A review of “Ouela” (Teller Tales Book 2)” by Matt Doyle

The Game Continues “Ouela”, the second in the Teller Tales series by Matt Doyle, continues the story of Simon Teller approximately two months after the events of “Basille”. In the months that have passed, Simon divides his time between the real world and Xera’s realm, however he is finding less and less satisfaction with life … Continue reading A review of “Ouela” (Teller Tales Book 2)” by Matt Doyle

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A Review of “Glimpse of Death: A Riveting Serial Killer Thriller” by Leslie Wolfe

No Rest for the Best “Glimpse of Death”, the newest book by Leslie Wolfe, is the third in the series of novels featuring FBI Special Agent Tess Winnett. With the dust still settling from her last case and still recuperating in the hospital, Agent Winnett is approached by Palm Beach County Detectives Fradella and Michowsky … Continue reading A Review of “Glimpse of Death: A Riveting Serial Killer Thriller” by Leslie Wolfe

A review of “Vampire Enforcer (Hidden Blood Book 1) By Al. K. Line

Full disclosure, I was provided an advance copy of this book by the author as part of his “A-Team” but have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. Vampire Enforcer - Day 1 Vampire Enforcer is the first in a new urban fantasy series by Al. K. Line. While the series … Continue reading A review of “Vampire Enforcer (Hidden Blood Book 1) By Al. K. Line

A review of “The Giver” by Lois Lowry

A ridiculously dystopian teen novel that gives “Brave New World” a run for its money. I read this along with my ten-year-old when it was assigned in school. Jonas lives in a dystopia disguised as a utopia where everyone is cared for and all has a place. Everything is controlled, from the weather, to the … Continue reading A review of “The Giver” by Lois Lowry

A review of “I Was Jack the Ripper (Part Two): A Serialised novel based on the Whitechapel Murders” – by Michael Bray

The Ripper is born “I was Jack The Ripper “is the newest novel by horror/thriller author Michael Bray. Initially released as a test offering to members of his mailing list I have previously read the first three installments.   I was very happy to this serial resurrected so to speak for Amazon. Jack, is a serialized … Continue reading A review of “I Was Jack the Ripper (Part Two): A Serialised novel based on the Whitechapel Murders” – by Michael Bray

A Review of “Starburst (Women of The Grey #1) by Carol James Marshall

Full Disclosure, I was provided a copy of this book by the author, but have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. All the same and none different Lisa comes from a mysterious place known as “The Grey.” In this ordered and rigid society the inhabitants are reared on a strict … Continue reading A Review of “Starburst (Women of The Grey #1) by Carol James Marshall

A review of “The Prophecy (Saga of the Chosen, #1)” by Petra Landon

Full disclosure, I was provided a copy of this book by the author however have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. Who is Tasia Armstrong? Set in modern day San Francisco, “The Prophecy” is the story of Tasia Armstrong, who is currently living in the city under the guise of a low-level wizard. … Continue reading A review of “The Prophecy (Saga of the Chosen, #1)” by Petra Landon

A review of “Addict (The Cassie Tam Files, #1)” by Matt Doyle

 Full disclosure, I was provided an advanced copy of this book by the author however I have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. Welcome to New Hopeland – American Wasteland Addict, is a new series by author Matt Doyle and follows Cassie Tam, a Chinese-Canadian transplant from Vancouver to New … Continue reading A review of “Addict (The Cassie Tam Files, #1)” by Matt Doyle