Category: historical fiction

The Unwelcome Stranger by Valerie Cullers (Book Review #652)

The unwelcome stranger is a religious fiction novella set in the fourth century about the time which Constantine comes to invade Italy. The historical fiction is about Livia Arvum, who is a grieving widow and meets Lucius, who is hasting to deliver news about… Continue Reading “The Unwelcome Stranger by Valerie Cullers (Book Review #652)”

Delivering Virtue: A Dark Comedy Adventure of the West (The Epic of Didier Rain Book 1) by Brian Kindall (Book Review #631)

Delivering Virtue is a historical fiction about Didier Rain. He is chosen by the Church of the restructured to fulfill a Holy Prophecy; however, Didier is not your average hero. He is given a mission to deliver a blue-eyed child, Virtue to the Prophets… Continue Reading “Delivering Virtue: A Dark Comedy Adventure of the West (The Epic of Didier Rain Book 1) by Brian Kindall (Book Review #631)”

Glory Bishop by Deborah King (Book Review #611)

Glory Bishop is a contemporary fiction about a girl named Glory. She lives with her mom and is in love with JT. Her life is great, but she has a very controlling mother. When JT leaves to join the navy, things become harder for… Continue Reading “Glory Bishop by Deborah King (Book Review #611)”

The Serpent and the Eagle by Edward Rickford (Book Review #565)

The Serpent and the Eagle is book one of Tenochtitlan Trilogy. This historical fiction is set in 1519 where Motecuhzoma leads the Mexica Confederacy. Mesoamerica has been happy for years and the nation prosperous, however, just like every other story, peace is not to… Continue Reading “The Serpent and the Eagle by Edward Rickford (Book Review #565)”

Reasons to Kill God by I. V. Olokita (Book Review #556)

Reasons to kill God is a short story historical fiction book written as a psychological thriller. It is written in the first person narrative and begins with Mateus being on trial at court. He is a Nazi criminal who is caught and forced to… Continue Reading “Reasons to Kill God by I. V. Olokita (Book Review #556)”

Holly’s Hurricane by Marie Carter (Book Review #551)

Holly’s hurricane is a historical fiction set in 2040. A hurricane hits New York badly causing Holly to move to England and live with her ailing parents. While she deals with her new environment, falling in love and dealing with her professional capabilities, she… Continue Reading “Holly’s Hurricane by Marie Carter (Book Review #551)”

Red States by Anthony P. Jones (Book Review #520)

Red States is a thrillingly fictional story about a Triad boss planning to overthrow the US government by sending Chinese people into the US and planting them as powerful candidates into the US government, giving them Control. Once two CIA agents interfere with this… Continue Reading “Red States by Anthony P. Jones (Book Review #520)”

The Palace of the Stars: Book One of the Harker Investigates Mysteries by Karina McRoberts (Book Review #518)

The Palace of the Stars is a historical fiction novel set in the Victorian era. The story is about Michael Harker, an ex-cop with unfinished business. An earthquake transports Mike, one hundred years into the past. He meets Mae, a dancer, and a magician.… Continue Reading “The Palace of the Stars: Book One of the Harker Investigates Mysteries by Karina McRoberts (Book Review #518)”

Feast of Chaos (Four Feasts Till Darkness #3) by Christian A. Brown (Book Review #276)

  Feast of Chaos is the third book its series. This historical fantasy novel now focuses on the Daughter of Fate, Morigan and her companions. They have to travel to Pandemonia in order to end the Black Queens hunger as she preys on weedy… Continue Reading “Feast of Chaos (Four Feasts Till Darkness #3) by Christian A. Brown (Book Review #276)”