#MonthlyWrapup : January 2019

Hello Readers! I wish you all had joyful January.

This month was great from the very beginning. My review was published in the 3rd issue of RAC magazine, I got 5 new author requests for review, and (even though I have written I’m not accepting requests! I guess this policy thing is not working and I feel bad turning down the requests. I try to limit them by offering promotional post in place of review.) I thought I can manage only 5 books with my now 2 and half month daughter to take care but I read 7 book.  Stats is also coming to normal.  I’m quite happy with New Year this time.

This month I read and reviewed

Total Books- 7
Total Pages Read- 2054

Anne of Island by L.M. Montgomery — (Review) ★★★★★
Lovely entertaining YA classic fiction with lively animated protagonist and characters, some hilarious and some sad moments that anyone can enjoy.

Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, #1) by Rick Riordan — (Review) ★★★★1/2
Slow start but entertaining opening, exciting, adventurous, action packed book full of mythology. Those who enjoys MG, YA books will definitely love to read this.

The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini — (Review) ★★★★★
Utterly intense, poignant, soul-stirring and thought-provoking very original fiction that I highly recommend to fiction and classic lovers.

Broken Heart Attack (Braxton Campus Mysteries Book 2) by James J. Cudney — (Review) ★★★★★
Engaging cozy mystery with creative and amusing character. I recommend to go in order to enjoy it fullest.

Zenka by Alison Brodie — (Review) ★★★★★
Refreshing, fast paced, humorous mafia/mob romance that I recommend to the readers of this genre.

The Sea of Monsters (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, #2) by
Rick Riordan
— (Review) ★★★★★
Action packed, adventurous and fun to read. I highly recommend this book to YA, Greek Mythology lovers.

Kill Code by Clive Fleury — (Review) ★★★★★
Interesting, gripping Sci-Fi with impressive and well represented dystopian world.

All books were amazing. This was almost 5 star month which rarely happens. check out reviews of these books if in case you missed the post.

Bookish Posts:

Book Blitz :

To Dream the Blackbane by Richard J. O’Brien #Promo @RRBookTours1

#booktour #excerpt #Lovebooksgrouptours : Seven Deadly Swords @Suttope @Kristell_Ink ‏

Book Blitz: The Tempted Series by B Truly

#BookBlitz: R. Caine High School 1-3 by Victoria Danann @vdanann

Cover Reveal :

#coverreveal : Death Will Find Me by Vanessa Robertson @Ness_Robertson

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#booktour #excerpt #Lovebooksgrouptours : Seven Deadly Swords @Suttope @Kristell_Ink ‏

Today I’m pleased to be part of blog tour for Seven Deadly Swords by Peter Sutton, organised by Love Books Group. Check out book details and excerpt in this post.


For every sin, a sword

For every sword, a curse

For every curse, a death

Reymond joined the Crusades to free the Holy Land from the Saracens and win glory for himself. Instead, with six others, he found himself bound under a sorcerer’s curse: the Seven Sins personified. Doomed to eternal life and with the weight of the deaths he has caused dragging his soul into the torments of hell, Reymond must find his former brothers-in-arms and defeat them. Riding across a thousand years of history, the road from Wrath to Redemption will be deadly…  

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Avignon, France, 2012

Reymond hummed Alouette and sharpened his sword; this time the priest would die first. The rain hammered relentlessly upon the roof of the people carrier. He’d never got the hang of identifying machinery: it smelled new and it was red. He glanced out of the window into the night, seeing nothing, remembering deserts. His hands worked, a slow circular motion, comforting. He’d long since discovered that poetry and song soothed the constant rage. What was keeping Fisher?

Muscle memory took over and he contemplated the coming violence, the necessity of it. The priest had drawn him in, initially. It wasn’t his fault, as such, but he held a fair measure of culpability. This time Reymond would end it. This time.

