Tag: book review

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…

Evolution by Cody Toye (Book Review #281)

Evolution is a post-apocalyptic, sci-fi, fantasy novel written about a world where humans are hiding to survive from a human-made scientific experiment – gone wrong. It all began when Joan Redman found a pod producing plant that created little frogs by using no water…

My Book Group

  Hello, My Dear Followers, I wanted to let you all know about this wonderful group I have on facebook. I have included a link below. It’s a great way to promote your book if you are an author and allows you to meet…

The Confessions of a Reluctant Blogger –by boringbug

The Confessions of a Reluctant Blogger – by boringbug As I sit in a cafeteria and mesmerize at my newly developed love for French Press, I cannot help but ponder over a youngster’s plea seeking his way towards the world of blogging. A conversation…

Tranquillity by Jon D. Zimmer (Book Review #491)

  Tranquillity is the second book in the death chronicles. Based on the first book Michael was a scientist, returning to earth. Angelica was an attractive hallucinatory, and Dominic was seeking domination of the earth. In the second book, Michael is adapted to Earth…

The Dry by Judith Pratt (Book Review #490)

The dry is a coming of age story set in the fantasy genre. The world set up is completely different in such a way that everyone that crosses this strange desert type of land, loses their mind. This can be avoided if only you…

Moontide by Charlie German (Book Review #489)

  Moontide is a paranormal romance novel written about Jackson, a monster that has been cursed Seventy-five years ago. If he falls in love with anyone else, they too will become like him. Hence, he sacrifices his whole life living alone in order to…

Seoul’s Historic Walks in Sketches by Janghee Lee (Book Review #488)

Seoul’s historic walks is a beautiful book written in order to walk the reader through Seoul’s and its rich history. It is a retrospect of the forgotten city of Hanyang and covers 15 attractions is possesses.

Death And Taxes – Tales Of A Badass IRS Agent by Mark Zaslove (Book Review #487)

Death and taxes is a witty novel about Mark Douglas, an IRS agent who happens to be an accountant. As he is carrying on with his merry way, his friend and boss, Lila, is killed causing him to seek answers and justice for her death.