• The Chapel St. Perilous

    The Chapel St. Perilous, by Michael Rands Hey guys, How is your week going Today, I’m reviewing The Chapel St. Perilous, a thriller with supernatural undertones by Michael Rands. So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are all settled in, let’s begin. About The Chapel St. Perilous is mainly set in Chickasaw, in the US. The story starts with protagonist Marcel Swart being called upon by the local police, who are asking as to the disappearance of Marcel’s landlady, Antoinette. From this…

  • The Windsor method, Guy Windsor

    The Windsor Method (The Principles of Solo Training)

    The Windsor Method (The Principles of Solo Training), by Guy Windsor Hey guys, welcome back to Bookish Beyond. How have you been? Today’s review features The Windsor Method (The Principles of Solo Training), by master swordsman, Guy Windsor. So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are all settled in, let’s begin. About Set in two parts, Guy Windsor’s book, The Windsor Method, discusses the principles of solo training at length. Throughout the book, the reader is guided toward the development of a…

  • The Prophet Paradox, by Danny Tuttle

    The Prophet Paradox, by Danny Tuttle Hey guys, how have you been? It’s been a cold and blustery week here in the East of England so I’m wrapped up warm while writing this. Today, I’m happy to share my review of The Prophet Paradox, a science fiction / supernatural tale by Danny Tuttle. So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are ready, let’s begin. About When Anne Heart uncovers an ancient manuscript (part of the New Testament of the Christian Bible) in…

  • Pandora’s Razor, by Ray Strong

    Pandora’s Razor, by Ray Strong Please Note: My usual Likes section will from now on be the Positive Elements section. Consequently, my usual Dislikes section shall henceforth be known as the Negative Elements section. Hey guys, welcome back to another Bookish Beyond review. How have you been? Today, we’re reviewing Pandora’s Razor, an insightful science fiction novel by Ray Strong. So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are all settled in, let’s begin. About Meriel Hope, once orphaned from an attack on…

  • Entry Wounds, by Brandon McNulty

    Entry Wounds, by Brandon McNulty (Please note: the inciting incident of the story is revealed in this review.) Hey guys, welcome back to Bookish Beyond. Are you having a good week so far? Today, I’m excited to be reviewing Entry Wounds, an intriguing supernatural thriller by Brandon McNulty. So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are all settled in, let’s begin. About Unassertive substitute teacher Ken Fujima has been waiting for a full time position to open up at his current school.…

  • If Shadows Could Tell: An Aurora Steller Mystery

    If Shadows Could Tell (An Aurora Steller Mystery Novel), by Granthana Sinha Hi there. Welcome back to Bookish Beyond. How have you been? Today, we’re reviewing If Shadows Could Tell, a thriller/mystery novel, by Granthana Sinha. So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are all settled in, let’s begin. About If Shadows Could Tell is a mystery novel set in the quiet and unassuming town of Zircon Drops. When local reporter Janet Clay goes missing, Aura’s friend Suz is adamant that something…

  • The Frontman, by Lawrence Parlier

    The Frontman, by Lawrence Parlier (In association with Black Rose Writing) Hey guys, how are you? Are you looking forward to the weekend? Today, I’m excited to share my review of The Frontman, a thriller / urban fantasy style novel, by Lawrence Parlier.   About When world-renowned singer-songwriter Kerry Vance is found dead in his hotel room, those closest to him begin to question things. They don’t believe his death was the accidental overdose it was made out to be: they believe it was planned.…

  • Friends. Lovers. Monsters

    Friends. Lovers. Monsters, by Sarah Burton Hi guys, how has your week been? It’s been pretty exciting here recently as I’m due to be moving house soon, so fingers crossed it all goes well. Today, I’m excited to be reviewing Friends. Lovers. Monsters, a thriller novel by Sarah Burton. About Sophie, a stubborn college student has just moved into a new apartment, much to her mother’s annoyance. The problem? Her apartment is in Shady Groves, an area where several girls have recently gone missing. When…

  • Crimson Reign, by Victor. S. Deane

    Crimson Reign, by Victor. S. Deane Good afternoon you beautiful bookish people, how are you? Have you come across any unique bookish gems lately? If so, I’d love to hear about them. Today, I’m excited to be reviewing Crimson Reign, a dark fantasy novel by Victor. S. Deane. About Crimson Reign is a story of enduring prejudice and discrimination. The Callow Folk (regular human beings) have been at odds with the Minnarians (Homo-Sanguians) for decades. Now, mystery looms as Minnarians turn up dead, with no…

  • The Timepiece and the Girl Who Went Astray

    The Timepiece and the Girl Who Went Astray, by Oliver. R. Simmonds Hi everyone, how have you been? This week, I have an absolute gem of a story to share with you. Today, I’m excited to be reviewing The Timepiece and the Girl Who Went Astray, a science fiction thriller by Oliver. R. Simmonds. About The story is set in the 1980s and follows William Wells, a jobless American immigrant living in England. When he purchases an unusual watch as a gift for his girlfriend…