He was aware that he smiled grimly. How many times had he sworn that this time would be different, the last? He glanced back out the window. Avignon. So near where it had all started. Seat of popes. A fitting place to find the priest. The car was parked next to an ancient wall which stretched down the road to the priest’s door. Where Fisher had gone some minutes ago. The priest would have had the dream, Reymond would be expected. Or one of them would be expected anyway. Dreams and portents, curses and sorcery. Reymond spat on the blade. This time he’d end it.

The sliding door of the car rattled open. Fisher, despite his bulk, and age, moved quietly: military training honed through many years of covert operations. Reymond raised an eyebrow at the Englishman who nodded and moved off, his yellow-white hair a flag in the dark. Reymond dropped the whetstone into its velvet bag, jumped out of the car and splashed through the wet clay mud covering the road to catch up with the larger man.

Once the big man was close enough for Reymond to see Fisher’s cauliflower ears he asked, “And?”

“He’s still there.” The Merseyside accent seemed out of place here in France.

The priest’s house was modest, a window onto Passage Saint Agricole, a door on Rue Felicient David. A courtyard interior. Sand-coloured stone. The priest’s church, Saint Agricole, a short walk away.

The door swung open under Fisher’s meaty hand and Reymond walked in ahead of the Englishman who held the door open for him. Reymond was struck again by the fact Fisher was approaching sixty. Soon to be too old for this work. Another good reason to end it this time.

The sound of prayer drifted down the stairs as the door swung shut behind Fisher. Reymond hefted his sword and followed the chant. The stairs were narrow and slippery, the plasterwork walls cracked and scabrous. A miasma of overcooked greasy food hung heavy on the air. Reymond continued to sing Alouette.

At the top of the stairs a nut-brown door stood open a crack. Latin spilled out. Reymond tightened his grip on the sword and pushed the door fully open. The short hallway he walked through, past a tiny kitchen, ended in a left turn into a sitting room. Waist-high bookcases flanked the door and ahead was a well-used sofa of cracked brown leather. The Latin abruptly stopped.

“Reymond. And Mr Fisher. Welcome.”

“It’s just Fisher.”

The priest sat at a dining table, a bottle of single malt in front of him, empty glasses waiting. “I wasn’t sure if Fisher would be joining us.” He picked up the bottle and screwed the top off, pouring a generous measure into each glass.

Reymond’s gaze roved the room: he narrowed his eyes and tried to ignore the siren song of fury that bubbled just beneath the surface. “After everything. After…” Reymond’s hand, the one not holding the sword, made an abortive gesture. “You still believe?”

The priest followed Reymond’s eyes to where his own hand had picked up a set of mahogany beads and a silver crucifix. A simple enough rosary, well-made, expensive, but not ostentatious.

“It is ever a mystery to me that you no longer do, Reymond. You were always a great believer.” The priest picked up his glass, his finger and thumb counting beads. The glass shook as he raised it to his lips.

Fisher crossed the room and took the offered glass. With a glance at Reymond he knocked back the whisky, then sat to one side and kicked the chair opposite the priest out as an invitation to Reymond.

“You don’t think that all we’ve seen proves that He has no plan for us?” Reymond asked.

The priest shrugged. “We are what God has made us.”

Reymond barked a humourless laugh. “And what is that exactly? Father.”

“If your dreams and times in between are as mine then I think you know.”

“You know nothing,” Reymond took a step towards the table. He could feel his control slip: he bit his lip and started reciting Dante under his breath.

The priest held out the rosary. “Come, Reymond. Pray with me, like we used to. It will give you comfort, like at Dorylaeum.”

Reymond’s sword flicked out, and the beads rattled across the table and onto the flagstone floor. “It is time,” he snarled.

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Kill Code: A Dystopian Science Fiction Novel by Clive Fleury


Kill Code: A Dystopian Science Fiction Novel by Clive Fleury
Publication Date : December 5th 2018
Publisher : TCK Publishing
Read Date : January 29th 2019
Genre : Dystopian / Sci-Fi / Fiction
Pages :
Stars : 5/5

It’s the year 2031. Our future. Their present. A world decimated by climate catastrophe, where the sun’s heat is deadly and the ocean rises higher every day. A world ruled by the rich, powerful, and corrupt. A world where a good man can’t survive for long. 

