Posted in Last Week / This Week in a Coulee, WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday, with What Happened Last Week / This Week in a Coulee #travelingsistersread #travelingfriendsreads #bookbloggers

img_1384-0

WWW Wednesday! is a meme hosted by Sam@Taking on a World of Words where we answer the three questions below and leave a link to your post in the comments for others to look at. No blog? No problem! Just leave a comment with your responses.

The three Ws are:

  • What are you currently reading?
  • What did you recently finish reading?
  • What do you think you will read next?

Let’s get started……….

What we are currently reading:

Web_L147-3_brunette_brown-eyes Dear Mrs. BirdDear Mrs. Bird by A.J. Pearce

Norma is starting Mrs. Bird with our Traveling Friends.  Lindsay and I will be joining in soon.

 

My Real Name Is HannaMy Real Name Is Hanna by Tara Lynn Masih

img_6349Web_L149-2_blonde_blue-eyesBrenda and Lindsay are reading My Real Name is Hanna with our Traveling Sisters.

I have just started When the Lights Go Out and enjoying it so far.  The discussion is going on in the Traveling Sisters group.  I can’t wait to jump into the discussion.  Lindsay will be joining in soon.  Norma has already finished this one.

When the Lights Go Out    When the Lights Go Out by Mary Kubica

LC15-2

What we have finished:

The Death of Mrs. WestawayThe Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware

Lindsay finished this one with our Traveling Freinds and Norma and I joined in on the discussion.  This was such a fun one to read in a group. It was interesting to see the different thoughts everyone had on this one.

What we thought:

Overall the Friends really enjoyed this one and thought it was a fun, entertaining and fast-paced read.  When Norma and I read this one it left our heads spinning trying to keep track of the characters and how they were connected.  One friend pointed out to me she thought maybe one of the reasons it worked better for her was because she read it in one sitting and that helped her keep track of everyone.   It did seem like the friends and sisters who read this one in one or two sittings enjoyed it more than us.

3 out of 5 for a fun, and entertaining read

4 out 5 chance it will have your head spinning

4 out 5 chance it will give you a book hangover from reading it all night

4 out 5 for a fast-paced read to hold your attention

5 out of 5 for unlikable characters

Good chance you will either love this one or not at all!!!

Who we recommend to:

We recommend to readers who like a slower paced mystery, with some family and drama that needs you to pay attention and for anyone who likes a good atmospheric and gothic read.

The Other WomanThe Other Woman by Sandie Jones

The Other Woman is a fun and entertaining domestic suspense thriller with some very unlikable characters.

What we thought:

We enjoyed the different take here with who the other woman is.  We liked the very unlikable characters who left us with a lot to discuss.  We had differing thoughts on what we thought of the ending and it separated us with how we felt about this story.

3 out of 5 for a fun, and entertaining read

4 out 5 for a different take on the other woman

5 out of 5 for unlikable characters

4 out of 5 for character development

Who we recommend to:

I recommend this one to readers looking for an entertaining and fun read with some very unlikable character and an ending that we will challenge your detective skills. There is some need to spend some disbelieve with some of the actions of these characters.

Not Her DaughterNot Her Daughter by Rea Frey

Not Her Daughter explores the lengths a woman goes to save a child from her mother.

What we thought:

We had some very different thoughts on this one.  Some of us really enjoyed this one and then some who had mixed feelings and some of us this story did not work for us.

Norma’s Stats: 
Cover: Eye-catching and an extremely fitting representation to the storyline.
Title: Drew us all in instantly & perfectly ties into the plot.
Writing/Prose: readable, straightforward
Ending: Maybe unrealistic but I felt it fit the story well and ended just the way I wanted it to.
Overall: A very good read for me but there were some aspects to this story in the way that a character was portrayed that didn’t sit well with me and for some of us TS and therefore interfered a little bit with our overall enjoyment towards this novel. And I found some areas much more engrossing than others.

Who we recommend this one to:

Would recommend to thriller fans looking for a unique approach to your usual kidnapping story.  However, it will require you to suspend disbelief as there is a lot of events and stereotypes to this story that really seemed implausible.

The Lightkeeper's DaughtersThe Lightkeeper’s Daughters by Jean E. Pendziwol

Norma read this one with our Traveling Friends and everyone just loved this story.  It goes on our list as a huggable book that has become a favorite for us.

