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September TBR

The Books listed below are listed in the order which I need to read them

A Mission to Fail (kindle, 19% read)                                                                                                                                 for a book tour review, will be published on 10th

Fiend by Peter Stenson (Kindle, 47% read)                                                                                                                     received for review via Blogging for books

Anna, The Starseed Series by Meghan Riley (paperback)                                                                                            a book received free from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Talented, Talented Saga by Sophie Davis (Kindle, 3% read)                                                                                         an ebook received for free in return for an honest review

Destruction by Sharon Bayliss (Kindle)                                                                                                                            an ebook received for free in return for an honest review

The Evolution of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin   (kindle, 7% read)                                                                         being read as part of the Mara Dyer Read-along

Book 1 Instruments of Darkness in Crowther & Westerman three book omibus by Imogen Robertson (kindle, 3% read)

The Doppler Effect by Dr. Shawn Phillips (paperback)                                                                                                  a book received for free from the author in exchange for an honest review

Dreams of the Dead, 1/3 The Waking by Thomas Randal (kindle, 12% read)

Half Bad by Sally Green (paperback, pg 100)

Trouble by Non Pratt (paperback, pg 24)

Fade, 1/2 (4) Fade Series two book bind up by Kailin Gow (Kindle, 29% read)

Reboot, 1/2 Reboot by Amy Tintara (kindle, 9% read)

Cherry Red Summer, 1/2 Emely and Elyas) by Carina Bartsch (Kindle, 4% read)                                                    received from Netgalley for review

Crossed, 2/3 Matched by Ally Condie (kindle, 51% read)

Schism, 1/3 The Battle for Darracia by Michael Phillip Cash (Paperback, 202 pages)                                              a book received for free from the author in exchange for an honest review

Book 1 Lightening Strike in the Vanished Series two book bind up by Meg Cabot (kindle, 28% read)

The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of her Own Making by Catherynne M Valente (paperback, )

Sleight of Hand, 1/4 Stolen Hearts by Kate Kelly (Kindle, 53% read

Found,1 Penny Black by Stacey Wallace Benefeil (Kindle, 7% read)

The Island of a Thousand Fountains by Sarah Lark (Kindle)                                                                                                             received for review as part of a book tour blog hop









Consequences, 1/6 Consequences Series by Aleatha Romig (kindle, 3% read)

Sanctus, 1/3 Sancti by Simon Toyne (kindle, just started)



Book Review: The Octavian Latticework by Jack Belmonte



The Octavian LatticeworkFormat: Kindle Edition      ASIN: B003A02OME                                                               File Size: 1240 KB/Print Length: 324 pages                                                 Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited                                                    Hardcover   ISBN-10: 0989177513/SBN-13: 978-0989177511                                                                             324 pages                                                                     Publisher: Voltaire Publishing (1 Mar 2013)                                                                   Language: English




America, 2023. Johnny Luca is a rookie counter-terrorism agent for the U.S. Anti-Subversion Authority. He and his partner, Julius Fullerton, are on the heels of Brigade 910, a domestic terror group led by the shadowy Octavian. Together they stumble upon the nightmarish terror attack that Octavian is planning-a symphony of destruction known as Project Orion.                                                 Meanwhile, Reed Wilkins is a President in crisis. He has vowed to veto the draconian Total Information Awareness Act, a law that would give the government sweeping powers to turn America into a surveillance state. For his opposition, Wilkins knows he will be assassinated-by Alexander Bryson, the ultra-nationalist Director of the Anti-Subversion Authority. Determined to defeat Bryson and destroy the new law,Wilkins reaches out to Agent Hunter Peterson, an old friend and the leader of Luca and Fullerton’s team. When Luca  discovers that his late detective father investigated Octavian in the last year  of his life, the young agent sets in motion a chain of events that plunges the team into the heart of both plots- the Project Orion terror attack and the plan to assassinate President Wilkins. From the streets of Newark to the World Trade Center in Manhattan, through secret passageways beneath Washington to midnight meetings at Arlington National Cemetery, Jack Belmonte’s debut novel will take you to an America under siege, where freedom and tyranny struggle for supremacy at zero hour.


Thank you to Jack Belmonte the author of this book for contacting me via my Goodreads account to ask if I would review the book for him. But I  have to say sorry to the author for it taking me so long to read the book but I found it quite hard and heavy going in places especially the governmental/political things that were being covered. This was a fascinating book because it was an alternative look at what America could have become following 9/11 especially looking in to the future in fact in fact you could see some parallels to what America is like in some ways since 9/11. I thought it was grate how well all the stories with in the book interlinked with each other, i.e. Luca’s father having done some work connected with Octavian several years ago and the fact that Luca was now involved in brining down Octavian and saving the Presidents life.  I also loved the love story between Luca & his on off girlfriend. At some point in time I will reread this book and I am sure that I will enjoy it a bit more as I already know the basis of the story. and It also a book that I will recommend  it to other people & buy as a gift for people.


Good Reads Author

born                             in New York, NY, The United States
gender                        male
website                       https://www.facebook.com/jack.belmonte.79
twitter username   Jack Belmonte
genre                           FictionThriller
influences                 George OrwellStephen KingChristopher Hitchens
member since          December 2008


About this author

Jack Belmonte lives in Washington, DC.