Book Review: The Birth of Death (The Legacy of Evorath #1) by Joseph Macolino

Author: Joseph Macolino  Release Date: 8th June 2014 Genre: Fantasy Edition: E-book Pages: 1,378 Publisher: Create Space Rating: ★★★★ Blurb: Artimus, the head investigator for the elvish kingdom of Erathal, is disturbed when he discovers that the culprit behind a recent string of kidnappings presents the greatest threat the world of Evorath has ever seen. As he develops feelings for…

Book Review: New Megiddo Rising (The Apostates #0.5) by Lars Teeney

Author: Lars Teeney Release Date: 14th September 2015 Genre: Non-Fiction Edition: E-book Pages: 87 Publisher: Self-Published Rating: ★★★★+1/2 Blurb: At the Dawn of the Texas Republic declaring independence from Mexico, New Megiddo was born. Created by a death cult led by the Reverend Brigham Wainwright, who actively works to flood the empty, barren land with his American followers; undermining his Mexican overlords.…

Book Review: The Rustle Of Silence by Lalitha Venkatraman

Author: Lalitha Venkatraman Release Date: 10th September 2016 Genre: Romantic Thriller Edition: E-book Pages: 131 Publisher: - Rating: ★ Blurb: Christopher is a handsome and brilliant businessman. His business empire had sprawled across several countries and he could have any woman he wants. His is a loving and caring nature and people adore him for his sterling qualities. For the outside world,…

Book Review: Lake Of Fire (Apostates Book #3) by Lars Teeney

Author: Lars Teeney Release Date: 1st July 2016 Genre: Science-Fiction, Dystopian Edition: E-book Pages: 250 Publisher: Xcism Press Rating: ★★★★★ Blurb: Archon Greta Sanchez and Strategos Evan Nubia struggle to hold together the Manhattan Union, amid Acolyte Possession Attacks, factional strife, and Database cartel crimes, while Sister Consuela Grajales tries to provide spiritual guidance to the people after she has renounced violence.…

Book Review: Class of ’59 by John A. Heldt

Author: John A. Heldt  Release Date: 1st September 2016 Series: American Journey (Book #4) Genre: Historical Fiction, Science-Fiction-Time Travel Edition: Ebook Pages: 293 Publisher: Self-published Rating: ★★★★ Blurb: When Mary Beth McIntire settles into a vacation house on June 2, 2017, she anticipates a quiet morning with coffee. Then she hears a noise, peers out a window, and spots a man in…

Book Review: Indiana Belle (American Journey #3) by John A. Heldt

Author:  John A. Heldt Release Date: 14th April 2016 Series: American Journey Genre: Historical Fiction, Time Travel, Romance Edition: Ebook Pages: 295 Publisher: Self-Published Rating: ★★★★★ Blurb: Providence, Rhode Island, 2017. When doctoral student Cameron Coelho, 28, opens a package from Indiana, he finds more than private papers that will help him with his dissertation. He finds a photograph of a beautiful…

Book Review: Southernmost by Sarah Sadler

Author: Sarah Sadler Release Date: September 6, 2016 Series: - Genre: Contemporary Romance Edition: e-book (Kindle) Pages: 350 Publisher: Blue French Press Rating: ★★★★ Blurb: Former Alabama beauty queen Kayla Carter is given an ultimatum by her wealthy ex-boyfriend Jackson Winslow - either move to his hometown of Charleston, South Carolina with their seven-year-old daughter or support herself on a waitress’s salary. She…

Book Review: Dead Lucky By Matt Brolly

Author: Matt Brolly Release Date: January 11, 2016 Series: DCI Michael Lambert Genre: Mystery, Crime, Triller, Detective Fiction Edition: e-book (kindle) Pages: - Publisher: Carina Rating: ★★★★ Blurb: DCI Michael Lambert is back… When a woman is murdered, the twisted killer forcing her husband to watch her slow and painful death, DCI Michael Lambert knows that his next case might be his toughest yet.…

Book Review: Myxocene by Troy Ernest Hill

Author: Troy Ernest Hill Release Date: November 1, 2015 Series: – Genre: Medical Thriller | Psychological Thriller Edition: E-book (mobi) Pages: 272 Publisher: Createspace Rating: ★★★★ Blurb: When single mother and freelance science writer Sarah Bennett interviews Dr. Ronald Keating on the Chernobyl disaster for its 30th anniversary, she unwittingly gets entangled in the retired pharmaceutical researcher’s strange plot to combat global warming…