 

Norma’s Stats:
Cover:  Love that beautiful and eye-catching cover!
Title:  Fits the story well and had me totally intrigued.
Writing/Prose: Beautifully written, eloquent and spellbinding.
Plot:  Interesting, held my attention and loved everything about it.
Ending: Took me a little by surprise and loved how all the storylines came together. Moving, memorable and satisfying.
Overall: An outstanding read! Would highly recommend!

Who we recommend to:

We recommend to everyone!!!

img_6405

What will be starting this week

Her Mother's Grave (Detective Josie Quinn, #3)Her Mother’s Grave by Lisa Regan

 

 

 

Truth and Lies (DI Amy Winter, #1)Truth and Lies by Caroline Mitchell

 

 

 

Have you read any of these titles?  What are you reading?  What have you just finished?  Drop us a comment!  We would love to hear from you!!

Graphics by Lovelytocu

Posted in Last Week / This Week in a Coulee, WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday! with What Happened Last Week / This Week in a Coulee #travelingsistersread #bookbloggers

img_1384-0

Since Norma and I have been joining in on a meme almost everyday, we decided to join in on WWW Wednesday.

WWW Wednesday! is a meme hosted by Sam@Taking on a World of Words  where we answer the three questions below and leave a link to your post in the comments for others to look at. No blog? No problem! Just leave a comment with your responses.

The three Ws are:

  • What are you currently reading?
  • What did you recently finish reading?
  • What do you think you will read next?

Let’s get started……….

What we are currently reading:

Norma is reading The Lightkeeper’s Daughters with our Traveling Friends.

The Lightkeeper's DaughtersThe Lightkeeper’s Daughters by Jean E. Pendziwol

 

 

I am a little out of control and have a few books on the go.  I usually have three but right now I have about five, but really that is not reasonable for me and I am not really reading a couple of them.  I have only really started a couple but need to just focus on three of them to finish.  So the three I am currently reading are:

I am reading The Home for Unwanted Girls with my Traveling Friends.  Norma and Lindsay have finished and both loved it.

The Home for Unwanted Girls

The Home for Unwanted Girls by Joanna Goodman

 

 

Lindsay and I are reading Not Her Daughter with our Traveling Sisters.  Norma has finished this one and it was a good one for her.

Not Her Daughter

Not Her Daughter by Rea Frey

 

 

Lindsay and I are also reading The Word is Murder with our Traveling Friends.

The Word Is Murder

The Word Is Murder by Anthony Horowitz

 

 

Kristin has joined in writing part of this post with me.  She has written most of the content below.

What we have finished:

Beasts of Extraordinary CircumstanceBeasts of Extraordinary Circumstance by Ruth Emmie Lang

What we thought:

Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance is a unique read with an atmospheric setting and whimsical plot. We got lost in the magic of this one, and fell in love with the entire cast of characters, namely the main protagonist, Weylyn, whose humility and genuine innocence pays tribute to the power of kindness.

Who we recommend to:

This one is recommended for readers who enjoy magical-realism, a shout out to nature, and vivid imagery in their fiction. It’s also a great introduction to magical-realism, for those who haven’t yet dabbled.

Norma and Kristin’s review

Overall Review Rating Scale 

5 out of 5 for a safe, easy, quick, and whimsical read

4 out of 5 for depth and complexity

4 out of 5 for character development

Rust & StardustRust & Stardust by T. Greenwood

Our reviews

A heartbreaking, fictional depiction of the real-life abduction and abuse of Sally Horner. This author uses beautiful writing to tell a tragic story but is thankfully merciful with details and the omission of graphic descriptions. The content will easily dismantle you, but there are pockets of hope to be found inside the hearts of many of these characters. 

What we thought:

We all fell in love with Sally and our hearts went out to her.  We thought T. Greenwood wrote a beautiful story here while keeping details to a minimal.

Who we recommend to:

Would recommend to those unopposed to a gut-wrenching reading journey, and ones with no strong emotional triggers to abuse.  We highly recommend to reading groups, it was nice to have friends to discuss our feelings with.

Overall Review Rating Scale 

5 out of 5 for a heart-wrenching read

5 out 5 for a well-done and sensitive read.

5 out of 5 for characters who crawled in our minds and didn’t leave us.

