book review, fantasy, science fiction

Prophet’s Journey by Matthew S Cox

Today’s review is part of Blackthorn Book Tours tour of the science fiction novel, Prophet’s Journey, by Matthew S Cox. About the Book Althea struggles to adapt to an unexpected twist in her life—not being kidnapped in six whole months.The strange police from the faraway city claim the abilities she thought of as magic are… Continue reading Prophet’s Journey by Matthew S Cox

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The Day of the Martians by H E Wilburson

A new mission from Mars threatens Earth in this exciting sequel to H. G. Wells’ The War of the Worlds. It’s been ten years since the first Martian invasion, when the blood hungry, tripod traveling aliens were defeated by bacteria. The narrator from the original novel is now living in martial bliss with Laura, when… Continue reading The Day of the Martians by H E Wilburson

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Spirit of Sasquatch by Ernest Solar

Spirit of Sasquatch is a must read for fans of cryptids, especially followers of the big man. Brock Blackwell’s mother disappeared when he was a baby, spirited away by a bigfoot, or so his father says. Brock tries to please his angry, abusive dad but never seems to succeed. Things change when, during a routine… Continue reading Spirit of Sasquatch by Ernest Solar

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Animorphs #1: Invasion by K A Applegate

Jonny at Haunts and Jaunts introduced me to the Animorphs series. Aliens and animals - what’s not to like? The first book in a series of 54 - yes, folks, there are 54 Animorphs books, with about 10 more books connected to the series - introduces the five main characters. There’s Jake, the natural leader… Continue reading Animorphs #1: Invasion by K A Applegate

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December Book Reviews

For the month of December I took part in Megan Tennant’s Indiecember Reading Challenge. It was great fun reading so many self published books, and finding new authors. I didn't get to read as many books this month as I wanted to, but it means I have more to look forward to in January. Click… Continue reading December Book Reviews