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Review: Zeus is Dead by Michael G. Munz

Review: Zeus is Dead by Michael G. Munz

July 19, 2014 Review 0

ZEUS IS DEAD: A MONSTROUSLY INCONVENIENT ADVENTURE by Michael G. Munz is like GOOD OMENS – if Pratchett and Gaiman stopped after every paragraph to explain why their jokes are funny. There’s breaking the fourth wall, and then there’s demolishing the wall and reaching through the wreckage to punch the reader in the face. The book has the potential to be fun, and it’s clear that the author has a sense of humor, but unfortunately he fails to trust that his audience also has a sense of humor. Or a brain.

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Review: Her Wild Protector by  Naomi Bellina

Review: Her Wild Protector by Naomi Bellina

July 12, 2014 Review 0

I picked up HER WILD PROTECTOR mainly due to the unique take on shifters being able to change into multiple forms. I liked learning the origin of the Metamorphs and the conflicts the face. The plot was pretty interesting and moved at a steady pace with a lot of suspense and action scenes. While I understand the

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Review: Vampire’s Thirst (Awakening #2) by Cynthia Garner

Review: Vampire’s Thirst (Awakening #2) by Cynthia Garner

June 14, 2014 Review 0

The second in The Awakening series, VAMPIRE’S THIRST follows immediately after VAMPIRE’S HUNGER, and I was excited to see what Kimber and Duncan were going to do next. Turns out, it was have a bunch of sex, and fight. A bit more on the erotic side than most books we review here on All Things Urban Fantasy, VAMPIRE’S THIRST could have been so great, but unfortunately it fell flat for me, with characters behaving in a nonsensical manner in the middle of a zombie apocalypse, nearly a complete lack of world building, and a mish-mash of tangents that were frustrating distractions from the main plot.

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Review: All That Glows by Ryan Graudin

Review: All That Glows by Ryan Graudin

February 15, 2014 Review 1

ALL THAT GLOWS is exactly what a thirteen year old Kate would look for in a book. We have a faerie heroine who falls in love with a British prince (beautiful girl – check! British accents – check!) and because she is his bodyguard, she gets to spend every minute of the day with him. Is this not what every teenage girl fantasizes about?

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Review: Fates (Fates #1) by Lanie Bross

Review: Fates (Fates #1) by Lanie Bross

February 13, 2014 Review 0

I had high hopes for FATES when I read the description and was very excited to start reading it. Now that I’m finished, though, I can’t help but think I’d have liked it more if the description matched the actual story told.

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Early Review: Hero Worship by Christopher E. Long

Early Review: Hero Worship by Christopher E. Long

January 4, 2014 Review 2

Back in the day, superheroes could just be super. Now stories about people with powers all struggle to answer the same question: how would a group of super beings get by in this modern world of 24-hour news networks and jaded capitalism? Christopher E. Long attempts to answer this question in his debut young adult novel, HERO WORSHIP.

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Review: Rain of the Ghosts (Rain Cacique #1) by Greg Weisman

Review: Rain of the Ghosts (Rain Cacique #1) by Greg Weisman

December 5, 2013 Review 0

Sometimes when I finish a book, I lean back, close my eyes and revel in the memories. After finishing RAIN OF THE GHOSTS, this wasn’t one of those times. Rather than revealing, I think I looked more like a dog after hearing a high-pitched whistle; the dog is trying to figure out what it heard, and I am trying to figure out what I read.

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