This week for review I got:
The Caldecott Chronicles #1 by RG Bullet
Although the word zombie is never used in the Caldecott Chronicles the undead, the ungodly, the beef squad, and stumblers certainly are. The bizarre and gruesome details are narrated in a journal by a very Aristocratic British gent. Get a first hand look on how the Victorian upper class deal with stumbling trespassers and see how one draws ones inspiration from a teenage girl born to kill.
What did you get this week?
I just went out to my mailbox (against my better judgement because it's midnight and below freezing) and found a wicked cool surprise!!
Tears of the Broken by A.M. Hudson! I'm excited! It's beautiful!
When you love someone, there's nothing you wouldn't forgive.
But what about murder?
Ara-Rose will learn that life is fashioned from one tragedy after the next, and that sometimes, the truth people hide from you is nothing you could have imagined.
But Ara has secrets of her own, and she's willing to take them to her grave--a place David Knight will fight to keep her from.