Kill or Cure by Pixie Britton Book Blitz

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I have great news YA fans! If you’re looking to add a thrilling series to your “social distancing” TBR, start with Kill or Cure by Pixie Britton, which is FREE for the rest of the month!!! Make sure to grab yourself a copy today!


Kill or Cure Genre: YA Dystopian/ Romance/ Zombies Publication Date: February 4th, 2018 Kill or Cure is a YA romance-infused sci-fi novel. It focuses on human relationships in an undead, apocalyptic world. A girl who will stop at nothing to protect her brother. In a dystopian world ravaged by infection, society as we know it has fallen to the mouths of the dead. The remaining fragments of civilisation survive in walled compounds, scattered in the depths of the countryside. When her little brother becomes sick with a suspected flu virus, Alyx Silverthorne will do anything to keep Tommy alive. With limited medical supplies and only herbal alternatives, his prospects of surviving this mystery illness are bleak. But saving Tommy is just the beginning. The infected are not the only monsters that exist in this new world, and human nature can be more destructive than the dead. In a race against time, Alyx and her best friend Will stop at nothing to protect him, even from the same people that swore to protect them all. Kill or Cure is a dynamic, multifaceted story of teenage love and gut wrenching loss in a dystopian world.

“This novel takes an already done genre and carves its own unique mark through the zombie apocalypse.”

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44081937._SY475_Kill or Cure: Bloodlust He could save the world, or destroy it… The virus that has swept the Earth hasn’t consumed Tommy, yet, but as his hunger for human flesh takes hold, his humanity vanishes behind the bloodlust of an infected. It’s up to seventeen year old Alyx and her friends to find answers. But saving her little brother isn’t their only problem. Lurking in the shadows of Alhena is the formidable General Sinter, hell-bent on capturing the boy with unrivalled superhuman strength for his own personal gains. With limited options, Alyx has no choice but to risk everything to protect him. A choice that she could live to regret Kill or Cure Bloodlust is the second book in the Kill or Cure series. Brimming with suspense, romance and heart pumping action. Goodreads 51809495._SY475_Kill or Cure: Oblivion What price will she pay to save him? With her little brother Tommy now ravaged with Infection and her best friend Will kidnapped and hidden far underground, Alyx’s world is on the edge of ruin. General Sinter is stealing Will’s memories, searching for the secret to Tommy’s power. If Will continues to resist, he loses everything, including his love for Alyx. Desperate and afraid, Alyx has no choice but to seek help from a man whom she betrayed, the ruthless gang leader Tyron. Can she convince him who the real enemy is? Or will his thirst for revenge be the end of Alyx and her friends? The clock is ticking. The fate of humanity rests in her hands. Join Alyx and Will in the explosive finale of the Kill or Cure trilogy. Goodreads About the Author Adam_Sophie_Engagement_July2014_120_High Res.jpg Pixie Britton is a British indie author and Wattpad extraordinaire. Her debut YA novel Kill or Cure, gained international success online with over 100k reads within five months of initial publication. Shes lives in Essex, England with her husband and adorable furbaby. One day she dreams of leaving her job as a Treasury Analyst in the city, to become a full time author and creative entrepreneur. Check out her website and sign up to her mailing list to receive the latest book release information.

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Stranger Still by Michaelbrent Collings Book Review

Book Description (via Goodreads): Your sins are Legion… and now you belong to him. Legion is a teacher. An avenging angel. A murderer. A madman. Born in the blood of a dying mother, raised in the underground hideout of an insane father, he travel the world looking for those who keep secrets and sins. He finds those who have fallen short, and teaches them the lessons they need to leave their mistakes behind. And if he has to teach a lesson that ends in death, well… sometimes that’s the cost of proper education. That’s why, when he sees a man kidnap two people in the side of the road, Legion knows it is time to teach again. Soon he finds himself caught in the crossfire of a coup in a Russian crime syndicate. Legion is captured, beaten, bleeding, in chains; cut off and alone. It’s just the way he likes it. Legion has his students. And the lessons are about to begin…

Adventures of Death, Reincarnation and Annihilation by Francis H. Powell Blog Tour and Book Review

Adventures of Death, Reincarnation and Annihilation by Francis H. Powell Genre: Horror, Fantasy, Scifi Short Stories

What if the human race was considered irrelevant and then each being was just uploaded then locked away on hard drives called “brain pods” ? What if a sub species was to come into fruition, then the human race turned on it, hunted it down before trying to annihilate it? Imagine you found out you were an ancient soul, who is reunited with another being from your former life? Set in different times in a variety of settings and time periods, the past, the present and the future, the book explores the inevitable unknown that lies before us all “death”. Death can arrive in a multitude of forms. Each part of the book explores different themes. There are characters who following their demises have to face up to their lurid pasts. There are some who face annihilation and others who are in a crazy pursuit of world destruction. We are living in an age in which it appears that the doomsday clock is ticking ever faster, as we teeter over the edge of world destruction. The book aims to contain some ironic twists. Even as young children we build up nightmare visions of what death involves. The reader is often left to distinguish between what is real and what is not, as stories reside within stories and the storytellers can never be fully trusted. Not all the book is doom and gloom, there are Elsa Grun’s bizarre encounters with men and Shellys’ hapless husband Arnie. From secluded beach houses, to obscure motels, to visions of heaven, which takes the form of the Hotel Paradiso, to the world of the future death is always a wild adventure. Add to GoodreadsAmazon * B&N

Born in 1961, in Reading, England Francis H Powell attended Art Schools, receiving a degree in painting and an MA in printmaking. In 1995, Powell moved to Austria, teaching English as a foreign language while pursuing his varied artistic interests adding music and writing. He currently lives in Brittany, France writing both prose and poetry. Powell has published short stories in the magazine, “Rat Mort” and other works on the internet site “Multi-dimensions.” His two published books are Flight of Destiny and Adventures of Death, Reincarnation and Annihilation Website * Facebook * Twitter * Amazon * Goodreads

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My Book Review

I received this book in exchange for an honest review. I have given Adventures of Death, Reincarnation and Annihilation by Francis H. Powell two out of five stars ⭐️⭐️

An interesting concept which left me feeling very confused. It was difficult to distinguish what was real and what wasn’t. This book is filled with different stories, some longer than the others. I have to admit that I was lost soon after the first story and found it difficult to follow and ended up reading words without them actually making sense and able to piece the story together.

This book is set in different eras, in the past, present and future tenses. I really liked the authors writing but I overall I think book wasn’t for me. I would recommend readers of anthologies to give this book a read.

Have you read Adventures of Death, Reincarnation and Annihilation by Francis H. Powell? If so, what did you think? Let me know in the comments below.

Happy reading,


February Wrap Up

Although February is the shortest month out of the year, surprisingly I found it went quite slowly, which is good as I’m trying to do more throughout each day to make sure I treasure each moment as I was completely shocked at how quickly 2019 flew by.

It’s been a month of reading, watching (A LOT) of tv shows/movies, two concerts (Jonas Brothers and The 1975) and a few birthday outings. I really enjoyed this month and hope for March to be just as good if not better!

In the month of February, I read five books, which I’m really proud of as this month felt a lot more busier than January but I still managed to make time for reading. The five books I read in February were:

I’ve linked all of the book reviews above. If you’d like to check any of them out click on the title of the book above and it’ll rake you directly to the book review post.

Did you manage to dedicate any time to reading in the month of February? If so, how many books did you read? Do you have a backlog of books that you’re still yet to read? Let me know in the comments below.

Happy reading,

Claire 📚