Richelle Mead, #1 internationally bestselling author of the Vampire Academy and Bloodlines series, has released a book based on Chinese folklore. Soundless focuses on a young girl named Fei (a rising artist) and the world she lives in.
They are truly grateful for the riches life has bestowed on them, not just of the physical kind but also of the personal. Neither came from wealth and power so they can appreciate the journey their lives have taken.
Three female authors, three generations of characters, and one continuing story could have spelled disaster. It must at least have been daunting to novelists Karen White, Beatriz Williams and Lauren Willig to attempt such a feat.
John Grisham has gone rogue. His latest novel ROGUE LAWYER is not your father's John Grisham book. This one has saltier language, a brief hint of sexual activity, and a cast of characters who do not live by any accepted moral compass.
This book opens with a scene of terrifying suspense and dares the reader to close its pages. Over and over the author unveils moments of true apprehension and fear, but readers will love it since Krentz has provided strong bold characters who are on the side of good.
This is a very satisfying Alex Cross book as it answers some of the questions that have been raised previously concerning Cross' childhood and family lore. We learn through this story the why and how of Alex Cross, and what has brought him to this point in his life.
Mama Tried is fun and funny - it's part memoir, part commentary, and of course part comic strip. The cartoons are what make this book so relatable and at the same time funny in way that only parents will understand (double points for twins and multiples).
The sentiments in this book are lovely, the advice sound. But I couldn't help but think that it was somewhat like one really long inspirational Pinterest post. Gilbert's personal success is what makes this book credible, and what is getting people to pay attention to it.