A review of “Contamination (The Commorancy Book 2)” by Al K. Line

Originally posted to Amazon and Goodreads March 2016 The war for the survival of Man begins! Contamination picks up where Orientation leaves off. Varik and his cult of Eventuals are making their way by sea to the Commorancy in an attempt to breach the walls, kill Marcus and destroy the Commorancy forever. With his father … Continue reading A review of “Contamination (The Commorancy Book 2)” by Al K. Line

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A review of “Black Spark (Dark Magic Enforcer Book 1)” by Al K. Line

Initially posted March 2016 and to Amazon and Goodreads April 2016   Full disclosure – I received a free copy of this book from the author as part of his “A-Team” in exchange for an honest review. Even the best mess up once in a while   Faz Pound; “Black Spark” to those who love … Continue reading A review of “Black Spark (Dark Magic Enforcer Book 1)” by Al K. Line

A review of “ Z-Minus 4” by Perrin Briar

Originally posted to Amazon and Goodreads – March 2016 Eight of the longest hours... Full disclosure – I received a free copy of this book from the author as part of his launch team in exchange for an honest review. While listed as 4th in the Z-Minus series this is actually the first book in … Continue reading A review of “ Z-Minus 4” by Perrin Briar

A review of “Casting Shadows Everywhere” by Tim McBain and LT Vargus

Originally posted to Amazon and GoodReads March 2016 Brilliantly written and insanely thought provoking When Jake was 9, he witnessed his then 17-year-old cousin Nick attack and choke out another kid who was bullying him.  Several years later, with no father figure to help him through his teenage years, Jake turns to Nick again in … Continue reading A review of “Casting Shadows Everywhere” by Tim McBain and LT Vargus

A review of “Orientation (A Dystopian Fantasy) (The Commorancy Book 1)” by Al K. Line

Originally posted to GoodReads and Amazon  March 2016 As its name suggests “Orientation” is just that. This is the first of 5 books in the Commorancy series by Al. K. Line which presents the world in the grips of a disease called “The Lethargy”, where those afflicted just give up and waste away until they … Continue reading A review of “Orientation (A Dystopian Fantasy) (The Commorancy Book 1)” by Al K. Line

A review of  “Acid Reflux – A Diet & Lifestyle Guide for Reflux & Heartburn Relief” by Jake Hargis

Originally posted to Amazon and Goodreads March 9 2016   A quick read that is a must for reflux sufferers. This is a very short book that details the differences between Heartburn, Reflux and GERD and the various ways of controlling and possibly curing this annoying condition. As one who suffers from reflux so severely … Continue reading A review of  “Acid Reflux – A Diet & Lifestyle Guide for Reflux & Heartburn Relief” by Jake Hargis

 A review of “I Am Jack” – installment 1 by Michael Bray

Posted exclusively to Jennlyreads - March 2016   I Am Jack is the newest novel by horror/thriller author Michael Bray. Released free in serialized format to members of his mailing list, I received the opening installment yesterday evening and had it read in fairly short order. While not a ‘factual account’ of the White Chapel … Continue reading  A review of “I Am Jack” – installment 1 by Michael Bray

A review of “The Inconvenient Corpse: A Grace Cassidy Mystery” by Jackie King

Originally posted to  Goodreads - September 2015 A very cute mystery. I guess this is what they call the "cozy" niche? Love how Grace takes the lemons handed to her and makes the best of her situation, carving out a new niche for herself and even solving a murder. Things I didn't like. People's names … Continue reading A review of “The Inconvenient Corpse: A Grace Cassidy Mystery” by Jackie King

A review of “Heart Collector” by Jacques Vandroux, Wendeline A. Hardenberg (Translator)

Originally posted to Goodreads - January 2015 I picked this up as part of the Kindle First free pre release program for January The story is basically a police procedural set in France. The book is translated from French to English which would account for the anomalies in figures of speech and idioms. The story … Continue reading A review of “Heart Collector” by Jacques Vandroux, Wendeline A. Hardenberg (Translator)

A review of “Time Voyage (Return to Titanic #1)” by Steve Brezenoff

Originally posted to Goodreads- February 2015 A quick easy read - series of four books. My 8 year old and I tore through them on a weekend. There was one photo that was slightly factually incorrect, but I'll overlook it. Although Titanic had 4 funnels only 3 were operational, so the photo where it shows … Continue reading A review of “Time Voyage (Return to Titanic #1)” by Steve Brezenoff