Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Book 2)By J.K. Rowling
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Review: 8/10 by Dominique11
Thrill on 1 June, 2011 - 03:10
Reading Alexander: Vanquish the Night was an absolute thrill. I would consider this story to be in categories along with Harry Potter and King Author. This chilling tale about a young man watching his family murdered in front of him. Alexander doesn't know why and who he should trust. That terrible night changes his life forever and leads him on an epic adventure. He finds the true meaning of loyalty, compassion, and truth from his friends and strangers.
Review: 5/10 by Joshua11
Enjoyable!!! on 31 May, 2011 - 14:39
I savor the moment when I can sit down and read a fulfilling story. The cover of Alexander: Vanquish the Night is what attracted me to it. I wasn't able to put this book down for a second. I've fallen in love with the book's hero, Alexander. He is driven by the death of his family in search of answers. Alexander will not rest until he finds what he has been searching for. Everyone should check out this enchanting book.
Review: 8/10 by Mathew84
Awesome on 27 May, 2011 - 01:16
My heart begin to race as the soldiers knocked at the door. I was in suspense, not knowing if Alexander would be caught. I literally wept when Selene and Alexander had to part ways. I was skeptical of whether or not they would see each other again. Lauren K. Pomeroy, the author of Alexander: Vanquish the Night is a captivating writer. She writes on a riveting level. I felt like I was galloping along side Alexander and Alucard. This book will have you mystified and astounded. I recommend that everyone purchase a copy today.
Review: 5/10 by Jennifer 1
Excellent Book!!! on 25 May, 2011 - 13:52
Alexander: Vanquish The Night is an exhilarating story that dates back to more than a hundred centuries. A young man destined to avenge his parents death.
Shocking twists and turns, take the story spiraling out of control. The young night strangely loses his memory and key pieces to who killed his parents are erased. Mystery, thrill, and suspense are all rolled up into one.
My favorite character in the story is Selene, a very uncanny woman. She holds all the secrets and answers that Alexander has been searching for. I absolutely enjoyed reading this book of romance and adventure. This book can be purchased on Amazon kindle for $4.99, very inexpensive.
Review: 9/10 by T_Mahaffy
Can NOT Wait on 19 May, 2011 - 11:03
I am super excited for this book to come out!!! I discovered it through FB and have not looked back. The cover attracted me instantly but as they say you can not judge a book by its cover. I know the cover is AMAZING but the chapters I have got to preview on the inside have proven to be more attractive than the cover!!! Over all I can not wait for the book to come out. oh and fyi the author herself is amazing!
Review: 10/10 by SassyBookLover
Amazing book on 15 May, 2011 - 22:23
I stumbled across this book on facebook and just the cover drew me in. (I'm a sucker when it comes to gorgeous book covers.)
I just couldn't put this book down it keeps you on your toes all the way through, your alway wondering whats going to happen next. So many twists and turns, not your average vampire story which is a great change.
Mindy she's just so amazing so easy to relate too, her best friend Markus now he's a hoot i truely loved him he reminded me of my bestie. Can't forget hunky Dean *whistles* he can come protect me anytime! *winks* Who could say no to a hottie in leather and who rides a motorcycle?! *giggles*
I'd recommend this book to anyone and everyone... It would have to be one of the best books i've read this year so far and i can't wait to sink my teeth into the next one cause at the end your left wanting more! I must say I was truely *CAPTIVATED* ;)
I just have to include this little teaser oooo it give's me goosebumps -
I let out a huff and forced a smile. “You’re a vampire.”
Review: 5/10 by tfalick
I can't WAIT! on 15 May, 2011 - 17:22
I have read the first 7 chapters, and am DYING to read this book! those teaser chapters have me OBSESSING~and that cover! *GASPING FOR AIR* I NEED this book! if you haven't read the chapters she has posted on Facebook, you NEED to read them! you are missing out if you haven't! EEEPPP! I want this book NOW! lol.
Review: 9/10 by Steven Buechler
Soundless wind on 1 April, 2011 - 02:11
"Sound is important to me as a writer. Or at least, the idea of sounds expressed in words, which is thr root and origin of writing, carries heft in my mind. As an investigative reporter I learned to when to chat to put an interviewee at ease, and when to shut up to let him tell the story I was interested in. As a novelist my relationship with words grew closer and more complicated because the shape and rhythm of what I wrote was crucial to the stories I told; I got into the habit of reading what I wrote out loud to make sure the words sounded right. So it is paradoxical, on the surface, that I should now be so focused on the idea of locating total silence.
Foy's journey into exploring silence is a topic I always was interested myself and his discoveries about the subject were enlightening to me.
Review: 7/10 by Steven Buechler
The Best Laid Plans on 20 March, 2011 - 10:02
While elements of this book may seem humorous to the point of being ridiculous for some, many people who are bummed out by the political/social/media institutions of Canada will find a strong element of truth to it.
-From pg 61
As a former resident of Ottawa, I was impressed by some of the details of the city.
-From pg. 166