Fantasy

Gamers and Gods: The Complete Trilogy by Matthew Kennedy (Book Review #77)

This review is written for Online book club “I rate this book 3 out of 4 stars.” Gamers and Gods is a trilogy about a population that lives online in a game world. This world consists of realms, avatars, and characters, each taking part in battles and game quests. The book uses intense gamer’s terminology that may not be familiar to all. The Gods wish to take control over PanGames, the human race. PanGames is a company where the leaders of the []

Pearls Of Time: Between Gods and Mortals by Whitney Rines (Book Review #75)

  The land of Liansea is constantly corrupted and ravaged by the Immortals. They kill, commit genocide, poison the minds of mortals and conduct many more horrific crimes until Cabbah arrives. Cabbah eliminates all of the Immortals except five. She appears to have stronger powers and possesses more love for the world and the humans living in it. Instead of killing the five left, she awards them with different punishments. For instance, she awards one with the responsibility of being the Gatekeeper []

The Temptation of Dragons by Chrys Cymri (Book Review #69)

  True to its name, The Temptation of Dragons is a fantasy novel about a priest girl wandering in a world where dragons, vampires, werewolves, and unicorns live. The whole story I believe pans out as a love interest following Raven, the dragon, falling in love with Penny. The world of Lloegyr speaks Welsh, and this is also where all the animals live. Have you ever read about Christian vampire bishops? There are also references to mixed species marrying each other or []