Book Review: “Indelible” or “Tattoos are Forever, Stupid.” (8/10)

This may be the most metal book I've read all year. Or...ever, which says more about me than the book. Oh, well. I just happened to pick this book up when Crossover Alliance gave away all their books for free one day (That was an awe. some. day.). I've seen Carver's name around, but finally … Continue reading Book Review: “Indelible” or “Tattoos are Forever, Stupid.” (8/10)

“Blood for Blood,” or “See! Christians can be Vampires, too!” (4/5 stars)

You read that right: a Christian vampire. Well, that's just unique enough to pick up. Oh, and it's on sale through Halloween, which is perfect when you think about it. TITLE: Blood for Blood AUTHOR: Ben Wolf GENRE: Christian, Fantasy STORY The aptly-named Raven Worth has been a vampire for 80 years, drinking human blood, … Continue reading “Blood for Blood,” or “See! Christians can be Vampires, too!” (4/5 stars)

Book Review: “Ghost Box” or “This is Why I Don’t Go to Los Angeles”

I saw this number as part of a cover artist's display at Realm Makers 2015 and I'd been meaning to read it since then (proving the power of good cover art). I finally snagged a copy and sat down to enjoy it. And yes, enjoy is the operative word. Not love, not revel in, but … Continue reading Book Review: “Ghost Box” or “This is Why I Don’t Go to Los Angeles”

Blogger Book Review: “The Third Heaven” –The Prequel to the Bible?

The Third Heaven: The Rise of Fallen Stars by Donovan M. Neal Rating: 3/5 Stars. Story Summary: Calling itself "The Prequel to the Bible," this story is about Lucifer's fall from Heaven and becoming Satan. The Bible says that Lucifer was cast out of Heaven after an attempted rebellion, but the details are mum. Donovan M. Neal weaves a … Continue reading Blogger Book Review: “The Third Heaven” –The Prequel to the Bible?

Book Review: “Mortis” School of Assassins. ‘Nuff Said.

Mortis by Hannah Cobb Rating: 3/5 stars Summary: Mortis is a school that trains children from birth to become assassins. It's a place where death is so commonplace, no one even questions its morality. Except Jane. Though she begins as callous as the rest, Jane begins questioning whether killing is right or wrong. When she finally … Continue reading Book Review: “Mortis” School of Assassins. ‘Nuff Said.