March mini book reviews

March Mini Reviews

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Do you find that e-books make reading easier or harder? For me, I find reading to be much more enjoyable with a solid book in my hands. Reading is a way for me to unplug and I have a hard time doing that if the book I am reading is on my phone. Plus, I’ve noticed they take me twice as long to finish.

Two of the books I read this month were digital copies, and while I really enjoyed the content of those books, it felt like such a chore to read them, which was a real bummer. That being said, reading is still a joy and I will take an e-book over no book any day.

March Mini Reviews

Unseflie by Michele Borba: 5/5 This needs to be on everyone’s to-be-read list. Seriously! This book is being called a blueprint for creating happy, successful, and empathetic kids, but it is so much more than that. It talks about how empathy is a learned trait and how much it impacts our lives. This read has been eye-opening, not only as a mom but as a human being. Whether you have kids or not, I highly recommend picking up this book.

School For Psychics by K.C. Archer: 4/5 So, I really enjoyed this book, but I’m a sucker for anything with powers. The story is centered around 20-something Teddy and her time at The Whitfield Institute, a school that trains psychics to use their gifts in law enforcement and government positions. Teddy is one of those flawed, pain-in-the-ass characters that you love to watch grow. This story is full of clichés and the writing style is a bit choppy, but it’s got action, snark, and romance and I found it highly entertaining.

The Astral Traveler’s Daughter by K.C. Archer: 4/5 This is the second book in the School For Psychics series, and I was excited to return to this fun world and group of characters. I loved seeing Teddy come into her powers and delve more into her past. This book did seem like more of a setup for the next installment, but the story is entertaining and I look forward to reading the next one. I requested this book from Netgalley in exchange for my review.

The Ghost Manuscript by Kris Frieswick: 2/5 This book was a hard one for me to read. I actually started reading this back in February but had to walk away from it at one point. I liked the first half of the book. I found many of the characters to be interesting and likable and there were enough intrigue and action to keep my interest. The second half of the book, though, completely lost me. I won’t go into detail because I want to avoid some major spoilers, but man oh man do I wish it ended differently. I requested this book from Netgalley in exchange for my review.

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