Bloodthirsty mermaid or lonely mutant?

With a title like Slug Pie Story #2: How to Rid Your Swimming Pool of a Bloodthirsty Mermaid you know you’re in for an interesting take in children’s fiction. If there is any doubt allowed by such a title the … Continue reading

Mythological psychopomps get a facelift in Marked (Servants of Fate)

Marked by Sarah Fine My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is my first book by Sarah Fine and I’m happy to say she has only whet my appetite with Marked. In this darker urban dystopian-esque fantasy, set some distance … Continue reading

Meet Deanna Madden, The Girl in 6E

The Girl in 6E by Alessandra Torre My rating: 5 of 5 stars After reading the first Deanna Madden book it’s not hard to understand why Hachette Book Group picked up this originally self-published novel. The Girl in 6E is … Continue reading

Reviewing DeMarco’s Saving Gracie

Saving Gracie by Nancy DeMarco My rating: 5 of 5 stars Saving Gracie was a thoroughly delightful read. Much like a pot luck held by a denizen of quaint, seemingly quiet Coyne Falls, New Hampshire this story is a cobbling … Continue reading

Review: Clonmac’s Bridge by Jeffrey Perren

Clonmac’s Bridge by Jeffrey Perren My rating: 3 of 5 stars Note: I received a copy of this text in exchange for an unbiased review. True to its blurb, Clonmac’s Bridge is an interesting fusion of genres. Revolving around the … Continue reading

Review: Early Daze by Jennifer Gilby Roberts

Early Daze by Jennifer Gilby Roberts My rating: 5 of 5 stars Early Daze reads much like a memoir although from Roberts’ explanation (found included on the purchase page for the book) it isn’t meant to be. Although partially … Continue reading