Evelyn Chartres Author
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Evelyn Reads Blood Drops

Blood Drops by author W.B. Welch is more than just a collection of horror stories. Each take something familiar and adds just enough distilled horror to leave an impression lingering on your mind.

This book is a quick read, and features chapters that are of varying lengths. I found that the one to two page stories had the most impact overall. Every chapter is just the right length to have an effect, be it by leaving me stunned or looking over my shoulder just in case. This author has really mastered the art of prose!

I highly recommend this book, and look forward to reading new works from this author.

Evelyn Reads the Link Between Us

The post apocalyptic genre is a bit overplayed at times, especially if your catalyst involves zombies, disease, or a devastating war. The Link Between Us: Managing the Apocalypse by C.J. Boyle takes this tired premise and adds a new twist.

This book starts out innocently enough. An accidental discovery about the origins of humanity ends up spreading a mutagenic pathogen that changes half the population. From that point on, it becomes clear that something will go wrong!

Sure enough, things do go sideways, and soon you get to know a cadre of fleshed out characters in the quest to survive. I enjoyed being there from day one, to witnessย  these imperfect beings struggle to survive. That imperfection after all what makes them human.

The story is fast paced, well thought out, and filled with character development. You will get to know them, love them, and may even cry when things go wrong!

I look forward to reading more from this author in the near future.

Review โ€“ Clara’s Journey

Evelyn Chartres does an amazing job of guiding us through Clara’s journey into becoming a hunter…

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Amazon Customer, 4.0 out of 5 stars, Loved this story! January 22, 2019 - Published on Amazon.com Evelyn Chartres does an amazing job of guiding us through Clara's journey into becoming a hunter and subsequently evolving into one of the best. Her character is well-developed, as are the supporting characters. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this, and look forward to reading more from Ms. Chartres.

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Evelyn Reads Nora from the Hollow

I consumed Nora From the Hollow byย Marlena Owens in one sitting! This is a murder mystery that takes place in a small town in 1895. People often yearn for the simple life and simpler times, to live in a place where everyone knows everyone. That is, until life gets complicated, people die, and the townsfolk turn on one another.

This book focuses on two characters, Nora, and Dirk a Sheriff’s deputy. Their paths cross often enough as the mystery unfolds, and provides different points of view as information is revealed to the reader.

There is plenty of interaction and dialogue with other characters, the best of which involves Dirk’s sisters. Some of it is rather witty and memorable, which makes this an enjoyable read. The story is notable in many ways, as are some of the characters.

I look forward to reading more works from this author!

Review โ€“ Strong Female Characters

There are a lot of strong female characters in this book, which is something I appreciate!

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Katherine Holom - 3.0 out of 5 Stars - Interesting Novel - This paranormal novel covers a lot of ground with an interesting and different take on hunters. Conceptually I liked it a lot. The plot was wide-ranging and complex. Clara, the main character, is remarkable. Instinctively sheโ€™s able to handle some things that most cannot. She is written a bit like Sherlock Holmes, with Clara often the smartest in the room. Even as a child sheโ€™s more perceptive than most around her. Instincts that certainly come in handy because the world is a dangerous place. There are a lot of strong female characters in this book, which is something I appreciate!

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