Monday, December 17, 2012

Review: The Trouble With Nightingale

The Trouble With Nightingale by Amaleen Ison
Book Info:
e-book- First Edition
38 pages- word count: 9200
Author: Amaleen Ison
Published by Musa Publishing
Released: January 20th 2011 
 
Synopsis:(goodreads)
When eighteen-year-old Millie Scrubbings moves to new digs on East London’s Nightingale Estate, she believes she’s finally closed the door on a childhood dictated by strangers. But overnight, her peaceful high-rise turns bonkers, and a series of grisly murders leaves Millie frightened and more helpless than ever.

Millie must accept her lead role in rescuing Nightingale from its descent into anarchy, or risk all Hell breaking loose.
 
My Review:
I received a copy of this book for an honest review.

There has been a string of gruesome murders occurring since Millie Scrubbings has moved into her new apartment in Nightingale. The murders have even followed Millie into her apartment complex, where other residents are being killed. After opening another mystery package from an unknown sender full of more witchcrafting books, Millies life is turned upside down.

After meeting her familiar and learning she has no choice but to embrace her new job: Hell's Gate Keeper, or all Hell will break loose.

This novel is a great quick read with humor, danger, and naked men. 

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