The Comic Book History of Video Games

Cover: 5\5

Illustrations: 4\5

Overall: 5\5

I absolutely love this comic book. Although video games aren’t my favorite thing ever, I really felt intrigued by this book. I am excited to share this with my husband who is a major video game fanatic. The illustrations and writing flowed easily together and were easy to understand. I highly recommend this for a Christmas or general gift for anyone who loves comic books and video games.

Disclaimer: I was sent a review copy from Blogging for Books in exchange for an honest review. This is entirely my own honest opinion.

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Carve

Cover-5/5

Content-5/5

Carve is a beautifully designed “how to” book. I saw this and couldn’t pass it up. I have a couple family members who love wood working and love tinkering around. I snatched this up for them to see if maybe they would enjoy some new ideas on what to make. I thought the “diy” designs in the book were different than any I personally had seen before. If you or someone you know likes carving wood then I would highly suggest this book. Especially with Christmas right around the corner.

Disclaimer: I was sent this book in exchange for my HONEST review by Blogging for Books. Thank you. This is entirely my own views and opinions of this book.

-Brianna

 

The Sunlight Pilgrims- Jenni Fagan

Read: October 11th- October 17th

Cover: 4 stars

Plot: 4 stars

Characters: 5 stars

Overall: 3.75 stars

When I started this book, I had no idea what to expect. I thought it would be a typical end of the world by Ice Age book, but I was wrong. It was way different. I thought there were equal amounts of Ice Age talk as there were family\friendship dynamics. The thing I loved most about this book were the characters. We had a tremendous amount of diverse character represented and it was amazing to read. I also loved how this book taught me a few things I hadn’t known before. I recommend reading this book this winter.

Disclaimer: I was sent this book in exchange for an honest review by Blogging for Books. Thank you. This is entirely my own opinion of the book.

31 Proverbs to Light your Path- Review

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I read Higgs’ other book “31 Verses to Write on your Heart” last year and was eager to see what this one had in store. It was thought provoking, loving, kind, and taught me more than I could expect. It activated me into actually doing things and thinking differently through out each day. Overall I would give this book a 5/5 stars. I highly recommend to Christian bible study groups and churches everywhere.

 

 

Disclaimer: This book was sent to me in exchange for an honest review by Blogging for Books. This is entirely my own opinion.

The Invisible Library Review

Dates Read: July 12th- July 14th

Cover:5/5

Characters:5/5

Plot:5/5

Overall:5/5

Oh my gosh, this book has been an utter joy to read. It was so fun and one of my favorites of the year so far. I cannot wait to pick up the next books in the series. The world is so amazing and extremely well written. I loved the characters and all their quirky aspects. I loved the steam punk vibe I got from the alternate world Irene was in during this book. Overall I couldn’t have asked for more. Highly recommend picking this one up if you haven’t already.

Disclaimer: this book was sent to me by Blogging for Books in exchange for an honest review. This review is entirely my own opinion. book review

Peace in the Valley- Ruth Herne

Date Read: June 12- June 15

Cover: 4/5

Plot:5/5

Characters:5/5

Overall:5/5

I started the Double S Ranch series not knowing what to expect. Now that I have finished book 3, I can say that I love this series so much. I love how this book kept up the same atmosphere the first two offered. I love the family dynamic and ranch life that are so amazingly written. I would love to pick up more of Herne’s books in the future. Also forever hoping there will be more books in this series…a girl can dream right?

Mexico by Josh Barkin|| Book Review

Dates Read: Feb 24th-Feb25th

Cover: 5/5

Writing and Plot:3/5

Characters:3/5

Overall: 3.25/5

Josh Barkin brings us into a real world view of the drug war and crime in Mexico. With 12 short stories, each different in their own way, you get to experience different robberies and murders. There was never a dull moment in this book. Something was always happening, keeping you on your toes. However this book had no happy ending or good side to it. All the stories were dark and depressing. I would have liked to have seen a few of the stories be positive. Overall this was a fast captivating read that I enjoyed but did not love. I would recommend to anyone who likes action/adventure/drug lord/crime ect.