by global warming and ruled by China, Itaranta shares with us the life of seventeen-year-old Noria Kaitio. Filled with politics and the harsh realities of an occupied town with a water shortage the language held me captive.

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The Trap by Andrew Fukuda

November 27th, 2013 Kimberly Review 35 Comments

27th Nov
The Trap by Andrew Fukuda

Since the beginning, I have loved Andrew Fukuda’s twisted Hunt trilogy. His unique take on vampires in The Hunt and then the mind-bending twists of The Prey. The Trap was one of my most anticipated books for 2013 and boy howdy, Fukuda did not disappoint. The Trap was a non-stop, action packed tale, with a conclusion that once again blew my mind. Mini review: smart, spine-chilling, with intense action scenes and revelations that will leave you screaming!

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