The Foundlings by R.M Garcia
Where to start, this book really intrigued me, I was immediately drawn in from the start; the author leaves no room for you to stray from wanting to continue reading. No matter how hard I tried, I found myself wanting to continue on, and each page left me wondering, “What is going to happen next.” I especially really liked how the author portrayed the characters, they were each somewhat relatable and I thought them to have very unique personalities Though I have to admit there were times I felt the urge to hit one of the characters over the head - (Which the reasons for that can only be known if you read the book yourself)
This book did not disappoint and I quite enjoyed how it went from a fast pace start and then lead the reader back to the beginning and portrays the events that lead up to the opening scene, though it did get a little confusing at first. I would recommend this to any vampire lover that does not mind change to the classic vampire folklore; this book not only delivers but also gives a refreshingly new twist into the world of vampires.
~Marie from Paranormal Reads
The Girl by Bryan Hall
Wow! I was not disappointed, you get a bit of mystery, suspense and of course the paranormal all in this short novel! In this book Crate has been called to help Tom find his missing daughter, who he believes is dead because he has seen her ghost. Crate is thrown into unraveling the truth about her disappearance, but is also haunted by his own past.
I was surprised to find out what actually happened to Amy, but it was because of the suspense and how well written this story was that kept me reading until the very end. To be quite honest I actually found this book to be more intriguing to me than The Vagrant, and look forward to see how the next book is. If it is anything like this one, I am sure I will enjoy it just as much.
I would give this Novella 5/5 bats