Book Review: The Eve (The Eden Trilogy Book 3) by Keary Taylor

For the first time since The Evolution, the colony has a plan and humanity actually has a chance to beat the Bane. The scientists and leaders at New Eden work on building what they need, Eve, Avian, West, and others go on a mission of their own to get supplies and find Eve's sister, and everyone hopes for the best but prepares for the worst as they get ready for their last shot at a...
 

Book Review: The Human (The Eden Trilogy Book 2) by Keary Taylor

Despite the colony's new location, they aren't going to be safe for long because the Bane are getting even smarter and more efficient than anyone realized and a group of shady outsiders from another colony has plans that could either save or destroy New Eden. As Eve struggles to cope with her overwhelming feelings, discovers big secrets from her past, and fights for her life and the lives of...
 

Book Review: The Bane (The Eden Trilogy Book 1) by Keary Taylor

The world has been taken over by Bane, contagious creatures that are now more robot than human, due to a medical cure gone wrong, and the Bane are only getting smarter. Eve doesn't remember anything from before "The Evolution" except her name, but she's willing to fight against the Bane with her small colony of humans, determined not to let her growing feelings for both Avian and West or the...
 

Cover Characteristics: Book Covers featuring Books

Bookworms are weird. Case in point: Book photography. I told my friend about it one day, and she didn't get it. To her, the cover was the art, so why do you need a whole picture? We just do because they're so pretty and we like to touch them and look at them and arrange them with other pretty things and can never have enough of them and that's just how much we love books. Which brings me to the...
 

Book Review: The Sea Witch (The Era of Villains Book 1) by S.J. Valfroy

Serena is madly in love, but, unfortunately, she's only a maid at the castle and Triton is the prince who doesn't even know she exists. Serena has always shunned her sea witch powers, growing up witness to the manipulative, terrible ways her mother uses her own, but, when the cruel words of Queen Amphitrite push her over the edge, Serena just might be ready to use them, unaware that it just might...
 

Cover Characteristics: Book Covers featuring Butterflies

So, butterflies. While not the most difficult topic, you wouldn't think butterflies would be that common on book covers, right? Right?! WRONG. SO RIDICULOUSLY WRONG. I started out well, I knew of a few off the top of my head and found some more on Amazon until I had some nice ones to choose from. But then I had this brilliant idea and was all, "I'll look through my kindle library and my TBR for...
 

Cover Characteristics: Book Covers featuring Dragons

I'm all excited for this weeks topic of dragon book covers because it came at kind of a perfect time. One of my favorite series (Steel & Stone by Annette Marie) just released the cover for the final book, and it just so happens to have a dragon on it! It also sounds like it's going to have lots of dragon-y goodness (well, some of the characters are kind of part-dragon, but they also have dragon...
 

Cover Characteristics: Book Covers featuring Eyes

This topic is such a good one! I mean, there are so many book covers with eyes as the main focus. I have like 10 on my kindle alone, and that doesn't include the million more out there that I don't own. But of course that also means I was once again struck with indecision and ended up going with ten picks rather five, including some books from the same series because they were too gorgeous not to...
 

Cover Characteristics: Book Covers Featuring Phones

It's another week of Cover Characteristics, and I'm just so glad we're past the TV week, haha. This week it's phones! Honestly, I don't understand how people lived before phones were invented. Not even just cell phones but landlines. Do you ever think about that? I mean, people had to just go to someone's house and knock on their door, hoping they were home, if they wanted to talk. Or they had to...
 

Cover Characteristics: Book Covers featuring TVs

Since I completely failed at this weeks Cover Characteristics, I will make up for it by once again regaling you with a related fun fact. You know that TB test you get every so often as a kid to make sure you don't have tuberculosis? Well no one actually explained to me what it was. So, when I was little, I thought it was a TV test that tested if you were watching too much TV. Luckily I always...