Category: Book Review

Book Review: Dark Space

Dark Space: Humanity is Defeated is the first book of six in the Dark Space series by Jasper T. Scott. There are also three books in an accompanying series Dark Space Universe. When I signed up for Jasper’s newsletter, I received a copy for…

Review – Wolf

Wolf John Legg’s novel Wolf answers a question you have probably never asked yourself. What would happen if a werewolf were to try to navigate America’s Wild West during the age of stage coaches and telegraphs? The answer is as bloody as you might…

Book Review- The Bones of the Earth

The Bones of the Earth by Scott Bury is a part of the Book Club Reading List and is truly an asset to the fantasy section of the website. Fast paced and detailed, it will keep readers hooked until the last page. “Civilization is…

Book Review- Demon Dance

The Sundancer Demon Dance is the first book in Brian Freyermuth’s Sundancer series. There are currently two books in the series and Brian is working on book number three right now. This title from Book Club Reading List is a captivating urban fantasy, filled…

Book Review – The View Beyond Earth and The Webs of Varok

The Archives of Varok “Come to me, Shawne. Let me tell you a story of how it all began. I’ll tell you the Song of Time and Beginnings…Suddenly, as if the thought were too powerful or the yearning for beauty too great—there was Existence:…

Book Review – Ana Be Still: Deathly Revelations

I discovered Ana Be Still: Deathly Revelations (Ana Be Still Series Book 1) on Cheap Kindle Books and my interest was caught by the summary and the lovely cover art. There are so many books about vampires lately, but R. Holland seemed to have a new…

Book Review – The Daughter of the Sea and the Sky

I discovered David Litwack’s novel The Daughter of the Sea and the Sky on Book Club Reading List. Be sure to check out my interview with the author here. The Daughter of the Sea and the Sky At it’s core, it is a story about…

Book Review- Willows of Fate

Suzanna J. Linton’s Willows of Fate caught my eye immediately when I came across it on Book Club Reading List. The cover is gorgeous and evocative and the summary promised a fantasy story linked intrinsically to fairy stories and other realms. I was definitely…