Source: Borrowed

Josh Reviews: Queen of Shadows by Dianne Sylvan

Josh Reviews: Queen of Shadows by Dianne Sylvan

Queen of Shadows floats to the top of reading lists on the strength of its flashy blurb oddities.    Miranda, a supernaturally good musician, may have a hint of a gift for empathy.    Her vampiric match, David, sets himself apart from the usual fanged crowd by monitoring servers and tweaking the specs for future […]

— Posted December 11, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 1 Comment
Josh Reviews: Bitter Night by Diana Pharaoh Francis

Josh Reviews: Bitter Night by Diana Pharaoh Francis

Bitter Night, beyond the tremendous amount of imagination it so effortlessly demonstrates, employs one of the more emotionally stirring narrative trajectories.    Max is on the path to freedom. The true genius in the relating of this narrative is that freedom, to have any meaning at all, must struggle against obligation, and in so doing […]

— Posted December 4, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 4 Comments
Josh Reviews: Hunted by the Others by Jess Haines

Josh Reviews: Hunted by the Others by Jess Haines

Hunted by the Others barrels through a New York City up in arms, spells, fangs, and claws against itself.    Yeah, this is a story with factions.    You’ve got the politically incensed White Hats who don’t like any supernaturals.    They’re most vocal about werewolf and vampire but occasionally they’ll say mean things about […]

— Posted November 30, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 3 Comments
Josh Reviews: Witch Fire by Anya Bast

Josh Reviews: Witch Fire by Anya Bast

Witch Fire sickens me.    I was, as many probably are, intrigued by the cover.    It exhibits strong diagonals, a hint of texture and glow in the curtains, and great play between the lights and darks. Within its covers, however, I should not have been so surprised to find such graphic, explicit romance.   […]

— Posted November 27, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 3 Comments
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