Fantasy

Wick by Matt Doyle (Book Review #240)

This review was kindly requested by Matt Doyle. Wick is the first book of the Spark Form chronicles. The story is set in 2916 and it is about six characters attending a Magic card playing competition. The story is told with the first-person narrator alternating between the characters as each chapter moves forward. John, Fahrn, Maria, Meera, Lana, Connor are just a few of the interesting characters you get to meet. The story introduces you to a whole new dimension of artificial []

Airwoman by Zara Quentin (Book Review #239)

This review was kindly requested by Zara Quentin. Airwoman is the first young adult fantasy novel of its series and focuses on a girl named Jade. She loses her father in a brutal way and that is when she joins the Traveller Force in order to visit the dragonverse world. Once she’s there, her mission becomes finding the truth about her father’s killer and that is when her destiny is determined.Jade is head strong and very determined. Jades relationship with her uncle []

The Lot of a Nobody by Dave Johnston (Book Review #238)

This review was kindly requested by Dave Johnston. The Lot of Nobody is a young adult novel about a boy named, Lot and his friend, Ethan. Things don’t really go easy on this poor chap. Life is great with grandad and Etta, the bulldog but, at school things are different. Lot, is invincible. He is odd and does not get noticed as if he is part of the furniture. Subsequently, as he befriends Ethan, he is noticed and is then bullied by []

Sentinel by L. D. Nash (Book Review #237)

This review was requested by L. D. Nash. Sentinel is a paranormal fantasy novel written about a top assassin named, Luna Ashwind. A secret society of demon hunters finds her injured and unconscious. They save her life and with that, she begins working for them. Luna cannot remember her past or the person who she was before she was awakened again. Her memories are taken away from her. Luna is unaware of her destiny and what she is meant to accomplish. She []

The Limpet Syndrome by Tony Moyle (Book Review 231)

This review was kindly requested by Tony Moyle. The Limpet Syndrome is a science fiction novel about John Hewsen. John is pronounced dead, however; his soul is somehow still alive. He is in limbo and is in a form of a ball of electricity that still has sensory perception and can experience, emotions, characteristics and possess memories. This condition is called the Limpet syndrome. John is sent on a mission to locate Sandy Logan, the minister of homeland security for the British []

Somewhere Beneath: A War of Rain Novel by H. W. Vivian (Book Review #226)

This review was kindly requested by H. W. Vivian   Somewhere Beneath is a beautiful young adult book written about a 17-year-old boy, Alan, with the powers to create anything from his imagination. As he suddenly wakes up and finds himself in an underwater metropolis all alone; he does not recall why he is there, or where everyone else has disappeared to. Instead of pursuing his current situation, he decides to ascend to the surface to see the blue sky, only to be []