Category: novels

Book Review: ZERO DAY, by Ezekiel Boone

Ezekiel Boone’s spider trilogy has been nothing shy of a horrific ride. Suspenseful, and crazy. I suffer from arachnophobia. For me the books were terrifying. Even if you don’t have arachnophobia, I have to think the books in this series will mess with your head. Let’s face it, no one likes spiders. No author has […]

Book Review: Journey to the Stars: The Legends of Luke Skywalker (Star Wars: The Last Jedi), by Ken Liu

The Legends of Luke Skywalker is a young adult novel filled with tales of the mystical and legendary Luke Skywalker. The 420 page book contains six “Luke Skywalker” short stories. A group of kids and droids on a cargo ship are headed toward Canto Bight at the opposite end of their galaxy. To kill time […]

Book Review: LAST CHANCE, by Gregg Hurwitz

Last Chance is the second book in a young adult apocalypse series. The first was Rains. This is one of those times where you definitely need to read Book 1 before diving into Book 2. Last Chance picks up right where Rains left off. The characters are already established, as is the plot. But don’t […]

Book Review: SPEAK FOR THE DEAD, by Christopher Valen

I have been a fan of the John Santana crime novels from the beginning, as well as an immediate fan of Christopher Valen. His writing style, characters, and tight-knitted plots made becoming a fan simple, natural. I mean, Valen puts everything a mystery reader wants inside every one of his novels. Intrigue, suspense, a splash […]

Book Review: Law And Vengeance, by Mike Papantonio

I have been a fan of legal thrillers going back to 1986 when I accidentally stumbled onto a copy of Scott Turow’s Presumed Innocent. After, I found John Grisham, and Steve Martini, and so on, and so forth. You see what I’m saying, right? When I was sent a copy of Mike Papantonio’s Law And […]