Monday, February 27, 2012

NEW REVIEW: James E. Causey - The Twist

James E. Causey
The Twist
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4 out of 5 books

Travon Brown is a young journalist whose career is soaring to new heights. But his personal life could use a little work. Travon meets a reluctant stripper named Angel at his frat brother’s bachelor party. They both feel more than a physical attraction to each other. Things get complicated when Travon gets into a tense situation with Angel’s boss. This sets off a chain of events that creates a deadly environment in the streets. Travon soon finds out how one action can create a lot of drama.

The Twist is an entertaining debut novel by James E. Causey. Causey brings us an interesting mix of characters and situations. You see how Travon is a young professional who is looking for more than just causal liaisons with women. Causey does a good job with character and storyline development. This story moves at a good pace and definitely keeps you glued to the pages. There is a surprising twist in this book and cliffhanger ending that could lead into a sequel. The Twist is a great debut novel from James E. Causey.

Reviewed by Radiah Hubbert of Urban Reviews

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Saturday, February 18, 2012

NEW REVIEW: T.R. Braxton - Sight

T.R. Braxton
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4 out of 5 books

Nathan Walker is a young man who has a rare gift to do things with his mind. With this gift, he is able to protect his father, who’s a civil rights activist. The power of Nathan’s gift overwhelms him so much that he steps away from it. Due to a family tragedy, Nathan is determined to get revenge on the persons responsible. But the misuse of his gift may give Nathan more than he bargained for.

Sight is an interesting tale about the extraordinary gifts of a young boy. T.R. Braxton did a good job with showing how Nathan’s skills developed and how it changed the lives of his family forever. The storyline and scenes are very vivid and keeps you glued to the pages. You see the growth of Nathan throughout this story as well. There is a constant switching back and forth from the past to the present in this novel, which made it a little confusing to read. It would have been better if Braxton just had the story flow naturally from past to present instead of stopping the action to jump back into the past or vice versa. Sight is still an engaging novel for those that want something different.

Reviewed by Radiah Hubbert of Urban Reviews

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New Review : The Perfect Affair : Angela Henry

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