Reviews by A. Renee Hunt
On 7/28 A. Renee Hunt wrote: When I saw the cover of this book, I thought to myself, "You've never liked pugs... why do you want this book?" I think what drew me in was not the cover, but that small paragraph beneath the title: A Ridiculous Little Dog, a Family Who Lost Everything, and How They All Found Their Way Home. Who ... The Pug List by Alison Hodgson
On 4/27 A. Renee Hunt wrote: My first book by Laura McNeill was totally amazing! (Center of Gravity, August 7, 2015) The story was carefully crafted and written so well, I flew through it! The same thing can be said for Sister Dear. The stories interlaced in such a way, you could do nothing but continually read to the end. ... Sister Dear by Laura mcNeill
On 3/28 A. Renee Hunt wrote: I don't receive many children's books, so when I get one from a series I've been reading all of my life, it's exciting. There's nothing like The Berenstain Bears' Bear family, with Mama, Papa, Brother, Sister and Honey Bear. They're cute, funny, relatable and until I'd become an adult, I never knew ... The Berenstain Bears Mother's Day Blessings
On 3/13 A. Renee Hunt wrote: I read this book in a day. First because it came from one of my book tourings (blogging groups), which take first dibs over my other reads. Secondly because- well look at the cover, man. The girls are in London; I had to find out what the deal was. This book is one of the 3-books in the Glimmer ... London Art Chase by Natalie Grant
On 3/2 A. Renee Hunt wrote: So I liked this book! It's full of action and the story about guardian angels is amazing! I never imagined angels living with earthly families, like changelings and then leaving. Well in this story, Vero is called out on a quest and pretty much has to beat Satan to it. It's his final test. ... The Dragon's Descent
On 2/1 A. Renee Hunt wrote: Cyber-terrorism, monsters of The Realm and minds of people being inserted into a super-computer network that is needed to save a planet! This book is science fiction, fantasy and adventure action, all rolled up into one trilogy. Sadly, I didn't get the first two books so I am entering this adventure ... Game Over by Andrew Klavan
On 1/20 A. Renee Hunt wrote: To me, the book felt like a mixing of an original story and Narnya. There were Christian undertones and a bit of action, all of which I appreciated, but I didn't really feel what I should have for the story, due to coming in on the very ending. Imagine watching The Battle of the Five Armies (Lord of ... The War for the Waking World by Wayne Thomas Batson
On 11/19 A. Renee Hunt wrote: Who hasn't ever wondered about their dreams? The Five Times I Met Myself by James L. Rubart, is about Brock, a man who has mysterious dreams, none of which I'll share, due to my 'NO SPOILERS' policy. Anyway, he has these dreams that leave him baffled and curious. After speaking to a friend, ... The Five Times I Met Myself!
On 10/26 A. Renee Hunt wrote: I've never read an Amish romance before, so when I saw this story, I thought it would be nice. I know Amish have their own language and when using English, they sound Danish. I love accents, but I'm gonna tell you now, reading it is another story, especially the way it's used in this book... An Okay Read if You're Into This Genre...
On 8/27 A. Renee Hunt wrote: Today's novel is The Curse of Crow Hollow and I highly recommend it. The story is about five families, but primarily about faith, mystery, occult and mob mentality. Teens bring on what the town's folk consider a curse. Strange happenings, illness and much more is centered around Alvaretta, the mountain ... Crow Hollow was Über-Entertaining!