Hogan Duran was a good man once. He was a cop, forced to resign in disgrace when he couldn’t save his partner from a bullet. Now Hogan lives on the fraying edges of society, serving cruel masters and scavenging trash dumps just to survive. 

But after four years of living in poverty, Hogan finally gets a chance to get back on his feet. He’s invited to join the National Security Council, the powerful paramilitary organization responsible for protecting the rich and powerful from the more unsavory elements of society. All he needs to do is pass their deadly entrance exam, and he’ll be rewarded with wealth and opportunity beyond his wildest dreams. 

But this ex-cop’s path to redemption won’t be easy. The NSC are hiding something, and as Hogan descends deeper and deeper into their world, he starts to uncover the terrible truth of how the powerful in this new world maintain their power…and just how far they will go to protect their secrets. 

In a world gone wrong, can one man actually make a difference, or will he die trying? 

Kill Code is the first novel in an exciting new dystopian science fiction series from the mind of award-winning author, screenwriter, and director Clive Fleury. 

Fans of The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey, and Divergent by Veronica Roth will be captivated by Kill Code. 

You’ll also love this book if you enjoy: 
Dystopian novels and stories 
Stories about futuristic societies 
Stories about disgraced cops 
Stories about unlikely heroes 
Stories about conspiracies 
Stories about injustice

Kill Code was a dystopian fiction novel that revolved around Hogan, his life in the world of poverty, Story of survival, competition, power, conspiracy and injustice. Blurb describes the book precisely with good detail.

Protagonist, Hogan Duran was smart, brave and tough guy but unlike other candidates applied for NSC (National Security Council), he never lost his conscience. Even though all applicant told to be competitive and not friends, he built unspoken understanding and friendship with Ruby. His spur of moment decisions were fabulous and never hesitated when he had to choose right over wrong even if it cost his life. He was great character.

Ruby was another fab character who was strong, brilliant and only one with dignity. Like Hogan she was sensitive and had her conscience. I liked how she supported Hogan and believed in his judgement.

Jake was jerk. I hated him ever since his first intro in the book. I knew he would cause lot of trouble when something good was about to happen and he didn’t disappoint me there. I was glad he got what he deserved in the end.

Other secondary characters mainly NSC officers were most surprising.

Kill Code was first person narrative nicely written with impressive plot design, strong characters, and dystopian world that was narrated with all minor details.

The world was interesting it had two parts one was majority population living in cities where catastrophic climate change made the world worst to live in. There was 80% unemployment, people suffering from famine and drought. Burglary, vandalizing and killing for food and cloth was too common. Garbage hills were home for some people and take away area for food and valuables. Pure food, water, shelter, and safety was only for rich and gangsters. The other was NSC base and separate elite group area to whom NSC provided protection. NSC base was structured in total contrast to the world. Fresh food, sophisticated technology and luxurious shelter was given to all officers. It was built for elites. It was shocking to see such huge contrast between two world and I was eager to know why only they had all luxuries and why they didn’t help people.

Book was pretty short and so things went real fast in the book. Within 35% of the book, world was described, we get to know about Hogan’s life and his guilt trip, deadly NSC entrance tests in fact NSC officer was also selected. It was pretty fast paced. But when they were attacked by Krails, whole NSC thing started to feel fishy.

I was curious to know-

What were the Krails and why they attacked NSC?
Why some officers turned against government and joined Krail?
What was Krail’s ultimate goal?
If what they said to Hogan was right, what NSC people were hiding?
Who were real antagonists, Krail or NSC?
Whose side Hogan will take?

These questions hooked me to book till the end. There were so many unexpecetd twist and turns that kept the plot exciting.

Last 30% of the book was flurry of events. Climax was shocking. I was filled with rage and felt betrayed along with characters. I couldn’t believe what was revealed. I loved book more in this portion. It was adrenaline inducing, with many smart moves by Hogan. End was satisfactory and sounded like there might be sequel of this book.

