The Blyton Summer Detective Club aka teen detectives haven’t seen each other in years since their last traumatizing case.
Now 3 out of the four members, with their massive baggage, come together to figure out what really happened on that case and maybe finally they can actually close it.
This book had a good foundation but wasn’t executed right. Between what seemed like a force relationship, slow plot and lack of in depth world building, this Scobby Doo knock off (sorry couldn’t think of a better phrase) was a hard read.
Growing your Own Tea Garden is much more than
giving you steps to well grow your tea garden. There is history behind each tea, each leaf and there is a care the author gives when explaining why this is something you should know/do.
As someone who wants to rely on my own means to take care of my household as opposed to running to the store for everything, this is a great resource to have.
I have read the first two books of this series. To Claim a King is by far the strongest book of this series. My issue with To Tame a Rogue is it felt like there was less story and more how can I make this book dripping in sex.is The author didn’t take as much care to build a plot as she did with the sex.
I am just going to start out by saying that this comic
is okay. There is creativity in the aliens and how Dr. Future interacts with them.
But it is an overall situation we see in real life. People fighting for the right and enter and live within this country.
The protests, the anger, the fear all of this is portrayed within this comic and although I feel the author did well putting a spin on current politics but there was nothing really grabbing me to continue reading other than Dr. Future’s relationship with Letme.