Book Review: Shattered (House of Crimson and Clover 0.9)

Author: Sarah M. Cradit Release: February 6th 2014 Series: House of Crimson and Clover Genre: Paranormal Romance Edition: Kindle Pages: 154 Publisher: Self-published Source: Author Buy it here: Amazon Rating: ★★★★★ Blurb: Anasofiya Deschanel fled to Maine to escape her demons. She learned quickly, and violently, that you cannot run from what’s inside you. Following a…

Book Review: The Storm And The Darkness (House of Crimson and Clover 0.8)

Ana Deschanel has made a terrible mistake. The only chance of protecting the other people involved is to flee New Orleans, the only home she has ever known, for the quiet solitude of Summer Island. Summer Island, Maine (population 202) is not the tranquil escape Ana imagined. The locals are distant and cold, especially her neighbor, the reclusive veterinarian Jonathan St. Andrews. Her only lifeline is the kind but odd caretaker Alex Whitman. Showing up at all the right moments, he warns her she is completely unprepared for a Maine winter. As the first winter storm approaches to whispers of an island shutdown- Ana realizes that she may soon be cut off from the rest of the world. After a surprising encounter with Jonathan’s brother, Finn, Ana finds herself braving the storm to return something to him. Unprepared for the Maine storm, she slips and falls onto the jagged rocks along the shore. The St. Andrews brothers find her in the nick of time, but she remains unconscious. As the storm worsens, the St. Andrews brothers learn there are other, more sinister forces at work closer than they ever imagined. With no help from the outside world, they must find a way to protect themselves from both the storm, and the growing darkness that looms across the island.

Book Review: The Apostates Book Two: Remnants

Author: Lars Teeney Release: October 27, 2015 Series: The Apostates Genre: Science Fiction. Post-Apocalyptic. Dystopian. Edition: Kindle Pages: 198 pages Publisher: Self-published Source: Author Buy it here: Amazon Rating: ★★★★ Blurb: After the fall of the ruling Regime of New Megiddo, the John W. Schrubb Administration, the remnants of the country are fought over by the…

Book Review: Aerisia: Land Beyond the Sunset

Author: Sarah Ashwood  Release Date: April 16, 2014 Series: The Sunset Lands Beyond Genre: YA/Fantasy Edition: mobi Pages: 374 Publisher: Griffineus Publications Source: Author Buy it here: Amazon Rating: ★★★★ Blurb: The mystery of other worlds is not one Hannah Winters ever thought she’d solve. However, the day she spots a brown-robed stranger with a magical…

Book Review: The Apostates

Author: Lars Teeney Release: July 20th, 2015 Series: The Apostates Series Genre: Science Fiction. Post-Apocalyptic. Dystopian. Edition: Kindle Pages: 615 pages Publisher: Self-published Source: Author Buy it here: Amazon Rating: ★★★★★ Blurb: New Megiddo has been born out of the ashes of America, an America that has sacrificed liberty for security. Ravaged by environmental disaster and…

Book Review: The Timeweaver’s Wager

Author: Axel Blackwell Release: March 17, 2016 Genre: Time Travel | Mystery | Paranormal Edition: Kindle Pages: 220 Publisher: Source: Author Buy it here: Amazon Rating: ★★★★ Blurb: Glen McClay sits on a fallen log by the railroad trestle, watching for his girlfriend's ghost. Eight years ago, Connie Salvatore was savagely murdered here. Glen has spent…

Book Review: Exodia

Author: Debra Chapoton Release Date: June 25th 2015 Series: Exodia Ledgers Genre: Science Fiction | Dystpia/YA Edition: mobi Pages: 218 Publisher: Not Specified Source: Author Buy it here: Amazon Rating:  ★★★★ Blurb: By 2093 American life is a strange mix of failing technologies, psychic predictions, and radiation induced abilities. Tattoos are mandatory to differentiate two…

Book Review: The Urban Boys (Discovery of the Five Senses)

Author:  K.N. Smith Release: September 29th 2015 Series: - Genre: YA | Paranormal Edition: Kindle Pages: 208 pages Publisher: Two Petals Publishing Source: Author Buy it here: Amazon Rating: ★★ Blurb: The Urban Boys: Discovery of the Five Senses is an action-adventure story about five teen boys who are mysteriously exposed to a foreign energy source…

Book Review: The Surface’s End (Book #1)