Overall, it was interesting, gripping Sci-Fi with impressive and well represented dystopian world.

*** Note : I received e-copy of this book from the author, in exchange for an honest review. ***

Author : Clive Fleury

Purchase Link : Amazon.in /Amazon.com

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Book Blitz: The Tempted Series by B Truly

This is my stop during the book blitz for The Tempted Series by B Truly. This book blitz is organized by Lola’s Blog Tours. The book blitz runs from 28 January till 10 February. See the tour schedule➡ here⬅ Please check out book details, excerpt and giveaway in this post.

Temptation Trials Revolution (The Tempted Series #1) by B Truly
Genre: Dystopian Romance
Age category: New Adult
Release Date: July 13, 2018


There are always two sides to a story. Can love withstand the ultimate temptation?

A new Regime has arisen from the havoc and destruction of World War III.

Society now has to follow the strict mandates, reign under the dictatorship of His Highest Eminence or suffer the consequences.

Tobias and Kincade are part of a cryptic organization that’s trying to uncover the secrets behind the Regime. Something is suspicious with the new world order—why else would they want to control the most powerful emotion of love? With mandatory arranged marriages at the age of twenty-one, the only way to fight for love is through the Temptation Trials—a government-sponsored reality TV show.

Kincade and Tobias know the rules, but after they meet the women of their dreams, they face a difficult decision. With their impending birthdays around the corner, the guys have to decide if they will bend to the Regime’s will or fight for their relationships.

Lust, mistaken for love, will lead down a treacherous path. They soon learn that the spirit may be willing, but the flesh is weak.

Can love redeem them or is lust too tempting?

This book can be read before or after Temptation Trials Part I. Find out the guy’s POV in a new story that unravels through the Trials.

You can find Temptation Trials Revolution on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/42447251-temptation-trials-revolution

You can buy Temptation Trials Revolution here on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Temptation-Trials-Revolution-Mens-Tempted-ebook/dp/B07F64W2DZ


* * * Tobias * * *

The computer monitors buzzed to life, showing multiple views of the police compound through the cameras the Op team wore. Eric and others of the rescue waited outside the perimeter in SUVs, while the rest snuck into the precinct from the sewage system below. All the members’ locator devices were now live, and I could hear talking through my ear drum.

“They better be glad I like them,” one male member said. “It doesn’t smell like roses down here.”

“Yeah, they owe me,” another agreed.

“Looks like the cavalry’s coming,” Rafi exclaimed.

“Oh, thank goodness,” Susan said.

The virus that I was installing disabled the alarms. The rescue squad crept in from below, but it would be much faster for them and God knows who else to escape from the outside—half the party had been captured. The lights would be out in the facility shortly. Lights out or not, the enforcement would retaliate. It would be slower for everyone to try to climb down through the sewage system.

Letting the team know the plan, I announced through their devices, “Okay everyone, lets stay sharp. I’ll be disabling the lights to buy time. When I kill them, the cell doors will also open, so be ready to haul ass. Mike is gonna blow you a way out.”

“Roger that,” Cade replied.

Stefani’s eyes were glued to the screen. She glanced at me. “This is exciting and scary at the same time. Will they really be able to pull this off?”

“Don’t worry. Our members are well trained. I’m sure they will.”

She gave me a contrite smile. The rescue had just touched down in the precinct, sneaking in successfully. Their cover would be blown soon—they couldn’t invisibly sneak to the cells. The four internal crew entered as close as possible to the block where they were being held. Now it was time to pray that they really could pull this off.

It being late at night did play in our favor—the compound wasn’t as heavily guarded. Two enforcers at the counter next to the cell block where Cade and the other members were had spotted Mike. One male tried to hit the alert alarm, frowning when he came up blank.

Yeah, I took care of that.

His comrade attempted to draw his weapon, but two from the rescue team were faster. Randolph aimed his gun at the officer’s head. Winston held his gun on the other enforcer, while the fourth member of our crew stayed farther back. She was keeping an eye out for anyone coming from the front of the precinct. With the two enforcers contained, Mike continued to the metal door of the cell block. From the internal cameras that I’d tapped into, I spied one of the officers guarding that section coming out.

