Book Review: The Story of Evil

The famous jouster Stephen Brightflame, his aerial warrior brother Tyrus Canard, and the fierce ranger Kari Quinn all battle the monsters attempting to take control of Celestial. Each has their own obstacles they must face, and all charge forward into the almost certain death. Will any of them survive this ordeal? Will anyone be able to save the city and its inhabitants from monster control? The mighty King Zoran, he who destroyed the infamous dragon, Draviakhan, now faces both his own grandson Prince Silvanus as well as the dragon's son, Nightstrike. Who will come out on top?

Book Review: The Unknown Hero

Isaac Philips, in this futuristic novel from another galaxy explores a tense political climate as a new species shows up unannounced, armed for war. With a plethora of futuristic inventions and a variety of alien races and worlds, Philips creates an entirely new universe, fraught with dangerous political times and on the brink of a great war. The book follows a Midek (one of the many unique races depicted), who loses his brother to an invader. His life is thus turned completely around, as he journeys to different worlds, navigating his way through the political climate and trying to do the best he can for those he believes in. Will it be enough?

Book Review: The Fire He Started

In this dark and thrilling novel by Sarah Connor, we follow the tragic story of Terra as she flees her rapist and the murderer of her entire family; Erik. What started out as a teenage romance became something much more sinister as Terra attempted to break away from the psychopath known as Erik. After he brutally murdered her entire family, she fled, erasing all proof of her existence. Finding a halfway house, Terra believed that she was safe from the monster tracking her... But Erik has more resources than should be believed--all thanks to his similarly psychopathic father's connections. Again, Terra goes on the run, and this time all seems lost, until she meets 3 kindhearted souls who take her in. Will Terra be safe with them? Or will her past come back and stab them all in the backs? Literally.

Book Review: Wrathborne

In this short novel by K.R. Doroc, we get to see the unfolding of a completely new fantasy realm, Andor. It is home to a King, Baron, Duke, and various other officials, all of which are plotting against each other. Andor has had a bloody history up until recently, will they be thrown back into a war because their nobles can't get along? We follow the footsteps of the Duke, a spy, a noble loyal to the Duke, and two soldiers on opposite sides. Each viewpoint shows the tensions of Andor growing ever taut... Who will be the one to break first?

Book Review: Voices of the Passed

In this mysterious and military-touched novel, our protagonist Caleb--a war veteran who lost his best friend in his last tour--struggles with a dark secret that may just destroy the only people he loves. He must protect them at all costs, away from the reaches of the Dark Colonel. Will he succeed? Perhaps the voices of the loving dead will aid him in this journey. 

Book Review: Wild Rose

The premise of this novel is that Milly and her friends are keeping a secret from everyone... A secret that has something to do with the Wolf-Lords. When the same Wolf-Lords that guided the emigration are called into Redcross to help the Premier with something, Milly and her friends must go through risky measures to ensure that their secret stays safe. Not only that, but Milly is offered to the Wolf-Lords in some kind of deal with the Premier, and now she must go live with them for 6 months. The story takes off, narrating Milly's friends' exploits in Redcross as well as Milly's stay with the Wolf-Lords. Are any of the girls safe?

Book Review: Happy Holiday Homicides!: Special Edition

On an island populated by the children of the Gods, the people are born with something akin to Banshee screams. The women use the vocal cords in their mouths, whereas the men use slits in their hands to direct the native scream. Anuaka and her family live in destitution, in the poorest city of Wabaton on the island of Serenium. They have fallen far, lost their parents, and now Anuaka is putting the rest of her family in danger. Anuaka must complete one last job for the most dangerous gang in the city, and then she will be out for good. Will she be able to lift her family out of the ashes of its former glory?

Book Review: There Are None So Blind

2013- In war-torn Afghanistan, four innocent service members are subjected to an unauthorized and unspeakable procedure. Deep within the confines of a sand covered bunker, a brilliant but depraved doctor will scrub the minds of this unlucky foursome, replacing them with memories of his own creation. He also finds himself developing a dark obsession for the beautiful, dark haired Marine named Cassidy.2017-Two of the quartet are dead by their own hands, while the other two are tormented nightly by horrific nightmares. Cassidy Delgado is a blind but very successful business owner in southern California. The only negative in her life are the night terrors she has been having the past few months, as the green eyed man behind the surgical mask molests and torments her.Mitch Gaynes leads a solitary but relatively peaceful existence working in a small diner in the desert outside of Flagstaff, Arizona. He enjoys the solitude of his life, but the dreams of the man behind the mask haunt his every sleeping moment.When Bryce Powers, a psychologist in Anaheim, CA, and his daughter Kaylee meet Cassidy purely by chance, they are instantly drawn to one another. As their group’s number grows, they will join forces to confront a truly malevolent presence hell bent on destroying all of them.When the brains behind the memory replacement program makes his way to California to find Cassidy, no one is safe from the evil that he brings with him, and none of their lives will ever be the same.

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