The WifeThe Wife by Alafair Burke

A fun, twisty ride with a gradual build-up of mystery and surprise. This domestic thriller takes a more gentle approach than those of the fast-paced variety, and zeros in on the declining relationship between a husband and wife. Deceit and betrayal make for some interesting drama, with clever little reveals lurking around each corner that you’re likely to never see coming.
Who we recommend it to:
Would recommend to readers who enjoy a layered plot and a slow-burning mystery, and of course, some good old-fashioned craziness!

Overall Review Rating Scale 

3 out of 5 for a fun, entertaining read

3 out 5 for a fast-paced read to hold your attention

4 out of 5 for unlikable characters

What we started this week:

The Lightkeeper's DaughtersThe Lightkeeper’s Daughters by Jean E. Pendziwol

 

 

 

The Home for Unwanted GirlsThe Home for Unwanted Girls by Joanna Goodman

 

 

 

The Last Mrs. ParrishThe Last Mrs. Parrish by Liv Constantine

 

 

 

Next Year in HavanaNext Year in Havana by Chanel Cleeton

Posted in Last Week / This Week in a Coulee

Last Week / This Week in a Coulee #travelingsistersread #travelingfriendsread #BookReview

What We Finished

Sister of MineSister of Mine by Laurie Petrou

Norma and I read Sister of Mine with Mackenzie and Berit.  We all really enjoyed this story of two sisters.  It seemed like the perfect book for Norma and I.  Norma has often referred to me as “That Sister of Mine”.  Now our relationship is nothing like this complicated relationship between these sisters though.  We are boring compared to them.

WHAT WE THOUGHT:

We all thought this was a fast-paced, entertaining, and easy read that focused more on the suspense and these characters to move this well-written story forward.

WHO WE RECOMMEND IT TO:

We recommend to everyone looking for some good storytelling that doesn’t rely on any shocking twists to make for an interesting and fun story.

Our New Overall Review Rating Scale (broken down with a rating for each category)

5 out of 5 for a safe, easy, quick, and light read with a little bit of darkness

4 out of 5 for depth and complexity

4 out of 5 for character development

5 out of 5 for a well-written suspenseful story

Our reviews

Mackenzie’s review

Our HouseOur House by Louise Candlish

I read Our House with seven of my Traveling Sisters and we were split on how we felt about this one.

WHAT WE THOUGHT:

Some of us really enjoyed the unique premise of this story and really enjoyed the twists to this one.  The rest of us found it a bit slow and some actions of the character just didn’t add up for them.

WHO WE RECOMMEND IT TO:

I recommend this Domestic Suspense Thriller to readers who are looking for a safer yet different angle to a thriller with a touch of drama.

Overall Review Rating Scale 

5 out of 5 for a safe, easy, quick, and light read 

4 out of 5 for depth and complexity

4 out of 5 for character development

 Brenda and Lindsay’s review

Our Traveling blogger Sisters

Debra’s review

Carol’s review

Our Traveling Sisters reviews on Goodreads

ChristinaDianeRose

Our Homesick SongsOur Homesick Songs by Emma Hooper

Lindsay and I read Our Homesick Songs with three of our Traveling Sisters. Reading this one together and discussing it really enhanced our reading experience.

WHAT WE THOUGHT:

Overall, we all really enjoyed this unique, slow-paced, magical and charming story.  It does take some patience and focus to appreciate the magic and charm to this story.  For Lindsay, she struggled with connecting to the atmosphere of the story and the way the story was written.  It made it hard for her to connect to the story.

WHO WE RECOMMEND IT TO:

I recommend to readers looking for something different here in a story where the focus is on connecting with the characters through the setting and the elements to the story.

Brenda and Christina’s review

Marialyce’s review

Diane’s review on Goodreads

Something in the WaterSomething in the Water by Catherine Steadman

Norma read Something in the Water with eight of our Traveling Friends and there were definitely some different views here on this story. This one made for a very interesting discussion and there were a few different views discussed.

WHO WE RECOMMEND IT TO:

Even though Something in The Water left a few friends rating this one lower, it really made for a fun and interesting group read.  We highly recommend for reading groups.  There is a lot going on here with this one to discuss.

