A review of “Extinction (Hell on Earth Book 3)” by Iain Rob Wright

Armageddon Full disclosure – I was provided a copy of this book by the Author as part of his Advanced Reader’s group, however I have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. The gates of Hell have opened. Demons and fallen angels alike roam the Earth freely laying waste to all … Continue reading A review of “Extinction (Hell on Earth Book 3)” by Iain Rob Wright

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A review of “Arcana’s Sayge The End Times” by Andre Alan

Full disclosure - I was provided an advance copy of this book by the author however have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. The battle for the End Times is near Arcana’s Sayge The End Times is the third and final installment in the Heaven’s Trilogy series by Andre Alan. … Continue reading A review of “Arcana’s Sayge The End Times” by Andre Alan

A review of “Messenger” by Lois Lowry

Matty’s story Messenger is the third book in the Giver Quartet series by Lois Lowry. Having previously read “The Giver” and “Gathering Blue”, “Messenger” sees the continuation of Matt (now Matty) approximately six to eight years after “Gathering Blue”. Having returned the blind man, Kira’s father, back to his village, Matt decides to remain with … Continue reading A review of “Messenger” by Lois Lowry

A review of “Maze: A Sci-fi Novella” by Tony Bertauski

Find Yourself Maze, the Sci Fi Novella by Tony Bertauski takes the concept of virtual reality to a deadly level. As the prequel to his full-length novel “The Waking of Grey Grimm” which is included in the upcoming Dominion Rising compilation set, Maze attempts to provide a bit of backstory and set the scene for … Continue reading A review of “Maze: A Sci-fi Novella” by Tony Bertauski

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

The Ripper's story continues “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 see this serial resurrected so to speak for Amazon. Jack, is a … Continue reading A review of “I Was Jack the Ripper (Part Three): A Serialised novel based on the Whitechapel Murders” – by Michael Bray

A review of “Gathering Blue” by Lois Lowry

The Giver Quartet continues with a new cast of characters Gathering Blue, the second in the Giver quartet by Lois Lowry, follows the story of Kira, an orphaned girl. In a world where physical differences are shunned and the bearers cast out, Kira finds herself alone and vulnerable when her mother suddenly dies. As her … Continue reading A review of “Gathering Blue” by Lois Lowry

A Review of “The Clements Kettle (Barnaby Wilcox Wild West Mystery Series Book 1)” by Erik Carter

Full disclosure, I was provided a copy of this book by the author however I have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. Cowboys and Curses  “The Clements Kettle” is the first in the Barnaby Wilcox Wild West Mystery series by Erik Carter. Set in the fictional town of Desecho, Arizona, … Continue reading A Review of “The Clements Kettle (Barnaby Wilcox Wild West Mystery Series Book 1)” by Erik Carter

What to expect when you send me a book review request

Now that I’m averaging a few review requests a week, I wanted to provide a guide to the process I have developed to complete them. If you are an author seeking a review, this page will provide you with a glimpse of the usually unseen end of the reviewer. Typically requests come to me via … Continue reading What to expect when you send me a book review request