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Tag: Félix J. Palma

Imaginative & Beautifully Complex | Review of ‘The Map of Chaos’ (Trilogía Victoriana #3)


Felix J. Palma brings his masterful Trilogía Victoriana to a close in this imaginative and complex finale.

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Weekly Reading List #24


Wondering what to read next? How about a retelling of Alice in Wonderland? Another novella regarding the Garde of the bestselling I Am Number Four series. Or how about something entirely different? Something new? Check out what’s on my reading list for the week.

Weekly Reading List #23


Did you just put down a book and are now looking through your shelf trying to figure out what to read next? Check out these books and see what they are all about and decide if they are up your alley.

Weekly Reading List #8


Woo! So check out what is on my reading list. You know I really like doing these weekly segments and sharing my love of reading with you readers. My boyfriend says I love books more than him and well, he may be right. I love to read, what can I say? Anyway, let’s get down to business, you’re not here to read about my love life. Remember, these synopsis are provided by GoodReads seeing as I still have no idea what they are about yet.

Weekly Reading List #7


So to be honest, I expected to be done with the third arc of the pretty little lairs series but Pretty Little Secrets was kind of a letdown so I continued to put it down and procrastinate on actually finishing the novel. I hardly ever do that unless a novel really bores me. Just look at my Goodreads stats, I read super-fast…much to the disdain of my mother who says books are wasted on me. Nevertheless, here’s my reading list for the week. I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend and had a chance to see Guardians of the Galaxy this weekend between reading.

Unexpected Beauty | Review of ‘The Map of Time’


A novel that focuses more on the aspect of telling a story than the actual science fiction of the time traveling. Beautifully written and constructed, The Map of Time offers readers a chance to see the author and is motivation for the novel.