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Weekly Reading List #167


By Cynthia Bujnicki

Hey there avid readers. I hope everyone is having a wonderful week. I’m having an okay one, things could be a little better but, in the meantime, I’ll make it work. Making time for reading is always a great stress reliever so there’s no stopping that. So, on that note, check out this weeks reading list. Let me know what you think about these titles. If you’ve read one of the title below let me know what you thought in the comments below. Happy reading!

1. Thetis (The Deep Sky Saga #2)

by Greg Boose

Blind and broken, orphaned teenager Jonah Lincoln reluctantly boards a rescue ship bound for the planet Thetis, but not before it picks up a few more surprising and dangerous survivors from the massacre on the moon Achilles. After regaining his sight, Jonah sees the gated colony on Thetis is just as he feared–cloaked in mystery and under an oppressive rule with no one to trust–and that outside the walls, it’s even worse. Surrounded by terrifying new landscapes and creatures, Jonah and his friends fight to save the colony and restore order to the planet.

Just as Jonah grasps his near-impossible mission, the alien voices from Achilles return, pushing him to discover the truth about the Silver Foot Galaxy and his role in both its future and past. And when another ship arrives, it’s then Jonah knows he has to make the ultimate sacrifice.

2. Truly Unfortunate (Welcome To Knollville Book 1)

by C.A. King

Growing up in Knoll County wasn’t easy, especially without any childhood memories. Truly spent her whole life searching for the answers her mind refused to reveal. There might have been horrors in her past, but her current existence wasn’t much better than a nightmare itself. After beginning treatments with a new doctor, disturbing visions began to resurface. The stench of death surrounded her, but where exactly was it coming from?

Jeff always knew he wanted to be one of Knoll County’s finest and had no problem achieving that dream. A part of his ambition stemmed from the death of a classmate at the tender age of nine. It might have been ruled an accident, but his gut told him otherwise. When people start turning up dead in the same pattern, Jeff will be forced to put everything on the line to connect the dots between past and present. But in doing so, will his own future be jeopardized?

Truly Unfortunate is a dark paranormal thriller that will leave readers with chills after answering the question: Which is stronger… the boundaries of reality or the safety on one’s own mind?

Although there are no explicit or graphic scenes contained in this story, some of the subject matter may be considered more suitable for mature audience.

3. The Storyteller (The Reader Trilogy #3)

by Traci Chee

Sefia is determined to keep Archer out of the Guard’s clutches and their plans for war between the Five Kingdoms. The Book, the ancient, infinite codex of the past, present and future, tells of a prophecy that will plunge Kelanna in that bloody war, but it requires a boy—Archer—and Sefia will stop at nothing to ensure his safety. The Guard has already stolen her mother, her father, and her Aunt Nin. Sefia would sooner die than let them take anymore from her—especially the boy she loves.

But escaping the Guard and the Book’s prophecy is no easy task. After all, what is written always comes to pass. As Sefia and Archer watch Kelanna start to crumble to the Guard’s will, they will have to choose between their love and joining a war that just might tear them apart.

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