Book Review: Through the Psyche of Ambrosia Part 1 by Byron Fortin

Through the Psyche of Ambrosia Part I by Byron Fortin Ambrosia is leaving home for the first time. The twenty-two year old has been raised by his Mother’s four in a secluded forest home and now, with the help of Mona, is off to see the world. Mona takes Ambrosia to her home in HartlandContinue reading “Book Review: Through the Psyche of Ambrosia Part 1 by Byron Fortin”

Book Review: Until We Burn by David Kummer

Until We Burn by David Kummer When Cyrus Street returns to his hometown of Werifesteria, the locals are very vocal about not wanting him there. He claims he’s there to finally discovery who burnt down the church several years ago. The townspeople don’t take kindly to this, especially with a murder happening soon after hisContinue reading “Book Review: Until We Burn by David Kummer”

Book Review: The Pacemaker by Imania Margria

The Pacemaker by Imania Margria Minerva Walsh wins a full scholarship to the most prestigious school in the country, Calendula University. The thing is, she never applied. Fully prepared for this to be a mistake and go on her way, Minerva is welcomed into a world that seems so perfect and positive, a big changeContinue reading “Book Review: The Pacemaker by Imania Margria”

Book Review: The Neon God by Ben D’Alessio

The Neon God by Ben D’Alessio The Neon God by Ben D’Alessio is set in New Orleans in 2019. The story is told from the alternating points of view of Zibby, a New Orleans citizen and law student, and Dionysus, the Greek God of the Earth, the vine, and wine. Dionysus decides to visit NewContinue reading “Book Review: The Neon God by Ben D’Alessio”

Book Review: Dragon Hoard and Other Tales of Faerie by Cathleen Townsend

Dragon Hoard and Other Tales of Faerie by Cathleen Townsend Dragon Hoard and Other Tales of Faerie by Cathleen Townsend is a collection of 10 short stories mixing fantasy with various time periods in unexpected ways. From a dragon conversing with his stock broker to what took place on Mt. Olympus during the Trojan War.Continue reading “Book Review: Dragon Hoard and Other Tales of Faerie by Cathleen Townsend”

Book Review: Abduction Chronicles: Genesis by Peter John

Abduction Chronicles: Genesis by Peter John Abduction Chronicles: Genesis by Peter John is told from the first person point of view of Colonel Petros Arkansas aka Armpit. Petros is a retired Spec Ops agent who has worked for the military in South Africa, the UK and the US as well as numerous intelligence agencies. HeContinue reading “Book Review: Abduction Chronicles: Genesis by Peter John”

Book Review: Past, Present, Future by Kyle A. Massa

Past, Present, Future by Kyle A.Massa Past – Johnny Hundredfingers is visited by the devil to complete the deal they made 70 years ago. Present – A mad scientist is looking for an intern. Job description included. Future – A search engine is in love with one of its users and struggles with finding aContinue reading “Book Review: Past, Present, Future by Kyle A. Massa”

Book Review: The Rebound Bet by Kaylee Spring

The Rebound Bet by Kaylee Spring After the end of another lackluster relationship, Beth takes Ruby to a bar to cheer her up. They make a bet that Ruby has to pick up the next guy who walks in the door. Enter Nathan. His friend Jonathan had the same idea to bring Nathan to theContinue reading “Book Review: The Rebound Bet by Kaylee Spring”

Book Review: Never Nerida by Shane Drummy

Never Nerida by Shane Drummy Eight year old Livia Karras survives a car crash that kills her parents and after saving her pet fish, lies down to die herself. But, 20 years later, she is still alive. After a rough life of bullying and changing foster homes, Livia prefers to keep to herself. A randomContinue reading “Book Review: Never Nerida by Shane Drummy”

Book Review: Relatively Strange by Marilyn Messik

Relatively Strange by Marilyn Messik Relatively Strange by Marilyn Messik is set in England and is told from the first person point of view of Stella. Stella tells her life story, growing up through the 50’s and 60’s with her “strange” abilities. Turns out she can fly, move objects with her mind and even readContinue reading “Book Review: Relatively Strange by Marilyn Messik”