Spliced review by Jon McGoran
Rebel Seoul review by Axie Oh
Nyxia review The Nyxia Triad #1 by Scott Reintgen
Fever review by Deon Meyer
Zero Repeat Forever review The Nahx Invasions #1 by Gabrielle Prendergast
Do you enjoy reading about vampires?! Well I DO NOT... but this vampire series was creative, twisty and as an added bonus was written in such a way that I suspended my disbelief! How can that be? You'll have to read more to find out...
Royal Replicas Royal Replicas #1 by Michael Pierce plus thoughts on his novella, Reset
Vanguard review Razorland Saga #4 by Ann Aguirre
Review of Static Mayhem Mayhem Wave series, book #2 by Edward Aubry
Check out what I thought of the book... but how did the adaption do? I pegged this book as a great one to adapt as most of the scenes work as they are... is my guess correct?
Review of Survival Kit's Apocalypse by Beverly Williams
Dream Me by Kathryn Berla This is a really unique dystopia, sci-fi, contemporary romance slice of life fusion... it's odd and everyday plus quite compelling... read more to find out why...
by Mallory McCartney
Enter the Giveaway while you are here... "I surrender my days, my efforts, myself to the OneEarth Bank . . ." So recites the kids enslaved for the crime of rebellion against the contract system. Rielle puts herself into the situation again after she learns Nathan, the boy she abandoned has been sold to a logging camp where contracts go to die in droves. Again she sticks her nose in where it isn't wanted an reveals a major secret about the pandemic sweeping the globe... will she be able to get out a second time?
"One world. One currency. One bright future." Rielle is quite bitter due to her parent's rejection of the commerce chip that leads her to becoming a slave. Sold to a wealthy banker for the crimes of her parents she must work off an imaginary debt. When she meets two boys one a slave and the other a chipped master she must decide which side she's going to choose: rebellion or stay a good little girl?
Kate is a killing machine though not as perfect as her creators intended... always switched on she burns everything she touches... clothes, food, furnishings, people. Escaping at the age of seven, Kate manages to pass the time killing for the man who showed her kindness, El Tío. With holographic clothing Kate strides in and takes care of anyone in the way. When she learns there is a way to cure her she heads into the Badlands the only way she can...on her own two feet.
Althea is not like most 12 year olds... her eyes glow in the dark, she can read people's minds and influence them and she can heal the sick in a person whatever it may be. She is the prophet of the badlands and raiders trade, kill and steal her until she finds her way to a small village where she meets Den. He challenges her acceptance of being treated like a commodity... until she finds the courage to use her power to protect those she loves.
Khya is a clan warrior whose home is an isolated desert island. She's closest to her brother, Yorri and is constantly pestered by her rival, Tessen. As a rare fykina who can make wards to protect from magic and physical dangers she is important to her team and her ambition in life is to become a leader of her clan. When her brother's body mysteriously disappears she goes on a quest to learn what really happened even if it means betraying her clan and everything she's ever known.
Ever since the Outs started - global memory-stealing blackouts - Caleb has been plagued by a voice that pushes him to do things... Now his parents have disappeared and his dependable, honor-student ways have been replaced with those of a deadheader junkie! Now he's kidnapped a little girl, Amanda, but isn't sure if he did it to protect himself or her... He turns to the one friend who has stood by him, Kitzi, a girl with aphasia, and a secret of her own - she is free of her brain damage during the Outs. Kitzi and Caleb go on a wild ride with special little Amanda and maneuver through the creepy, damaged world of the Outs.
Prelude to Mayhem review Mayhem Wave series #1 by Edward Aubry