Book Blog by Cari

A big hello and welcome!  I’m Cari and this is my latest book news and reviews blog, combining books from a few select genres – see the menu in the sidebar.  The above collage shows some highlights.  I love a good thriller and page-turner or a book that can take me to another place or time.  Other times I want to learn about the real world and address the matters that face the world today.

 

 

Pulse by B.A.Bellec

What a whirlwind of a book! So many characters and sub plots, and so much going on…. (don’t worry there are never spoilers in my reviews)

It’s set in 2040, where a huge corporations has basically taken over the lives of just about everyone on the planet, and there’s a big scheme to take them down during their biggest ever event. And while that is a story in and of itself, there’s a whole lot more going on…

Continue reading Pulse by B.A.Bellec

Salvation Station by Kathryn Schleich

Gotta love a book with multiple storylines – it’s like reading several books at once – and then at the end, it all comes together for the main event!

                The shocking first story line begins with a crime scene.  The bodies of a reverend and his two children are discovered, and the mother is nowhere to be found.  Interestingly, a partial print of the culprit is found that matches 3 different identities on the police database.

Continue reading Salvation Station by Kathryn Schleich

The blog is back!

Hey, hey, hey! Hello everybody!

I am stoked to confirm that Book Blog By Cari is coming back as of June this year.

Be ready for more of my spoiler-free book reviews and fun book related memes and handy book related articles.

Pretty soon you will get a sneaky peak at what book reviews are coming up next, so stay tuned!

God’s Debris – A Thought Experiment – by Scott Adams.

Rating 8/10.

Link to book on Amazon

A delivery man hands over a package, only to be asked “Did you deliver the package, or did the package deliver you?”  And this sets the tone for the remainder of the book.  Continue reading God’s Debris – A Thought Experiment – by Scott Adams.