Review of Fearscape by Simon Holt

I recommend that you read: The Devouring, and Soulstice before jumping into this one. It would make the story more complete and gives you detailed background material. Besides, it’s a great series! It’s been a year since Reggie first discovered the Vours, and the Winter Solstice is approaching once again. It will be another night […]

Book Blogger Hop 3/25

  Today’s question is:  “If you could physically put yourself into a book or series…which one would it be and why?” – I’d have to go with anywhere in the world of Krynn (this is featured in Dragonlance). I’ve always loved that setting. It’s the perfect place to escape. (Especially in a tavern somewhere) 🙂 […]

Review of Magic Study by Maria V Snyder

It is recommended that you read Poison Study before jumping into this one. Not only was it an awesome read, but it also provides you with lots of background information that you will be needing to understand this one. With her greatest enemy dead, and on her way to be reunited with the family she’d […]

Review of The Hollow People by Brian Keaney

ON THE SINISTER ISLAND where strict obedience to the laws of the mysterious Dr. Sigmundus holds sway, dreaming will get you locked up and branded a lunatic, a danger to society and to all who know you. In this doomed and repressive place, two teens that were never meant to meet or share their dreams, […]

Book Blogger Hop 3/18

Today’s question is: “Do you read only one book at a time, or do you have several going at once?” – That depends. Most of the time, I have several going at once. But if the book is really good, or it’s due then I make sure that one gets read first. It can be confusing, […]

Review of Annexed by Sharon Dogar

If you’ve read Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl, you’ll know who Peter van Pels was. This is an interesting book, as it’s told through Peter’s point of view. It’s different in many ways, as we’re all used to reading through Anne Frank. Everyone knows about Anne Frank and her life hidden in the […]

Review of Snake Agent by Liz Williams

In late twenty-first-century Singapore, detective inspector Wei Chen is a snake agent, a detective whose beat reaches to the fringes of Heaven and Hell. Married to a demon wife and surrounded by wary colleagues, he is nevertheless bored with investigating routine exorcism scams and bogus feng shui licenses. Then the newly deceased ghost of a […]