Sunday, April 15, 2012

Latest in Blog Visiting of the Week of April 9-15, 2012


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The favorite blogs of the week and why their content made them the favorite of the week!


1.  Civilian Reader blog:  Stefan interviews Gini Koch an author some of you might know. She's the author of the Alien series, yes!
Contains a fantastic giveaway as well!

Post visited @ Civilian Reader-Interview with Gini Koch & Giveaway 

Not a lot as you can see happened this week for much of the reason was busy with a lot of things. Most of which wasn't too blogging related. 





Take a Look at the Week's Content @ Book & Movie Dimension a Blog


[For those of you that missed anything for the week of April 9-15, 2012. Only popular posts mentioned below though.]

Reviews


  • Fantasy 
Eoin Colfer's bestselling antihero is back in Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident--the superb sequel to the hyper-hyped Artemis Fowl, shortlisted for the Whitbread Children's Book of the Year. The Arctic Incident sees the slightly older, perhaps slightly more mellow arch-criminal Artemis recovered from his last adventure, richer now that he has his half of a hoard of fairy gold, and happier since the Clarice Starlingesque superfairy Captain Holly Short of the LEPrecon returned his mother's ailing mind to full health. 

But there is still much unfinished business: Artemis Fowl Sr. disappeared when a daring escapade designed to free his family from their criminal--not to mention deeply lucrative--past and move the family's assets into legitimate enterprises went horribly wrong. Held captive by the Mafiya (the Russian organized crime syndicate) for over two years, he has been declared officially dead, but Artemis Jr. knows in his heart (yes, he does have one) that his beloved father is still alive, and he is determined to find him. Meanwhile Captain Short is temporarily on assignment to Customs and Excise as punishment for letting Fowl separate her and her People from their gold and is finding her stakeout duties a little dull. It soon becomes obvious that the pair have need of each other's considerable skills, and before long they are on track for an adventure that will ultimately have far-reaching consequences for both of them.
The second book in Colfer's fairy fantasy series is just as good and find out more in the review!

Shay could never do the things her friends could--never try out for sports, never go to parties, never fall in love. Because of the mysterious and incurable blood disorder she was born with, she can barely make it through three days of school a week. 

But now, her doctor-turned-stepfather has a brand-new treatment that he thinks will change everything. And it does. As soon as the new blood starts pumping into Shay's veins, she has visions of a different life...Gabriel's life. She sees an orphanage, loss, fangs, blood, and lust that she can't explain. 

Is Gabriel real? And if he is, could he really be what she thinks he is? 

This was a rather unique vampire book that you should read about if your a fan of vampires.

Online Book Tour
Sela Online Book Tour: From The Vantage Point of a Big Fan! Author Interview with Jackie Gamber author of " The Leland Dragon series "
Come read a very in-depth author interview with Jackie Gamber!

Sela Online Book Tour: Review of Sela (Book Two of The Leland Dragon series) by Jackie Gamber
Also read a review for Jackie Gamber's second book in The Leland Dragon series.

That was all everyone. What a busy blogging week I'll tell you.

Thanks to Stefan! at  Civilian Reader blog  for the idea to the post creation of Latest in Blog Visiting with his Week In Review posts. See his latest Week In Review (Mar.31-April .7).


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