In Nicholas Woode-Smith's Part-Time Monster Hunter, Kat Drummond was a novelty at first. She was young and her rates were the cheapest. They had to be, she needed to pay rent and eat, not to mention find the money to study. Life as a monster hunter, even a part-time one, was challenging. If not for… Continue reading Book review: Nicholas Woode-Smith – Part-Time Monster Hunter (@Zaggeta)
Jared A. Zakarian's The Ikalreev Prophecies is the first book in the Verdunmull series. Faolan's first memory was of the faces of his parents. Not his real parents, they, like his past had been long forgotten. His new parents were eves, and he had been trained to be a scout, but the events he beheld placed him in… Continue reading Book review: Jared A. Zakarian – The Ikalreev Prophecies
When Sophie received a letter addressed to her late mother it changed her life. But she had no idea of the extent of this change. She had often thought of owning her own business, although a house of voodoo hadn't exactly been what she had in mind. Her grandmother, Seraphina, had been a Mind Changer,… Continue reading Book review: Camille Faye – Voodoo Butterfly (@camillefaye)
Kira had been warned not to walk at such a late hour, not when the campus bus could deliver her safely. If she had only listened to them, she never would have been kidnapped. Her abduction unlocked something in her she didn't know she had possessed, a fighting sprit and a will to survive. Held… Continue reading Book review: Mandi Konesni – The Kira Malone Chronicles (@mandikauthor)
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)
When six teenagers are escorted at weapon point through a portal to the planet Genesis, 2.4 million light years from Earth, it was always going to spell trouble. It was the type of trouble that hadn't been bargained on. A prophecy had told of a beacon and the coming of a paladin to protect Genesis… Continue reading Book review: Rod C. Spence – Jeremy Austin and the Paladin (@RodCSpence)
Hi all, I hope you are well. Sadly I just wrote this and then something strange happened with my pc and it was gone. Not to worry, let's try it again. There's no news to report on the book front as yet, it is very much a waiting game. I know It is early… Continue reading Halloween is coming.