• Unfettered Journey

    Unfettered Journey, by Gary. F. Bengier

    Hey guys, I hope you’re having a wonderful week so far. This week sees me in a great mood as lockdown is almost over in England and I can’t wait to see my loved ones again. But, I digress. Back to book talk. If you’re looking for a new read that explores what it is that makes us human and our search for freedom, then look no further, for today I will be reviewing Unfettered Journey, by Gary. F. Bengier. About Joe, an applied mathematician…

  • Storm's Breath

    Storm’s Breath: Book One – Nullifier

    Hi guys, how have you been this week? Have you come across any bookish gems in your travels? Today, I’m excited to be sharing a Fantasy Role Playing Game novel entitled Storm’s Breath, by author J. R. Ford. About While participating in a realistic role playing game, Pavel Cernik makes new friends and fights against monster and man alike, all in the hopes of winning the prize money in the pot. On his travels, he is forced to learn the true value of both friendship…

  • The Divine Ceo, Geoff Thompson

    The Divine CEO: Making A Divine Covenant

    Hey guys, How are you doing this week? Have you read any exciting new books? The first week of the new lockdown is almost over here in England and a lot of us are hoping that it ends on December 2nd, so we can look forward to Christmas with our friends and family. On a lighter note, I’m excited today to talk about a relatively new book, The Divine CEO: Making A Divine Covenant, by Geoff Thompson. Note: If you aren’t fond of religion or…

  • Sinai unhinged

    Sinai Unhinged

    Hi guys, how are you doing this week? Here in England, we’ve just been put back into lockdown for a month, so we’ll see how that goes. Hopefully things are going better wherever you are. Today, I’m delighted to share with you my review for Sinai Unhinged, a suspenseful science fiction novel that explores the relationship between us and the universe. About Patients are being admitted from the particle physics complex near the Sinai General Psychiatrist Unit, all with the same startling symptoms. In the…

  • Bad Parts, Brandon McNulty, book review

    Bad Parts

    Hi guys, how has your week been? Any interesting developments? I know I don’t usually speak much about my own life and I do apologize. It’s something I plan to work on in future. The past week has been a whirlwind here. After a long wait, I was assessed for and diagnosed with Adhd last Friday, so (all things going well), things may finally start to improve this end and you may find me opening up more on the blog. Thank you to everyone who…

  • Robot in the Refrigerator

    Robot in the Refrigerator

    Hey guys, how have you all been doing lately? I hope you’ve all been keeping safe and that life is starting to return to some sense of normal for you. Today, I’m excited to be reviewing Robot in the Refrigerator, a story which looks closely at what it means to be human. About: Set in a futuristic London, the story follows Andy, a tech-domestic consultant who does all he can to avoid having his personal data stolen. When testing a new, apparently illegal military-grade Droid,…

  • Call of Magic, A. R .Ceagan

    The Call of Magic (Fool’s Journey, Book One)

    Hey guys, How has your week been? Today’s review is for the first book in an exciting new fantasy series, The Call of Magic. About: Emma, a responsible and driven young woman, has plans to one day change the world. When a strange mark appears on her arm, she finds herself being unexpectedly invited to learn about the strange symbol by the handsome Thies. Taken against her will, to a place known as the Institut, Emma is to learn magic, to take part in a…

  • Displaced, book review, David Korson

    Displaced: Timerift Book One

    Hey guys, Happy Wednesday. I hope you’ve all had a good week so far. Today, I’m excited to share my review for Displaced, a science fiction novel with fun time travel elements and Steampunk undertones.   About Bea, a phenomenal disc-golf player is forced to leave mid-way through a tournament, in order to chase down her grandfather’s inheritance. Gifted with what turns out to be a time travel device of sorts, Bea finds herself in the wild western nation of Charrbrunia, where no-one has heard…

  • Lying Beneath, The Aura Operation, Kevin Moran

    Lying Beneath: Aura Operations, Book One

    Hey guys, I hope you’re having an amazing week. Today, I’d like to share my thoughts about Lying Beneath, a short science fiction novel, by Kevin Moran. About Bored of her mundane everyday life, young Ayla (a curious photographer) seeks adventure. When she investigates a peculiar hatch in an abandoned building, she finally finds the adventure she seeks, but it isn’t what she hoped for. Trapped below ground and thought of as a spy by a strange group of people, Ayla must find a way…

  • Serwa's Descendants, Pariah Child, Natasha D lane, fantasy, book review

    The Pariah Child #3: Serwa’s Descendants

    Hey guys, how have you all been? I’m sorry it’s been a while since I posted. Things have been changing a lot in my life lately, so I’ve been taking some extra time out to adjust. I’m excited today to bring you the third book in my favourite young adult fantasy series, The Pariah Child: Serwa’s Descendants, by Natasha. D. Lane. About   The Pariah Child: Serwa’s Descendants is a young adult fantasy novel, the third book in its series. Boasting gorgeous and unique illustrated…