Overall Review Rating Scale 

4 out of 5 for a safe, easy, quick, and light read with a little bit of darkness

4 out of 5 for depth and complexity

3 out of 5 for character development

 Norma’s Review

For our Traveling Sisters’ reviews on Goodreads:

Kaceey  Rose

Leave No TraceLeave No Trace by Mindy Mejia

Norma read Leave No Trace on her own this week because there were a few books that we were reading that she didn’t have.  So she snuck in a couple of books from her NetGalley shelf.

WHAT NORMA THOUGHT:

Norma read Mindy Mejia’s first novel Everything You Want Me To Be and really enjoyed it so she was happy to dive into Leave No Trace.  She found it to have an enjoyable and suspenseful storyline with a captivating setting and characters.

WHO WE RECOMMEND IT TO:

Anyone who enjoys an unputdownable psychological thriller with well-developed characters and a unique premise but you will need to be able to suspend disbelief here though.

Overall Review Rating Scale 

5 out of 5 for an easy, quick, and light read with a little bit of darkness

4 out of 5 for depth and complexity

4 out of 5 for character development

3 out of 5 for believability

Norma’s Review

Harry's TreesHarry’s Trees by Jon Cohen

Harry’s Trees is another one that Norma read on her own this week.

WHAT NORMA THOUGHT:

Norma was totally lost in the imagery of this endearing, fabulously and magically written novel!

WHO WE RECOMMEND IT TO:

Anyone who enjoys a magical story with a bit of a fairy tale incorporated into it but with a strong dose of reality.

Overall Review Rating Scale 

5 out of 5 for a safe, easy, quick, and light read with a little bit of darkness

5 out of 5 for depth and complexity

5 out of 5 for character development

Norma’s Review

What we have starting this week:

Not Her DaughterNot Her Daughter by Rea Frey

 

 

 

 

The Air You BreatheThe Air You Breathe by Frances de Pontes Peebles

 

 

 

 

The Word Is MurderThe Word Is Murder by Anthony Horowitz

Posted in Last Week / This Week in a Coulee

Last Week / This Week In a Coulee #travelingsistersread

What We Finished

An Unwanted GuestAn Unwanted Guest by Shari Lapena

Norma and I read An Unwanted Guest with seven of our Traveling Sisters and this was a fun and entertaining read which brought out a great discussion for us all.

WHAT WE THOUGHT:

Even though our Goodreads rating varied it was one we all really enjoyed reading and discussing.  It caught our attention right from the start, right until the last page. One twist really stood out for us and we all loved it.  It left us all with something to say and we were so satisfied after that twist.

WHO WE RECOMMEND IT TO:

We recommend An Unwanted Guest for anyone looking for a fun, light, chilling and entertaining story. A great one for in between some of those darker thrillers you might be reading or for readers who don’t like anything too dark.  We also highly recommend to reading groups as there is plenty to talk about with suspects and theories.

Our New Overall Review Rating Scale (broken down with a rating for each category)

5 out of 5 for a fun and entertaining read

5 out of 5 for a safe, easy, quick, and light read with a little bit of darkness

3 out of 5 for depth and complexity

4 out of 5 for character development

Our Reviews

For our blogging Traveling Sisters’ reviews:

Mackenzie’s Review, Marialyce’s Review, Carol’s review, Melisa’s Review, Debra’s review

 

Bring Me BackBring Me Back by B.A. Paris

Lindsay and I read Bring Me Back with our Traveling Friends and this was such a fun and great discussion.  Eight of our friends joined in on the discussion for this one.

WHAT WE THOUGHT:

Overall we all mostly had the same thoughts on this one and we all enjoyed reading and discussing it.  We all found this to be a fun and entertaining story, however, the story is far-fetched and a bit on the ridiculous side.   Norma described it best by saying it is ridiculously fun and entertaining. This for some was what made this one a gem for us.  For a couple Friends, it just didn’t work for them.

WHO WE RECOMMEND IT TO:

We recommend Bring Me Back to anyone looking for a fun and entertaining read that might just test what you consider ridiculous.  We highly recommend this one to reading groups as it is so fun to see everyone’s different views on this one.  It seems like one of those you either really like it or not at all.

