Category Archives: Reviews

Wolves: I Bring the Fire, Part 1 by C. Gockel

I picked up the Urban Mythic Box Set a while ago because I enjoy the myths it springs from, but like most books, it ended up buried on my Kindle until this week. I happened upon it when needing a … Continue reading

Posted in Book Reviews, Reviews | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Quiet Resistance by David Bridger

I’m a fan of David Bridger’s storytelling, and he hasn’t let me down yet. Still, I approached this novella a little tentatively after I read something he said about it being a response to the current political situation. I trust … Continue reading

Posted in Novella Reviews, Reviews | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Immortal Hunter by Kait Ballenger

Note: I lost track of some NetGalley ARCs when my first Kindle died and have been catching up with them ever since I discovered I had them after all. Immortal Hunter is one of those, so these comments are on … Continue reading

Posted in Book Reviews, Reviews | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

The October Man by Ben Aaronovitch

I have fallen behind on the series, but this novella reminded me why I became a fan of Aaronovitch after reading the first book in this series. The October Man is a police procedural written in a matter-of-fact, dry style … Continue reading

Posted in Novella Reviews, Reviews | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

End Transmission by Robyn Bachar

End Transmission is the conclusion of the Galactic Cold War series, a science fiction romance that blends galaxy-wide conspiracies with strong, complicated characters. This book revolves around the doctor and engineer whose antagonistic relationship has been a source of frustration … Continue reading

Posted in Book Reviews, Reviews | Tagged , , | Leave a comment