• the wicked deep, shea ernshaw

    The Wicked Deep, by Shea Ernshaw

    Morning, I hope you’re all well. Today, I’m excited to be reviewing The Wicked deep, by Shea Ernshaw. If you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are nice and comfortable, then let’s dive right in. Summary The Wicked Deep, by Shea Ernshaw is a dark fantasy novel with supernatural elements set in the isolated town of Sparrow. For two centuries, the Swan Sisters’ curse has plagued the town. Each year, the spirits of the swan sisters possess an unsuspecting young girl to do their…

  • a prayer of light and venom, D Elias Jenkins, magical, fantasy

    A prayer of Light and Venom

    Good morning from a lovely sunny Eastern England. How are you this fine day? My pup is currently snoozing beside me so I thought it about time I post my next review. Today, I’m reviewing A Prayer of Light and Venom, a magical fantasy tale by D. Elias. Jenkins.   Summary Years after King Oligan’s corruption, most magical creatures have been wiped out, or have gone into hiding. All that changes when the fabled Sorrow (a force of great darkness and misery) returns to the…

  • State of Resistance, David Korson

    State of Resistance, by David Korson

    Happy belated New Year. I hope you had a wonderful holiday season, with lots of great food and company. Today, I’m happy to finally be reviewing the final installment in The State of Refuge Trilogy, by author David Korson. About State of Resistance is the long-awaited finale of the State of Refuge trilogy by David Korson. The story follows our beloved cast of characters from books one and two as they seek out a cure for the infamous alpha dust. As always, things never go…

  • Anybody want to play war

    Anybody Want to Play War

    Hi guys, happy belated Christmas. I hope you’re all enjoying the festive season. Today, I’ll be discussing the short literary tale, Anybody Want to Play War, by Tommy. B. Smith. So, if you’re all settled, with your favourite drink by your side, let’s dive in. Summary In 1980, young Bryce Gallo is mauled by a rogue dog, leaving a nasty scar on his face. When he gets suspended from school for three days, Bryce decides to run away, finding himself a job in the process,…

  • The Outcasts, Misty Hayes, Fantasy Book

    The Outcasts: The Blood Dagger

    Hi guys, I hope you’re well this holiday season. Today, i’m reviewing The Outcasts: The Blood Dagger (Volume One), by Misty Hayes. If you love a good Paranormal Fantasy read, then this may be the one for you.   Story The Outcasts: The Blood Dagger follows young Larna Collins on a summer trip to England. With her father having left years ago, Larna hopes she can find clues as to his whereabouts. However, upon arriving in England, she finds herself in mysterious company, and soon…

  • Devil's Lake, Angela Merlo,fantasy

    Devil’s Lake

    Good afternoon from a rare, sunny English city. I hope you’re well. Today, I’m excited to be reviewing a fantasy/paranormal romance novel, entitled Devil’s Lake, by Angela Merlo. This unique tale deals with themes of anxiety and past trauma, along with delving into mythology later on in the story. With that said, let’s dive right in. Story Devil’s Lake follows Alison, a water-phobic teen, who considers herself ‘broken’ after tragically losing her parents eight years ago. She struggles to come to terms with what happened,…

  • Jeremy L Jones, Saturnius Mons

    Saturnius Mons, by Jeremy. L. Jones

    Story Saturnius Mons, by Jeremy L Jones follows a team of space explorers as they explore Titan (one of the many moons of Saturn), to see if a lost civilization still resides there. If so, the money grabbing Corporation will be urged to stop their resource farming, once and for all. However, nothing is ever so simple, and the team soon find themselves in a war between natives. Characters Four characters dominate the novel, forming a team that hopes to find out what’s really going…

  • nightvision,c h knyght

    Nightvision (Twilight Shadows)

    Story Summary: Nightvision, by author C. H. Knyght follows the young Prince Dante of Ookamimori as he flees his land, to find protection from a growing evil, the Kobrona (serpent) royal family. To me, Nightvision is a story of family, friendship, self-sacrifice, and loss. Story Loves: I love that I’ve found a book about shifters, without erotica, as that spoils otherwise interesting shifter stories for me. Dante and his clan are wolf shifters, with the Princess of Owlderah being an owl shifter, and so on.…

  • the lost war, justin lee anderson,book review

    The Lost War

    Hi again, from a cold and blustery England. Apologies for being gone a while: I recently moved home and haven’t had the internet for a few weeks. Today, I’m excited to finally be reviewing The Lost War, by Justin Lee Anderson. Summary The Lost War, by Justin Lee Anderson is set in the fantasy land of Eidyn. A great war has been fought against an evil Draoid (magic wielder), and the people of Eidyn are still recovering, while demons stalk the land. It is up to…

  • Echo, Jordan Leach,book review

    Echo (What Do You Regret?)

    Happy Wednesday, I hope you’re well. Today, I’m going to be reviewing Echo, a science fiction novel, by Jordan Leach. Summary of Story Echo Fray used to do the bare minimum in life, considering himself a failure in all things, until he met Natasha Vixen, a brilliant and yet unstable time-traveller. The chance of a lifetime transforms Echo from a failure, into a man with a mission-  live the life he truly wants, with no regrets. The story is told in a non-linear, yet meaningful…