Echo Species Intervention #6609
on April 21, 2013
I almost want to title this-let the truth be set free. You get a sense of truth in what J.K. is describing, her details draw you in, you feel for the circumstance, and live through the environment. Sadness, shame, realness, and truth come to light quickly, upfront, and in a very pressured mode. In saying that-the book is incredible, the light it gives to things right now in our lives is again, incredible. I would never want to go through some of what Echo faces but I enjoyed living in light of it, and relating to things in a sense. I can say- JK knows how to write characters, scenes, details and descriptions to create a movie sense in the book-and make you laugh, cry, feel anger, want to kill someone, and feel a sincere passion of the story. This is the second book in the Species Intervention #6609 Series. There are new characters, new creations, and a new scenario round about---and its phenomenal!
Armageddon Cometh, Species Intervention #6609 Book Three
on April 21, 2013
Yet another AMAZING story! Well, a continued series. JK again brings in some new twists, plots, story situations, characters, and wow....can we say HONESTY! She gives it to you straight, and if you can't handle the truth, it may not be your cup of tea. There is so much real, sadness, love, creating, spirit, and some amazing animal stories to follow. There are some amazing parts in the story where you will NOT be able to put the book down, well, through much of the book, but there were a few specific areas where I was just caught and couldn't stop, I'd end up being up all night reading til I passed out. LOL. I really can't wait to see what book 4 has to bring on, I am very excited for a few certain characters and what life ahead holds! And....eerily ready to check out the movie in my head! Thank you JK for writing with such descriptive, detailed, documented formats that it plays over in my mind as I read!
Hive, Species Intervention #6609, Book Four
on April 21, 2013
I can't say that I have ever read a series so quickly, but I was given the series and I gobbled them up. Like the other 3 books (Baby, Echo, Armageddon Cometh) Hive is certainly no different. You can taste the talent J.K. has because she simply makes the books flow, one to another and in such a sense that you will be forever reveling in a world of what if and is it really happening in that sense? I am NOT one to read sci-fi or paranormal things in this nature, but something drew me to what she had going on. In Hive we pick up on things already going on and carried over from Armageddon Cometh, but not in a sense that it couldn't stand alone and be descriptive and capture-because it could and would! However, I feel like things heat up, become more desperate, and are more truth bewildering in Hive. I understand the struggle, the sense of urgency, and the connection J.K. is making to things in life now. As horrifying as things in the book can be, it very much is a real situation in life today. JK gives you some shocks you didn't expect, some turns unknown, and then leaves you wanting and needing more.... speaking of which---is book 5 DONE YET?!?!?! This is an amazing series, and Hive, book 4 in the series, certainly does not let you down! Honestly-its another one of those movie moments-make you cry when you read it, make you feel the essence of the what each character is feeling, and shed the tears with the heartbreak! 5 stars isn't enough for the series I thought I would never pick-up!
It's All About Trust
on June 03, 2013
Well hello everyone! I'm James and I am 12 years old. Reading is my hobby!
I was finally able to unleash my reading frenzy on this amazingly fun tale.
Ocker Oscar: What Happened Down Under,
written by the talented A.R. Dent.
In this comical adventure we learn about Oscar and his adventures in
learning to live with his new family, the things he needs to know
in life (really farting in the bathtub is the greatest laughable moment EVER),
and the fun to be had! Its awesome the connection to cat. Oscar is left to
explore what is going on, and has to learn some things about the world,
like dealing with the mom, and loving Jack.
As you read this book remember Oscar is the author,
it will help things flow.
This is certainly an adventure I enjoyed, and I hope to share
it with my brothers in the future. Most laughable moment of course,
A great book I could read again, relate to, and share.
Fun, perfect for other kids my age,
and lots of adventures with Oscar.
Looking forward to more in the future!
Easily 5 stars.
Purchase Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/282721