Saturday, July 30, 2016

Book Review from Oh My Bookness of Suspended (Vagabond Circus) (Volume 1) By Sarah Noffke

Suspended (Vagabond Circus)(Volume 1)
By Sarah Noffke 

Length: 245 pages

  • Publication date: January 15, 2016
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0192PV0ZM






Book Description:

When a stranger joins the cast of Vagabond Circus—a circus that is run by Dream Travelers and features real magic—mysterious events start happening. The once orderly grounds of the circus become riddled with hidden threats. And the ringmaster realizes not only are his circus and its magic at risk, but also his very life. Vagabond Circus caters to the skeptics. Without skeptics, it would close its doors. This is because Vagabond Circus runs for two reasons and only two reasons: first and foremost to provide the lost and lonely Dream Travelers a place to be illustrious. And secondly, to show the nonbelievers that there’s still magic in the world. If they believe, then they care, and if they care, then they don’t destroy. They stop the small abuse that day-by-day breaks down humanity’s spirit. If Vagabond Circus makes one skeptic believe in magic, then they halt the cycle, just a little bit. They allow a little more love into this world. That’s Dr. Dave Raydon’s mission. And that’s why this ringmaster recruits. That’s why he directs. That’s why he puts on a show that makes people question their beliefs. He wants the world to believe in magic once again.


Suspended (Vagabond Circus)(Volume 1)
Author: Sarah Noffke 
Review By: Brittany Perez (Oh My Bookness)
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July 29, 2016



Sarah Noffke has written a brilliant and exciting book ‘Suspended’ it gyre within Vagabond traveling circus. They are unlike any other circus, this one is magical and they aim to the skeptics, and their goal is to bring magic into their lives and  that magic thrives by the Dream Travelers. Suspended will keep you on the edge of your seat, it will put you in suspense, with the mystery and dupery.

 The characters each have a different ability to bring to the circus, each individual has a marvelous personality to them. There is no doubt that Sarah Noffke has put a lot of effort into this book and to the details to each character.



About The Author: 

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Sarah Noffke writes YA and NA sci-fi fantasy and is the author of the Lucidites, Reverians, Ren and Vagabond Circus series. She holds a Masters of Management and teaches college business courses. Most of her students have no idea that she toils away her hours crafting fictional characters. Noffke's books are top rated and best-sellers on Kindle. Currently, she has eleven novels published. Her books are available in paperback, audio and in Spanish and Italian. 



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Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Book Review from Oh My Bookness of Joss the Seven By J.Philip Horne

Joss the Seven
By J.Philip Horne

  • Publication date: May 5, 2016 Publisher: J. Philip Horne ASIN: B01F8CULT4

Book Description:
Fourteen-year-old Joss Morgan loves a good prank, but the joke’s on him when he discovers he has superpowers. The Mockers are coming for Joss, and they’ll use any means necessary to force him into a life of crime.  ,he

The Guild of Sevens asks Mara to secretly train Joss in his new powers. To fight back against the Mockers, Mara sends him on missions to steal corporate secrets. Fighting crime with crime feels upside down, and soon Joss wonders which side he’s really on. 

Then the Mockers show up at his house, and Joss is out of time. He sets up a desperate, high-stakes prank to save his family. If he fails, he won’t end up in the principal’s office. He’ll be six feet under. 


Praises For Joss The Seven by J.Philip Horne

Joss the Seven
Author: J. Philip Horne

Review By: Brittany Perez (Oh My Bookness)

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July 26, 2016


Joss The Seven by J. Philip Hornes, what can I say, yes it's another Dystopian setting, yes it's another fantasy, yes it has action and adventure, but it's a middle grade level novel that does stand up--stand up to be talked about. Here now is Joss The Seven and what I believe to be, to have read, this is what I have to say...

Joss The Seven has won my mind, my imagination, my curiosity. I would often say I would like to read the next book to find out more, say I’m curious, but never have I said that a book deserves rightfully another Sequel till now and if I have, it has yet to be forever this genre.

Why? Well that’s a fair question—

A 14 year old prankster is about to have his world changed—who knew though that his unique talents would help him in saving his family. With magical powers, superhero like, he must fight something he hasn’t even trained for and never heard of. A lot like Percy Jackson in a way, young kids, not perfect who discovers something about ones self that is different. For Joss he discovers that he is different, that he has a gift. The difference is the setting, the storyline, and no mythology. Though when you read it you’ll see the similarities there, you will see similarities in technique knowing how to take the reader on the adventure without giving away to much of the story, leaving a cliff hanger and wanting more.

What is also nice about Joss The Seven, it’s a character you can admire and look up to. It’s Dystopian setting story that instead of being just a dark storyline it has a mixture with a realistic aspects to the characters. As we are taken on the journey Joss must take, you see how hard it is to trust, how hard it is learning to trust. We see the lengths he goes through learning about strength and morality and learning about revenge. Learning how one can easily take revenge on one who does you wrong but taking the high ground shows strength and wisdom. I do have to say with the plot twist, the narrative, the clearly written storyline and not overly describing the setting or its characters, it allows the reader to discover new information along with each individual character.

As the reader follows the plot, as it unfolds, the reader can discover new information about each of the charachters and others and their enemies along the way. The reader gets to discover new things along with the protagonist and the other characters that is brought forth. The reader is allowed to discover new things with the characters and that I enjoyed.

It’s a book I have to say I enjoyed. A book I enjoyed the form, the layout, the writing. I compared it to Percy Jackson, but stands as in this genre quite original take, with vision and insight. If there will be a sequel, as I hope there will be, I will be right there to read it.


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J. Philip Horne lives in Dallas, Texas with his wife, four kids, two dogs, two rabbits, and several literary aspirations.



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