• 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…

  • 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…

  • The Braille Killer, Daniel Kuhnley, book review

    The Braille Killer

    Hi guys, I hope you’re having a fantastic Friday so far. If you love a good Thriller, you may like today’s featured book, The Braille Killer, by Daniel Kuhnley. About For years, a deranged killer has been stalking detective Alice Bergman, claiming that his victim’s blood is on her hands. It is up to Alice to unravel the clues he sends her, and to accept that her past has a part to play in his sick schemes. Characters Alice is a well-motivated detective, with a…