Indie Book Review: Rangers by Chloe Gardner

Review:

Being a long time Supernatural fan, as I read Rangers I immediately recognised the inspiration behind the story. This isn’t just a fanfic though – the lore and characters are their own, and I had a lot of fun reading the paranormal adventures the twins and their tag-along got up to.

I did find the writing a little clunky, but the imagination was there, and I’ll take imagination over fluid writing any day. Having said that, I felt I didn’t connect with the characters as much as I wanted to, but I was still able to enjoy the ride. So many monsters, so much magic, so much action! I am interested in seeing where the series goes…

Recommended for fans of Supernatural. I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

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Rangers, by Chloe Gardner

Sam and Sam #1

Book Length: 414 pages

Paranormal Adventure (Adult Fiction)

According to the Blurb:

Sam and Jason have been at this a long time, and they’re some of the best out there. Gremlins, goblins, ghosts of all kind, vampires, even the yeti that time in Cleveland, they go where they’re needed and they kill what needs killed. It’s that simple. And it’s a pretty good life, really.

Then there’s the girl. Samantha. She’s feisty and difficult and she knows next to nothing about what they do, but she’s pretty handy with a hatchet and seems to just keep tagging along with them, city after city, witch after ghost after spirit, despite Jason’s best efforts to ditch her along the way. If he’d had any idea just how complicated she was about to make their lives, he probably would have left her in Georgia.

It’s too bad, really. Sam appears to be in love with her.

Book Review: The Black Swan Inheritance by Marigold Dicer

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Urban Book Reviews

The Black Swan Inheritance Final Cover

Marigold Dicer has beautifully woven together a masterpiece that readers won’t want to let go of. The story focuses on the Black Swans which are native to Australia. They are beautiful and very powerful creatures. And Anita happens to be one of them. Studying at the college level to become a doctor just like her dad, Anita decides to celebrate just one time. Thinking that the one time celebration won’t hurt her, right? As it turns out this one move causes everything to change within Anita and her world. Anita isn’t going to back down from the new challenge presented to her by her actions, but neither is she ready to be a perfect diplomat. She has her anxiety, panic attacks and bitchy moments to comb through before she can really step up to the plate and handle what is happening. Can Anita do it? Or will she fail in…

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