Georgia was a victim of circumstance. Her husband left her for another woman who was carrying his baby. He was unaware his wife was also pregnant. She was returning home when she found herself in the wrong place at the wrong time. Caught up in a desperate retreat by two bank robbers she is taken… Continue reading Book review: June V. Bourgo – Winter’s Captive (@junebourgo)
Within a city of stone, metal, and dead wood many secrets can be found. Some beneath the twisting sewers, and others a little closer to home. Years ago Sabine was forced to flee her homeland. Taking up residence in the last place any would think to look for her. She became lost amidst the crowd.… Continue reading Book review: Jamie A. Waters – To Kill a Fae – The Dragon Portal Book 1 (@jawatersbooks)
Every day on the run up to Christmas I am going to recommend a book that I truly enjoyed reading. On the 2nd day of Christmas K.J's advent recommends; Displaced by Stephen Drake (Twitter @sldrakemt ) Humanity at its best and worst laid bare for all to see in this brilliant fantasy sci-fi . Buy… Continue reading On the 2nd day of advent K.J. recommends to me….
Displaced is a dystopian, fantasy sci-fi written by Stephen Drake and is the first book in the Displaced series. Murdock's upbringing was considered anything but normal to the masses, raised by his father and uncle he was taught to hunt, to be a survivor. When he awakes on a distant planet he knows these skills… Continue reading Book review: Displaced by Stephen Drake
Karen Gray remains to date my favourite author, and that is not a position I offer to just anyone. I find Karen's work to be the very essence of fantasy at its best. She brings to life an enormous cast of characters, each with depth, backstory, and involved history. The stories themselves are emotionally gripping,… Continue reading Book review: Battle of the Bannockburn: The Saga of Thistles and Roses (The Warrior Queen Book 3) by Karen Gray
As you may have seen me mentioning a few times, my favourite book of 2014 was, without a doubt, Angels Blood by Sallyann Phillips. But what made this book my favourite? As a teenager I loved the work of L.J. Smith but as with teenage fiction you get to a point where you outgrow it.… Continue reading Book review – Angel’s Blood by Sallyann Phillips