Format: Paperback

Now Borrowing: Talon of God

Now Borrowing: Talon of God

Debut novelists (but no strangers to the written word) Wesley Snipes and Ray Norman, enter the urban fantasy fray with an unlikely pair drawn together in a battle against the forces of evil for the fate of Chicago and ultimately the world because if they fail, it’ll be Hell on earth…literally. In most urban fantasy […]

July 25, 2017
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Now Borrowing: Spellbinder

Now Borrowing: Spellbinder

Quick Take: The second book in the Moonshadow Series, kicks things up a notch by doing the unexpected. Instead of offering up a second story from among the Elder Races, Thea Harrison takes her readers on an adventure of Authorian proportions.  It’s a fantastic step further into to the inner workings of the demenes across […]

July 20, 2017
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Now Borrowing: Heroine Compl..

Now Borrowing: Heroine Complex

  Overall Review: Heroine Complex is a rich vibrant tale of love, family, friendship, finding your backbone and your purpose in life.  It’s the story of a wallflower yanked into the spotlight and left with no choice but to face her fears (and a few demons) in order to save herself, her friends, and her city. […]

July 6, 2017
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Now Borrowing: The Ballad of..

Now Borrowing: The Ballad of Black Tom

Overall Review: The Ballad of Black Tom is slick and striking in its simplicity. Charles Thomas Tester’s story starts as a deceptively short jaunt along the edges of the magical underworld resting somewhere just beyond our field of vision. In few words, Victor La Valle breathes life into the Jazzy 1920s giving us a glimpse at the […]

March 1, 2017
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Now Borrowing: Binti

Now Borrowing: Binti

Overall review – 5 out of 5: This deceptively simple tale is a fast paced yet compelling journey of strength, sacrifice, self-awareness, and ultimately homecoming. Absolutely worth the afternoon you give up to read it. Binti is the telling of a young woman striking out on her own in search of knowledge; reaching for a destiny bigger than […]

August 26, 2016
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