Book 2 in the Andy Smithson series takes the reader on another perilous quest together with the hero who turned eleven at the start of the book. Venom of the Serpent's Cunning by L. R. W. Lee is another wild romp through the magical land of Oomaldee and more. The author continues his output of fantastic creatures and their habitats.
It's a schoolboy's dream: Disappearing desks, mysterious objects materializing out of nowhere, and being transported to a magical realm. All this and much more can be found in Blast of the Dragon's Fury by L. R. W. Lee. And what is best, at the time of publication of this review, the book is available for free on Amazon for Kindle e-readers.
Amazon has released the third version of its e-book reader Kindle Paperwhite. A comparison with the previous model and the more expensive Kindle Voyager could help you get the best Kindle Paperwhite ever; at least for what are your personal needs. It goes without saying that I love my Amazon e-reader to bits.
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Identical Twins are predestined for comedy, and Georgette Heyer made excellent use of that literary convention to write this Regency romantic comedy. When the elder twin and head of house disappears, the younger and more responsible one takes over. His moves to reduce risks of exposure just dig him in deeper as his brother stays lost for weeks on end.
|Jordan and Travis Smit Twins|
There is nothing like stout Christians to make your eyes pop out. A book about Jackie Kennedy Onassis has become the who slept with whom in the family. And while it digs dirt in new and old directions, it manages to leave out some older tattle tales well-known in the 1960s. I don't promote this book as a serious biography, but it was great fun to read. Get your share of the Kennedy clan, the Bouvier family and Rudolf Nureyev leading each other an elaborate dance.
|John F. Kennedy Jr.|