Thursday, July 18, 2013

William Shakespears Star Wars by Ian Doescher Review

William Shakespears Star Wars by Ian Doescher
Dates read July 4th, to July 18th (approx)
Rated 4/5 Stars

We've all seen Star Wars, we've all read Shakespeare. So why not combine the two? That's exactly what Ian did. A great job too. First let me talk about the look of the book. A hardcover with a sweet dustjacket. The detail in the cover photo is amazing ( they're photos throughout the book too with just as much amazing detail.) Take off the dustjacket and you get a weathered looking book. I thought it looked so sweet. I tend to read my hardcover books without the dustjackets too so they stay nice.
This is written in Shakespeare format , language and all. I felt like grabbing a few friends and acting it out....Still might do that. :)
If you're wondering if you'll like this books well I say if you love Shakespeare, but don't like Star Wars...why would you not like Star Wars is beyond me,but just saying. I say read it. If you love Star Wars but not Shakespeare, read it! and if you love both! well then duh read this book. It's fun no matter what. Good job Ian, now please write the rest of the saga.

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

"Always Watching" by Chevy Stevens review

Always Watching by Chevy Stevens
Always Watching by Chevy Stevens
 Read from June 25 to July 02, 2013(approx)
Rated:5/5 Stars 

Another great novel from Canadian author Chevy Stevens. I first fell in love with Chevy's books with "Never Knowing" her second novel. Her books are filled with so many twists and mystery.

I'm going to try and not give too much away in this review. Chevy's books are too good to spoil in review, and I sometimes have a hard time writing a review without spoilers.

This book is a little different from her first two. The first two focus on sessions with Dr.Nadine Lavoie, this time She is involved in the case. She has a deep connection with her patient Heather, after realizing she knows the name of the leader of the commune Heather was at. Nadine remembers she was there when she was younger. Somethings come back to haunt her.
 As she unwravles the mystery of Heathers issues, she is haunted by her past and her claustrophobia. Which she realizes is somehow related to her childhood. With some help from her brother she tries to get through it all safe and alive. All while feeling watched all the time.