Sunday Shorts is a new meme. The rules are easy, a short story, an anthology of short stories, a novella, or a quick weekend read that is also short on your wallet!
Please join us at our Goodreads Group and see whats on our shelf! Also please add your link to the Linky at the hosts’ blog here, so everyone can easily hop from blog to blog and read your short! This is a brand new Meme that I hope will grow! ENJOY!
Here are a few words on each story in the anthology!
Worry Doctor, by Linda DeMeulemeester
In a future society run by institution, no child need suffer unhappymemories. The worry doctors see to that. But when Teacher Angela isasked to find a dissident, she must once more undergo mind shaping.As Angela’s discarded memories begin to surface, the veneer of herharmonious life begins to crack.
Posted in Sunday Shorts
Tagged Allan Rousselle, Angelfall, Ari Goelman, Benjamin Rosenbaum, Emily Mah, Fantasy, Ibi Zoboi, Kiini Ibura Salaam, Linda DeMeulemeester, Patrick Samphire, Raymund Eich, Samantha Ling, science fiction, Short Story, Sunday Shorts, Susan Ee
Orlind (Draykon #3) by Charlotte E. English
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Disclaimer: If you have not read the previous two books in the series, this review is going to have some major spoilers for you.
Do you like it when a series ends perfectly? Is it not nice to know that everything that was left unanswered in the previous books is finally answered by the author and the loose ends are tied together is the most perfect of bows? Personally, I don’t like series which end with things not explained clearly, or where it is left to the readers’ imagination about what happened to the characters after the series ended. If you like your series to finally end, and to end well, then this is the book. This is definitely the biggest reason why I am giving this book a five-star rating.
At the end of the last book in the series, we all knew that a war was coming, a war where the draykoni were going to try and lay claim to the world and fight the humans to regain control. Well, we are definitely not disappointed in that regard. The war forms one of the main story arcs in the book and it is a grand war, with everyone from humans to drakoni to the Lokants involved in it. In fact, the second big story arc in the book is about how the Lokants influence and meddle with everything that is going on. Of course, as expected Krays and Limbane end up on opposite sides of the war. I can’t tell you much more about the lokants’ influence on the whole situation without giving away the ending, but I’ll just tell you that there is a lot more going on than you can ever imagine. The war between Limbane and Krays is much more important than some petty rivalry.
Posted in Book Reviews, Fantasy
Tagged chorlette english, draykon, Eva, Fantasy, Krays, llandry, lokant, Mystery, Orlind, Story arc, trilogy