A Season In Lights by Gregory Erich Phillips

A nice and promising opening that leads to an even more interesting development as the we are told the story of an, unorthodox , Broadway aspiring ballet dancer called Cammie, that dares to follow her dreams although everything that would and could keep her down, going through the ruffs and edges of the competitive New York City. Between two timelines, 2019 and 1980, the story … Continue reading A Season In Lights by Gregory Erich Phillips

The Witching Vault by Kathrin Hutson

On Scribble’s Worth we love everything awesome. Awesome books, awesome covers, and awesome authors. BUT! Apparently, we haven’t yet mentioned that a great title is just as appealing to us, and “The Witching Vault” is AN EPIC TITLE! It catches your eye and mind for several reasons, invoking dark magic, secrets, blood, and maybe, just maybe chaos, and it doesn’t take much for 5expectations to … Continue reading The Witching Vault by Kathrin Hutson

The Aviator By Craig DiLouie

Flying is one of the coolest things on Earth and aircrafts are possibly the most awesome inventions created by mankind! They are faster than sound, look very slick and Craig DiLouie challenges our minds with them in this fast-paced thriller and IF you like adrenaline, The Aviator is the right book for you. So, we start off with Jack Knapp, an aviation officer held prisoner … Continue reading The Aviator By Craig DiLouie

Allaigna’s Song : Overture By J. M. Landels

Allaigna’s Song Overture by J. M. Landels is a pleasingly magic romance about family, kingdoms, the implications of destiny and choice that take us to three different paths, and lots of adventures. After the first chapter, we realize that although we don’t know much of what exactly are we are dealing with, we like it, and the reasons are clear, we relate to the story. … Continue reading Allaigna’s Song : Overture By J. M. Landels

“Man On Fire” by Humphrey Hawksley

If you like conspiracy theories, political issues, and tension between nations while secret operations are in progress, pay very close attention to this book, because Humphrey Hawksley is a pro in writing them, and the book was based on real occurrences, mostly, which you can tell by the details of the explanations. Man on Fire is about a special ops team designated in Little Diomede, … Continue reading “Man On Fire” by Humphrey Hawksley

“The Last of The Gifted, Book 2- Water Sight” By Marie Powell

Before I start the review, I want you to keep this in mind: BUY THIS BOOK Seriously. BUY THIS BOOK, and the previous one. Why? Because It’s SO FREAKING AMAZING, that you should actually panic. Marie Powell K I L L E D   I T! DAMN! I could not let this book go, not even after 150 pages read on the first stretch. It’s THAT … Continue reading “The Last of The Gifted, Book 2- Water Sight” By Marie Powell

“The Line Between” by Tosca Lee

Tosca Lee is one of those authors you thank god you’ve found and “The Line Between” is the testament to that. What an incredible book this is, but before we tell you why, let us talk a little about the skills the author offers. The first thing you will realize, is the authors ability to make us hold our breaths in expectation of what will … Continue reading “The Line Between” by Tosca Lee

Highwayman By M. J. Preston

A twisted young man that finds pleasure in killing, a dyslexic limp, money, a machete, the Feds and an author that means BUSINESS! Disclaimer: In order to keep our reviews Unbiased, we don’t accept payments beforehand, and we don’t get affiliate earnings on ANY book sales we review and promote. Thank you. Unlike some thrillers that take time to develop, Highway Man by  M. J. … Continue reading Highwayman By M. J. Preston