‘There’s No Such Thing As Never In Forever’ is a paranormal urban fantasy story filled with action and adventure. Mandy, Lizzy, Hugo, and Terma decide on having the perfect Thanksgiving. However, everything falls apart when they all get abducted. Mandy and Lizzy find themselves… Continue Reading “There’s No Such Thing As Never In Forever by Kenneth Nichols Fecteau and Judy Nichols Feateau (Book Review#1348)”
Jexter Bladebrace and the exalted kingdom is an urban fantasy sci-fi story set in 2080 AD. An asteroid has hit the Earth, and human civilization is almost destroyed. The story begins with Jexter Bladebrace waking up on a deserted island that is almost submerging,… Continue Reading “Jexter Bladebrace & The Exalted Kingdom By Jamie Smartkins (Book Review #1234)”
This review has been featured in REVIEW TALES MAGAZINE. Fallen is a fast-paced urban fantasy adventure story. It is the first book in the ‘Smoke and Magic series.’ The story begins with Cassiel, a fallen angel. She is taken to St. Mary’s church to… Continue Reading “Fallen by E. Prybylski (Book Review #1150)”
God of sound is a paranormal urban fantasy written about Cameron Foster, a bullied school kid who has a few friends. His love for music runs through his blood, and he confides in his guitar. He plays well, and once a confident woman comes… Continue Reading “God of Sound by Q M Schaffer (Book Review #1063)￼”
The trial of the beast is an urban fantasy story and follows the story of Rob and Sally. This is the second book of ‘The Deschembine’ series. Five years have passed. Sally and Rob are married and in hiding. Life isn’t easy for them.… Continue Reading “The Trial of the Beast by Matt Spencer (Book Review #1049)”
Lucky be a lady is an urban fantasy story about Mason Hart, who loses everything in just 48 hours until Felicity Fortune shows up, changing things around for him. She offers him hope and lets him know that his luck has changed. Mason must… Continue Reading “Luck be a Lady by Chris H. Stevenson (Book Review #1003)”
Captain Arnold is a collection of stories that embodies elements of paranormal, urban fantasy, and science fiction. The book is geared towards the younger adult group and begins with Captain Arnold.
Remember the good olden days of adolescence? You were alone in your room, headphones on. The Wild Boys blared at tinnitus-inducing volumes. Your mic was a Dr Pepper can (with those few leftover drops that invariably landed in your eye), your audience a mirror… Continue Reading “The Casting Meeting: A Daydream by Sybil Le Pyrmont”