Category Archives: Reviews

The Brotherhood of the Black Flag by Ian Nathaniel Cohen

Review: The Brotherhood of the Black Flag by Ian Nathaniel Cohen is an amazing book about pirates. It has twists that leave you shocked and even a little bit of romance. Although I don’t know a lot of sailing terms, … Continue reading

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The Hunters’ Fate by Miranda Hardy

Review: The Hunters’ Fate by Miranda Hardy is the second, and final, book in the Roaming Curse series. This book was amazing and answered a lot of question that the first book left you with. This book uses a flash … Continue reading

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Birth or The Exquisite Sound of One Hand Falling Off a Turnip Truck by S. T. Gulik

Review: Birth or The Exquisite Sound of One Hand Falling Off a Turnip Truck by S. T. Gulik was a surprising good book. Set in the future, it gives a new twist to post-apocalyptic stories. I found this book to … Continue reading

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Soul Siphon by T. L. Branson

Review: Soul Siphon by T. L. Branson is a short story and prequel to his upcoming Soul Stones series. I greatly enjoyed this short story and felt like it was a nice tease to get people interested in the series. … Continue reading

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Sparkle by Arin Kambitsis

Review: Sparkle by Arin Kambitsis is a book about a small town, named Sparkle, in Pennsylvania. It is classified as a cross between J.R.R. Tolkien/C. S. Lewis/J. K. Rowling and Stephen King/Peter Straub/Clive Barker. While I would agree with this assessment, … Continue reading

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(Un)Graceful Cat by B. A. Gabrielle

Review: (Un)Graceful Cat by B. A. Gabrielle is the first book in the (Un) Series. This book starts out well and pulls the reader in, but around a third of the way through the book adds multiple characters quite quickly, … Continue reading

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Lightning Struck by Miranda Hardy

Review: Lightning Struck by Miranda Hardy is the first book in The Roaming Curse series. It follows the story of a girl who makes it rain when she cries, among other more violent weather. The story is told through her … Continue reading

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Danse Macabre by Stephen King

Review: I’ll be honest, this was not one of my favorite Stephen King books. Granted, it’s a non-fiction book so there’s no story to suck you in. His other non-fiction work, On Writing, was amazing and I love reading his … Continue reading

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Learning Not To Drown by Anna Shinoda

Review: Learning Not To Drown by Anna Shinoda is a young adult book that follows Clare through a summer and her senior year of high school. Clare is the youngest of three children and struggles with the skeletons in her … Continue reading

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The Blood Within The Stone by T. R. Thompson

Review: The Blood Within the Stone by T. R. Thompson is the first book in the Wraith Cycle Series. This book is absolutely amazing. As soon as I started reading, I did not want to put it down. The characters … Continue reading

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