Shares by Sharame

I love reading all different kinds of books. I have been involved with reading and reviewing for some time but I have recently become more active with reviewing books. I enjoy writing reviews because they help authors grow and get other readers interested in their books.

Mobsters Bones

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. The opinions in this review are my own.
I really enjoyed this installment in the Mobster's series. Amy Rachiele has a way with telling a story about young adults in college and the choices they are faced with. This book is fast paced and attention grabbing. I can indentify with the characters of Alessandra, Megan, Vito and Troy. I will definitely be taking another look at the other books in this series and waiting for the other books in the series. There is action, romance, suspense and more, a very good mixture of all the parts of life wrapped up in the contents of this book. I think other readers will enjoy this book and I recommend it.

Confessions of a Punk Rocker

I was given an advanced reader's copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. The opinions in this review are my own. Nessie Strange has written a very good book in Confessions of a Punk Rocker. Jack is a very relatable lead male character in this book. Jack's character grows as the book progresses and he faces some difficult times in his life. This book has a bit of everything including the young adult college and after college experience, paranormal elements and romance as well as a few other surprises. I tended to experience Ashton's character with the same perception his brother Jack did. I like the characters and storyline of Jen and Drew. I am a fan of rock and music industry themed novels and this book brought that as well as some paranormal subject matter which I really enjoyed. I was very moved by Jack's experiences and felt like encouraging him or giving him advice. There were very few times I put the book down, but when I had to I was still thinking about things in the story. Strange has a very good way of turning a phrase and describing things to the reader. I would recommend this book to friends and other readers.