author, book review, reading, writing

Book review: Phil Price – Unknown (@PhilPrice19)

Jake had lost everything the day his wife and child were taken from him. He fought his grief, surrendering his badge for a private license. As a police officer he felt powerless, he apprehended villains only for them to be turned loose and commit another crime. At least as a PI he could choose his work. Or… Continue reading Book review: Phil Price – Unknown (@PhilPrice19)

Advertisements
author, book review, reading, writing

Book review: Karen Ann Carpenter – Comfortable in Hell (@KACAuthor)

Patsy friend was lovesick, mourning the break up between her and Hans Muff. Her friends infatuation had started long ago, and now she lay around, getting sicker, like a lovesick puppy. But she was not the only one fascinated with this young man. Patsy had lusted after him for so long, ever since seeing the… Continue reading Book review: Karen Ann Carpenter – Comfortable in Hell (@KACAuthor)

author, book review, reading, writing

Book review: Stuart Kenyon – Faster, Stronger, Deader: Augmented Reality (@StuartKenyon8)

John had lost so much when he refused the follow the crowd and be augmented. His family, his love, his career, but he kept something important, his life. When a virus struck, those augmented they died. But they didn't remain dead. They rose again, killing everything in their path. He had committed to isolation, but… Continue reading Book review: Stuart Kenyon – Faster, Stronger, Deader: Augmented Reality (@StuartKenyon8)

author, book review, reading, writing

Book review: Jason L. Henderson -Shadows in the Night

Mary had been placed on desk duty following an incident that had put the town in an uproar. For almost four weeks she sat at her desk wondering the fate of her career. She was almost thankful when the chief sent her back to the field. Her sleepy town had become a hotspot for strange… Continue reading Book review: Jason L. Henderson -Shadows in the Night

author, book review, reading, writing

Book review: The Oldest Enemy – Micheal J Webb (@mjwebbbooks)

Pastor David Lighthouse had to do something. The events he had seen unfold were too similar to those he had witnessed before, events which had surrounded his own fiance and haunted him to this day. He was certain he could do something the police could not, find answers. Although they were answers not everyone would… Continue reading Book review: The Oldest Enemy – Micheal J Webb (@mjwebbbooks)

author, book review, reading, writing

Book review: King of the Nine Hells – Dean Klein

There are some books that should never be read. Some power and promises that are better left undelivered, lost in the flow of time. Such could be said about the Imprecation Sortairii. Forged in the dark ages its power is both ancient and terrifying. When an antique bookshop owner happened across it he could hardly… Continue reading Book review: King of the Nine Hells – Dean Klein

author, book review, reading, writing

Book review: Joy Yehle – Dread (@JoyYehle )

The protesters warned them they believed there was a paranormal vortex in the woods. But no one, particularly not David Camden who had just purchased the abandoned development site, listened. Strange happenings can be explained away, accidents, frights, even the strange children with the empty eyes. But Nate knows there's something strange going on, and… Continue reading Book review: Joy Yehle – Dread (@JoyYehle )

author, book review, reading, writing

Book review: Steven Ramirez, Even The Dead Will Bleed (@byStevenRamirez )

Phase one, infect a local population and turn them into engineered zombies. Phase two, relocate the patients who had the mutated strain for further experimentation. That appeared to have been the plan for Baseborn Identity Research, or at least the immediate one, but they hadn't taken into account Dave Pulaski, and his insatiable desire to… Continue reading Book review: Steven Ramirez, Even The Dead Will Bleed (@byStevenRamirez )

author, book review, reading, writing

Book review: Headshot: One in the Gut by Matthew Siege

Ryan had always been a gamer, he had tried so many AR games, but none of them had been quite like Headshot. It was free to play, if you were willing to play a zombie that is. Who better to provide sport and populate the world with zombies than the 'mindless masses'? The name of… Continue reading Book review: Headshot: One in the Gut by Matthew Siege

author, book review, reading, writing

Book review: Monsterland by Michael Okon (@IAmMichaelOkon )

Monsterland by Michael Okon is a gripping urban supernatural/ horror. Vincent Konrad swept into the dying town of Copper Valley like a knight in shining armour. He brought the rights to the pipeline, ensuring people could have water, built a new medical centre, and breathed life and renovation into a dying town. There was of… Continue reading Book review: Monsterland by Michael Okon (@IAmMichaelOkon )