“One is headed in your direction, Mike,” I relayed.


Mike snuck to the side as the enforcer came out the door. Mike acted quickly, swiping his feet from under him. He took his club and hit the officer in the head, knocking him out. The remaining enforcer in the cell block was being distracted by the inmates. I’d already scrambled the codes so that all the doors would open.

“Proceed, Mike. It’s just one, but tread lightly, because he’s armed,” I gave him the okay.

“What’s up on the lights?” Mike asked.

The damn program was taking longer than I’d anticipated. Come on, sucker! “Give it a few more seconds.”

I’d been able to give them a play-by-play thus far, having tapped into the compound’s camera feed. But the cameras in the building were about to crash, along with the lights, so we’d have to rely on the rescue team’s embedded cameras to see what was happening—couldn’t have any trace of them being there. Mike pulled the metal door with ease as to not alert the enforcer. He spotted him not long after Mike entered and got a shot off. Luckily, Mike was prepared, so he was able to dodge it. Wasting no time, Mike launched a smoke canister onto the floor.

Temptation Trials Rebellion (The Tempted Series #2) by B Truly
Genre: Dystopian Romance
Age category: New Adult
Release Date: November 30, 2018


Can love defeat the greatest temptation … lust?

In a post-apocalyptic nation where the land of the free is now run under a dictatorship, there is one factor that holds the key to keeping world order—love. The new Regime controls the emotions of the heart. It’s their most vital law. At the age of twenty-one, every citizen is forced into an arranged marriage. The only way to escape the arrangement is to enter the Temptation Trials—a government-sponsored reality TV show where the loyalties of the contestants are tested by Tempters and Temptresses who are impossible to resist.

Catalina enters the Trials as a Temptress in hopes that she can win the funds to save her brother. Sahara’s been ridiculed in the eyes of the public. By being a Temptress, she’ll be able to have a fresh start. The Regime promises that if she fulfills her role on the show they will wipe her slate clean.

The problem is that the Trials are rigged for failure. In all the prior seasons, love’s rival, lust, has proven to be more powerful. No contestant has ever won the Temptation Trials and be allowed to stay with their chosen partner. Lutheran Eminence, the world’s dictator, has shown that he’s the ultimate matchmaker.

As the Temptation Ball approaches, conflict is at an all-time high. Most couples are too hurt by betrayal to reconcile. With the odds stacked against them, Kincade and Tobias try to mend their relationships, hoping that the greater good will prevail.

Attempting to uncover the true meaning of love may cost the contestants more than they bargained for—it may cost their souls.

You can find Temptation Trials Rebellion on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/42650958-temptation-trials-rebellion

You can buy Temptation Trials Rebellion here on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07KV47XXK

About the Author:

B. Truly has wanted to be an author since she was fifteen years old and is grateful to have accomplished this dream. She has very vivid dreams and a wild imagination. She likes to read, watch tons of TV shows, and movies. She’s addicted to romance and gets a thrill out of action and sci-fi. She writes New Adult and Adult, Romance. Sci-fi, Dystopian, and Paranormal genres.

B. Truly likes to explore different elements of sci-fi romance, and create various realms of reality. She also loves creating impossible situations for her characters to grow from and try to overcome.

B. Truly has three wonderful children and a husband who defines the person that she is today. She works full-time as an Ultrasound technologist in Houston, Texas.

You can find and contact B Truly here:

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The Sea of Monsters (Percy Jackson and the Olympians #2) by Rick Riordan

The Sea of Monsters (Percy Jackson and the Olympians #2) by Rick Riordan
Publication Date: 2013 (first published April 1st 2006)
Publisher : Penguin Group
Read Date : January 27th 2019
Pages : 288
Stars : 5/5


It’s not easy being a half-blood these days. Even a simple game of dodgeball becomes a death match against an ugly gang of cannibal giants – and that was only the beginning.

