Category: Josh

Josh Reviews: Under Attack by Hannah Jayne

Josh Reviews: Under Attack by Hannah Jayne

Under Attack would be better, in some ways, as a weekly strip in the funny papers alongside Garfield, gorgonzola, and briefcase-toting cavemen.   The red head on the cover shares little to no athletic ability with the donut-craving klutz we are lead to believe must save the universe.   This “joke”, the gun and stungun-toting […]

— Posted May 25, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 0 Comments
Josh Reviews: Visions of Chains by Regan Hastings

Josh Reviews: Visions of Chains by Regan Hastings

Visions of Chains gives us a vision of an America turned in upon itself to exterminate the witches.   The First Amendment is in danger of being overthrown so as to prevent the naysayers and yeahsayers alike from forming opinions about the witch topic. Over top of this political witch hunt, we have Deidre, the […]

— Posted May 18, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 2 Comments
Josh Reviews: Arcane Circle by Linda Robertson

Josh Reviews: Arcane Circle by Linda Robertson

Arcane Circle deserves a couple of candles to be lit and the invocation of a couple Nordic and astronomical powers before I start reviewing.   Here’s a yellow candle dedicated to the perspicacity of Venus.   And here’s a red candle to the steadfastness of Mars.   Why go to such ends before reviewing?   […]

— Posted May 11, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 6 Comments
Josh Reviews: Vengeance Moon by Lee Roland

Josh Reviews: Vengeance Moon by Lee Roland

Vengeance Moon by broad strokes paints characters and a town black, white, then grey.   The grand message seems to be that any happiness to be found will be found in darkness.   Three men killed Madeline’s parents.   Her father was only a restaurant owner while her mother was an Earth witch in possession […]

— Posted May 4, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 2 Comments