J. C. Cervantes is the talented author who was chosen to write about Mayan gods and the kid who is the child of one of them. It’s Rick Riordan’s “Lightning Thief” taken south to Mexico (and New Mexico). In “The Storm Runner,” Zane Obispo, who limps because one leg is shorter than the other, discovers […]

via Don’t Miss ‘The Storm Runner’ by J. C. Cervantes; the First Book in a New ‘Rick Riordan Presents’ Series — PamelaKramer.com

Title-Chronies of Kali Author-Prithvi Raj Banerjee Publisher- Vishwakarma Publication Genre-Mythology, Fiction Length-236 pages Price-₹300 Blurb- The world has become a playing field of ferocious subterranean Asurs who have hatched a diabolical plot to manipulate and enslave humans. Kali’s teenage life gets swept up in a whirlwind of cosmic adventure. With a quirky ageless comrade, an […]

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Having it all can be taken away from you in the blink of an eye. I remember just like it was yesterday only it wasn’t. Years had gone by after a drunk driver killed my family. The collision was so strong that the drunk had to have his legs amputated. It’s why he got off […]

via The Collision — Gastradamus

Caligula Series Review Caligula has the distinct honour (dishonour) or being the anime I watched this year that I just cannot find any merit in having sat through it. That isn’t to say that there aren’t a few good moments scattered throughout the 12 episodes, but I will admit that I was definitely breathing a […]

via Caligula Series Review: Virtual Reality is Cool – Do You Really Need Plot? — 100WordAnime

The ENTIRE Echo series is on sale! Today is the LAST day that Echo 1 is FREE ! Echo 2, 3, and 4 are $0.99 for three more days: from today to November 21! Stop mocking your friend’s ugly-ass baby by bringing your face an inch away from their wrinkled visage and screaming WAAAHH!! WAAAHHH!!! and go […]

via Today is the LAST day that Echo 1 is FREE! Echo 2, 3, and 4 will be $0.99 for three more days! — Dirty Sci-Fi Buddha

Is it really love to tell someone that if it came down to picking between them and every other life on the planet, you’d pick them? Is that—I don’t know, is that a moral sort of love at all? Summary After the horrible events that took place on the roof of one of the […]

via City of Lost Souls (The Mortal Instruments #5) — LAUREGALIE

My Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Seventeen-year-old Anouk envies the human world, where people known as Pretties lavish themselves in fast cars, high fashion, and have the freedom to fall in love. But Anouk can never have those things, because she is not really human. Enchanted from animal to human girl and forbidden to venture […]

via Book Review: Grim Lovelies by Megan Shepherd — Once Upon a Spine

The Black Witch by Laurie ForestSummary:A new Black Witch will rise…her powers vast beyond imagining.Elloren Gardner is the granddaughter of the last prophesied Black Witch, Carnissa Gardner, who drove back the enemy forces and saved the Gardnerian people during the Realm War. But while she is the absolute spitting image of her famous grandmother, Elloren […]

via The Black Witch by Laurie Forest – Review — Devouring Books

Welcome to the first of the Christmas book promotions for the week and we still have about 130 authors to feature before the big day. We have a great many fantasy writers in the cafe and they all have amazing reviews…here are just a few today.. The first is Tina Frisco whose book Vampryrie has […]

via Sally Cafe and Bookstore – Buy a Book for Christmas – #Fantasy #Science Fiction – Tina Frisco, D.Wallace Peach, Lorinda J. Taylor and Teri Polen — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

I received a review copy from the publisher. This does not affect the contents of my review and all opinions are my own. Dragonshadow by Elle Katharine White Mogsy’s Rating (Overall): 4 of 5 stars Genre: Fantasy Series: Book 2 of Heartstone Publisher: Paperback: Harper Voyager | Audiobook: HarperAudio (November 20, 2018) Length: Paperback: 352 pages | Audiobook: 11 hrs and 4 […]

via Review: Dragonshadow by Elle Katharine White — The BiblioSanctum

Joona Linna Book 3 DI Joona Linna, is sidelined for the moment. On leave while awaiting the outcome of an internal affairs investigation for some thing he did or didn’t do. So he is free to be sent to observe only in the investigation of a hideous double murder at a youth home for troubled […]

via The Fire Witness by Lars Kepler — Books, Books and More Books!

Cherry Tree Haunted are These Houses explores the gothic sub-genre through poetry and fiction: from castle and lighthouses to suburbia to laundromats. It features 22 poems and 12 short stories sure to rattle bones and send shadows dancing about the walls, including Cherry Tree; a new poem by J H Martin. You can purchase your […]

via Haunted are these Houses – Cherry Tree — A Coat for a Monkey

“FELLOW PIZZA-EATERS!” I ride my robo-raptor mount across the dusty, rad-infected plains, casting a fierce gaze through the ranks of my barbarian brothers. “TODAY IS A DAY OF RECKONING!” I raise my tri-bladed sword above my head, reflecting a series of glints off its unforgiving edges. “A RED DAY! A DAY OF BLOOD—OF SCREAMS AND […]

via Echo: A Dystopian Science Fiction Novel — Dirty Sci-Fi Buddha

I loved carnivals growing up. Still do. Who doesn’t? But imagine a carnival in OUTER SPACE?!! With an odd motley performing crew made up of beings from far flung planets?!!! Excuse me, where can I buy the tickets? This seemingly inconceivable carnival exists, in Jack Jetstark’s space ship named Rubeno Mardo that travels across the universe putting up shows […]

via ARC Review: Jack Jetstark’s Intergalactic Freakshow by Jennifer Lee Rossman — Trails of tales

Title: Discount Armageddon Author: Seanan McGuire ISBN: 0756407133 (ISBN13: 9780756407131) Genre: Urban Fantasy, Romance Recommended Age: Adult Series: Yes; InCryptid (#1) Publisher: DAW Publication Date: March 6th 2012 (352 pages) ★★★★★

via Book Review: Discount Armageddon by Seanan McGuire — Books In Her Eyes

‘Sometimes you have to be a high-riding bitch to survive. Sometimes being a bitch is all a woman has to hang onto.’ I’ve spent two days feeling as though I’ve been living on Little Island, eager to get to the end of Dolores Claiborne’s confession. There are no chapter breaks or pauses – King constantly […]

via Book review: Dolores Claiborne by Stephen King — Morgan Le Faye