Now Camp Half-Blood is under attack and, unless I can get my hands of the Golden Fleece, the whole camp will be invaded by monsters. Big ones… 

The sea of monster was another perilous quest of Percy Jackson in which he has to save his friend Grover and camp at the same time. This time he gets little help from his father and other God. This book showed strength of team work, friends and family (even though it’s messy) and how these three bonds together can conquer biggest enemy and help in completing any quest.

As usual characterization was the second best part of this book. They were little developed and learn new things as they move ahead in life and book. New characters were introduced in this book.

Tyson– Percy’s half-brother. He was big baby Cyclops, so cute, funny and loving but because of Annabeth’s bad history and Percy’s jealousy, poor guy was not appreciated enough. His affable, caring and protective nature won heart of Percy, Annabeth and all camper in the end.

Tantalus was horrible camp director. I was surprised he was chosen as a director while Gods could have chosen some other reasonable person. I mean how they could give future of their kids in hands of not-so-ideal father/person!! But as Hermes said ‘immortal families are eternally messy’.

Annabeth saved Percy’s butt many times here. She was brave, brilliant and also accepted her fatal flaw. Percy managed to work with Clarisse ever the brave and difficult to deal with and also even impressed her in the end, ‘for time being’, by his cool nature. I loved how author showed strength of female characters over male protagonist in this book.

Percy was great friend and a good-hearted person and showed his true nature, while fighting Polyphemus and what he did with flees after quest, which might be his fatal flaw. He developed more by overcoming his jealousy about how his dad gave attention to his half-brother, who showed up without warning, and accepted him as a brother in the end.

The book started with a Percy’s nightmare, something his mother was hiding about camp half-blood and last day of 7th grade turned into cannonball fight with monsters, blowing up the gym and running from the police. Couldn’t expect more action in the beginning right? There was more! Camp half-blood under attack, Thalia’s tree dying due to poison, magical border deteriorating. Camp itself was dying! Only few weeks left and only way to save it was magical Golden Fleece. Hold your ponies readers, things are going to be more action packed, tragic and entertaining.

As and when necessary few things were explained from the first book like what is half-blood, who was Grover and what was his satyr brothers work, about camp, Clarisse and camp’s director- all things to recall from first book if you have taken long time to read sequel, of course not in repetitive manner.

As usual camp Half-blood and Greek mythology along with characters was my most favorite part of the book. Story of Tantalus, Golden Fleece was beat to read. Oh and shocking part was knowing who Chiron’s father was. I loved how Rick Riordan depicted monsters and scenes, he teaches Greek myth in most entertaining way with flawless writing and gripping adventure.

Another thing I liked about Rick Riordan’s writing is his amusing references -‘ Charybdis got louder- a horrible wet roar like the galaxy’s biggest toilet being flushed’. ‘Charybdis was orthodontist’s nightmare.’ ‘The tree (Olive) struck him with such force it would’ve flattened me into a Percy Pizza with extra olives’. And some more that made me chuckle throughout the book.

Some tense scenes – knowing Luke’s plan on Cruz ship, why he poisoned Thalia’s tree and what he intended to do with fleece; fighting hydra; going through sea of monsters; escaping C.C’s Island, sirens and Polyphemus- made me sit anxiously with urge to read more and faster. We get to know bits of the big prophecy that involved Percy in this book.

Twist at the end of each chapter, suspense of prophecy, Titan Lord’s tricky plans for Percy made this dangerous quest full of excitement and action packed. Sassy Nature of Percy, innocence and golden heart of Tyson, Annabeth’s smartness through refreshing tone and perspective of Percy was fun to read. The bond between Percy and Tyson was charming and I loved to read this new trio on quest of saving old friend and ultimately end up saving more than what they intended.

Climax was utterly brilliant and end was shocking and a cliffhanger. I can’t wait to start next book in the series.

Overall, it was action packed, adventurous and fun to read. I highly recommend this book to YA, Greek Mythology lovers.

Author : Rick Riordan

Purchase Link : Amazon.in / Amazon.com

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