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Review: Spider-Touched by Jory Strong

Review: Spider-Touched by Jory Strong

Spider-Touched weaves boldly through the grotesque and complicated future to, in its final fifty pages come together in some type of harmony, some type of completion. This completion is not entirely unsatisfying. Everything that we have learned, heavy-handed as it might be, is delivered to us and those things that we could not see are […]

— Posted December 29, 2012 by Joshua Burns / 4 Comments
Review: Tainted Blood, Tainted Night by E.S. Moore

Review: Tainted Blood, Tainted Night by E.S. Moore

Tainted Blood, Tainted Night gets right to the gore. Our protagonist, Kat Redding, could not have a more indicative name, for it seems the one thing this book accomplishes best is redden her and the surroundings. This is not to say that the character development is not present. Tainted Blood, Tainted Night‘s character development boils […]

— Posted December 22, 2012 by Joshua Burns / 1 Comment
Review: Nightshade by Michelle Rowen

Review: Nightshade by Michelle Rowen

Nightshade injects its heroine into a plot as airtight as a syringe. The plot stays so airless because half the time, more like nearly all the time, our heroine has little clue as to who has her best interest in mind. There is Declan, her half-vampire, half-human savant who loses much of his saving force […]

— Posted December 15, 2012 by Joshua Burns / 2 Comments
Review: Bloodstone by Nancy Holzner

Review: Bloodstone by Nancy Holzner

The primary plot of this book is brimming with mythological and monstrous (paranormal to be politically correct like some characters in the book) beings.   But based on the cover and the blurb you will probably have already heard about these genre staples.   Where this book shines and where its cover and market may […]

— Posted December 1, 2012 by Joshua Burns / 2 Comments
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