I’ve been very satisfied with my Booksirens review service. It’s effective at gathering a wide array of reader-types to get an honest consensus at a very affordable price.
The quality of the reviews varies greatly, but they’re generally good at summarizing the strengths/weaknesses and describing the genre and style. One of my favorite reviews was this one, which made me hope she’ll seek out some other challenges to the reader. Other times, the book gets one paragraph, but it’s an accurate paragraph.
Every once in a while, however, there comes a review of such pristine beauty (the sort in which every word shines on its own and within the greater syntactical context) that I find myself lost in stunned reverie. I share this review with you not because I am procrastinating nor because the plot I have constructed for Bay of Blood is too complex to occur in any combination of the galactic dice in any known or unknown universe. No, I share this with you because you will remember it years from now. It may haunt you.
Prepare yourself. Have a seat. Breathe.
I found this book to be intriguing. It’s a good read and one that you’ll need to follow. I may have missed a couple things because i read 3 books at a time.
I received this from a ARC and this is my honest opinion. I believe you’d enjoy it.
I cried. I literally cried the first time I read it. The way it captured my story and gave such a clear picture of the book’s tone. I’m intrigued as to which couple of things may have been missed. Chapters, perhaps? Maybe the file download was missing. Who knows; who cares? I’m on cloud nine after getting a rave like that!
Anyway, this is my long way of telling you that my Booksirens time for Vampire is almost up…BUT…I have extra downloads for which, I am charged nothing. So… you know somebody who’s looking for a good book. You say, “Hey, if you want, you can go here https://booksirens.com/book/2Q6922G/R33KNOI and download The Strange Case of the Barrington Hills Vampire for free! All you have to do is promise to leave an honest review on goodreads or amazon.” Your friend’s review doesn’t have to be as good as the one I showed you (really, how could it be?) — just a description and positives/negatives.
This is a win-win-win situation. You get to give a gift. Your friend gets to read the book. And I get reviews. And nobody pays a dime for any of it.
The 4th book is probably going to be set in Maine. I’ve been reading about some coastal possibilities for settings. There was a bad fire in Maine in the late 40s. Reading the eyewitness accounts has captivated me in the same way I was captivated reading about the New England Vampire scare. That’s a good sign.
Take good care,