Book Review: NIGHT HERON, by Adam Brookes

I love a good spy novel. NIGHT HERON is a good spy novel. It is filled with code names, and secret names, politics, corporations, and secrets. Li “Peanut” Huasheng spent twenty years as a prisoner in a Labor Reform Camp in the Qinghai Desert. Before that, he was an agent with British Intelligence. He was […]

Book Review: ORIGIN, by Dan Brown

In 2003, I remember Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code’s big release. It was met with immediate outrage. Churches opposed it. There were conspiracy theories, and accusations of blasphemy. The hype tsunamied across media outlets (this was a year before Facebook was even invented, and three years before Twitter struck).¬† So naturally, everyone was reading […]

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: The Terminal List, by Jack Carr

The Terminal List is a debut military thriller by former Navy SEAL, Jack Carr. And it is an explosive debut at that! With Mitch Rapp flavor, I found this novel impossible to put down. The storyline is straight forward, although there is nothing simple, or simplistic about the plot. When a Team of SEALS are […]