Author: Devon Monk

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Mar 03
{ARC Release Day #Review +Giveaway} Infinity Bell by @DevonMonk

{ARC Release Day #Review +Giveaway} Infinity Bell by @DevonMonk

  Note: I will try my best, but there will probably be some spoilers from the first book. If you are new to the series, check out my review of House Immortal HERE. Infinity Bell is the second book in the Urban Fantasy Series, House Immortal. The First book, House Immortal, was one of my favorite books of 2014, so I beyond excited to get my hands on the second book. And even more excited when I opened up to the first page of the ARC and saw that I was quoted from my review of the first book. (that was a major sqeeing moment…I’m not going to lie.) I need to go out and buy a couple finished copies to spotlight on my bookshelf now. But not just because I was quoted in the book, because Infinity Bell is ever bit as amazing as the first book! I freakin’ love this series. Infinity Bell picks up right where the first book left off, and man oh man did I… Read more »

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Sep 02
{ARC Release Day Review+Giveaway} House Immortal by @DevonMonk

{ARC Release Day Review+Giveaway} House Immortal by @DevonMonk

House Immortal is the first in Devon Monk’s new Urban Fantasy Series of the same name. Man, I loved this book. I really loved everything about it. There are interesting, well developed characters, a kick ass plot with more twists and turns that you can even guess, and incredible world building. This is world building done right. Sometimes I think I love the world building in urban Fantasy books the most because it combines more traditional city like we are used to with all the magic and creativity of fantasy books. Devon Monk does an incredible job with her landscape. I loved that we got little bits and pieces of the Galvanized’s history through the journal entry excerpts at the start of each chapter. That was a great way to work in some of the galvanized’s history. There is still so much mystery surrounding the Galvanized, and I can’t wait to learn more about them and about what makes Matilda just a little different from them. The fact that she… Read more »

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