Book Review: Deal With The Devil

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Kit Rocha delivers an action packed post-apocalyptic dystopian romp through Atlanta and North Georgia filled with super soldier-mercenaries, evil tech companies, sweltering humidity, and sex. If any of that appeals to you gentle reader then this book may be right up your alley. Continue reading

Book Review: Shadowless


Shadowless by Randall McNally is dark fantasy with a little something different. Not the story itself, but the structure and execution. A novel in the form of twenty short stories strung together, Shadowless is a bold attempt to show there’s more than one way to tell a tale. Continue reading

Book Review: The Deep


Atmospheric and thought provoking. That’s my short analysis of The Deep by Rivers Solomon (with Daveed Diggs, William Hutson, and Jonathan Snipes). The Deep will make you ponder what it means to be a people, the importance of history, and the roles individuals play within a society. Continue reading

Book Review: The Gallows Black


The Grave of Empires is shaping up to be a new favorite fantasy series. Filled with humor, wit, and memorable if somewhat questionable characters who you can’t help but root for, Sam Sykes’ latest series is just a joy to read. The Gallows Black picks up on the explosive energy of Seven Blades In Black and fills in a gap in the history of Sal and her friend/lover Liette. If you loved Seven Blades In Black you’ll definitely want to read this prequel novella. Continue reading

Blog Page Update: Self-Published Reviews

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I’ve been meaning to work on editing and updating my blog for…(checks calendar)…years. Other than a few tweaks to my rating system page the only thing I’ve really done is add more reviews and other blog posts to my Home Page/Archives. I did add a new page devoted to The Great Series Read Project recently but it is still kind of unfinished. The blog is a bit of a mess and needs some attention. Continue reading

Book Review: Blood of Heirs


You know that feeling you get when you’ve read a book you thought you were going to like but it ended up being SO MUCH BETTER THAN YOU EVER EXPECTED? Yeah…that’s the feeling I had when I finished Blood of Heirs. Truth be told that’s the feeling I had while I was reading Blood of Heirs. If you don’t want to read the rest of this review and instead want a short take-away about the book know this; Blood of Heirs is a dark, page turning, coming of age, character driven novel packed with emotion, heart, and pain that never loses sight of hope. If you want to know more then read on…

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