Author: David Joel Stevenson Release: November 1, 2015 Series: The Surface’s End Genre: Dystopian Edition: Kindle Pages: 2691 (219 pages) Publisher: Createspace Publishing Source: Author Buy it here: Amazon Rating: ★★★★ + 1/2 Blurb: Near the edge of Jonah Whitfield's small farming village lies the Deathlands – a strange desert in the middle of a…

Book Review: Ripples Through Time

Author: Lincoln Cole Release: August 2, 2015 Genre: Contemporary Fiction Edition: Kindle Pages: 200 pages Publisher: LC Publishing Source: Author Buy it here: Amazon Rating: ★★★★ Blurb: Calvin is alone for the first time in over sixty years, and he is discovering that it's more difficult than he ever would have guessed. A long time…

Book Review: The Legendary Haunting of Quentin Wallis

Author: C K McKenzie Release Date: February 13, 2016 Genre: Fantasy Edition: Kindle (mobi) Pages: 214 Publisher: Self-Published Source: Author Buy it here: Amazon Rating: ★★★ Blurb: It has been in the nature of fairy tales that they begin with 'Once Upon a Time' and end with a 'Happily Ever After'. However this is not…

Book Review: Fools’ Apocalypse by Anderson Atlas

Author: Anderson Atlas Release Date: August 26, 2015 Series: The Extremist Edge Genre: Horror Edition: mobi Pages: 392 Publisher: Synesthesia Books Source: Author Buy it here: Amazon Rating: ★★★★ Blurb: Betrayed by one man. Sick with Lies. As the world crumbles, rots and succumbs to chaos, Ian seeks the truth. He seeks revenge. He needs his hands…

Book Review: The Illusions of Eventide (House of Crimson and Clover #1)

Author: Sarah M. Cradit Release: December 14h, 2013 Series: House of Crimson and Clover Genre: Fantasy, Paranormal Romance Edition: Kindle Pages: 407 pages Publisher: Self-published Source: Author Buy it here: Amazon Blurb Nicolas Deschanel was betrayed by the only two people who matter to him. Their disloyalty stung and an overwhelming sense of loss lingers.…

Book Review: The Orb Of Wrath (The Merchant’s Destiny #1)

    Author: Nic Weissman Release: June 17th, 2015 Series: The Merchant's Destiny Genre: YA | Fantasy Edition: Kindle Pages: 318 Publisher: Nic Weissman Source: Author Buy it here: Amazon   Blurb The Orb of Wrath combines fantasy, intrigue and adventure, while transports the reader into a world where almost nothing is what it seems. Plots,…

Book Review: The Perfect View

Mara is unaware that she is not the only one with the perfect view of her own life. Someone who has known her since the very beginning is watching her from across the lake and has been hiding in the shadows around and behind her for years, even long before she moved into her beautiful house with her husband and his daughter.

Book Review: Delilah Dusticle’s Transylvanian Adventure

Author: A.J. York Release Date: June 1st 2014 Series: Delilah Dusticle Genre: Children’s Fantasy Edition: mobi Pages: 122 Source: Author Publisher: Self-Published Buy it here: Amazon Blurb Delilah Dusticle is back with an action packed mission. In this illustrated instalment, Delilah and the Dustbusters are invited to Transylvania, to cater for the Hallow Eve Ball.…

Book Review: Ghosts of Manitowish Waters

Fifteen-year-old Tess O'Brien finds her life inexplicably intertwined with the rebellious teen Cain Mathews and the conflicted Wesley Thayer as they search the vast Wisconsin woodlands for a mystical albino deer herd. An ominous curse, a mysterious fog and villainous poachers plague their journeys as the three struggle to come to terms with their lives, their parents and the wilderness they love.

Book Review: Shackleton’s Folly (The Lost Wonder #1)

In a galaxy, ripped apart by feuding factions, one man emerges to save his people from ‘Human Hunts’ and the rancorous horde lead by a traitor to the human race, Wolfgang Gray. That man is Alec Shackleton. His mission is spurred on by a legend, a theory, his father taught him as a small lad: a human tribe, long before their time, had ventured to the stars in search of a new home.

Book Review: McCall & Company: Workman’s Complication

Author: Rich Leder Release Date: 7th September 2014 Series: McCall & Company Genre: Mystery | Humor Edition: mobi (Kindle) Pages: 5448 Publisher: Laugh Riot Press Source: Publicist Buy it here: Amazon Blurb WAY-OFF BROADWAY ACTRESS. MURDERED PI FATHER. NEW DAY JOB. Off-off-off-off Broadway actress Kate McCall inherits her father’s New York private investigations business after…