Reviews by BookLouver
On 6/23 BookLouver wrote: This novel is a mix between dystopia and science fiction. The story unfolds in an undated future, where humans interact with alien races and have a culture deeply rooted in technology. Initially that was what attracted me to the book. However, it didn’t caught me completely. In general, I think it’s ... Young adult sci-fi
On 5/19 BookLouver wrote: From the previous Melanie Dickerson books I've had the opportunity to read, I always admire her incredible ability to retell a fairy tale and make it more interesting. This novel was based on the Grimm brothers' tale, "The goose-girl", and although I have never read the original story, I really enjoyed ... A retelling of the "The goose-girl"
On 5/4 BookLouver wrote: This book reminded me, in a way, of the story of Beauty and the Beast. Although this novel has nothing to do with the story, the way Sabine sees herself and how she thinks she will never find love, made me think of the Beast. However, the similarities with that story end there. This story has a romance ... Braveness, self love, and romance.
On 2/27 BookLouver wrote: Although it is a very thin book, it is not very easy to read. This novel focuses on the illness of the main character and his struggle, not only with himself, but with the rest of the world. The story has certain supernatural nuances, although there is more relevance of dramatic elements. Contrary to ... Drama and hope.
On 12/30 BookLouver wrote: After reading “The girl from the train”, which became one of my favorites of 2015, I wanted to read more books by this author because I loved her writing style. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint me. The story leads us to accompany the difficult life of Persomi, a girl who must go through ... A story of overcoming and courage
On 12/21 BookLouver wrote: Andrew Klavan is an author whose youth books I really enjoyed. I love his way of creating suspense at the end of each chapter, and how the whole story always has a deeper message than expected. That is why I thought it was great news when I found out that he was going to publish his autobiography. This ... A Secular Jew Comes to Faith in Christ
On 10/24 BookLouver wrote: When I think of this novel, comes to mind scenes from fairy tales intertwined into one. Unblemished is a story full of surprises that takes you through incredible landscapes and scenery, plus complicated plot twists. For those who enjoy romance books, this book has a tangled love triangle that makes ... A fairytale story
On 10/21 BookLouver wrote: This story so mystery as much as drama and romance. The desire for discovering the truth about the murder of Daniel is the question that develops throughout the novel; but besides that that is the reason that makes you continue reading, the characters are very well built and they are easy to understand. The ... Presumed guilty
On 9/26 BookLouver wrote: I honestly did not expect this to like series as much as I did, but I could not help but get trapped in the story and it left me desperate to know the ending. After the last book, Shades of Doon, the plot became more complicated, so I had high expectations for this fourth book. For those who like happy ... Satisfying ending!
On 8/21 BookLouver wrote: This book promised much drama from the beginning –which it’s clear stated in the synopsis- and drama is what you get. There are many situations where Sophie suffers from bullying by Camille, and where she has to deal with the broken relationship with his father. From this story you can learn about ... A story of love, and forgiveness in the family.
On 7/20 BookLouver wrote: Years ago when Brian "Head" Welch’s first book, “Save my from myself” was published, I was very intrigued to read it. As I could not get it, I settled interviews he gave in the media. Thanks to that, I knew that he was drug addicted while he was in the metal band, Korn; and how her daughter Jennea ... With the eyes and heart open
On 5/22 BookLouver wrote: I think that writing about depression and make it believable in a fictional story, it is a complicated task. However, this young author has managed to create a plot that perfectly describes the suffering of a young man who is going through depression and anxiety. This novel is full of romance and family ... Drama, romance, and hope.
On 4/24 BookLouver wrote: After hearing about a lot of non-Christian novels of the same genre, I was beginning to wonder when I would read something from this genre that is Christian and something I could like; and I think I've found another of my favorites this year. Sister dear has characters that make you question whether ... One of the best pyschological thrillers I've read this year
On 4/9 BookLouver wrote: This trilogy is set in the year 2095, where gifted teenagers are trained to fight the horrors of the society. These warriors are called Remnants, and Adriana is one of them. When she begins her assignments, she realizes that there are many dangers that she did not expect. The series takes place in this ... Satisfying ending.
On 3/8 BookLouver wrote: Suspense to the limit. Suspense is one of my favorite genres, and that’s probably why I find it a bit easy to deduce what will happen in a scene or the true identity of the characters. So when I started reading this novel, I thought I could figure out what was going to happen. However, I was wrong. This ... "If I run" - Terri Blackstock
On 3/4 BookLouver wrote: Storm siren is a trilogy that I would not normally read because fantasy is not really my thing, but couldn’t resist because of the incredible writing of Mary Weber. Her way of writing is so captivating that makes it easy to introduce you to this amazing complex and elaborate world. Nym is a heroine ... More Mary Weber's books please!
