Tag: Book Review

You Should be Reading: Neal Stephenson

You should be reading: Neal Stephenson Why? Do you like deep plots with complex characters? Do you find coding, linguistics, history, genetics? Do those sound like odd things to write books about? If you’re intrigued or these are your cup of tea, keep reading: Coding: Snow Crash, The Diamond Age, Reamde Snow Crash is credited […]

You Should be Reading: Drew Hayes

This is our new series of book reviews written by our newest contributor, HColleen. This is her take on books she’s read and we are more than happy to welcome her! This is her first review for the site so we hope you enjoy it! You should be reading: Drew Hayes Why? Do you like […]

Book Review: The Year of Lightning by Ryan Dalton

Book Review: The Year of Lightning by Ryan Dalton. When 15-year-old twins Malcolm and Valentine Gilbert moved to a new town, they never imagined that the old house across the street could bring them so much trouble. Inside the old house, a secret machine with the power to pierce time has reawakened. Meanwhile, lightning storms […]

Book Review: I Swear My Roommate Is a Vampire by Arabella Thorne

Ever declare bankruptcy? Don’t. It sucks…. Okay, really bad joke. Anyway, after my bankruptcy, my home equity line payment took a jump into the ozone layer and I needed extra money, fast. So, I decided it was time for a roommate. After screening lots of potential candidates (let me tell you, what a real life […]

Book Review: The Disciple and Other Stories of the Paranormal by Gini Koch writing as Jemma Chase

Book Review: The Disciple and Other Stories of the Paranormal by Gini Koch writing as Jemma Chase A time-traveling vampire hunter. The search for the hottest place on Earth. A salvage hunter at the edge of the galaxy. A maze that grows more terrifying with each turn. And someone trapped in a deadly game of […]

Book Review: A Cup of Joe by Gini Koch writing as Anita Ensal

When Emily smiles at David, the Chosen One, as if he’s a normal person, his sheltered existence plunges into terror and deception, forcing him to see that the world might not be as perfect as he’s always believed. If the choice is between love or perfection, which would you choose? Time again to talk about […]

Book Review: Medusa Uploaded by Emily Devenport

Book Review: Medusa Uploaded by Emily Devenport My name is Oichi Angelis, and I am a worm. They see me every day. They consider me harmless. And that’s the trick, isn’t it? A generation starship can hide many secrets. When an Executive clan suspects Oichi of insurgency and discreetly shoves her out an airlock, one […]

Book Review: Sick by Tom Leveen

Book Review: Sick by Tom Leveen Brian and his friends are not part of the cool crowd. They’re the misfits and wily troublemakers–the ones who jump their high school’s fence to skip class regularly. So when a deadly virus breaks out, they’re the only ones with a chance of surviving. The virus turns Brian’s classmates […]

Review: That Ain’t Witchcraft (InCryptid Book 8) by Seanan McGuire

Frankly, I’m completely biased when it comes to Seanan McGuire’s writing. That said, I want to talk about her newest in The Incryptid series, Ain’t Witchcraft. This is the eighth book in the series, along with short stories set in the universe. The series focuses around the Price family who rebelled against the Covenant of […]

Review: Lightning Wolves by David Lee Summers

Review: Lightning Wolves by David Lee Summers It’s 1877 and Russians forces occupy the Pacific Northwest. They are advancing into California. New weapons have proven ineffective or dangerously unstable. The one man who can help has disappeared into Apache Country, hunting ghosts. A healer and a former sheriff lead a band into the heart of […]