Book Review: And Then There Were None

"Ten . . ." Ten strangers are lured to an isolated island mansion off the Devon coast by a mysterious "U. N. Owen." "Nine . . ." At dinner a recorded message accuses each of them in turn of having a guilty secret, and by the end of the night one of the guests is dead. "Eight . . ." Stranded by a violent storm, and haunted by a nursery rhyme counting down one by one . . . as one by one . . . they begin to die. "Seven . . ." Which among them is the killer and will any of them survive?

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?

The Book Dragon is BACK!

Hi everyone!Thanks so much for continuing to enjoy my blog and sending me messages, even when I haven't been very active (okay, at ALL active) in the past few months. This was my first semester of teaching--I finished my student teaching in the fall, woot!--and I actually found a job at a great school! See... Continue Reading →

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