A review of “Desolation – (The Commorancy Book 5)” by Al K. Line

Originally posted to Amazon and Goodreads – May 2016 Worlds Collide Desolation, the conclusion to the Commorancy series, finds Letje, Gamm, Arcene and Leel on a Journey to face former guest Artek as he is discovered as the reason for the population’s decline.  Stockpiling the remaining UK population, Artek fancies himself the ruler and savior … Continue reading A review of “Desolation – (The Commorancy Book 5)” by Al K. Line

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A review of “Resurrection – The Rise of Letje (The Commorancy Book 4)” by Al K. Line

Starting over in a Brave New World Originally posted to Amazon and Goodreads – May 2016 Resurrection encompasses the 5 years ensuing after the death of Marcus and details how Letje, Arcene,  Fasolt and Constantine/Yabis return to the Commorancy, now their home,  to continue the work that was laid out centuries ago by its founder.  Life and Orientations resume until one day Arcene discovers that what … Continue reading A review of “Resurrection – The Rise of Letje (The Commorancy Book 4)” by Al K. Line

A review of “Conspiracy: Russian Assassins in America” by Lucian

Posted to Goodreads and Amazon - May 2016 The Cold War isn’t over Seventeen years ago, a team of 9 elite KGB agents entered a building. After an unexpected explosion all were presumed dead. Flash forward to today where we find a handful of the survivors living anonymous lives after defecting to America. Having adopted … Continue reading A review of “Conspiracy: Russian Assassins in America” by Lucian

A review of “ Z-Minus 5” by Perrin Briar

Originally posted to Amazon and Goodreads – May 2016 Death in the City Z-Minus 5 continues the story of the previous installment at a research facility in Charlotte.  Susan Scott and her team of researchers receive a transmission on their high tech sequencer “Archie” from their sister facility in New York. While unexpected and unannounced, … Continue reading A review of “ Z-Minus 5” by Perrin Briar

 A review of “I Am Jack” – installment 3 by Michael Bray

Posted exclusively to Jennlyreads-  May 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 third installment yesterday. While not a ‘factual account’ of the White Chapel Murders or the Ripper, it is a tale of fiction … Continue reading  A review of “I Am Jack” – installment 3 by Michael Bray

A review of “ Z-Minus 5” by Perrin Briar

Originally posted to Amazon and Goodreads – May 2016 Death in the City Z-Minus 5 continues the story of the previous installment at a research facility in Charlotte.  Susan Scott and her team of researchers receive a transmission on their high tech sequencer “Archie” from their sister facility in New York. While unexpected and unannounced, … Continue reading A review of “ Z-Minus 5” by Perrin Briar

A review of “New Spark (Dark Magic Enforcer Book 3)” by Al K. Line

Initially posted to Amazon and Goodreads May 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. The Hidden World in peril Nine Months have passed since the conclusion of “Black Spark”, and we find Faz and Kate living … Continue reading A review of “New Spark (Dark Magic Enforcer Book 3)” by Al K. Line

A review of “Legion” by Iain Rob Wright

To be posted to Amazon and Goodreads - May 2016. Full disclosure – I was provided a copy of this book by the Author as part of his Advanced Reader’s group. Hell on Earth “Legion” – the second in the “Gates” series by Iain Rob Wright takes place simultaneously with the timeline of the initial … Continue reading A review of “Legion” by Iain Rob Wright

A Review of “City of Gods – Hellenica” By Jonathan Maas

The Horsemen - Re-imagined War, Pestilence, Death, and the White Night. Names that would one day strike fear into the hearts of every living thing and usher in the Apocalypse, but for now they’re just teenagers. The mythical gods of old have returned to the Earth and have split the continents and countries into their various … Continue reading A Review of “City of Gods – Hellenica” By Jonathan Maas