This is a place for book addicts like myself to feel safe and understood – and find out about some awesome (or not-so-awesome) books to feed their ever-hungry habit.
You'll find new reviews here ranging in genres from sci-fi, fantasy, paranormal, suspense, historical fiction, action, adventure, middlegrade and more in all age categories. Though there tends to be more YA reviewed here than other genres, this blog is in no way limited to that.
Otherwise, here is my review of the week, after a couple weeks slacking off. Sorry about that, by the way. :)
Nameless Night, by G. M. Ford, is a "novel of suspense" according to the cover.
Well, that definitely describes it!
But before I get into all that, let us pause and get a brief synopsis: When a man is found nearly dead in a railroad car he is admitted to a group home for disabled adults, and since they seem unable to identify him they christen him "Paul Hardy". Seven years pass in a haze until Paul becomes involved in yet another near-death incident and he wakes up in the hospital with extensive and mysterious plastic surgery and a much clearer mind.
One small problem? He still has amnesia, and now he continually has flashes, pictures that he can only hope may be memories. But just as soon as he beg…