Review: Kyoko M.’s Of Cinder & Bone

My apologies for the late review, but life has kept me busy these past few months. I won a copy of the novel via the author’s GoodReads giveaway Review: The novel’s a great read, it has everything a reader can ask for in a sci-fi/fantasy book. I applaud the author’s characters who are not onlyContinue reading “Review: Kyoko M.’s Of Cinder & Bone”

Review: Phases of a Broken Sky

Written by Christina Barr Purchase your copy here. 5/5 Phases of a Broken Sky is an excellent read. The novel tells the story of Jesse Holloway a young lady trying to break free from her over protective parents by starting her college years miles away from where she lives. At the start of her roadContinue reading “Review: Phases of a Broken Sky”

Book Review: Almost Alive

Let me just start by saying that I love the cover of the book. Miss Barr does an excellent job of creating covers for her stories and this cover definitely gets the attention of a would-be reader. Almost Alive is a supernatural tale of epic proportions. Its theme of good vs. evil reminds me aContinue reading “Book Review: Almost Alive”

Book Review: The Holy Dark by Kyoko M.

Kyoko M.’s The Black Parade series concludes with the final novel The Holy Dark. At the end of She Who Fights Monsters, our heroine Jordan Amador had almost brought on the apocalypse, was a fugitive on the run (which was brought to an end by the president’s pardon), she had lost her best friend’s trust,Continue reading “Book Review: The Holy Dark by Kyoko M.”

Book Review: The Deadly Seven: Stories From The Black Parade

Kyoko M. has done it again with her marvellous writing and storytelling. I was sent a free digital copy (PDF format) of the book by the author, but I’ll also purchase a print copy of the book as soon as possible as I found The Deadly Seven to be a fantastic book! Before I continue,Continue reading “Book Review: The Deadly Seven: Stories From The Black Parade”

Book Review: That Which Lives Within

That Which Lives Within is a full-length poetry collection by first time author eLPY that it is beautifully written. The 189 page collection features not only poetry, but also poepics, and poetry-infused pictures. Throughout, the author’s myriad of experiences and emotions are displayed in every poem. The topics of death and loss are touched uponContinue reading “Book Review: That Which Lives Within”

Book Review: Schrödinger’s Gat

Author: Robert Kroese Premise:  Paul Bayes has begun to feel like all of his actions are dictated by forces beyond his control. But when his suicide attempt is foiled by a mysterious young woman named Tali, Paul begins to wonder if the future is really as bleak as it seems. Tali possesses a strange power:Continue reading “Book Review: Schrödinger’s Gat”