I am a bit late posting this due to life being weird, I guess. Today was the last day of my vacation from work and my decided I needed more sleep than I thought which put me behind all day. #nofair
Annnyway, here’s today’s reviews.
As a reminder here is my reviewing system:
Yay – a definitely good read and I recommend highly.
Maybe – Read at your own risk.
Nay – Do not read or a DNF. Do not recommend.
I only have three books for you today. I have been so slow as of late.
~Fire Magic by Holly Hook (ARC) – Book 2 in her Abnormals Underground series. A definite yay. Very exciting, lots of action, and more development between the two main characters (I’ve been shipping them so hard, y’all). Stay tuned for my more complete (and hopefully more coherent) review on Amazon.
~Heads Will Roll by Joanie Chevalier – This one’s a maybe. I bought it on a whim because it dealt with head transplantation. Yeah. It’s fiction, and I was intrigued by the blurb. This book takes place in an unspecified time when head transplantation is now reality and there is an evil scientist doing it for the general public. There are three main characters who want it badly: a trophy wife looking for a new body (and the one she has is fine, apparently), a guy who’s in a wheelchair who has a condition that will kill him if he doesn’t get a new body (I don’t recall if his condition was ever named), and an Oriental girl whose father feels she is too overweight and won’t find a good husband, and so wants her to have the surgery. And they all feel they are worthy, but the doctor only does it for certain people. (I believe. The details are hazy now). I would have liked to see the aftermath of the surgeries more. Most of the book was about the various schemes and machinations of these three people trying to get the doctor to do the surgery on them. One takes very drastic action. It’s actually kind of scary. And what we do see of the aftermath…at the very end…let’s just say that the grass is not always greener on the other side. An okay book. I just wasn’t terribly moved by it. But it’s a quick read and you won’t be bored, at least.
~How to 3X Your Productivity Within a Month by Steve Pavlina – Nonfiction. A definite yay. It’s short and sweet, and my only real complaint is that it’s too short! But the methods Pavlina talks about are great, and are immediately able to be implemented if one so chooses. Good stuff.
And that’s it for this edition. Hopefully I’ll have more soon!