The promise of time travel shenanigans drew me to WEAVE A CIRCLE ROUND. When done right, time travel can be immensely fun and mind-bending. I was intrigued and excited to find out how Freddy had arrived thousands of years in the past and what the consequences would be.
Is everybody recovered from Thanksgiving yet? I know going back to work today was real rough for me! But Cyber Monday helps that out a bit – browsing the internet for a good deal is always fun. Here are some books from Amazon’s Cyber Monday Kindle Daily Deal that we like, or have reviewed here on the blog.
Novellas are the perfect medium for Christmas themed stories: perfect to read in one sitting under a blanket on a gray day. That said, I think I would have gladly read a full length novel about Ryan and Winter and their roller-coaster week before Christmas. BITTERSWEET CHRISTMAS featured characters that got you invested quickly and kept you hooked until the end.
STAR HERO is a novella sequel to THE CHAMPION OF BARESH (re-released as STAR CHAMPION) which I adored, so I jumped at the opportunity to return to Baresh, the smelly, dirty mining town under a glass dome. Baresh is a world crawling with packs of wild dog-like creatures, mobs of feral children and overwhelming despair.
LURE OF OBLIVION is a pretty fun, action-filled installment of the Mercury Pack series. The plot is really compelling and complex mostly involving a clash between shifters and small town humans. What struck me in this story was the utter brutality and pettiness of the bad guys.
In RULE OF LUCK, there’s tarot readings, love, and questionable science. Professional tarot card reader Felicia Sevigny is recruited by the Russian mob. She’s going to help them take down the evil government, in return she’ll be given more control over her destiny.
Balancing on a thin point between Science Fiction, Thriller, and Horror, INTO THE DROWNING DEEP transcends genre to be an engrossing, heartbreaking, thrill ride.
PERFECT GRAVITY picks up pretty much right after the events of its prequel WANTED AND WIRED. Characters from that book play significant roles in this one but its not really a necessity to have read WANTED AND WIRED to understand what is going on here.
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As some of you may know, I’ve got a thing for Serial Box. We’ve had them as a guest here on the blog, and we’ve reviewed some of their urban fantasy serial, BOOKBURNERS. So I’m always excited when they have new content, and some free content at that, and I love to share it with you! Here’s what they’re up to over there in recent weeks. Season three of TREMONTAINE started in October! (Honestly, because the concept is so fresh and new, I have a had time believing Serial Box has been around long enough to have third season of anything,… Read more »