Review: Judgment Road (Torpedo Ink #1) by Christine Feehan

Review: Judgment Road (Torpedo Ink #1) by Christine Feehan

January 25, 2018 Review 0

Rough, brutal and intense are three words that come to mind when trying to describe the reading experience of JUDGMENT ROAD. It has an outrageous premise that the reader is expected to buy into, of the horrific past of the members of the Torpedo Ink motorcycle club, but what I could see for a lot of people is that it would just be too much to take in a romance novel. 

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Review: Dead On Arrival, by Matt Ritchell

Review: Dead On Arrival, by Matt Ritchell

January 24, 2018 Review 0

DEAD ON ARRIVAL sells itself as a zombie/medical thriller, but comes across as an almost-right-wing preachy cautionary tale about the dangers of technology. I thought the book was headed in FEED or THE AFFINITIES territory, but I was sorely disappointed in this near-future scifi novel.

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Review: Nemo Rising by C. Courtney Joyner

Review: Nemo Rising by C. Courtney Joyner

January 19, 2018 Review 0

I’ve got a lot of mixed feelings about NEMO RISING. I enjoyed the whole story, but when I sat down to write this review and really started thinking about it, I realized that I gave the book too much slack because of my love of 20,000 LEAGUES. If NEMO RISING wasn’t about Captain Nemo and the Nautilus, but about some other random submarine post Civil War I would not have liked it anywhere near as much.

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Review: Mad Hatters and March Hares by Ellen Datlow

Review: Mad Hatters and March Hares by Ellen Datlow

January 18, 2018 Review 0

MAD HATTERS AND MARCH HARES is a short story anthology inspired by Alice in Wonderland. Edited by Ellen Datlow, the anthology twists Alice in Wonderland into stories about a commercialized Wonderland, a grieving mother, a cat turned human, and a fantastic dinner between Alice Hargreaves and Peter Llewellyn Davies.

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