A review of “The Dog That Laid Eggs” By Jonathan Maas

A fantastical tale of a boy, his dog and monsters   Full Disclosure, I was provided a copy of this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review. Bufkin County is not your average backwoods town as it is the home of Hitch Tull and his amazing dog Salem. What ’s so … Continue reading A review of “The Dog That Laid Eggs” By Jonathan Maas

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A review of Blood Memory Season 1 Episode 2 by Perrin Briar

A solid continuation to what is shaping up to be a very good series This is the second installment in the Blood Memory series by Perrin Briar that follows a group of survivors through the Zombie Apocalypse as they try to start over on the sea. Picking up immediately after Season 1 Episode 1 ends, … Continue reading A review of Blood Memory Season 1 Episode 2 by Perrin Briar

A review of “Arcene: The Island” by Al. K. Line

Trouble and Adventure seems to follow this girl everywhere   Full disclosure, I was provided a copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.   Arcene: The Island, the second book in the series by Al. K. Line, follows Arcene from the Commorancy series as she leaves the relative safety … Continue reading A review of “Arcene: The Island” by Al. K. Line

A review of “INK: Red” by Al K. Line

Originally posted to Amazon and Goodreads - February 2016 A fast paced read with more than its share of cringe worthy moments INK: Red follows the story of Edsel (don’t call him ED) through a world approximately 7 years into the global plague known as “The Lethargy”. Kidnapped by The Church of the Eventuals, a … Continue reading A review of “INK: Red” by Al K. Line

A review of “Flare” by Jonathan Maas

Originally posted to Amazon and Goodreads - February 2016 A brilliantly written take on the apocalypse that does not involve Zombies The earth is hit with a Solar Flare of such magnitude that it practically incinerates anyone and anything caught in the sun’s rays. Those left behind are left to attempt to rebuild, venturing out … Continue reading A review of “Flare” by Jonathan Maas

A review of:”Seasick: A Zombie Horror Novel” by Iain Rob Wright

Originally posted to Amazon and Goodreads - October 2015 The book that started it all! I am very sentimental about this book. This is the first book by Iain Rob Wright that I ever read a few years back. I was drawn to the "overstressed - almost ready to crack cop who was given a … Continue reading A review of:”Seasick: A Zombie Horror Novel” by Iain Rob Wright

A review of “Savage: A Zombie Apocalypse Novel” by Iain Rob Wright

Originally posted to Amazon and Goodreads - November 2015 A great read either standalone or part of the Damien - Verse   This book picks up about a year after "Ravage" leaves off. In the grand scheme of the IRW world this book is about 6th or 7th in a series of books that involve … Continue reading A review of “Savage: A Zombie Apocalypse Novel” by Iain Rob Wright

A review of “This is the Night” by Jonah C. Sirott

Originally posted to Amazon and Goodreads - November 2015 This book had so much potential, but it fell short. Usually I love reading about dystopian societies but this one left me lacking. The only thing I can think is that maybe there were too many things going on? It was hard to follow the different … Continue reading A review of “This is the Night” by Jonah C. Sirott

A review of “The Final Winter” by Iain Rob Wright

Posted to Amazon and GoodReads - October 2015 I don't normally rate books 5 stars but.... wow! Speaking as someone who likes to review from her perception of the book and the story as a whole more than the "literal relevance and grammatical syntax blah blah blah" this was one Hell of a ride. The … Continue reading A review of “The Final Winter” by Iain Rob Wright

A review of “ASBO: A Novel of Extreme Terror” by Iain Rob Wright

Originally posted to Amazon and Goodreads - October 2014 Overall, another good book from a really good author. Where do I begin with this one? Thug Kids, home invasion, tit for tat revenge and not everything is as it seems. This book was hard to read in some places and borderline predictable in others but … Continue reading A review of “ASBO: A Novel of Extreme Terror” by Iain Rob Wright