Gods of Anthem by Logan Keys [Book Review]

SO SO MANY SPOILERS ****WARNING***** Do not read if you are going to read Gods of Anthem (But if you have check this out *cries with laughter*) #truestory #somuchawesome

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This review contains spoilers. Please read at your own risk!
This book was provided by netgalley in exchange for an honest review 🙂
4.5 Stars
I don’t even know where to start with reviewing this book. I don’t!
I think I’ll start by saying that I actually hate zombies. Zombies freak me out. They’re the one supernatural thing (other than creepy ghost children that climb out of things they have no right to climb out of) that I cannot really deal with. Every episode of Supernatural that has zombies in it has me hiding behind my teddy bear and it’s the reason why I still haven’t watched The Walking Dead, even though I’m pretty sure it’d otherwise be right up my street. Zombies and I… we don’t mix. We’re getting better acquainted but they still send me into a tailspin.
Which is why, when Liza finds herself in the middle…

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UtopYA Con Prep: Paranormal Reads

This site…THIS site!


What’s your favorite genre to read? You know, the one you’ll read no matter what. For me, paranormal tops the list.

I love creepy reads. As a kid I searched library shelves for books on witches. After graduating from college, I gravitated towards Dean Koontz and Anne Rice.

Now, I read all types of paranormal: sexy shifters and innocent teens caught up in a world of magic. Lucky for me, UtopYA Con will have paranormal authors in attendance!

Bridgette O’Hare

Bridgette O’Hare’s website states “Supernatural Suspense with a Romantic Twist”. Stories about a creepy old dream book with a hidden message and enemies lurking everywhere.

   Patti Larsen

This Canadian wrote a series about a young girl who has a demon and a witch for parents. There are 20 books in this series. My TBR just caught a cramp!

The covers are gorgeous!

Komali da Silva


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