Funny Friday – end of the worlds and immortal bounty hunters

It’s been two weeks since my last Funny Friday, but for some reason, I couldn’t get into writing. But here we are again with two novels. Yes, only two single books. I thought I’d add one more, but somehow it didn’t fit. It’s not going to be a long post [I think].

Let’s start with a two-author story. Two fantastic authors that made an amazing job writing this book. The one and only…

Good Omens

Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman

And try to tell me that book’s no good, I dare you!

The lazy or super busy ones had an occasion to listen to the adaptation of this story on BBC Radio. It was a rather good adaptation, so if you’ll ever have another chance just listen to it.

I’m not going to write a review, mostly because I just found some really nice ones on GR and I feel mine wouldn’t be as good, I mean, check out the first paragraph of this one: Jeremy Zerbe’s Reviews.

Why do I love this book? Continue reading “Funny Friday – end of the worlds and immortal bounty hunters”

Fun of the hunt

It’s funny, it’s fast and it’s worth your time. A story about a succubus and a demigod gladiator whose fates entwine… again.

From Hell to BreakfastFrom Hell to Breakfast by Cynthia St. Aubin

My rating: star-full-iconstar-full-iconstar-full-iconstar-full-iconstar-empty-icon

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I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Goodreads blurb:

Crixus is a supernatural bounty hunter with a broken heart and a loose zipper. Lavinia is a succubus with a smart mouth and a long rap sheet. When her crimes become his problem, they’re in for one hell of a ride.

Well… I know the blurb might not be very appealing to some of you, but it’s an enjoyable read, perfect if you need a mood raising book or if you want something light and funny to read.

This book is somehow connected to other stories by Cynthia St. Aubin, but I haven’t read them, so I can’t tell you how. There is a hint about Crixus’ past at the beginning of the book, but no specific information. Even though I’d like to know what happened this knowledge isn’t needed to enjoy this story. Continue reading “Fun of the hunt”