Book Review — The Oddling Prince by Nancy Springer

King Bardaric of Calidon is on his death bed, dying from an unknown illness, when a stranger rides into their home and demands to see the king. Prince Aric, although unable to identify this fey stranger, knows that he’ll be of some help. But what the royal family doesn’t know is that Albaric is notContinue reading “Book Review — The Oddling Prince by Nancy Springer”

Book Review — I’ll Be Your Blue Sky by Marisa de los Santos

On the precipice of Clare’s wedding, Edith (a total stranger) helps her realize what a big mistake she is about to make. Gathering all her courage, Clare breaks off her engagement to kind yet temperamental Zach. Weeks of anguish later, she receives a letter that informs her of Edith’s demise and that Edith has bequeathedContinue reading “Book Review — I’ll Be Your Blue Sky by Marisa de los Santos”

Book Review — Until The Last Dog Dies by Robbert Guffey

Robbert Guffey dives right into the field of stand up comedy with his science fiction novel, Until The Last Dog Dies, speculating a future devoid of humour. A virus has infected people’s ability to register or respond to humor, thereby threatening Elliot and his friends’ profession. The premise of this novel is a fantastic one! IContinue reading “Book Review — Until The Last Dog Dies by Robbert Guffey”

Book Review — Written in Blood by Layton Green

Written in Blood by Layton Green follows Detective Preach, as he attempts to wade through the murders cropping up in Creekville, North Carolina. The town, that was his home, beheld a devastating change after his departure. And now that he’s back, carrying his own nightmares of a time in Atlanta, he is forced to wonder whatContinue reading “Book Review — Written in Blood by Layton Green”

Book Review — Compulsion by Martina Boone

Thank you Simon Pulse and Edelweiss for the opportunity to read and review this fantastic book.  Barrie Watson lived an oblivious life with her mother, knowing nothing about her familial background and the reason behind her mother’s gruesome scars. Until after her mother’s death, when she is introduced to a whole island of connections and a lonelyContinue reading “Book Review — Compulsion by Martina Boone”