Sunday, August 17, 2014

{Book Review} "Chase Tinker and the House of Secrets" by Malia Ann Haberman

*Disclosure: I received the following product(s) below from the Author in exchange for an honest review and in no way was I asked to give a positive review. I received no compensation for this publication. My opinions are my own and may differ from those of your own. This disclosure is in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255, Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

Book Description:

In Chase Tinker's world, magic, lies and secrets can be a lethal combination...

After spending the summer at his grandfather's gigantic, incredibly magical house, thirteen-year-old Chase Tinker thought things couldn't get any more bizarre, or that the secrets and lies couldn't get any worse, but he was wrong.

As summer turns into Autumn, join Chase and his family for even more magical craziness in this exciting sequel to "Chase Tinker and the House of Magic." Craziness that will include: the sneezing of strange powers, the reappearance of the evil Marlowe family, another frightening kidnapping, the discovery of a mysterious, magical Japanese-American girl, a dangerous rescue mission, and a secret so mind-boggling, it will lead to a shocking climatic finish that will turn Chase's world completely upside down and leave him feeling like one of the worst people on the planet.

About the Author, Malia Ann Haberman:

First, here's a picture of Wyatt.

He likes: playing , sleeping, shoes, music, dancing, people, his toys, causing trouble, and of course, my Chase Tinker series, my poetry and all the other things I write. Wyatt's favorite character in my Tinker books is Maxwell because he's a ferret too. :)

So here's a few things about myself:

I love writing, reading, ballroom dancing, watching TV, chocolate, pizza, avacados, Fall, driving my car, a cozy fire on a chilly night, ladybugs, snapdragons, Christmas trees, long summer days, full moons, Seahawks football, Mariners baseball, my computer, my ipod and ferrets.

I hate onions, eight-legged freaks, bigotry, bullying, rude people, waiting in line, jogging, getting up early, fleas and the middle of winter when it gets dark at 4:30 in the afternoon.

I keep Christmas lights up in my house year round. It know it's weird, but they're so colorful and festive. Besides, I'm sort of afraid of the dark and they make very lovely night lights.

I never developed wisdom teeth, but I like to think it's not because I'm not wise, I'm just more evolved. :)

I have TERRIBLE motion sickness. I can't even watch or play a video game with too much movement. It really sucks.

I don't know why, but kids and cats always really like me.

I have two awesome daughters and four wild and crazy ferrets.

I've had a lot of different jobs (cashier, ballroom dance instructor, proof operator, car salesperson, receptionist, server, bartender, AutoCAD drafter, office clerk, real estate agent, hand assembly worker, ferret-sitter), but more than anything, because I love reading so much, I've always just wanted to write 'Tween/Teen books for all the 'Tweens and Teens out there to enjoy and look forward to reading.

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Purchase "Chase Tinker and the House of Secrets" on:
Barnes & Noble
Crossroad Press
Google Books


"Chase Tinker & The House of Secrets" is the second book of the Chase Tinker Series.  The author picks up where the first book left off along with more magick, mysteries, secrets, thrills, chills and laughs. I found the author's characters to be believable, likable and typical for their "ages" within the story.  The plot is action packed and very well written with many twists and turns.  Most definitely looking forward to the next book in the series! Highly recommended for all from pre-teen to adult.

I give "Chase Tinker & The House of Secrets" a 5 star rating.

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