Category: Reviews

GHOST PLANET by Sharon Lynn Fisher – Review

GHOST PLANET by Sharon Lynn Fisher – Review
Posted October 25, 2012 by Tammy in Reviews / 1 Comment

Ghost Planet by Sharon Lynn Fisher. Genre: Adult Science Fiction Romance Publisher: Tor Science Fiction Release date: October 30 2012 Pages: 352 Ghost Planet starts off with a fascinating concept: every person who lives on the planet of Ardagh 1 has an alien attached to them, and the alien is identical to someone in their […]

STORMDANCER by Jay Kristoff – Review

STORMDANCER by Jay Kristoff – Review
Posted October 21, 2012 by Tammy in Reviews / 0 Comments

Get ready to be surprised. This book may not be what you are expecting. It wasn’t at all what I thought it was going to be, and yes, I was pleasantly surprised. First of all, it’s not a young adult book. I’ve seen it all over the blogosphere on YA blogs, but the truth is […]

VIOLET MIDNIGHT by Lynn Rush – Review

VIOLET MIDNIGHT by Lynn Rush – Review
Posted October 11, 2012 by Tammy in Reviews / 0 Comments

It’s not hard to imagine Buffy the Vampire Slayer while reading this inventive vampire tale. The girl on the cover even sort of looks like Buffy. But Emma, the vampire slayer in Violet Midnight, has skills that would put Buffy to shame. Known as a Hunter, Emma has been hunting and killing “Vamps” (as she […]

EDGE OF OBLIVION by J. T. Geissinger – Review

EDGE OF OBLIVION by J. T. Geissinger – Review
Posted October 2, 2012 by Tammy in Reviews / 0 Comments

Sometimes an author is lucky (or maybe I should say talented) and all the stars align perfectly so that the end result of all their hard work, a finished and published book, is exquisite. Edge of Oblivion is a sublime example of a paranormal romance, and I was both dreading and anticipating getting to the […]

BOYFRIEND FROM HELL by Jamie Quaid – Review

BOYFRIEND FROM HELL  by Jamie Quaid – Review
Posted October 1, 2012 by Tammy in Reviews / 1 Comment

The best part about this engaging and energetic urban fantasy is the first person voice of the main character, a girl who discovers she has the ability to dispense justice in some very interesting ways. This is the third book in a row that I’ve read by an established author who decided to use a […]

BREED by Chase Novak – Review

BREED by Chase Novak – Review
Posted September 23, 2012 by Tammy in Reviews / 1 Comment

“A silence settles over the house; the ticking of the grandfather clock is as loud as nails being pounded into the lid of a coffin.” Breed has been compared to Rosemary’s Baby, but I didn’t get that connection at all.  If anything, it’s the opposite: innocent children are born to monstrous parents. It’s no secret […]

INCARNATION by Emma Cornwall – Review

INCARNATION by Emma Cornwall – Review
Posted September 20, 2012 by Tammy in Reviews / 2 Comments

The concept of Incarnation is brilliant: what if Bram Stoker had written Dracula in order to cover up the fact that vampires actually exist, and the book was created for the sole purpose of throwing off the scrutiny of the public? And what if Lucy Westenra is a real vampire who finds out about the […]

SOMETHING RED by Douglas Nicholas – Review

SOMETHING RED by Douglas Nicholas – Review
Posted September 17, 2012 by Tammy in Reviews / 7 Comments

“The snow diminished, but in its stead came a malicious little wind that drew claws across the back of his neck.” Often when I start reading a book, I have a pretty good idea of what to expect. But once in a while, I am surprised, and Something Red was one of the biggest and […]

PALE HORSE by Brett Battles – Review

PALE HORSE by Brett Battles – Review
Posted September 9, 2012 by Tammy in Reviews / 0 Comments

Pale Horse is the third book in the Project Eden series, an exciting, edge-of-your-seat kind of story about biological warfare and what could happen if one powerful group of people decided to annihilate 99% of humanity by releasing a deadly flu virus into the population. When I started reading this installment, I figured it was […]

CURBCHEK RELOAD by Zach Fortier – Review

CURBCHEK RELOAD by Zach Fortier – Review
Posted September 2, 2012 by Tammy in Reviews / 0 Comments

This is the third book I’ve read by Zach Fortier, and I have to say it’s probably going to be the last. Fortier’s books are “fictionalized” incidents from his past life as a police officer. CurbChek Reload is described by the author as “CurbChek’s darker, meaner cousin” and he’s not wrong. This book was mean, […]