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Review: Greedy Pigs by Matt Wallace

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Sin du Jour returns in full force with the fifth installment, Greedy Pigs. If you haven’t started the novella series about a catering company that caters (gotta love puns!) to a high-powered supernatural clientele you are missing out.  In Greedy…

Review: Owl and the Electric Samurai by Kristi Charish

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If you’ve followed my reviews of the previous Adventures of Owl series you know I’m a big fan of Owl and her archaeological hijinks. This is by far the most significant in terms of the direction this series and its…

Review: The Shadow Land by Elizabeth Kostova

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A land that looked nearly untouched by history, a Grimms’ fairy tale setting in Alexandra’s eyes. Elizabeth Kostova dazzled once again for me in The Shadow Land. As a fan of Kostova’s The Historian and The Swan Thieves, once again I am transported…

Review: Passenger by Lisa Lutz

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Passenger was a quick read. I’ve been attempting to read through all books currently on my iBooks, Kindle or Nook apps (and I’ve racked up quite a few) to help clear some space on my iPad. The blurb for…

ARC Review: Ida by Allison Evans

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I received an ARC from NetGalley and Publisher in exchange for an honest review.  Ida was a surprise read I received from NetGalley, and probably my favorite read from them thus far. Ida has the power to undo any decision and…

Review: Hidden In the Signal by Jessica Meats

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I wasn’t as crazy about Hidden in the Signal as I was about Omega Rising and Traitor in the Tower. Jenny is on the search for Matt and an alien spaceship is headed for Earth. The story was a…

Review: Traitor In the Tower by Jessica Meats

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I read the first Codename Omega novella/series a few months ago and finally picked up Traitor and Hidden this month. I enjoyed this book more than the first, as the story no longer needed to set up the universe…

Top Ten Tuesday; Favorite Book Settings

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Top Ten Tuesday is a bi-weekly feature on the Artemis Reader, covering a wide range of topics. Look for more Top Ten Tuesdays here! Six Book Settings I Love Reading 1. Hogwarts (from the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling) »…