The Red Review

So Many Books… So Little Time!

by Lisa T. Bergren “Thank you, Evangelia. For the greatest honor anyone has ever bestowed upon me. Thank you for trusting me.” Deluge Welcome back for fifth and final day of my favorite series!  Deluge : Severe Flooding The title of this book holds many meanings, at least in my own interpretation (forgive me, Lisa …

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by Lisa T. Bergren “And in that moment, I glimpsed hope again, like a shaft of light piercing the darkness of my soul. Felt a lifting deep within, as if I’d been turned from the end of a bottomless cave, back toward the exit.” Bourne Welcome back for day four of my favorite series!  Written …

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by Lisa T. Bergren “My eyes shifted to the trickling river. Come spring, it would be ten times as wide and just as deep. On and on it went, rushing toward the distant horizon. Like time. Like life. Sometimes gently falling from one pool into the other, other times fast and cascading, and still other …

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by Lisa T. Bergren “He moved to kiss my forehead, my eyes, my cheeks, my lips for several long, searching moments. Right then, I wished we could stay together. Forever.” Cascade Welcome back for day two of my favorite series! I absolutely love the second installment of the River of Time Series, but I could …

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by Lisa T. Bergren “I am here for a reason. This is no haphazard mistake. What good can I do with what I have?” Waterfall I had the greatest pleasure of re-reading one of my all time favorite series last week. I know that I have already reviewed the series as a whole, but I …

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by Lisa T. Bergren As I have expressed previously, I am a big fan of Lisa T. Bergren’s writing! Each series varies so differently than the rest. From time traveling to medieval Italy to plantations in the West Indies to Dystopian… you will never be bored with her novels! To add variety to my typical …

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by Jocelyn Green What is courage, but moving forward in the face of fear? If there was nothing to be afraid of, we would have no need to be brave. – Between Two Shores – Jocelyn Green – Over the last few days, I have hungrily read Between Two Shores, having given up a few …

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by Annie Sullivan During one of my many bargain hunts at Mardels Bookstore, I came across this unique and wonderful retelling of King Midas’ daughter who as a young girl was turned to gold. I don’t typically read fantasy/adventure novels, but was captivated by the beautiful design of the cover and the book did not …

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