Indie Book Connect Subscription Box Review + Coupon – February 2018

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Indie Book Connect is a subscription box for the reader who walks into Barnes and Noble and feels like they have read it all. It will introduce you to a wonderful world of independent authors and all of the books that you have been missing out on. Every month, you can expect to receive two new fiction books from two separate authors. All of the books come autographed and the box also includes a unique bookmark from an indie artist.

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A little hint of the other books in the series. I love knowing what I have to look forward to when it comes to my reading obsession.

Searchers the Irish Clans by Stephen Finlay Archer ($15)

Searchers: The Irish Clans begins with a travesty at sea necessitating searches for life’s true treasures, both in 1915 Ireland, when the funeral of O’Donovan Rossa affords a golden opportunity to fan the flames of revolution, and in America, for transplanted Irish families connected to the world of the Irish Clans. Three characters are guided by Divine synchronicity and grapple with destiny:

Claire, a spunky young Irish woman, adrift with amnesia and near death, may unwittingly be the key to unlocking an ancient clans mystery.

Tadgh McCarthy, a young Irish rebel sea captain, confronted by a calamity at sea, makes a life and death decision that will reinvent his future—to carry out his predestined mission in the revolution and to validate his birthright as Clan Chieftain.

Collin O’Donnell, a beleaguered young Canadian, riddled with guilt over the death of his parents and loss of his sister, must make a crucial decision that may cost him the love of his life.

This sounds like a fun read… three families all tangled together that will take four books to explore. I personally am more interested in the families than the mystery that surrounds them. After taking a gander at the first few pages I am hooked and ready to dive into a new story. This is a Saturday afternoon patio read if ever I had one in my hands.

Beyond Wisherton by Amanda Hamm ($7.89)

Wisherton is surrounded by a Wasteland filled with terrifying Herders. Sevra Say has lived twelve years grateful for the giant wall that keeps Wisherton safe. But now her life is threatened by something inside Wisherton, something that makes her believe getting past the wall may be the only way to save her family.

With the help of her three siblings, Sevra will embark on an impossible quest and come face to face with what lies beyond Wisherton.

The back cover is very vague and not quite enough to make me die to read this selection. I can’t tell what genre this is supposed to be but I’m thinking it’s sci-fi/fantasy.

Gryffindor Bookmark. I want to like this but the fact that it was printed to chop of part of the “r” is a little sad. Harry Potter is one of my favorites and I feel this knock off bookmark does not do it justice.

It’s so exciting to find new authors and to have books signed by them is even more exciting. I love that there is no unnecessary packaging and that the focus is on the books. This month seems like it’s going to be a challenge to get through books, one of these is going to be so much better than the other in my opinion. I can’t wait to see if these can really stretch my reading horizons, and even better I can’t wait to see what March brings to my door.

What do you think of this month’s book collection?

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