Ratings

4 out of 5 for a fun and entertaining read

5 out of 5 for a far-fetched and entertaining read

2 out of 5 for depth and complexity

3 out of 5 for character development

Brenda’s & Lindsay’s Reviews

Norma’s Review

 

Her Mother's Grave (Detective Josie Quinn, #3)Her Mother’s Grave by Lisa Regan

I read Her Mother’s Grave with three of my Traveling Sisters and we all really enjoyed this one and had similar thoughts on this one.  Her Mother’s Grave is the third book in the Detective Josie Quinn Series.

WHAT WE THOUGHT:

This story was a favorite to the series for me and a couple other TS and one of my favorite series.

WHO WE RECOMMEND IT TO:

Norma hasn’t read the second and first book to this series and we are hoping to schedule a Traveling Friends Group read for those two.

4 out of 5 for depth and complexity

4 out of 5 for character development

3 out of 5 for darkest.  There is a little dark to this one but we still found it to be a safer and easy read. 

Brenda’s review

For our blogging Traveling Sisters’ reviews:

Debra’s review, Berit’s review

On Goodreads

Mary Beth’s review

Vanishing Girls (Detective Josie Quinn, #1)Vanishing Girls by Lisa Regan

 

 

 

Our Reviews

The Girl With No Name (Detective Josie Quinn, #2)The Girl With No Name by Lisa Regan

 

Our reviews

 

 

Believe MeBelieve Me by J.P. Delaney

I read Believe Me with five of my Traveling Sisters and we had some different views on this one.

WHAT WE THOUGHT:

I and one other TS sister struggled with suspending disbelief while reading this one and we were left a little grumpy reading this one.  The rest of our sisters really enjoyed this one and had some fun reading it.  There were some really great elements to this story that really made this a unique read.  Please check out my review and my Traveling Sisters to see our different thoughts on this one.

WHO WE RECOMMEND IT TO:

I recommend this one to readers who are looking for a fast-paced, interesting and unique story that you will need to suspend one’s disbelief to really enjoy this story.

4 out of 5 for a fun and entertaining read 

3 out of 5 for depth and complexity

4 out of 5 for character development

2 out of 5 for believability 

Brenda’s Reviews

For our blogging Traveling Sisters’ reviews:

Mackenzie’s review, Berit’s review, Melisa’s review

On Goodreads

Christina’s review

 

What we have starting this week:

 

Our HouseOur House by Louise Candlish

 

 

 

Our Homesick SongsOur Homesick Songs by Emma Hooper

 

 

 

With You AlwaysWith You Always by Rena Olsen

 

 

 

The Death of Mrs. WestawayThe Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware

 

 

 

Something in the WaterSomething in the Water by Catherine Steadman

 

 

 

I'll Be Gone in the Dark: One Woman's Obsessive Search for the Golden State KillerI’ll Be Gone in the Dark: One Woman’s Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer by Michelle McNamara

 

 

What do you think of our new rating system?  Is it helpful, confusing or should we just stop doing it?  lol Drop a comment and let us know.

Are there any you have read or would like to read?  Drop us a comment!

Posted in Last Week / This Week in a Coulee

Last Week / This Week In A Coulee #travelingsistersread

What We Finished

Three Days MissingThree Days Missing by Kimberly Belle
Norma and I read Three Days Missing with four of our Traveling Sisters and we all ended up in the same coulee with our thoughts on this one.

WHAT WE THOUGHT:

We all enjoyed this lighter story, yet unsettling story of a missing child who goes missing while at a school camp.  We found it had just the right amount of tension and darkness to move the story forward but still keep it on the lighter side.

WHO WE RECOMMEND TO:

We recommend Three Days Missing to anyone looking for an easy fast-paced lighter thriller with just enough dark to leave you feeling a little chilled but not disturbed after finishing.

Brenda, Lindsay and Mary Beth’s review

 

Sold on a MondaySold on a Monday by Kristina McMorris

Norma and I read Sold on Monday with six of our Traveling Sisters.  We all started off intrigued by what we thought was the premise of the story that was inspired by an actual newspaper photograph, however, it is not the story that was told here.

WHAT WE THOUGHT:

We all ended a bit disappointed with this story as we really wanted the story to be more about the actual newspaper photograph.  The story became more about the characters and their search for answers.  Maybe if we had been aware of that we would not have been so disappointed.

WHO WE RECOMMEND TO:

We recommend to readers looking for a lighter story with some drama to take away from some of the dark to the story.

Norma, Lindsay and I will be posting our reviews closer to publication date August 28, 2018.

