Review: David Dubrow’s The Nephilim and the False Prophet (Armageddon Book 2)

The Nephilim and the False Prophet by David Dubrow My rating: 5 of 5 stars Classified as paranormal or supernatural horror, the Armageddon series is a terrifyingly excellent mash-up of Apocalyptic and Dystopian genres. Add in a hefty dose of … Continue reading

Bralick’s A Dark So Deep in review

A Dark So Deep by J. Leigh Bralick My rating: 5 of 5 stars There aren’t too many books out there that I wait most (im)patiently for. A Dark So Deep was one of them. The sequel to The Madness … Continue reading

Review: Dancing on Rocks by Rose Senehi

Dancing on Rocks by Rose Senehi My rating: 4 of 5 stars Dancing on Rocks was a surprisingly engaging read. Focusing on the main character of Georgie Hydock, recently returned to her hometown of Chimney Rock Village at the base … Continue reading

Review: The Blessed Man and the Witch by David Dubrow

The Blessed Man and the Witch by David Dubrow My rating: 4 of 5 stars Dubrow delivers a novel that takes three seemingly disparate genres and smashes them all together like some author’s cruel joke on an unsuspecting literary Humpty … Continue reading

Review: Whisper Gatherers by Nicola McDonagh

Whisper Gatherers by Nicola J. McDonagh My rating: 4 of 5 stars Having read both Echoes from the Lost Ones and then the following A Silence Heard, I was excited to hear McDonagh had written a prequel. Whisper Gatherers takes … Continue reading

Review: Hunters Quest by Kasper Beaumont

Hunters’ Quest by Kasper Beaumont My rating: 3 of 5 stars Written in what I consider classic fantasy style, Hunters’ Quest sticks true to the traditional archetypes of elves and halflings, dwarves, shape shifting men, gnomes, centaurs and fairies, just … Continue reading

Review: Barbara Baker by Steven Hugh

Barbara Baker by Steven Hugh My rating: 4 of 5 stars I wasn’t quite sure what to expect in the reading of Barbara Baker, a simply titled book about a seemingly innocuous woman with a secret past. The blurb provides … Continue reading

Review: Ian Pemberton by Steven Hugh

Ian Pemberton by Steven Hugh My rating: 3 of 5 stars Hugh delivers another slow-burner in his second novel, Ian Pemberton. True to the blurb, Ian, a young Englishman, wakes up one morning fed up with his current state of … Continue reading

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