Books I recommend!

I seem to have read mainly long books recently but do have 4 reviews to share with you today! (Sometimes, when I’m creating first drafts, I don’t read at all in order concentrate on my own creativity. The following reviews are of the books I’ve read since the beginning of November 2021…)

War of the Fae by KJ Baker This is the third book in this series and it’s as tense and action-packed as the others! From the beginning, Asha has questions and her doubts nearly ruin everything. I enjoyed both the action and the introspection in this tale, and the exploration of how deep a mate’s bond can be, was fascinating. If you love paranormal romance, you’ll love this book!

The Terror by Dan Simmons is one of the most profound books I’ve ever read. This book contains incredible, seamless story-telling. This is a gritty, visceral tale of survival set in the Arctic in the late 1840s and gives the reader an explanation of what might have happened to the crews of The Terror and The Erebus. The book is far more bloodthirsty and exciting than the TV series! The book also contains a mythological and spiritual side which I found extremely satisfying. Brilliantly researched with excellent delivery – this is one book I will definitely re-read! (Tip – watch the TV series before you read the book otherwise you might find the TV version disappointing!)

I also enjoyed reading Male Sexual Health by Dudley Seth Danoff. This book is a must read for any female author who genuinely wants to understand the sexual motivations of the men she writes about.

I re-read The Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien in December. I took my time, enjoying my journey through Middle Earth. (This is the first time I’ve re-read the book for 7.5 years, since having cancer). I forget so much between reads and love all the details that make me feel as though I am there with the companions as they travel. For instance, did you know that the road delves down between red rocks crowned with pine trees before the last mile of grassland before the Ford of Bruinen? And I just love the way Tolkien describes how the Ents move – like herons wading through grass, but moving a lot quicker than herons can fly. And the way Saruman’s eyes glint red when he’s brought to bay at the tower of Orthanc, still gives me shivers!

Have you read (or re-read) any of these books recently? If so, what was your opinion of them?

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For all my reviews and comments on the books I read, please check out Amazon and Bookbub!

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