Taking her theme from Shakespeare's "Much Ado about Nothing," Utah Best of State Medalist Annette Lyon weaves a tale of romance, tragedy, and humor that takes on a life of its own as the characters step out of their molds and spin the story a whole new way. The third in Annette's temple series, but her fifth novel overall, it's easy to see why she has such a devoted following of dedicated readers.
To read the full review, click here. At the end, you can read some of her other reviews of my books as well as an interview she did with me awhile ago.
And to keep the happy vibes, flowing, I'm going to shamelessly promote buddy James Dashner's new blog. I've told him this many times, but I'll say it again. The guy has one whacked-out imagination! This translates to rip-roaring stories that literally kept my kids begging me to read "just one more chapter." Since books three and four of the Jimmy Fincher Saga have short chapters, it got hard to tell them no.
Coming in March is a new fantasy series, The Thirteenth Reality, and buzz about it is already starting.
I'm sure I'll be up late reading it aloud to my kids just like we were with Jimmy's adventures.