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Cursed Blood (Wolf Rage #1) by Ashley Marie (Book Review #217)

This review was kindly requested by Ashley Marie. Cursed Blood is a story about three characters, Avery, Dean and, Kayden. The book begins with Avery. She is a 15-year-old girl witnessing her father being murdered. The harsh realities of things kick in causing her to be admitted to a psychiatric institution. Things get worse when she is taken care of by the uncle. Strange things happen to her causing Avery to question things and to think out of the box. Kayden, on []

The Disenchanted Wizard by Mike Crowl (Book Review #168)

This review was requested by Mike Crowl. The third children’s book in the Grimhilderness series is The Disenchanted Wizard. I, unfortunately, have not read the first two books and my review is purely based on the third book alone. I did, however, notice that the author has mentioned that the third book is a stand alone and will then be put together with the first two books after the fourth is written. My recommendation, having read the third book would be to not []

The Case of the Twitter Troll by Tim Price (Book Review #169)

This review was kindly requested by Tim Price. The case of the twitter troll is a fiction thriller written about Kyle and Ally. They are both tired of the old fashioned police rules and problems, so they open up their own agency tracking down cyberspace crimes and related social media felonies. As they both receive their first mission from a celebrity they realize that they have their hands full. The celebrity in question is having a problem with an online bully that []

The Revolutions of Caitlin Kelman by Matthew Luddon (Book Review #166)

This review was kindly requested by Matthew Luddon. The Revolutions of Caitlin Kelman is a young adult & teen novel written about a sixteen-year-old named Caitlin. The story is set in an Empire where the land is categorized and well divided. The main ground is the center and prime of the city called the Dominion City. The Interior is the section after the Dominion city, which is where the second-class citizens live. Anywhere after that is called the borderlands which signify the []

Fix by Michael Golvach (Book Review #160)

This review was kindly requested by Micahel Golvach Fix is a paranormal thriller written about David and his girlfriend Juno. They lead a life that is not exactly what they dreamt of growing up. Stuck in a situation where drugs are involved, David is trying to free himself and his girlfriend by working with the police and hustling his way out of the deep hole he has dug for them. As he is trying to drag his drug dealer boss down, things []

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 []

CIA Assassin And Other Stories by Benson Grayson (Book Review #151)

This review was written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 2 out of 4 stars.” This book was an “OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day.” CIA Assassin and other stories is a fictional book containing a collection of three separate segments. The first tale takes the majority of the space, and the other two are on a smaller scale. In the first story, Ed Kramer is a CIA agent and is on the verge of receiving his pension, however; the agency []

Burner by J. S. Lenore (Book Review #149)

This review was kindly requested by Paranoid Shark Productions. Burner is an urban fantasy novel writing about Kim Phillips, a Chicago detective that has powers to help release ghosts trapped between life and death. Due to the powers mentioned she is called a burner. Priya, a healer that died 50 years ago and was saved by Kim and Riley, the dashingly handsome meticulous homicide detective, all work together to save Chicago from a serial killer that only has his eyes on specific []

“Ghosts of Our Past” by Michael Phillip Cash

I’m sitting here in my den, laptop where it should be (on my lap), and I’m watching my new (old) favorite channel – MTV Live. I grew up on MTV. It was Channel 29 for the first 20 years of my life and it was on 24/7.  Then, for some generation-killing reason, some corporate guy at Viacom decided to stop airing music videos, so they went full on into reality TV. I don’t like anything about reality TV, except a Tony Robbins []