Category: Book Reviews

A VAMPIRE, A WITCH AND GODDE..

A VAMPIRE, A WITCH AND GODDESS WALK INTO A BOOKSHOP…

Atticus has been alive for over two thousand years but he doesn’t look a day over 21 – which is good because stress has a way of prematurely aging you and his life is very very hectic. You see there’s this prophecy…no wait there’s this sword…hang on a few Gods and Goddesses would like to […]

December 20, 2014
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When the ex-wife comes to st..

When the ex-wife comes to stay… A Review of Patricia Briggs’ Night Broken

  Night Broken is a continuation (Book #8) of the story of Mercy and the Tri-Cities werewolf pack members. The story picks up with an dilemma any newly married woman has to just love when she’s working to integrate herself into her husband’s existing life among his friends and (highly territorial) pack members:  the ex-wife calls and […]

April 17, 2014
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Now Borrowing: Red Rising

Now Borrowing: Red Rising

Now, I’m a bit particular (blame Frank Herbert and Aldous Huxley) about my dystopian novels so Red Rising had a high bar to jump from the outset. Many of the chosen scenarios just don’t hold form after a few chapters and it makes  the world unbelievable and reading tortuous. A dystopian setting for a story is the one  most likely to […]

February 26, 2014
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