Category Archives: Reviews

My takes on books, TV, movies, art and whatever else I stumble across.

J. A. Cipriano: Jet-My Brother’s Keeper

J.A. Cipriano’s Jet: My Brother’s Keeper reads like  Nikita  of Division met Agent Melinda “The Cavalry” May of S.H.I.E.L. D. and their love child, Jet, is Ziva David  of N.C.I.S. Oh, and she has a brother. Separated as young children, she’s in Moussad, … Continue reading

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Bellarosa by Katharina Gerlach

Katharina Gerlach’s Bellarosa “Once upon a time in a world where magic and technology collide with unexpected consequences…” The sixth book in the series Treasures Untold, Katharina Gerlach’s Bellarosa is a new take on Sleeping Beauty from the point of … Continue reading

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Return to DiLunna by Deborah Cidboy

Deborah Cidboy’s sequel to Tasket: The Passage, teenager Denny and his cross-universe friends have been summoned to DiLunna, a planet in danger of destruction. An evil sorcerer was recently released from a milliennium-old curse. They meet with the Queen and her … Continue reading

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Review: This Old World by Steve Wiegenstein

Weigenstein takes a look at the effects of war on community Daybreak, a utopian community in Arkansas based on democracy and equality, is torn apart, like the nation during the American Civil War.  Charlotte Turner becomes the leader of the … Continue reading

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Review: Shifter by Alma Alexander

Shifter by Alma Alexander My rating: 4 of 5 stars In a world where Were and Not-Were live in a fragile balance, an abandoned were-child must make his way alone, figuring out who and what he is, risking his life … Continue reading

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Review: The Long War by Terry Pratchett and Steven Baxter

I waited a long time to start reading this book, although I pre-ordered it the day I saw that it would be available. I don’t like to read about war, and having read the first book, which ended on a … Continue reading

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Review: Going Nowhere by Roderick Lowe

When I first started reading Going Nowhere, I thought the title was appropriate, as the first half was an introduction to the French village of Lecul in the Lot district, a land that time, map-makers and tourist guides forgot. I’ve … Continue reading

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