Changers: Drew by T Cooper & Alison Glock-Cooper

So, I was already considering this one on Netgalley when I was approached to be part of of the blog tour. Decision made! 😉

And, what’s not to be tempted by? The possibilities offered by the premise and the questions it might ask, seemed like it might make for a fantastic and fun read, and while it by no means failed in that, it didn’t succeed quite as well as I was hoping for.What I wanted most, was for Drew to shout back at his dad, “I might be Drew at the moment, but I’m still the Ethan I was for the last 14 years as well. STOP TREATING ME DIFFERENTLY!”

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Zero Hour (Department 19 #4) by Will Hill

As Dracula continues his rise, the men and women of Department 19 wait for good news. But hope is in short supply – the country is beginning to fall apart as the public comes to terms with the horror in their midst; a cure for vampirism remains years, even decades away; and their supposed ally Valentin Rusmanov has not been heard from in weeks.

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Battle Lines (Department 19 #3) by Will Hill

I can’t believe how long Battle Lines was sitting on my review pile for so long…

Long enough for the last two books in the series to be released! I originally downloaded a review copy from Netgalley, but the formatting was found and I found I couldn’t read it. 🙁 I did however buy a physical copy as soon as it was released, put it to one side intending to read it soon. then reading slumps and other things got in the way, and all of a sudden the last book, Darkest Night, was being released…

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The Secret Fire by C.J. Daugherty, Carina Rozenfeld

So, a month or two back, I received an email telling me about the new book by the author of The Night School series C.J Daughterty and french author Carina Rozenfeld. While I’d heard of The Night School books, I’d not read them. But… I do remember there being a buzz around CJ at YALC, and her signing queue being particular popular. So my interest was piqued, and I flagged the email, meaning to come back to it. But never did…

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