Book Review, cobbogoth

Book Review: Cobbogoth

Title: Cobbogoth
Author: Hannah L. Clark
Publisher: KinStone Publishing
Release Date: December 2010
Pages: 308
Series: Cobbogoth #1

To seventeen-year-old Norah Lukens, the Cobbogothians were just a myth. But after her archeologist uncle’s brutal murder, and being asked to translate one of his old research journals for evidence, she begins a journey to discover the truth for herself.

Chasing the myth her uncle was obsessed with, Norah learns that his murder was a cover up for something far more sinister. If she hopes to save others from suffering the same fate he did–including the peculiarly magnetic James Riley–she must head to Iceland in order to find out the truth once and for all.

If she succeeds, she’ll gain the one thing she’s always longed for.

But if she fails, not even the gods can help her.

My Thoughts:
This is a great book!!! Everyone go read it. . . right now. I first heard about Cobbogoth when Hannah Clark, the author, contacted me. I then went to her website,, and read the first two chapters of the book. I was hooked! This was a few months ago so I was really looking forward to the book release earlier this month.

This read took my emotions on a roller coaster ride. I was happy, sad, heart-broken, excited, betrayed, scared, nervous, angry, ecstatic. Norah was a normal 17-year-old girl until she learned more about the Cobbogothians, and her life began to change.

I loved the mythical creatures. Some were awesome and amazing others were plain creepy and terrifying. Norah searched to learn more about herself and to keep herself and those she loved alive. Yes there’s a boy, his name is James. I won’t ruin your fun by giving any details away, but believe me you’ll enjoy it.

Cobbogoth is a fun and exciting read. I recommend it to everyone! I look forward to reading book 2 when it’s released.

Happy Reading!

Content Ratings: highlight between ( ) for details
Sexual Content: mild ( kissing )
Language: none
Violence: mild/moderate ( deaths, injuries, blood )

*I received a copy of Cobbogoth from the author. Thank you! I do not get paid for any of my reviews. My reviews are solely my opinion.*


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