Author: Joshua Burns

Review: Deadly Descendant by Jenna Black

Review: Deadly Descendant by Jenna Black

Deadly Descendant proves without the shadow of a doubt that its author is brilliant.    And I am talking shining star tier.    It seems as I always say I will have to forget the last fifty or so pages that manage to miss the boat that the last three hundred were sailing me out […]

— Posted March 26, 2014 by Joshua Burns / 13 Comments
Review: Taken By The Others by Jess Haines

Review: Taken By The Others by Jess Haines

Taken By The Others paces itself extraordinarily well.    Fight scenes, especially the crucial one, develop over the course of several chapters to give the feeling that both sides are taking significant loss and exposing themselves to significant danger.    Also don’t get me started on that ending, which quietly ties up the loose ends […]

— Posted March 19, 2014 by Joshua Burns / 9 Comments
Review: Under A Spell by Hannah Jayne

Review: Under A Spell by Hannah Jayne

Under a Spell clicked with me up to the last forty pages.    So many of the interactions that I would have thought had gotten old between a non-magical breather, her English-accented Guardian, a fashionista vampire, and her two hundred year old vampiric cousin eternally stuck with the looks of a sixteen year old looked […]

— Posted March 5, 2014 by Joshua Burns / 7 Comments
Review: Shattered Circle by Linda Robertson

Review: Shattered Circle by Linda Robertson

Shattered Circle continues in the vein of its preceding book.    No longer is it merely Persephone’s story.    Giovanni, Goliath, Liyliy, Johnny, and Demeter (to name a few) can jump on the bandwagon too. I do not like these stories with such frequent jumps.    The end of every chapter is a cliffhanger so […]

— Posted February 19, 2014 by Joshua Burns / 0 Comments
Review: Everdark by Elle Jasper

Review: Everdark by Elle Jasper

Everdark picks up speed at an amazing rate.    What begins as an extended stay on an island to recover from last book’s happenings snowballs quickly into another vampire scenario fraught with much danger. Riley Poe intensifies the difficulty of comprehending this narrative significantly.    Her lingo, at first fresh and vivifying, gets old faster […]

— Posted February 12, 2014 by Joshua Burns / 3 Comments
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