Evelyn Chartres Author
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Review – Strong Female Characters

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

Thank you Katherine Holom for your wonderful 🌟🌟🌟 review of The Van Helsing Paradox! Someone who appreciates the strong women featured within!

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 she’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 she’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!

You can enjoy my dark fantasy story about the life and times of a hunter! See why a gal has to look out for herself after all!

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Teresa Hurst’s Review of the Van Helsing Paradox

The lovely Teresa Hurst Author has posted book review for my latest novel The Van Helsing Paradox on her YouTube Channel! Be sure to check it out!

Besides, she nailed the pronunciation of Chartres! 😉

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Review – Fast-Paced Adventure with Vampires

This book was a fast-paced adventure that fans of urban fantasy and vampires will enjoy.

Thank you Brandi E Collins for your wonderful 🌟🌟🌟🌟 review of The Van Helsing Paradox! Happy to find a fan! 😊

Fast-paced adventure with vampiresBy Brandi Easterling Collinson - Clara Grey has a hard life from the very beginning. All the circumstances that should have made her weak have made her strong instead. At a school for hunters, she learns to fight vampires using all weapons at her disposal but most importantly her intelligence and wit. This book was a fast-paced adventure that fans of urban fantasy and vampires will enjoy.

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Evelyn Reads the Engine What Runs the World

The Engine What Runs the World by Quinn W. Buckland introduces the reader to a new world, one where humanity has gone through multiple world-changing events leading to a technology regressive society. It introduces a vertical society that are literally based on levels, each with their own quirks and customs.

I loved it! The characters have depth and a detailed history. Their interactions with the world are memorable, and details early on play a part throughout. The author also plays a role, known as The Writer, a divine entity that drives the story; an element I found to be both cute and witty.

It is clear that there will be much more to explore from this world, and I look forward to diving into it in the future! Highly recommended!

Evelyn Goes on a Reading Binge

It’s been a while since I last had the opportunity to just read. Life tends to get in the way, and the past two months were spent writing a new manuscript. This week, I my schedule cleared up and I read through three novellas! So here are my three quick book reviews!

All these books and authors are highly recommended!

Hunting Death

I found this book to be a quick and gripping read. I swear that this author channels Bram Stoker in her writing, taking some of the canon and introducing great twists along the way. This book is certainly recommended!

Dream a Little Dream of Me

I just tore through this book in an evening and I was honestly blown away. While new to her world, I easily dove in and found a rich tapestry of characters and scenes to feed my imagination. Vampires, ghosts, old souls, and other elements all combine beautifully! The characters are well written, relatable, and compelling.

This book is clearly part of a larger collection of books and yet stands on its own. Highly recommended!

Taken by Greek Gods: Odysseus Fattens Kalypso

A well-known tale taken from the Odyssey and expanded. Author adds historically accurate details like meals, and measurements to make it seem more authentic. Although, it’s the characters that really shine, giving a humanity to the hero and throwing in a few sex scenes for good measure!

Highly recommended!