Thursday, May 7, 2009

Review - Ghost Ocean by S. M. Peters

New review posted on the website for Ghost Ocean by S. M. Peters. This is the same author who wrote Whitechapel Gods.

http://darquereviews.com/12612/149333.html

Please feel free to leave any comments for Ghost Ocean here on this blog post. :)

9 comments:

Harry Markov: daydream said...

Ever since I saw the cover art and read the title I knew that this will make an interesting read and well though you didn't mention what exactly her power was I hope I can get to read about Te.

Also, great job redecorating your site again. :)

Michelle G said...

This one is on my list of 'must haves'. :)

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Kimberly Swan said...

Harry - Another great cover, right? I try very hard not to share spoilers so you'll have to read Te's story to find out. :)

Thanks! I think I like this header the best so far. lol

Michelle - This isn't your average Urban Fantasy. :) It's dark, crazy and rather unique. Hope you'll enjoy it! :)

Harry Markov: daydream said...

BTW. Did you get my e-mail and invitiation for the Reviewer Time feature?

Sorry about the side topics. Anyways I get what you mean about spoilers, but every now and then a small nibble will even intensify the reader's desire to read a book. Judging by myself mostly. :)

Mishel said...

I have this on my TBR list. I love the cover! I'm really glad it got a starred review =) Makes me want it even more.

Kimberly Swan said...

Mishel - I agree on the great cover (Whitechapel Gods had fabulous cover art as well). Hope you get a chance to read it!

RachaelfromNJ said...

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO a Starred Review! :) I must go check out the review now! :)

The Mad Hatter said...

I'm about 150 pages deep and loving it. I should have my review up in the next week or so.
I enjoyed Whitechapel Gods as well although Peters's writting has defintely improved.

http://booktionary.blogspot.com/

Kimberly Swan said...

Rachael - I know you...you're going to check it out in the book store and then email me to moan about the length. *grin* It's worth reading every page though. :)

Mad Hatter - There's a bit of bizarre horror, in both books. That, and the fact that there's really no resting point in the story...it's all so high-energy... is what really kept me glued to the pages. Hope you enjoy the read, and thanks for stopping by! :)