Line Up # 10




The next 4 books to be read and reviewed.


Age of Azmoq: The Valantian Imperium, Rajamayyoor Sharma

Age of Azmoq: TheValentian Imperium Review

37569309Azmoq is the rarest and most coveted metal on the planet. It’s the ultimate source and symbol of real power, and the Valantian Imperium controls it all in Valantia.

Or so they thought…

For the first time in generations, the Valantian Imperium, masters of the Valantian continent have glimpsed the first tremors of fear. There are rumors abound. Rumors of legends. Legends of both ancient Azmoqian weapons and men of godly powers, long thought to be myths.

As these rumors grow, a small group of people, from various walks of life, some commoners, some within the mighty Valantian Imperium itself, by pure coincidence, have set in motion a chain of events. The legends, if true, along with these set of events, might reignite the flames of a revolution. A revolution the Imperium had long suppressed. A revolution that might alter the balance of power in the continent, and eventually the entire world…

In Reality (Reality #1), Loralie Murrison 

In Reality Review

38747161Ellery Walker wants to avoid reality, or at least her mother’s version of it.
Her family ‘stars’ on the hit reality TV show Life With the Walkers and Ellery despises every moment of it.

Seeking escape she hides herself away at a community college, hoping to live peacefully as an anonymous student. When her plan backfires and her identity is revealed she has an entirely new set of problems to deal with.

Sean Dixon is trouble, why else would the entire student body avoid him? His appearance doesn’t help matters. He’s tall, dark, silent and tattooed, there is no doubt he’s as dangerous as he seems. right?

When a slip of paper throws these two together, both their ‘realities’ become entwined and in the end, there is no way for them to untangle.

Will they even want to?

Refugees (Mud, Rocks, and Trees #1),R.A. Denny

Refugees Review

34853614“An epic journey of a lifetime.” That’s what three young individuals from three different corners of the world have dreamed about. They were destined for greatness since the moment they were born. But what if they don’t want it? What if they’re not ready? What if their desires no longer align with the prophecy?

The problem is, they have no choice. The star has appeared. Their destiny has already begun to unfold.

It’s not the send-off that they’ve been dreaming of. Forced out. Banished. Raided. This wasn’t how it was supposed to be. Now they must discover who they really are while embarking on the most exciting journey of their lives. One star. One impossible task. One chance to save the world they love.

The Mine (Northwest Passage #1),John A. Heldt

The Mine Review

19353394In May 2000, Joel Smith is a cocky, adventurous young man who sees the world as his playground. But when the college senior, days from graduation, enters an abandoned Montana mine, he discovers the price of reckless curiosity. He emerges in May 1941 with a cell phone he can’t use, money he can’t spend, and little but his wits to guide his way. Stuck in the age of swing dancing and a peacetime draft, Joel begins a new life as the nation drifts toward war. With the help of his 21-year-old trailblazing grandmother and her friends, he finds his place in a world he knew only from movies and books. But when an opportunity comes to return to the present, Joel must decide whether to leave his new love in the past or choose a course that will alter their lives forever. THE MINE is a love story that follows a humbled man through a critical time in history as he adjusts to new surroundings and wrestles with the knowledge of things to come.


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  1. One of the book that interest me to read is the “In Reality”. I wanted to find out why Ellery Walker wanted to avoid reality?? And also wanted to know more about Sean Dixon, he seems like a handsome dude 🙂


  2. I just finished reading Trespassing – which was pretty good till the end. The end was a bit of a disappointment. Now, I am reading The Girl with No Name about a Jewish refugee orphan. And I am reading David Busch’s Nikon D3400 Guide to Digital SLR Photography


    1. The Girl with No Name very intriguing, I’ll have to look into that. That sucks that the ending was a disappointment, nothing worse about a book that lets you down at the very end.


  3. I love to read different articles online and in ebook recently, while books I usually get more on health and medical stuff, And oh the last that I’ve read was about couples empowerment.


    1. I recently read a book about dealing with dementia and found it to be quite intriguing. I wish I could remember the name of it. What was the couples empowerment one titled?


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