Category Archives: Fantasy/Sci Fi

The Beast of Talesend

The Beast of Talesend Kyle Robert Shultz The Beast of Talesend is set in a world in which fairy tales are history. Distant history, and most of the people no longer believe in Magic. Nicholas Beasley made his living debunking … Continue reading

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Frankenstein Reborn

Frankenstein Reborn Dean C. Moore Soren fights a minotaur, paying attention to the women who watches him from the shadows. He follows her, discovering she is not nearly as impressed with him as he is with her. Events conspire to … Continue reading

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The Golem of Wacza

The Golem of Wazca Oliver D’Alton The Golem of Wazca is an interesting concept. I like the idea of golems, created by Jewish magic, though the magician here is Christian, or at nominally. Religion doesn’t play a big part, except … Continue reading

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Setup: Android Assassins

Setup: Android Assassins Dean C. Moore In my opinion, this is Dean’s best book to date. Max Chase witnesses the assassination of a super-spy by androids and immediately guesses he’s been setup up by the notorious FBI Future Division. He … Continue reading

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Unkillable: The Futurist

Unkillable: The Futurist Dean C Moore “Unkillable brings a mix of serial killer, mutant critters, and the scary edge of technology to a gritty thriller. Adrian Maslow is the lead Futurist with the FBI, so well-known that criminals brag about … Continue reading

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Blood or Destiny by Angela Stevens

Blood or Destiny is a continuation of the Vargr Saga in which we are introduced to a unique interpretation of Werewolves and Skin Walkers, add in Vampires and magic and you have a strong world inhabited by strongly developed characters. … Continue reading

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Deja Vu

Deja Vu Ian Hocking This is a fascinating book which tackles the paradox of time travel. Saskia Brandt wakes  and soon finds herself involved in a locked room mystery where the only logical suspect is Saskia herself. She is then … Continue reading

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Timesnatched: Polestar

Timesnatched: Polestar Barbara Boyle Jack and Annie are just regular teenagers, Jack in the US and Annie in Britain. But a mysterious man in a blue coat snatches them to a future where a benevolent dictatorship claims to have cured … Continue reading

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Rath’s Deception

Rath’s Deception Piers Platt Rath is a smart kid with a gift. He has a perfect memory. He and his brother have a plan to use that gift to get out of the slum levels of their world. When his … Continue reading

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Daygo’s Fury

Daygo’s Fury John O’Sullivan The blurb for Daygo’s Fury promises the beginning of an epic story, and certainly there is an epic story there. There at two stories, one set in a city in the poorest section, the other in … Continue reading

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