Host for Fairytale Apocalypse Blog Tour!

I’m excited to announce that Eyrinnia Reviews will be one of the hosts for Fairytale Apocalypse by Jacqueline Patricks on her upcoming book’s blog tour organized by Lola’s Blog Tours!  The blog tour runs from September 22 to October 5 and I will be hosting on October 2.  Keep an eye out for updates and my upcoming review!

Fairytale Apocalypse by Jacqueline Patricks

Genre: Dystopian Fantasy

A Quick Synopsis:

A romance of apocalyptic proportions

Two worlds bound by magic…
Three people joined by destiny…

Lord Kagan Donmall rules the Verge, the border that protects the magical Fae Inlands from the mundane mortal world. Recently, the Verge has been failing and he suspects the source of magic is fading. His prayers to Danu have gone unanswered, until now.

The young mortal, Lauren Montgomery, hears the message of Danu and eagerly agrees to be the Lady of the Verge, for she desires more than a mundane life.

But Lauren’s twin sister, Tessa-ever her sister’s protector, challenges the decision. The Verge falls, and the Fae and mortal worlds suffer a double apocalypse.

Now Kagan, Lauren, and Tessa must survive in this new, hostile world and discover a way to repair that which has been destroyed while navigating the bonds of duty, love, and vengeance.

I know I’m sitting on the edge of my seat to start reading this one!

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In the Devil’s Snare: The Salem Witchcraft Crisis of 1692

“Award-winning historian Mary Beth Norton reexamines the Salem witch trials in this startlingly original, meticulously researched, and utterly riveting study.

In 1692 the people of Massachusetts were living in fear, and not solely of satanic afflictions. Horrifyingly violent Indian attacks had all but emptied the northern frontier of settlers, and many traumatized refugees—including the main accusers of witches—had fled to communities like Salem. Meanwhile the colony’s leaders, defensive about their own failure to protect the frontier, pondered how God’s people could be suffering at the hands of savages. Struck by the similarities between what the refugees had witnessed and what the witchcraft “victims” described, many were quick to see a vast conspiracy of the Devil (in league with the French and the Indians) threatening New England on all sides. By providing this essential context to the famous events, and by casting her net well beyond the borders of Salem itself, Norton sheds new light on one of the most perplexing and fascinating periods in our history.” – Description from GoodReads.

Review of In the Devil’s Snare: The Salem Witchcraft Crisis 0f 1692 by Mary Beth Norton

Excellently researched and very well written. Hands down one of the top books on this subject. (More detailed review to be updated)

Read 2012

In the Devil’s Snare on Amazon

In the Devil’s Snare on GoodReads

The Salem Witch Trials: A Day-by-Day Chronicle of a Community Under Siege

“Based on twenty-seven years of original archival research, including the discovery of previously unknown documents, this day-by-day narrative of the hysteria that swept through Salem Village in 1692 and 1693 reveals new connections behind the events, and shows how rapidly a community can descend into bloodthirsty madness. Roach opens her work with chapters on the history of the Puritan colonies of New England, and explains how these people regarded the metaphysical and the supernatural. The account of the days from January 1692 to March 1693 keeps in order the large cast of characters, places events in their correct contexts, and occasionally contradicts earlier assumptions about the gruesome events. The last chapter discusses the remarkable impact of the events, pointing out how the 300th anniversary of the trials made headlines in Japan and Australia.” – Description from GoodReads.

Review of The Salem Witch Trials: A Day-by-Day Chronicle of a Community Under Siege by Marilynn E. Roach

An excellently researched account of the events that happened during the Salem Witch Trials. Fascinating information presented in a day-by-day format. I loved being able to follow the events so fluidly. Definitely a book I’d recommend to those who are interested in these events in detail.

Read in 2012.

On Amazon

On GoodReads – My review is posted here as well.

Deck Z: The Titanic

“Imagine being trapped aboard the doomed Titanic on an icy Atlantic. . . with the walking dead. This fast-paced thriller reimagines the historical events of the fateful Titanic voyage through the lens of zombie mayhem. Captain Edward Smith and his inner circle desperately try to contain a weaponized zombie virus smuggled on board with the 2,200 passengers sailing to New York. Faced with an exploding population of lumbering, flesh-hungry undead, Smith’s team is forced into bloody hand-to-hand combat down the narrow halls of the huge steamer. In its few short days at sea, the majestic Titanic turns into a Victorian bloodbath, steaming at top speed toward a cold, blue iceberg. A creepy, tense page-turner, Deck Z will thrill zombie fans and Titanic buffs alike.” – Description from GoodReads.

Review for Deck Z: The Titanic by Chris Pauls and Scott Solomon.

This book was hard to get in to at first for me. It was slow to start but about 80 pages in it started to pick up. Once the action started it didn’t stop. Well written dialogue and descriptions. Captain Smith was one helluva guy and the authors made you feel for their situation. Lou and Weiss’ connection to each other was well portrayed and quite sweet. Well written after you get past the beginning explanations and background. 4 stars from me and I recommend this to anyone who loves zombie stories or twists on history.

Read August 22, 2014.

Deck Z: The Titanic on Amazon

Deck Z: The Titanic on GoodReads – My review is posted here as well.

Good Afternoon!

Good afternoon all!  And so the blogging begins >:)

Currently I am going to use this blog for my reviewing purposes.  I review books both on GoodReads and on NetGalley right now.  I have quite a few under way at the moment and I’ll be reposting a few of my previous reviews I’ve already done.  As soon as I finish a book I’ll post a review up!  Stay tuned for lots of reviews on what looks like several promising books/authors 🙂