Enigma is the first book in a six book series by Ditter Kellen. It is a Paranormal Romance and the first book I’ve read by Ditter. I plan to pick up the second book, Naura, today. Enigma was published in February 2016 with Book 6, Gryke, being published on December 9, 2016. The great thing about this series is you will not have to wait for the next book to be published.
My Four Star Review:
This is definitely an intriguing story. I love a good paranormal and this one totally grabbed my right after I read, he looks like a human but bigger and he has a six chamber heart and to top it off gills along his sides. Yes, pulled me right in.
Abbie is a wonderful leading lady and Hauke is your typical “You are my mate and I love you!” kind of guy but I’ve got to say, the secondary characters are amazing as well. So I’m not surprised they will be getting their own books.
The writing was a bit choppy for me at the beginning but things seem to flow more smoothly by the end of the book and I’m looking forward to finding out how this story end.
If you like a good paranormal, then definitely pick up Enigma today.
More About Enigma:
Doctor Abbigail Sutherland is used to being alone. Between twelve hour shifts at the hospital and looking after her eccentric father, she has very little time for much else. Until an unexpected call one night, sends her racing to the lab where she discovers a secret that could change the world forever.
Hauke awakens after an underwater explosion, strapped to a bed and on his way to a site known as Area 51. His only hope for survival lies in Abbie Sutherland, the beautiful doctor that saved his life. Amidst a deadly virus, seemingly impossible to stop, and a corrupt Government placing a price on their heads, Hauke and Abbie run for their lives, uncovering conspiracies, deceptions, and a love that won’t be denied…
I received a copy of this book through NetGalley.
As Always, Keep Writing/Keep Reading ~ janisf
Brilliant, Action Packed, Amazing, second book in The Seventh series by SD Wasley that leaves you desperately wanting Book 3. You absolutely need to read The Seventh before you take on this book. (Young Adult 14+)
My Five Star Review:
The Rift starts where The Seventh leaves off. Mimi is finally happy with her life. She has good loyal friends she thought she would never have, she has a boyfriend and she’s enjoying her new school. All is going so well; the kids are developing their gifts but then one of the extraordinary seven is no longer with them. All of their gifts go a little crazy and nobody can figure out why. In order to solve the problem, the kids develop a plan that makes you scream into your book, NO!!! Then the ride starts, the action begins, secrets are discovered and your left breathless and wanting more by the end of the book.
If you enjoy a really well written young adult book filled with a paranormal science fiction feeling, then pick up both The Seventh and The Rift today.
About The Rift:
“She finally got things together. Mimi’s dating a hot guy and has a place in the school’s Gifted Program with her awesome friends. Yes, she still attracts the dead. But there’s only one ghost these days, and he doesn’t seem to have an awful lot to say.
Just when Mimi’s life is looking pretty good for the first time in years, the unthinkable happens … one of the seven gifted teens is torn from their close-knit group. The unity of their circle shattered, things begin to go terribly wrong. It’s ruining their focus—and with the threat of the Astarion cult growing stronger each day, the gifted seven need all the focus they can muster.
In The Seventh, Mimi found her place in a circle of seven extraordinary teenagers. In The Rift, she must face what happens when the circle of seven is broken.”
The Seventh – Book 1 Amazon
The Rift – Book 2 Amazon
The Deluge – Book 3 Coming 2016
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As Always, Keep Writing/Keep Reading ~janisf
About this Book:
Timberwolf is an extremely well written, fast paced and highly entertaining military science fiction adventure set in the year 2265.
“Humanity has expanded beyond the borders of Earth into the far reaches of space. Human ingenuity has also expanded—as well as its theology.
On one side of an interplanetary war: a new religious order, dedicated to the expansion of human enlightenment. On another side, loosely connected to the order but hardly on the same page: the military, dedicated to the expansion of human influence.
And then there are the aliens. Worlds beyond understanding. Planets beyond comprehension. Forces which represent threats that cannot be calculated, and so must be eliminated.
Timberwolf is a soldier with too many voices in his head. Gray is a bishop with grander ambitions than his church. Highland is a planet run entirely by artificial intelligence—all of these factors point to the same conclusion: God has a story for everyone—or so the scripture of the day says.
This story is just beginning.”
My Four Star Review:
Science Fiction is not my normal go to read but I have to say I really enjoyed this story. Tom pulls you into his amazing sci fi world within the first few chapters. I immediately detested Bishop Emmanuel Gray, I wasn’t sure what Dr. Tier from the Department of Peace Enforcement was up to, I absolutely loved Salla Birdwing Vice Governor of the Outpost the minute I met her and military man Timberwolf I just couldn’t help but love this guy. He is the hero, man character and all around typical military man who wants to save the universe.
Tom introduces you to many alien species, many different planetary structures, as well as government, military and clergy personnel. He paints a picture so vivid you actually see it forming in your mind. I wondered a time or two if Tom has a little Arnock DNA in his blood. War between humans and aliens has been going on for over 100 years. Each group feels they were created in God’s image so of course war is imminent and aren’t most wars started because of Religion anyway.
This book is fast paced, action packed, a little bit violent in places but extremely well written. There were times when I said, “What the heck is going on?” But then by the next few chapters I was thinking, “Well there you go.” Tom did a very nice job of telling a complete story but leaving you wanting more in the end. There are many threads left in outer space and I’m truly hoping another book is on its way. I will definitely read other books by this author.
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