Publisher: NAL

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: 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
Review: Lover At Last by J.R. Ward

Review: Lover At Last by J.R. Ward

The last two installments in the Black Dagger Brotherhood series fell short for me, mainly because I had no vested interest in each book’s featured paranormal couple. Let’s face it, Payne and Manello were tertiary characters at best and, the chemistry between Tohr and Autumn was barely even lukewarm. Qhuinn and Blay on the other […]

— Posted April 3, 2013 by Carmel / 18 Comments
Josh Reviews: Eventide by Elle Jasper

Josh Reviews: Eventide by Elle Jasper

Eventide is most remarkable in the way it presents itself on the page.    Plenty of spacing between lines.    Healthy doses of italics.    Rather large epigraphs.    It makes for an inviting read of a well-built character.    Riley Poe may not be the most straight-laced of the residents of Savannah but she […]

— Posted March 16, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 1 Comment
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