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.

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


Harry Markov 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 Greathouse said...

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


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 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 (P.S. I Love Books) 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!

Enchanted by Books 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.

Kimberly Swan said...

Rachael - I know'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's all so high-energy... is what really kept me glued to the pages. Hope you enjoy the read, and thanks for stopping by! :)