The Second Super: A Review

I have a love of good superhero fiction.  One of my favorite series for example is Cape High by RJ Ross, a long series of Novellas detailing a super hero high school.  Every so often I go on Amazon and…

Bloody Rose: A Review

This book had a lot to live up to as the follow up to Kings of the Wyld.  Taking place 6 years after the events of that novel, this book follows a young girl named Tam who is obsessed with…

Kings of the Wyld: A Review

This has to be the best fantasy novel I have read in a very long time.  I found this book by sheer accident, looking up “Best of Fantasy 2018” lists for new stuff to read.  What I actually found was…

Captivity, The Memoirs of Abel Mondragon Book 1 – A Review

This is going to be a fairly short review, simply because the book (novella, really) is pretty short as well.  I picked this up because I know the author from twitter, and decided to finally give him a shot after…

The Storm Runner – A Review

I love mythology.  Legends, heroes, gods, monsters, all of it.  I have since I was kid, when I read stuff like Beowulf and the Odyssey in middle school on my own.  I dare say that mythology is what got me…

King of Ashes: A #Book Review

I am not sure exactly if I have read the same book as most people on Amazon or Goodreads seem to have read, as there is almost universal praise on those sites.  I can say, that for me the story…

Lost Artifacts of Greyghast: A Review

Thanks again to the great creators known as ManySidedDice for giving me this hefty tome to take a look at. My short written review can best be summed up as a mixed bag.  While its got a great collection of…

Demonkin by T Eric Bakutis – A Review

This book was provided to me by the Author in exchange for an Honest Review The Blurb from the Authors Site – “For years Jyllith Malconen ended lives and damned souls to avenge her family, only to learn all her…

The Stolen Child by Peter Brunton – A Review

A Copy of this book was provided to me by the Author in exchange for an honest review. The blurb: “There are roads that are not on any map. There are worlds beyond our own, where cities hang between the…

Alistair Grim’s Odd Aquaticum by Gregory Funaro – A Review

A Copy of this Novel was provided to me by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review The blurb, as always: “When Grubb, an orphan and runaway chimney sweep, entered the wondrous world of the Odditorium, his life changed forever.…

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