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Book Review: The Blood Guard

I enjoy young adult novels. Sometimes, I think I like them better than novels written for adults. I devour dystopian thrillers, and tales of dragons and magic. When I read the dust jacket flap for Carter Roy’s The Bood Guard, I knew it would be a book that demanded being added to my collection. Ronan […]

Book Review: Nightmare City Parts 1 & 2

**Revised Review –now contains both Parts 1 & 2** Jack Connor’s novel, Nightmare City, caught my interest after reading the synopsis. I finished both Part I and Part II quickly and enjoyed the entire picture painted. Part I Nightmare City is non-stop action. The pacing just keeps getting cranked up, page after page. The main […]

Book Review: As the Crow Flies

I purchased a copy of Damien Boyd’s, As the Crow Flies, during a promotion. I had not heard of the author, yet the premise seemed intriguing and unique enough that I wanted to give the novel a try. Detective Inspector Nick Dixon’s former climbing partner, Jake Fayter, is dead. Killed in a fall whilst practicing […]

Book Review: Red Rising

While I said in an earlier review that Divergent is nothing like The Hunger Games, and could not see why the two were ever compared, Red Rising is, in fact, similar. But allow me the next few paragraphs to explain. On the planet Mars, the world is split into castes, and those castes are represented […]