101 Books

As part of my 101 Goals in 1001 Days Challenge I’m reading 101 books!

Click here to see the books that have counted towards that goal.



5 Responses

  1. […] * This was read during the 24hr Dewey Read-a-Thon and counts towards my 101 Books Challenge. […]

  2. […] This goes towards my 101 Books Challenge and my A-Z Book […]

  3. […] This goes towards my 101 Books Challenge and my A-Z Book […]

  4. It’s an explosive spy-thriller, an American version of James Bond by Kensington Roth

    ABLE DANGER Synopsis

    Agent Harrison Court-006 a black ops-spy discovers China’s secret attack planned for the U. S. taking him on a new mission across Asia and Europe against time to stop a rogue ex-CIA agent DaSage. Court uncovers China’s deadly super weapon from a known terrorist leader hiding in the caves of Tora Bora. OO6 must find out what American cities the silent gravity weapon will destroy by defeating the phantom of reverse gravity before history is altered forever.

    Excerpt from Chapter 1

    From outer space the satellite disengages its laser on this American suburban household, as the TEST of Gravvox’s destructive fire power has concluded. The laser’s disengagement creates a sensitizing, bursting, spherical-shaped flash traveling almost forever in space. The effects of the laser burning out causes a phenomenal, geomagnetic interference with Earth’s ATMOSPHERE.


    by Carmela Hammie
The book reads as if I was watching the movie. It’s simply incredible to actually envision the car chase in Rome and the love scenes on Berhala Beach was simply spectacular. It’s definitely the new American Bond movie. It’s a must read novel.

    by Barbara Hudson
    I thoroughly enjoyed the premise. I felt the author was writing in a style similar to Robert Crais and David Baldacci. The author has his own unique style and is obviously on his way to write many more good spy-action novels.

  5. […] This goes towards my 101 Books Challenge and my A-Z Book Challenge December 29th, 2009 | Tags: Beautiful Creatures, book, book review, […]

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