Book Review: Season On the Brink by Rich Maclone

Season On the Brink by Rich Maclone Published: June 11, 2019 (Independently published) Source: ebook, Kindle version, 362 pages Summary: (from Goodreads) Their dream season became a nightmare. They'll need each other to finish the game. Wes Garrett wishes he could play in the state championship football game with his best friends, Craig, Collin, and Josh. An injury cost … Continue reading Book Review: Season On the Brink by Rich Maclone

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Book Review: Nothing Is Strange by Mike Russell

Nothing Is Strange by Mike Russell Published: December 31, 2014 by StrangeBooks Source: Paperback, 146 pages Summary: 20 mind-expanding short stories. Inspiring, liberating, otherworldly, magical, surreal, bizarre, funny, disturbing, unique... all of these words have been used to describe the stories of Mike Russell so put on your top hat, open your third eye and enjoy: Nothing Is … Continue reading Book Review: Nothing Is Strange by Mike Russell

Book Review: Blood and Ballet by Melissa Mitchell

Blood and Ballet by Melissa Mitchell Published: September 9, 2018 by Create Space Source: Paperback, 332 pages Summary: (from Goodreads) "If only ballerinas knew what vampire blood could do for their dancing." In Anghor Manor, there is always a choice. When ex-ballet dancer Celine sees something she shouldn’t in the alleyway outside of Vienna’s hottest nightclub, Fluxx, owned and … Continue reading Book Review: Blood and Ballet by Melissa Mitchell

Book Review: Two Like Me and You by Chad Alan Gibbs

Two Like Me and You by Chad Alan Gibbs Published: May 20, 2019 Source: Paperback, 298 pages Summary: (from Goodreads) Edwin Green's ex-girlfriend is famous. We're talking cover-of-every-tabloid-in-the-grocery-store-line famous. She dumped Edwin one year ago on what he refers to as Black Saturday, and in hopes of winning her back, he's spent the last twelve months trying to become … Continue reading Book Review: Two Like Me and You by Chad Alan Gibbs

Book Review: For to See The Elephant by Tammi Truax

For to See the Elephant by Tammi Truax Published: May 30, 2019 Source: Kindle Edition, 189 pages Summary: (from Goodreads) In a variety of voices, Truax tells the never-before-told story of the first two elephants to come to America and their enslaved keeper, William. In the autumn of 1795 on board a ship from Salem, Massachusetts an enslaved boy … Continue reading Book Review: For to See The Elephant by Tammi Truax

Book Review: No Way But Through: An American Refugee Story

No Way But Through: An American Refugee Story by Emily Anne Brown Published: January 18th, 2019 by Emily Anne Brown Source: Paperback, 226 pages Summary: America is not so invincible as we've been led to believe. After nuclear attacks, thousands of survivors are forced to flee the country. The Smith family find themselves living in a camp in … Continue reading Book Review: No Way But Through: An American Refugee Story

Book Review: IGIST by L. S. Larson

IGIST by L. S. Larson Published: December 10th, 2018 by IGIST Studios Source: Paperback, 295 pages/digitally through IGIST app Summary: (from Goodreads) In the not-so-distant future when humanity has colonized the solar system, orbiting the moon is a space station called IGIST (Intergalactic Institute of Science and Technology) that embodies a simple ethos: No matter what problems we face … Continue reading Book Review: IGIST by L. S. Larson

Book Review: Evermore by Sara Holland

Evermore by Sara Holland Published: December 31st, 2018 by HarperTeen Series: Everless, #2 Summary: (from Goodreads) Jules Ember confronts the girl who is both her oldest friend and greatest enemy in the highly anticipated sequel to Everless, praised by New York Times bestelling author Stephanie Garber as “an intoxicating blend of blood, secrets, and haunting mythology.” Jules Ember was raised … Continue reading Book Review: Evermore by Sara Holland