Science Fiction

Capering on Glass Bridges by Jessica Hernandez (Book Review #44)

People are afraid to venture into “The Kingdom of Mar” since it is cursed, but the Utdrendans dared to ask a sixteen-year-old girl called Kaia Stone to go in. The people feel that she is their only hope as they believe she possesses some kind of special powers. Kaia agrees and follows through finding her way into Mar in the attempt to deliver a message to the Marian King that provides a way for the curse to be lifted. The story contains []

Changing Your Path by Bibiana Krall

I have some exciting news for you all! Bibiana Krall has honored us with her beautiful pen in writing, offering us her thoughts and reflections. She is the Author of many books. You can visit her Amazon Page & her Website to check it out! Please show her the love and support you have shown me by commenting, liking, sharing or visiting her sites. Changing Your Path by Bibiana Krall My name is Bibiana Krall; I am a novelist, full-time grad student []

The Buried Symbol (The Runes of Issalia #1) by Jeffrey L. Kohanek (Book Review #86)

This review was kindly requested by the Author, Jeffrey L. Kohanek This book is like a breath of fresh air! Brock is stuck in a world where an individual’s self-worth is categorized and classed based on runes. At the beginning of the story, the author welcomes you to a beautifully described world which Brock lives in. His aunt is on her death bed; they hardly have enough money to even provide medication for her. Brock is tired of being ignored and everyone []

Shatterproof by Rianne Moss (Book Review #89)

Shatterproof is a beautiful book written about addiction and drug abuse. Natalie Meyer is young and suffering from, this dependence. This was not how she started, though. A series of heartfelt occurrences in her life begin to shake this young girls heart and mind causing her to fall in such a path. Natalie has a history of sexual abuse and lacks any love or support from her family. Her father throws her out into the street. This vulnerable girl has nowhere to []

The Band 4 – The Air We Breathe by Marguerite Nardone Gruen- Book Review by da-AL

da-AL has kindly written a review about this wonderful book called “The Band 4 – The Air We Breathe by Author Marguerite Nardone Gruen”.  I am posting this review below. A while ago I also happened to read and write a review for the same book. You can read my thoughts on the same book here. da-AL, is an Emmy award-winning journalist. Read more of her writing and stay tuned for when her adult literary fiction novel, “Flamenco & the Sitting Cat,” []

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 []

Remote Viewer: Shadow Rescue by Rhonda Armbrust (Book Review #76)

Jazz is the heroine of this thrilling story. She has a sensitive background having lost her parents when she was a child. However, this does not affect her emotions and judgment. She is very decisive and firm. Her relationships, on the other hand, struggle. Jazz cannot keep a relationship due to her job and the inability of giving her heart. She is a remote viewer, which makes her a valuable asset. Jazz is kidnapped by the Chinese members of a secret society []

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 []

Rarity from the Hollow by Robert Eggleton (Book Review #50)

  Rarity from the Hollow is a book written about a little girl named Lacy Dawn. She has it really rough. Her father suffers from mental illness and physically abuses her and his wife. He is also a murderer and has killed Lacy’s friend, Faith. Although Lacy is young, she does seem to understand and behave older than her age. Her maturity is admirable.   Lacy wishes to save her parents and herself from this awful situation by “curing” them. She has []