Publisher: Penguin

Review: Iron Kin by M.J. Scott

Review: Iron Kin by M.J. Scott

As must as I enjoyed Iron Kin, I doubt whether I’ll be continuing this series beyond this book because there’s just nothing overly remarkable about it. Shadow Kin, now there’s a kickass story and also one of the only reasons why I made it to the third installment of this series. Even though this novel […]

— Posted June 27, 2013 by Carmel / 2 Comments
Josh Reviews: Darklands by Nancy Holzner

Josh Reviews: Darklands by Nancy Holzner

Darklands plays a dangerous game starting at its midpoint.   Previous indications of Medieval influence crescendo as Victory-Vicky-Vick Vaughn does her bestest to prevent total world meltdown. A lot of fresh air comes in with this addition to the series.   Vic gets a new sidekick, although hardly helpful and, more often than not, a […]

— Posted June 15, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 3 Comments
Review: Darkness Unmasked by Keri Arthur

Review: Darkness Unmasked by Keri Arthur

*** THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS *** Keri Author’s talent as an author is undeniable but after the last two Dark Angels books I’ve kind of felt like she’s been stretching this series’ story arc past its breaking point in order to sell more installments. There’s nothing I hate more than feeling like I’m being taken […]

— Posted June 6, 2013 by Carmel / 2 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