Fantasy

Mestlven: A Tale from Perilisc by Jesse Teller (Book Review #161)

This review was kindly requested by Rebeka Teller. Behind every evil, there is a story – there is pain. The abused becomes the abuser. The kind spirited becomes the villain. This tale is the latest book written by the author and I must say that he has left the best to last. Mestlven is the city where Meredith (Sob) lives in. Sob was not in love with Malcolm, her husband; she was in fact, in love with his brother that had died. Sob []

Underneath By M. N. Arzu (Book Review #153)

This review was kindly requested by M. N. Arzu From time to time I receive the odd kind of book that I am not sure if I am going to like. This book brought me to shame for judging it. Underneath is book one of A Merfolk Tale. The story is set in Maine where a merman is found injured on the beach. His wounds are so bad that his tail is cut open and it appears that he has been beaten []

Complicated Blue by P J Whittlesea (Book Review #140)

This review was kindly requested by P J Whittlesea Complicated Blue is a fantasy novel based in a world where all witches are not created equal, and the dead roam the streets. It is a witch’s job to help the dead find what their purpose in life was so that they can finally rest and leave the world to the living. Our lead character Anais Blue is a witch who is trapped in the body of a five-year-old girl. As frustrating as []

Legends of Perilisc by Jesse Teller (Book Review #139)

The Legends of Perilisc is a science fiction book with a collection of eight short stories that feature the beginnings of the Second Age of Perilisc. Each of these stories provides the reader with a more in-depth understanding of the history in the realm. The preface provides the kind of dark richness that is to be expected in the coming pages as we enter the realm of legend and myth. One character reappears in most of these stories, Simon the Bard. Simon []

Solaris Seethes by Janet Mcnulty (Book Review #134)

[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of “Solaris Seethes” by Janet Mcnulty] Solaris Seethes is a science fiction story written about a girl named Rynah, whose planet has been destroyed. She manages to escape using her grandfather’s ship named Solaris. In order for Rynah to restore her planet, Solaris informs her about the legend of six crystals and the power of the four heroes. “Six Crystals in evils grasp: One Lone exile with fury’s wrath. Four you need from thirteen: Four heroes []