Review: The Last Vampire (Author’s Revised Edition) by Kathryn Meyer Griffith
The world has gone mad. Over the course of a few months, the Earth enters a death spiral, and the few remaining humans face the uncertainty of the future in ways varied and mean. There is no light at the end of the tunnel, only desperation and cataclysmic events that surely wiped out the dinosaurs. Emma is a graphic designer who finds a well of strength and iron will that carry her through events large, small, and terrible to eke out a new, unchosen existence after losing everything she holds dear. Even with a new love in her life, nothing is going to be easy, and the punches will just keep coming. The Last Vampire (Author's Revised Edition) is a GraveTells Recommended Read!
April 27, 2012
ARC Review: Awaited (Wasteland #2) by Lynn Rush
On a mission to recover the first female guardian born in hundreds of years, Russell Leonard finds himself face-to-face with the mysterious woman he's been dreaming about. While it might seem strange that she recognizes him too, a total stranger, there are other, more troubling things about this young woman that have Russell wondering just who she is and what she means to him. As they embark on a journey that will either free both their souls or end in terrible tragedy, Russell and his Belle must accept each other wholly and completely or risk losing everything they, and everyone around them, hold dear. Awaited is a must-read!
April 26, 2012
Review: Brightest Kind of Darkness (Brightest Kind of Darkness #1) by P.T. Michelle
Sixteen year old Nara Collins has the unique ability to dream the events of the following day every night when she goes to bed. For the most part, she tries not to change the future in any drastic ways, but when she has a vision about a bombing at her school, she can’t ignore it. After preventing the tragedy from occurring, Nara’s visions start to fade, and she finds herself falling for the mysterious Ethan Harris, a loner with his own dark secrets. Nara has a feeling the bombing was only the beginning…but how can she stop more disasters from happening if she can no longer see the future? Brightest Kind of Darkness is a GraveTells must-read!
April 26, 2012
Review: Wasteland (Wasteland #1) by Lynn Rush
David is the middleman between evil, and.. well, more evil. He is given the burden of securing his mark, a young girl who has the potential to save (or destroy) humankind. Little does he know that others are watching out for his mark as well. David certainly doesn't expect to fall in love with one of her guardians, and so he has a choice to make. In this battle of good versus evil, does David choose his heart or his soul? Wasteland is a GraveTells Recommended Read!
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