Review: Suffer the Children by Craig Dilouie

It’s not often that a book actually haunts me. I have been engaged with books so much that I haven’t put them down, cover to cover. I’ve recoiled from text, winced in sympathetic pain with the character(s), and wept in sadness at a favoured characters’ demise. What I rarely experience from a novel, is the […]

Book Review – 4* – Stone Soldiers #6 Armadeggon Z by CE Martin

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. This was actually the first in the Stone Soldiers series that I’ve read, however, after this, I will be seeking out the rest of them! This was a […]

Review of Time of Death: Induction by Shana Festa

I tried desperately to find a flaw in this book. Really, I did. Not so I could be nit-picky in my review, but so I could turn around and give a reason, any reason, for me to not say “I wish I’d written it”. don’t waste time – pick up your copy now This is […]

Review: Guilty Pleasures by Laurel K Hamilton – 3*

I originally posted this review of Guilty Pleasures on Amazon UK, where you can also buy the book. I primarily read fantasy and post-apocalyptic fiction, and was recommended the Anita Blake novels by a friend who latched on to the animator aspect of Anita, the protagonist of Hamilton’s series. I must admit having read the […]

Review: Tankbread by Paul Mannering – 5*

Tankbread is published by Permuted Press. You can purchase it from your regional Amazon site. It is available at other major retailers. This is a review I posted on Amazon UK.   Think Mad Max meets Resident Evil meets a little bit of Die Hard. That’s what I got from Tankbread; and quite a bit […]