Hi all: I bring you a book that got me thinking… Killing Adam by Earik Beann The world runs on ARCs. Altered Reality Chips. Small implants behind the left ear that allow people to experience anything they could ever imagine. The network controls everything, from traffic to food production, to law enforcement. Some proclaim it
Hi all: This review, of one of Rosie’s Book Review Team, is a bit frantic, but it was the effect of the book. Survivors’ Club by M. K. Martin Geneticist Marius Tenartier wants to cure humanity’s worst diseases, but Chrysalis Biopharmaceuticals uses his work to mutate humans into terrifying abominations. With the CEO’s fearless daughter, Marius
Hi all: Today I bring you another author I discovered through Rosie’s Book Review Team and the recommendation of one of the group reviewers and great writer, Terry Tyler (yes, the Terry Tyler whose Renova Series I’ve reviewed here). Believe me, this one is not same old, same old. The Last Feast by Zeb Haradon Jim, the
Hi all: Today I’m very pleased to be taking part in a Blog Tour (book launch) for the second book of an author whose debut novel I loved. And this one is no disappointment. NOT NOW, NOT EVER: A Novel By Lily Anderson Lily Anderson’s debut novel The Only Thing Worse Than Me Is You
Hi all: As I promised, I’m coming to the end of the reviews I had accumulated, but I had a couple I had only shared on Lit World Interviews that I wanted to share here. Today’s, not only because of the book but also because the author kindly offered me a mini-interview. Title: what if
Hi all: I’m still trying to catch up on book reviews (not long to go until I can start sharing reviews as I finish books) after my stint as a bookseller at a book fair (I will tell you more about it when I’m feeling more rested, I promise) and this week I have a
Hi all: I hope this week treats you well. I’m trying to catch up with as many of my pending reviews as I can because next week (well, from Thursday this week) I’ll be helping at a book festival in Madrid and I might not have much chance to come and check, but considering it
Hi all: Yes, it’s August and #AugustReviews month. I got this book as an ARC but I hope it will be available soon and I’ll add the links when it does. It’s another book I got through Rosie’s Books Review Team and it’s the third book I’ve read by this author, and I’m sure it
The Dark Dozen: Stories for Scarborough by Travis Luedke, C.N. Lesley, Danielle DeVor, Maer Wilson, Steven Ramirez, Jody A. Kessler, Louann Carroll, Ross G. Homer, M. Joseph Murphy, Robert P. Wills, Karenne Griffin, and Allan B. Anderson Genre: Horror, Science Fiction Release Date: December 2, 2015 ***SPECIAL NOTE: SAVE A LIFE, BUY
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