Monthly Archives: April 2015

Dwarves in Space

Dwarves in Space Sabrina Zbasnik With a title like Dwarves in Space I had to give this book a read. It doesn’t disappoint. The classic races of high fantasy are lifted into space and stuffed onto a rickety old space … Continue reading

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The Elemental Conductors

The Elemental Conductors Jesse Wolf The premise of The Elemental Conductors is that certain people have a gene that is only activate when they almost die in an encounter with a basic element. Joshua is struck by lightning and wakes … Continue reading

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Barking Madness

Barking Madness Ryan Hill Barking Madness is the classic werewolf tale given a modern twist and set in a small town in the US. Rosetta is the new girl in the school, while Michael has lived in Ashwood his entire … Continue reading

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The Guide: Tor’s Quest

The Guide: Tor’s Quest Trudie Collins Tor’s Quest starts in the aftermath of a battle for a clue in what is a scavenger hunt with first prize being the crown of Tor’s home. His group quickly learns that they need … Continue reading

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George and the Dragon

George and the Dragon Phil Tolhurst George is a thirteen year old in London during World War Two. His mother decides that they will be safer in the country at his Uncle’s manor. They aren’t there long before the house … Continue reading

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Johnny Fracture

Johnny Fracture Waheed Ibne Musa Johnny Fracture is a novel by Pakistan Waheed Ibne Musa. It starts with nameless old man in New York City (though a New York which has a mountain road leading away from it). The language rhythm … Continue reading

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The Jagged Man

The Jagged Man Michael Sirois Put an eight thousand year old man, Hurricane Katrina and an ancient papyrus together and you have Michael Sirois’ novel The Jagged Man. The premise is an immortal man who hates humanity and has spent … Continue reading

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Saving Angels

Jeff Davis Saving Angels  The bodies of two women are found in two different churches nailed to the cross. Retired FBI profiler Billy Jackson is leading a workshop in the area and offers to help. He notices a disturbing resemblance … Continue reading

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