“Moses never reached the Promised Land. It’s about the struggle and the effort, not the result.” – An excerpt from Three Muses by Martha Anne Toll
Night Zero by Rob Horner #BookReview
Just when they decided to discard these symptoms as the effect of a bug, the affected people started chewing, biting, and eating one another. Surprisingly, the bitten people began exhibiting the same maniacal behavior as the ones biting them.
Curmudgeon Avenue by Samantha Henthorn
Curmudgeon Avenue – The Terraced House Diaries by Samantha Henthorn is a hilarious take on the preposterous lives of Edna and Edith. After an elephant crushed Mr. and Mrs. Payne to death, Edna and Edith moved back to their parents’ house. The lives of these sixty-something years old sisters hadn’t quite turned out as well as they had expected. As a result, re-locating to Number One Curmudgeon Avenue was in the best interest of both of them. With their limited resources, they needed money to fix the roof of the house.
Requiem, Changing Times by RJ Parker #BookReview
Instead of transporting humans into the world of strange creatures, Requiem, Changing Times by R. J. Parker brings them into our world — more precisely, into the world of Clint Holden, his family, his best friend, Corbin, and the whole city. For the seventh-grader Clint, the list of problems consisted of quite a few issues:…
Little Tea by Claire Fullerton #BookReview
Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. Little Tea by Claire Fullerton takes the readers on a journey of betrayal, young romance, friendship, and racism in the ’80s. Ava, Celia, and Renny had been friends since they were thirteen years old. Years after, when Ava struggled with her decision to leave her twenty-three years of marriage,…
Dead Lawyers by Steve McAvoy #BookReview
Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. Dead Lawyers by Steve McAvoy is a murder mystery about a serial killer. He, who is tagged by media as Dick the Butcher, is on a murder spree. Since the only person who might benefit from these murders is Mack Traynor, he is the prime suspect in this case….
The Move by Whitney Dineen #BookReview
Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Tap into the believer inside of you and put the skeptic in you to sleep before grabbing The Move by Whitney Dineen. Years ago, Alexis’ grandmother took her to a psychic, who told her that at the age of 30,…
THE KILLER ANGEL – The Recollections of a Legend by Myles Stafford #BookReview
Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. Years have passed since the apocalypse, and survival has become a daily struggle. A virus took over humans and turned most of them into a zombielike species called runners. As if the fear of runners was any less, not all surviving humans had the best intentions. A good portion…
Amulet’s Rapture by Linnea Tanner #BookReview
Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. Amulet’s Rapture (Curse of Clansmen and Kings Book 3) by Linnea Tanner begins with Catrin losing her family and kingdom. Never in her wildest dreams did Catrin imagined herself being a slave to a Roman. Nevertheless, after Romans won the battle against King Amren (her father) and Marrock (her…
A Violet Fire by Kelsey Quick #BookReview
Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. A Violet Fire marks the beginning of The Chronicles of Avignon Trilogy by Kelsey Quick. And what a gripping beginning it is! The author has imagined a world where vampires rule, and humans have been turned into nothing less than slaves and food for vampires. In this world, vampires…