Heads You Die (Young Bond #7)

Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Review: Action packed, but has its ups and downs. James is still weary of using guns, but there was some key commentary on it in this book. James makes a point to declare that he will never shoot someone in cold blood, and a villain declares James will shoot people….

Shoot to Kill (Young Bond #6)

Rating: 4 out of 5 Review: Cole takes on Bond and doesn’t disappoint. James is faced with action from all sides, and is forced to count on others for help. Trust is a difficult thing to give when you’ve been betrayed as much as Bond has, especially at such a young age. Cole does a…

By Royal Command (Young Bond #5)

Rating: 3 out of 5 Review: For me the Charlie Higson run of Young Bond ended on a low note. I had so enjoyed the rest, but this one seemed to be lacking in many areas. It’s easy to tell that there SHOULD be a lot of surprises, but most of them are anti-climactic. The…

Hurricane Gold (Young Bond #4)

Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Review: Definitely the best Young Bond yet! I am sad I only have one Charlie Higson Bond book left. These have all been action packed, and Higson has nailed the Bond feel. With many truly evil villains to choose from, somehow you end up feeling something akin to sympathy for…

The Book of Greens

Rating: 5 out of 5 Review: If you’ve ever wanted to expand your knowledge of leafy greens, this is the book for you! The Book of Greens jam packed with information and creative ideas concerning greens. No more will you have to cast aside the leafy parts of vegetables you felt were unnecessary. No more…

Double or Die(Young Bond #3)

Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Review: Charlie Higson holds strong with his third delightfully entertaining James Bond. From the beginning the book wraps one in excitement. James has to solve clues to save the day, and at first this worried me that in a “kids” book the clues wouldn’t be too difficult. I should have…

Blood Fever(Young Bond #2)

Rating: 4 out of 5 Review: In true Bond fashion James finds himself in a bit of trouble, far from home, and not knowing who he can depend on. Though the story was a bit predictable at times, it had a nice depth to it. I was a little worried when James was left stranded…

Star Wars – Darth Bane: Path of Destruction

Rating: 4 out of 5 Review: Path of Destruction is definitely the best Star Wars book I have read so far. I am reading through the Legends books chronologically, skipping some, so that makes this better than 5 other books. As for books by Karpyshyn, it has bested two. One of them, Revan, by far….