Max Kilgore’s name sounds like something out of the latest action blockbuster, but his personality is the total opposite. His passion for dinosaurs and crossword puzzles, along with a really bad haircut, put him at the bottom of the food chain, and with a squeaky clean record Max is the epitome of a “good kid”. So imagine his surprise when one day, after digging for fossils on his local hill, he opens up a hole straight into hell. Now he has to deal with Satan (who has a passion for Doritos and Call of Duty) while taking care of his terminally ill mother.
I was going through the available downloadable audiobooks when I found this: an extension off of Eclipse. Do you remember that newborn vampire that the Volturi killed at the end of the book? Yeah, it’s that Bree Tanner. It’s the short second life of Bree Tanner.
It starts out with Bree hunting in Seattle. She’s one of the careful ones, one of the ones who only feed upon the ones that won’t be missed. But unfortunately, not everybody is that careful. Not everybody listens to Riley, their leader. But on that night, Bree meets somebody that, perhaps, she can…trust: Read the rest of this entry »
YES. I’ve finally borrowed this book from a friend. Rick Riordan has written another series called The Heroes of Olympus, and this is the first book. Unlike his OTHER series, the one involving Egyptian gods, this one continues on with the Percy Jackson series, you know, the Greek mythology theme. It commonly alludes to the Percy Jackson series, so I suggest you read those books first if you haven’t already. Read the rest of this entry »