A review of “Dead Spark: Dark Magic Enforcer book 7” by Al K. Line

Full disclosure, I was provided an advance copy of this book by the author as part of his “A-Team” in exchange for an honest review. Race Against Time For those of you, like myself, who ended Hidden Spark about as cliff-hung as can be, “Dead Spark” jumps right back into the action and leaves no … Continue reading A review of “Dead Spark: Dark Magic Enforcer book 7” by Al K. Line

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A review of “Taking Up Serpents” by Ian Sutherland

Full Disclosure, I was provided an advanced copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review. Sutherland does it again! Taking up Serpents continues the story of Brody Taylor, white hat hacker approximately 6 weeks after the close of “Invasion of Privacy”. Still reeling from the loss the events of the … Continue reading A review of “Taking Up Serpents” by Ian Sutherland

A Review of “Humbug (The Unwinding of Ebenezer Scrooge)” by Tony Bertauski

Full Disclosure – I received an advanced copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. Not your Grandmother’s Christmas Carol “Humbug” takes the classic Dickens Christmas Carol, dresses it up and moves it into modern (if not future) day.  Scrooge and Marley are the owners of tech company Avocado, Inc. … Continue reading A Review of “Humbug (The Unwinding of Ebenezer Scrooge)” by Tony Bertauski

A review of “Dead Ship Down: Something’s Alive on the Andria Doria” by Robert W. Walker

A fairly decent story, but could use a little editing Throughout my life, I have found myself drawn to strange subjects as objects of extreme fascination with shipwrecks being right at the top of the list.  Having previously read Titanic 2012 and actually enjoying it after a rocky start I figured I would give this … Continue reading A review of “Dead Ship Down: Something’s Alive on the Andria Doria” by Robert W. Walker

A review of “Shift (Strangetown Magic Book 2)” by Al K Line

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. No Rest for the Strange The Rift is gone along with the majority of its otherworldly inhabitants. Swift, Robin, Mack, Pumi, and all the rest of Strangetown begin the process … Continue reading A review of “Shift (Strangetown Magic Book 2)” by Al K Line

A Review of “The Scattered and the Dead” Book 2.0 by Tim McBain and LT Vargus

TSATD 2.0 continues the story of the survivors of the numerous mass extinction events as the winter turns to spring and life attempts to carry on. The main focus of this book is on Erin and Izzy, Ray, Lorraine and their encampment of survivors, and Decker, and Teddy in the most recent months after civilization … Continue reading A Review of “The Scattered and the Dead” Book 2.0 by Tim McBain and LT Vargus