Saturday, February 15, 2014

Review | Skinless: A Novel in III Parts (Part I) by L. M. Davis @LMDavisWrites

Title: Skinless: A Novel in III Parts (Part I)
Author: L.M. Davis
Series: Skinless
Genre: Sci-Fi Fantasy
Length: 74 Pages


Looking at Luca, who’s just saved my life, I can’t respond. No explanation I might offer will satisfy after all of the extraordinary things he’s just witnessed. —Ankh

AnCaela Murphy's body is a ticking bomb that only her mom can defuse. The problem: her mother is missing and presumed taken by the Skinless, bogeymen from Ankh’s home world who have been hunting her and her mother for two years--ever since they fled that world and certain death.

With help from Luca, a boy whose touch confuses and who refuses to back down, Ankh races against time to find her mother before the bomb inside of her detonates, taking her life. Tracking the Skinless across the country, the pair search for her mother and uncover the horrifying truth behind the generation's old war.


I am not one who enjoys Sc-iFi or paranormal books. I find myself giving up on the read and hating myself for not following it through. However, with Skinless, I found myself quickly getting through the pages with anticipation for things to come. I look forward to reading the next installment of Skinless, so many unanswered questions and anxiety over what is to come. I would definitely recommend this to all you Sci-Fi readers and those who thought they weren’t.

About the Author
L. M. Davis loves great storytelling. She needs nothing more than a good book and a comfy chair to be happy. She was born in the south, raised in the north, and has a few degrees under her belt. She still hasn't gotten her black cat, but she thinks about it everyday. Her thoughts go something like this: "I really should get a cat." For now, she contents herself with spoiling the pets of her friends and family.

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