Book 24: The Breathing Method by Stephen King
Another Short story by Mr. King, that was just okay. But hey everyone has their ups and downs.
Book 25: The Gold Eaters by Ronald Wright
A Great Historical fiction book about the hunt of gold in now South America. A young boy is captured and forced to learn English, so that he may lead the Spanish to the gold , that they seem to think flows throughout the land. The book follow the boy as he ages and how he grows as a man, who is nothing but a slave. His hunt for his family, and peace. I think this one is a must read!
Book 26: At the Water’s Edge by Sara Gruen
I loved Water for Elephants, so of course when I heard Sara Gruen has writing a new book, I just had to pick it up. And this one did not disappoint. A young woman on the hunt with her husband and his friend to find the Loch Ness Monster and bring honor back to her husbands name…only to lead down a path of destruction for him, and a life of truth for her, little by little her husbands lies breach the surface, and she no longer knows the man she has married. A wake up call is what she needs, and a life far from her own, is just enough to open her eyes, and really see the world….and prehaps a new love.
Book 27: The Night Season by Chelsea Cain
-Gretchen Lowell #4
First book that Gretchen really does not make an appearance…and I really wish she did, it just didn’t seem right without her. She does play a major part at the end, so hopefully the next book will have much more Gretchen!
Book 28: No One Else Can Have You by Kathleen Hale
-No One else Can Have You #1
-This one was just okay, it had its good and bad moments, but what really made me rate it a 3 instead of a 4 is the love interest between a 21 year old boy, and a 15 year old girl…besides that, it was a pretty decent book.