On 2/3 BookLouver wrote: I don’t usually write reviews criticizing books but beyond my personal tastes, I always rescued the best of each novel and emphasize it. However -as eventually had to happen- this time I can’t do the same, so it’s fifty-fifty. Confused? Let me explain. Lis Wiehl is an author whose books -Triple ... I don’t fully recommend this book
On 2/3 BookLouver wrote: This book is a race against time -almost literally- because Rick has the hours counted to leave The Realm, and if he doesn't, he dies. This is one of those trilogies that I'll love to giveaway to everybody if I had copies available. It's an amazing series because it has all the elements that make it ... Epic finale!
On 1/15 BookLouver wrote: In all my years of reading, I've never read anything like this book. Its elements, the characters and the complicated story are so unique that is unmatched. Although the beginning was a bit slow, the story came to life and action after the middle of the book and from there I couldn’t put the book down. There ... An unprecedented novel!
On 12/6 BookLouver wrote: I know more than one person has ever dreamed of returning to the past and avoid making certain mistakes which one repents. This book makes that fantasy a reality. Brock's life is not as he wanted it to be when he was young, and he is given the opportunity to travel back and talk to his 23 year old self ... To those who want to travel to the past
On 11/12 BookLouver wrote: This is one of those books you know it will be really deep with just reading the synopsis. World War II is, like all wars, a difficult issue because there are always several versions of the story. In this case, the story transcends cultures because Gretl’s German, Jewish and Polish influences, therefore, ... Love in the midst of war
On 9/30 BookLouver wrote: Narrated from Veronica and Mckenna's point of view, this series is an endless adventure. With each book, completely unexpected things happen, also the drama and tension increases . Although there is romance in the story, you can also learn much from the true meaning of friendship. And because there ... Next book please!
On 9/5 BookLouver wrote: I really like books with siblings as protagonists especially if they are twins, so I knew I'd like this novel since I read the synopsis. Just as twins Annie and Sarah are different, the book is narrated in two different styles: Annie as verse and Sarah as prose. This type of narrative gave a dramatic ... This Young adult book about family sociology will surprise you!
On 8/4 BookLouver wrote: Sometimes fiction books that have bullying as the center of the story, are very sad and dramatic, but this is the exception to the rule. Atticus Hobart is a character who suffers because of the bad things that happen to him, but the help of Mr. Looney, he learns to see life in a different way. If you ... Young adult book suitable for all audiences!
On 7/7 BookLouver wrote: This story in itself, is beautiful, but also has an amazing narrative which makes the book becomes a piece of art. The descriptions are poetic, but without boring the reader, besides the characters have quirks that make you love them. The central message is faith, and although the whole book revolved ... Brilliant writing but a bitterwseet ending
On 4/20 BookLouver wrote: In each book there is a new version of some famous stories including: Sleeping Beauty , Beauty and the Beast , Snow White, Cinderella and the Frog Prince. However, these versions are made to suit the times in which they are narrated, and therefore are very credible. In fact, the setting of each novel ... Classic fairy tales in a new stunning version!
On 12/24 BookLouver wrote: Unlike many common romantic books where there is instant love, in this story, the romance is developing slowly. On the one hand, we have Margaretha, who tend to talk too much and her words seem to never end… but she is much more than she appears. Colin is also an adventurer at heart, lover of danger ... This book has far surpassed my expectations!
On 12/13 BookLouver wrote: I didn’t know that this book was the second of a trilogy, so at first I found it very difficult to follow because the story continues its course from the first book. However, the protagonist and narrator, Ginger, makes you feel comfortable when you’re reading her story, because besides being sincere ... Great tool for everybody!
On 11/9 BookLouver wrote: In their youth, John and Hope got married without thinking it through, and afterwards, she repented and an online minister promised he would not send the forms and they wouldn't be legally married. Ten years later, Hope accidentally learns that is not necessary to send the papers to be married. For ... Can you imagine what it would be married to someone and find it out ten years later?
On 10/29 BookLouver wrote: She knows exactly how to lead us throughout the book, and follow the dramatic and moving story of a broken family.In this life full of lies, they must discover important values but the way it's not so easy to take. Motherless is a unique story. It is narrated in the first person. The character moves ... A brilliant read! Erin Healy is a queen in the genre!
On 10/10 BookLouver wrote: I picked up this book without realizing it was the second in a series but however I really enjoyed it! The entire novel is told in first person from the point of view of Howard Boward, a child who has to deal with all the problems that comes with being a genius. It tells how he cause chaos in the city ... Hilarious book with great characters and a very interesting plot!