Indie Book Club Reviews

In February 2024 after joining Threads, a new text based social platform someone on my feed suggested starting an Indie book club. (I'm following only other writers here.)

Another book clubber mentioned writing reviews of the books we read for the club. I wrote back saying if we ALL wrote a review and linked to the author we could grow our audience exponentially.

 

So look to this page for reviews and links to all the books we read.

    1. Fate's Captive
      CJ Holmes

      My Review:
      Thoroughly impressed with this first book. Started on Saturday and I couldn’t stop. Even at the expense of my own writing.CJ Holmes captivated me from the first page. And that ending. Wow! I need to find out what happens.

    2. Inked
      Sienna Zini

      My Review of Inked:
      Escaping his father’s Mafia family is more difficult than Nick thought. He thinks he’s found a way. But like that famous line from the Godfather:
      Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in.

      This book is a page turner. and Sienna Zini deserves a wide audience.

      Inked has romance, intrigue, and is unputdownable. It’s the second book in the past week that I read in a matter of days. Inked is so engaging that I picked up the sequel and am now thirty pages into Engraved.

      Inked was so engaging I picked up the sequel immediately following Inked.
      Here's my review of Engraved:
      Escaping his father’s Mafia family is more difficult than Nick thought. He thinks he’s found a way. But like that famous line from the Godfather:
      Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in.

      This book is a page turner. and Sienna Zini deserves a wide audience.

      Inked has romance, intrigue, and is unputdownable. It’s the second book in the past week that I read in a matter of days. Inked is so engaging that I picked up the sequel and am now thirty pages into Engraved.

      3. Sandra is Phoenix

      Greg Neyman

      Didn't know what to expect when this was the next book in my new Indie Book Club. 

       

      Definitely an interesting read. Part super hero, part tech with a mix of quantum science and and a bit of reincarnation theory if you look hard enough and are steeped in that paradigm. I'm big into the Many Worlds Theory and there is some of that here as well. For all these reasons and more I found this book fascinating. 

       

      Once I understood what was going on, I couldn't stop reading.   

      I liked Sandra as Sandra wasn't your typical woman, that she was a little out of shape. It gave her a more realistic appearance. I also liked that she only looks for people to help. 

      This may not be something you would typically read. But I think you'd be missing out.