Book Review: St. Paul’s Labyrinth by Jeroen Windmeijer

Genre: Fiction, Thriller It starts innocently enough with a staged dig to launch an underground project in Leiden, Netherlands. But the discovery of a naked man covered in blood in a tunnel beneath the city is anything but. Then university professor Peter de Haan, who witnessed the cave-in and discovery of the man, discovers a … Continue reading Book Review: St. Paul’s Labyrinth by Jeroen Windmeijer

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Book Review: Elithius: The Red Captain by Dominic Sceski

Genre: Fantasy, YA This is a review of the newest edition recently released on December 7, 2018. Thank you so much to the author for providing a free copy in exchange for an honest review. After the abrupt disappearance of his parents a few years before, Fear is left in charge of his ungrateful younger … Continue reading Book Review: Elithius: The Red Captain by Dominic Sceski

Book Review: Not A Clue by Chloe Delaume

Genre: Fiction, translated from French Translated from the original French, Not a Clue is a life size game of Clue involving six psychiatric patients. Each character takes on the persona of one of the Clue pieces, is placed in one of the rooms on the board, and has possession of one weapon. Each are accused … Continue reading Book Review: Not A Clue by Chloe Delaume

Book Review: Athena’s Champion by David Hair and Cath Mayo

Genre: Historical Fiction, Fantasy Prince Odysseus of Ithaca travels with his family to Pythos to be anointed as his father's successor. It was supposed to be simple and straightforward. However, the words that leave the Pythia's mouth turn his world upside down, estrange his parents, and result in his expulsion from the family and his … Continue reading Book Review: Athena’s Champion by David Hair and Cath Mayo

Book Review: Ten Thousand Thunders by Brian Trent

Genre: Science Fiction Gethin Bryce was killed in a mysterious space shuttle explosion en route from Mars to the moon. Thanks to scientific advancements in the far future, he is brought back to life and returns to his position as an investigator of anomalies with the InterPlanetary Council. During his investigation, he links up with … Continue reading Book Review: Ten Thousand Thunders by Brian Trent

Book Review: Adventus by Andrew Mowere

Genre: Fantasy, Dark fantasy Three portals have opened across the world of Grimea, three portals from which refugees from three different worlds emerge: elves, orcs, and dwarfs. Ambassadors and leaders from these foreign worlds meet with those of Grimea and they decide to send one representative from each land/world to journey together for a year … Continue reading Book Review: Adventus by Andrew Mowere

Book Review: Nectar and Ambrosia by E. M. Hamill

Genre: Fantasy Callie is on the run, fleeing a terrifying creature and following visions that end up guiding her to an exclusive bar and hotel called Nectar and Ambrosia. Managed by Florian, a man with a mysterious past who gets her heart thumping, it caters to former gods and other mythical beings. Since Callie was … Continue reading Book Review: Nectar and Ambrosia by E. M. Hamill