on Oct. 22, 2011
I just finished reading Lucifer's Odyssey and it is one of the best books I have read in a while. You follow the life journey of a demon prince whose story spans millions of years through good times and bad times, happiness, sadness,love and war. This book shines a whole new light on heaven/hell and the universe, so if you don't have an open mind do not read this book. I found it quite entertaining and eye opening and quite different from anything else I have read. I wish I had the talent of Mr. Rex Jameson, I can not wait for the Goblin Rebellion . Keep up the great work.
on Nov. 02, 2011
This is a collection of fantasy stories written somewhat like a fairy tale or fable. The stories are a collection of knights,monks,monsters and witches. Although I enjoyed the stories but some of the wording used was slightly annoying at times, maybe a little less medieval wording would have been better. Still, I will read more by this author. Good job!
Twenty-Five Years Ago Today
on Nov. 10, 2011
Stacy has created a story that not only holds your attention,but also keeps your mind always thinking and trying to guess what will happen.She has written a story that has quite a few overlapping mysteries that include guilt, fear, lies,murder and hidden secrets.But it also has love and perhaps a new beginning for some of the characters. This excellent book was written to make you believe that you were really there. I am so looking forward to reading more of Stacy Juba. Good Work! ( )
Dark Before Dawn
on Nov. 24, 2011
I thought this was a well written book and would really suggest this to any young adults who are interested in the paranormal, but I would also suggest it to all readers of all ages.
Another home run by Stacy Juba
Amaranth (The Resistance Trilogy, #1)
on Jan. 09, 2012
Camille is trying to make a new life away from the fear and abuse. She seemed to repeat the pattern of choosing abusive men until she met Gavin and his friend Gabe. They introduce her to a new world where she learns not to fear. I can't wait for The Gates to be released so I can continue the journey.
Broods of Fenrir
on Jan. 10, 2012
If you enjoy paranormal shape-shifters than you should read this novel. This author has made the storyline so believable that you almost believe they exist in the world.There is murder, love, and battles throughout the story. If you love werewolves then this is the read for you.
on Jan. 24, 2012
I have not started many books with the death of a main character. But this was not Lindsey's end it was her beginning. She wakes up in a beautiful field with Aiden, the Highlander. It was great to see a story where love can begin after a life has ended. It was a wonderful learning experience for both characters. The book did have some Christian references, but it did not diminish my enjoyment of the book.
Between is a wonderful story of love, romance and redemption. I recommend this book for everyone who wants to be enchanted just for a little while.
Between The Land And The Sea
on Feb. 16, 2012
This was an amazing story. The descriptions of the beautiful mermaids was so vivid you could almost see them in your mind. This story is about Marina and her search for who she is and who her mother was. She goes to her Aunt Abby's and cousin Cruz's house for her senior year while her father was away in Afghanistan. She inadvertently meets Lorelei the mermaid and then embarks on a journey to discover herself. With the help of Cruz,Megan and Ethan the hunk also her boyfriend she searches for her answers, where she finds she must make a very important decision.
This was a wonderfully written book and I can not wait to read Marina's Tales.
on Feb. 24, 2012
The problem I found with this book was that the characters were not completely thought out. I had a hard time getting into the book at first but it grew on me after a few chapters. Rayla, I think was a little paranoid about the darkness and someone following her from the Other World. Rayla and Cassie were always arguing not at all like the best friends they were supposed to be. Although I found it slow going I do want to read the next book. I do hope Rayla ends up with Luke and learns more about herself and the Fae. I do love the Fae.
A Marked Past
on Feb. 24, 2012
Wow! What a wonderful story, I had trouble putting it down to sleep. Lyla is a 16 year old who suddenly loses her father, and also finds out her mother is moving them from Chicago to Salem, the home of her fathers ancestors, and that is where she learns of her heritage and the man who is hunting her family to kill them all. Her Uncle Nathan and her two cousins,Mohana and Sage and her boyfriend Caleb all try to help her embrace her legacy and find a way to stop the witch hunter. There are covens, witches,witch hunters and lots of crazy witchy things going on. This is a series I must follow to the end. Can not wait for the next book.That is where she learns of her heritage and the man who is hunting her family to kill them all. Her Uncle Nathan and her two cousins,Mohana and Sage and her boyfriend Caleb all try to help her embrace her legacy and find a way to stop the witch hunter. There are covens, witches,witch hunters and lots of crazy witchy things going on. This is a series I must follow to the end. Can not wait for the next book.
Tales from Brookgreen: Gardens, Folklore, Ghost Stories, and Gullah Folktales in the South Carolina Lowcountry
on March 01, 2012
When I started to read this book I did not think I would like enjoy it, but when I really got into it I enjoyed it immensely. In my minds eye I could actually visualize Brookgreen Gardens, past and present. I have learned more about the Lowcountry after only a few stories. It is an awesome thing to learn about the history,legends,folklore and even some ghost stories of a place so close but never been there. There is war,building planting rice,death,sickness and romance all rolled up in this story. It is also fun to learn little things about the author and Aunt Corrie,Miss Genevieve and the Flaggs. Than you so much for allowing me the opportunity to read/review this wonderful book.