Tag: Megan Miranda

Backlog Review: Soulprint – Megan Miranda

Backlog Review: Soulprint R..

I was really pleasantly surprised by Soulprint. I mean I loved Miranda’s other two books I’ve read, Fractured and Vengeance, and knew I wanted to read Soulprint. But I just didn’t expect to be as enthralled by it as I was. Quite honestly it was very inventive and something I have never read before. And I didn’t expect it to go down the way it did at all. Soulprint is about Alina Chase, a 17 year old girl that has been contained because of her soul. You see, Alina lives in a world where souls are repurposed as someone else […]

Posted September 12, 2016 by Andi / 1 Comment
Soulprint Blog Tour – What would you want to be reincarnated as?

Soulprint Blog Tour – Wh..

I think about this on occasion. When there is like 4 feet of snow outside, when I don’t want to go to work, when I don’t want to pay my bills. I mean, what would I want my soul to be in another life? There are tons of possibilities. Tons of answers I could have come up with. But when it comes down to it there is only one this I could think of wanting to be. Cats seriously have the BEST life. They sleep all day. They LOVE to snuggle.   They get their hair brushed for them.   […]

Posted February 5, 2015 by Andi / 5 Comments
Review – Vengeance by Megan Miranda

Review – Vengeance by Me..

A little under two years ago I read a debut book called Fracture by an author by Megan Miranda. The book was interesting and mysterious and had great characters. It was real with a hint of paranormal added to it. It was well written, and it was supposed to be standalone. Well, guess what, it wasn’t. Miranda decided to write a sequel and let me tell you, years later that sequel was a great follow-up to a book that could have honestly stood on its own. It had all the same characteristics as Fracture, but there was something more there […]

Posted January 30, 2014 by Andi / 0 Comments
Second Chance Sunday – Fracture by Megan Miranda

Second Chance Sunday – F..

  I’m not sure what compelled me to move this up on my to read list. There wasn’t anything that stood out about the book in my memory. It may have been because it was a debut author book that fit into my challenges for the year, or it could have been dumb luck. Whatever the case, I thought it was completely fantastic. I mean there wasn’t anything over the top amazing about the plot that bowled me over or some shocking twist that brought me to my knees. It was simply a great character book. I flipping loved Delaney […]

Posted January 5, 2014 by Andi / 0 Comments