Book Review: House of Reckoning by John Saul

I love John Saul. I have been a fan since I was about eight years old and my sister and I snuck a copy of Suffer the Children from a friend’s house. I haven’t read anything by him in almost two years and so I thought I would choose something by him to vary the […]Read More

Book Review: Grave Sins by Jenna Maclaine

Grave Sins by Jenna Maclaine is an urban fantasy series featuring Cin Craven as the heroine. Although this is only the second novel it is technically part five in the series. The original story appears in the anthology, “Mammoth Book of Irish Romance”, the second in the collection, “Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance”, the third […]Read More

A Review of The Demon’s Lexicon by Sarah Rees Brennan

Normally I don’t read young adult novels, but when Sarah Rees Brennan sent me an autographed copy of her novel, The Demon’s Lexicon (The Demon’s Lexicon Trilogy), I decided to give it a look. This is her very first book is print. I had heard of this author before, through an online interview, but had […]Read More

Review – Chains of Ice by Christina Dodd

Chains of Ice is the newest installment to her Chosen Ones series. The first two books; Storm of Visions and Storm of Shadows brought us into the world of the Chosen Onesandthe Others. By the time we reach book three there are only a few Chosen left due to a bombing at headquarters. Their mission […]Read More

Author Profile: Mary Janice Davidson

Ordinarily I would be reviewing a single title, but New York Times best selling author, Mary Janice Davidson, is a writer of so many incredible books I felt she deserved a plug for all of them. Although she is most famous for her Undead series, she actually has several adult series as well as a […]Read More

A Review of Covet by J. R. Ward

I have been told many times that J.R. Ward is a genius. I finally decided to see for myself. I was not disappointed. Covet (Fallen Angels, Book 1) is a work of art. It depicts the epic struggle between good and evil in a fresh new way. The basis for the plot is that a […]Read More