For now, you can find our Traveling Sister’s reviews here on Goodreads.

Angela,  Debra, Diane, Marialyce

The DisappearingThe Disappearing by Lori Roy

I read The Disappearing with six of my Traveling Sisters and ended up on different sides of the Coulee with this one.

WHAT WE THOUGHT:

We really enjoyed the atmosphere with this one and it really made the story for us, however, there was a lot going on with this story that weighted down the story for us.

WHO WE RECOMMEND TO:

I recommend to readers who enjoy a gothic atmospheric read with a small town mystery.

Brenda’s review 

For reviews from my Traveling Sisters, you can find links to their blogs on the bottom of my review.

 

The Lost for Words BookshopThe Lost for Words Bookshop by Stephanie Butland

Norma read The Lost for Words Bookshop with Kris and both had similar thoughts on the story.

WHAT WE THOUGHT:

We both really enjoyed this wonderfully charming, light, moving, and endearing tale that is set in the greatest place ever, a bookshop.

WHO WE RECOMMEND TO:

We recommend The Lost for Words Bookshop to all of you book lovers out there or to anyone who loves an endearing main character.

Norma and Kris’s review

What we have starting this week:

An Unwanted GuestAn Unwanted Guest by Shari Lapena

 

 

 

The Masterpiece

The Masterpiece by Fiona Davis

 

 

 

The Girl Who Smiled Beads: A Story of War and What Comes AfterThe Girl Who Smiled Beads: A Story of War and What Comes After by Clemantine Wamariya

 

 

Are there any you have read or would like to read?  Drop us a comment!

Posted in Last Week / This Week in a Coulee

Last Week / This Week In A Coulee #travelingsistersread

What We Finished

The Summer ListThe Summer List by Amy Mason Doan

Norma and I read The Summer List with two of our Traveling Sisters and two more joined in on our discussion.  This one starts off with a nice light read, however, these reunited estranged friends have secrets.

WHAT WE THOUGHT:

We really enjoyed some elements to this story.   The lazy summer on the lake, scenic small town, scavenger hunt and a secret to add some mystery to the story that brought back memories for some of us.  We appreciated Amy Mason Doan keeps the teen drama low here and still pulls off great dynamics between our main characters.

WHO WE RECOMMEND TO:

We recommend this to anyone looking for a nice light read with a dark twist.  With a few more weeks left in Summer, this makes for a great summer read but also with that descriptive atmosphere.  It also would make a great winter read to stir up some warmer summer memories.

For our reviews

For our Traveling Sisters reviews:

Kris’s review   Suzy’s review  Berit’s review  Debra’s review

 

A Constellation of Vital PhenomenaA Constellation of Vital Phenomena by Anthony Marra

A Constellation of Vital Phenomena really highlights what a master writer can do but it takes some time and focus and might not become clear to the end of the story.

WHAT WE THOUGHT:

This was a story we really appreciated reading and were so glad to of had the opportunity to share our thoughts with each other.

WHO WE RECOMMEND TO:

We recommend to anyone wanting to delve deep into a vividly dense extraordinary story like you have never read before.  We highly recommend for group reads and especially for book clubs who meet in person.  So much to talk about with this one.

For my review

For Marialyce’s stunning review

 

GhostedGhosted by Rosie Walsh

Ghosted is an interesting read that explores a few different things that you might not expect.  The title and cover really do this story justice.

WHAT WE THOUGHT:

We had a few very strong views on this one and well I think maybe reading our different reviews might be easier.

WHO WE RECOMMEND TO:

We highly recommend Ghosted to readers who are looking for a story that digs a little deeper into the emotional side with a twist that might leave you surprised. If you are looking to connect to these characters based on their relationship and love story alone this might not be the one for you. As always we recommend you give it a try to find out where you might land with this story.

For Norma, Kris and my review’s

For our Traveling Sisters reviews:

For Carol’s review

For our Traveling Sisters that had different views from us:

Angela’s review

and you can find more of our Traveling Sisters reviews who left the Coulee on Goodreads.

What we are starting this week

The Ruin (Cormac Reilly, #1)The Ruin by Dervla McTiernan

 

 

 

Beasts of Extraordinary CircumstanceBeasts of Extraordinary Circumstance by Ruth Emmie Lang

 

 

 

Believe MeBelieve Me by J.P. Delaney