Book Review: Her Crown of Fire

In this fantasy novel by Renee April, Rose Evermore is more than she appears. She is drawn to a river in her world, and as she and her best friend Tyson fall in, they are transported to another world--a magical world. As she tries to master her power over fire as a new fire mage in the Academy, Tyson must hide himself from that same Academy... Or else. But Rose is not one to simply sit around and let the bullies win. She has a plan, the only question is will it work in time?

Book Review: Sorrowfish

Title: Sorrowfish Author: Anne C. Miles Series: The Call of the Lorica Genre: Fantasy Publishing Date: August 30th, 2019 Publishing Co.: Indie Length: 363 pages Format: Kindle Unlimited, Paperback Acquired: Given a free paperback copy in exchange for an honest review Amazon Link: Sorrowfish TWO WORLDS ONE FATE A bard. A wizard...and a college student from Kentucky. Sara Moore is having crazy dreams.... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Marshal

Elizabeth, a brand-new Marshal, sets out with her team to hunt down the notorious Wes Kerrigan. Their only hope to find Kerrigan and take him down is through the use of his old partner, an outlaw only minutely less evil, Rubin Stark. Stark leads the Marshals through the wastelands, hunting Kerrigan but always one step behind, and time is not on their side. Will the Marshals find Kerrigan before he destroys the world--again? Or will Stark turn on them before the deed is done?

Book Review: Moroda

Set in a world of magic, dragons, and war, Moroda must find a way to stop the battle before the entire world is set aflame by dragon fire. A leader of the flying race--Arillians--has been stealing the power of dragons and forcing people of all races to join his cause of world domination. Moroda and her small band of newly found friends are the world's only hope for survival. But what can a sky pirate, two weaponsmiths, a run-away soldier, a filthy Varkain, a cast-off Arillian, and two former Goldstone sisters do against the power of dragons? 

Book Review: Dreams of Winter

In this sci-fi crossed with fantasy, the universe is in trouble. The Gods have abandoned the humans after destroying each other in a fight that obliterated an entire planet. Now, they slumber within each of their own worlds, and it seems as if humans may be able to thrive without the Gods. But that all changes when one of the Three, the sons of the Gods, is broken out of prison. Now, each of the Three, whom many think are only myths, are free on the planet Crimeat. They have the power to destroy that world, and even the universe. Will the Conclave and Inquisition be able to stop them before it's too late?

Book Review: The Duchess of the Shallows

In this riveting fantasy story by Neil McGarry and Daniel Ravipinto, a poor girl with a mystery past and going by the name of Duchess is thrust into a higher calling. She must complete this almost impossible task set her by the intriguing and mysterious group known as The Grey. If she is able to complete the task, she will be initiated into this secret society, one that will grant her status and infamy within her world. But is everything as it seems? Will The Grey hold up their end of the bargain if Duchess makes it out alive?

Book Review: Second Skin: Fractures

In this LitRPG novel, set in a medieval "world," Dreya must figure out to survive as an outsider and hide her Deathless status from the world's native inhabitants. Dreya, her screen name in this new world, started off as an old man, who had lost everything in his life that was important to him, including his own wife. In a final attempt to make his life meaningful again, he enclosed himself into a new virtual reality game system, which took his body and placed it into this new, supposedly virtual world. But something happened as he was crossing over, and now he is stuck in the world as his avatar, Dreya. Throughout the novel, the man, now Dreya, is searching for ways to survive in the unfamiliar world, as well as searching for who she truly is. Is she the same man that her body left behind in the real world? Or is she actually becoming Dreya herself?

Book Review: Resurrection Men

In this seemingly normal story about a couple of body snatchers from Glasgow, Scotland in the late 19th century, David Craig takes us on a terrifying and unexpected journey fraught with creatures from a nightmare. Foley and Hunt wind their way through coverups and mystery, kidnappings and brainwashing, even murders, all simply so they can go back to their normal, mundane lives of scrounging up enough money to take to the bar at night and keep Foley's pharmacy open during the day. But when they begin to uncover the secrets of the Sooty Feathers Club, their lives can no longer be "normal." Now, Foley and Hunt have to fight for their lives with the help of the age-old Templars and a woman with a grudge. Will they be able to beat back the evil penetrating Glasgow? Or will they end up as a Vampyre's midnight meal?

Book Review: Legend of the Stone Keepers

In this YA Fantasy, J.L. Trepanier takes her readers on an amazing journey. The mission of her beautifully fleshed-out characters is to find the shattered pieces of the world's soul in order to fuse them back together and thus banish Nixa Somnia, the everlasting winter that freezes a being from the inside out. On this journey are the young, newly graduated Elaro, his classmate Cirra, his hero--and the Obsidian Warrior in the flesh--Plutollo, brothers Garenth and Ronin, the fiery Kindle, and the asthmatic scientist Atlas. Each have their role to play in obtaining the first piece of Terranum's soul, which lies with the humans. Will Elaro find the confidence within himself to lead his crew to the stone? Will the humans help the Agraxians save the world, or will they be too focused on their differences?

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