Dangerous to Know by K. T. Davies

5/5 Stars – A Half-breed, a curse, a prophecy and much skullduggery I saw this book a while back and even read the Look Inside since the premise intrigued me. It made me smile but I had read plenty of first-person narratives with wise-cracking anti-heroes in them and frankly, I had been there and gotContinue reading “Dangerous to Know by K. T. Davies”

The Curse of the Mistwraith (Wars of Light and Shadow, #1) by Janny Wurts

This is a guest review by the wonderful P.L. Stuart a fellow author from Toronto Canada who specialises in Medieval Literature. You can find him on Amazon and Goodreads and is well worth a follow if you are a book lover. I’d like to thank PL for allowing me to share his review. “The WarsContinue reading “The Curse of the Mistwraith (Wars of Light and Shadow, #1) by Janny Wurts”

Ten Sigma: A Military Science Fiction Adventure by A. W. Wang

4/5 (Adult only) An explosive, gritty military Sci-Fi Ten Sigma is set in the near future and told from the point of view of Mary, a somewhat reserved and reticent individual who hides within herself a steely resolve and mental toughness. And she needs every ounce of it for Mary is dying from one ofContinue reading “Ten Sigma: A Military Science Fiction Adventure by A. W. Wang”

Path of Ruin: An Epic Fantasy Adventure by Tim Paulson

3.5 Stars – An Interesting Fantasy World I should have liked this story a lot more than I did. It had an intriguing magic source called veil, a nice blend of magic and technology and an interesting world inhabited by humans, lion children, trolls, weaselmen, ghouls, horrors and with massive stone goliaths brought to lifeContinue reading “Path of Ruin: An Epic Fantasy Adventure by Tim Paulson”

Myths, Legends, & Dreams A Worldsmyths Anthology

3/5 Star Some great new authors to discover I will start right off and say that I am not a massive fan of anthologies. It’s a taste thing or maybe I have been living in Yorkshire too long! If I go for a five-course meal (which I never do by the way – but if!)Continue reading “Myths, Legends, & Dreams A Worldsmyths Anthology”

Witchmarked (World’s First Wizard #1) by Aaron D. Schneider and Michael Anderle

4/5 Stars – An alternate history, beautifully dark fantasy I downloaded this book a while ago on a promotional deal. It is not something that would normally grab my eye but the cover was superb and whilst the ‘World’s First Wizard’ sounded a bit cliched as a series title and felt like a YA fantasyContinue reading “Witchmarked (World’s First Wizard #1) by Aaron D. Schneider and Michael Anderle”

Bloodless Assassin (The Viper and the Urchin #1) by Celine Jeanjean

4.5/5 Stars Great fun, great characters tied in a steampunk bow The last few steampunk novels I have read left me a little underwhelmed so I picked this up with new hope in my heart but also a little trepidation that it might fall the same way. Well, I needn’t have worried, Celine Jeanjean (greatContinue reading “Bloodless Assassin (The Viper and the Urchin #1) by Celine Jeanjean”

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep by Philip K Dick

4/5 Stars. A hauntingly eloquent, saturnine future world story Determined to work my way through some literary classics I have missed, I picked up this Philip K Dick novel. It is the book that inspired Bladerunner, one of my favourite all-time movies. It was safe to say I was a little nervous at the comparisonContinue reading “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep by Philip K Dick”