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reviewed The Vampire Hunter's Daughter The Com.... August 21, 2012
An episodic young adult series, Jennifer Malone Wright's The Vampire Hunter's Daughter combines six novelettes into a satisfying young adult novel with very natural section breaks for the reader. …
reviewed Rae of Hope (The Chronicles of Kerrigan). August 21, 2012
W. J. May's Rae of Hope blends J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter with the Casts' House of Night and television's Heroes and X-Men to imagine a school for the powerful hidden away in the English …
reviewed Haunting Obsession. August 21, 2012
What if ideas and dreams and obsessions had paranormal power? What if the depth of someone’s feeling might determine the strength of a ghost’s ability to interact with the world? And what …
reviewed PERMIT TO SAY I DO NOT BELIEVE IN THE.... August 27, 2012
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reviewed Gaslight Arcanum: Uncanny Tales of Sh.... September 02, 2012
Gaslight Arcanum: Uncanny Tales of Sherlock Holmes
Here is a new collection of fantasy/mystery stories about that most famous of detectives, Sherlock Holmes.      Who was Sherlock Holmes before he became a famous detective? He was …
reviewed Days of Vengeance (A Horror Novel). September 24, 2012
Days of Vengeance (A Horror Novel)
   The confusion of a head injury threads between scenes of cruel murder in this novel. The protagonist wakes in hospital, half-remembering dreams, half-forgetting life, and switching back and …
reviewed The Search for Artemis (The Chronicle.... October 10, 2012
The Search for Artemis (The Chronicles of Landon
Like a cross between Harry Potter, X-Men and Ender’s Game, P.D. Griffith’s The Search for Artemis starts when a boy’s world falls apart and ends in battle, betrayal, and brave determination. …
reviewed Od Magic. October 15, 2012
Od Magic
This fantasy story is about a young man who doesn't know the extent of his magical powers.      Brenden lives in the far north and has an innate connection with plants. He doesn't …
reviewed Memoirs of a Gothic Soul (The 13 Goth.... October 15, 2012
Memoirs of a Gothic Soul (The 13 Gothic Memoirs)
   Dark gothic Nadija’s life’s going nowhere at the beginning of Rebekah Armusik’s Memoirs of a Gothic Soul. Dija's friend’s addicted to drugs. Her ex-boyfriend’s …
reviewed Morning Star (Ethos). October 15, 2012
Morning Star (Ethos)
Clean-living Brianna feels like she’s “having a chemical high” when she sees a mysterious stranger through the window, this after falling downstairs and possibly breaking her neck. But …
reviewed Captives. October 19, 2012
Captives
Part of a trilogy, this historical fantasy is about two druids who must escape slavery, and protect their ancient magic from one who would really abuse it.      As the spiritual representative …
reviewed Sixtus (A Horror Thriller). October 31, 2012
Sixtus (A Horror Thriller)
Zack’s parents don’t approve of his best friend. They’re not too keen on his talking to himself either. But suddenly they’re dead and Zack can’t remember how it happened …
reviewed Audrey's Guide to Witchcraft (YA Para.... December 05, 2012
Audrey's Guide to Witchcraft (YA Paranormal
A young adult novel with sparkling dialog, excellent vocabulary, deep characters, plausible crushes and… well, and a paranormal plotline, Jody Gehrman’s Audrey’s Guide to Witchcraft …
reviewed The Jealousy Glass (Artifacts of Empire). December 05, 2012
The Jealousy Glass (Artifacts of Empire)
Nicely told with viewpoints switching between chapters, Gwen Perkins’ The Jealousy Glass starts with a shipwreck and washes its erstwhile ambassador and spy ashore in a foreign land where war is …
reviewed Forever - and other stories: Stories .... December 05, 2012
Forever - and other stories: Stories about life --
An interesting mix of short stories covering life, death and forever, plus all the ages in between, Christopher Geoffrey McPherson’s collection encompasses both the innocence and eagerness of childhood …
reviewed Equinox (Ethos). December 05, 2012
Equinox (Ethos)
Second in her Ethos series, Desiree Finkbeiner’s Equinox starts up just as Morning Star ends. The story is ramping up by now as Brianna and Kalen (newly raised from seeming death), strive to save …
reviewed Angelkiller. December 05, 2012
Angelkiller
First in the Angelkiller Triad, David Blalock’s Angelkiller stands alone on its own merits and draws readers quickly and enticingly into a near-future world of ecological risk, governmental control, …
reviewed Spook House. December 05, 2012
Spook House
Harmony Indiana is one of those places where the veil between worlds grows thin and mysteries seep in. Or they creep, crawl, drip or claw, depending on just which mysteries you’re thinking about. …
reviewed Dark Eclipse #16 - The Dark Moon Dige.... January 11, 2013
Dark Eclipse #16 - The Dark Moon Digest e-Monthly
If you’re looking for offbeat horror, short fiction, and a glorious mix of darkness and fun, Dark Moon Digest’s Dark Eclipse #16 is probably a good place to start. From Edgar Allan Poe’s …
reviewed Time Sniffers (Shadow World). January 29, 2013
Time Sniffers (Shadow World)
   Blending classics, science and a modern teen voice with the mystery of a poetry-quoting dog and a quest to save the world, C. S. Lakin has created a story that will refuse to let you go, …
reviewed Roots of Insight (Dusk Gate Chronicle.... January 29, 2013
Roots of Insight (Dusk Gate Chronicles -- Book Two)
Second in the Dusk Gate Chronicles, Roots of Insight takes teenager Quinn back through a mysterious gateway from modern life into the world of Eirentheos, where time moves faster but return is always …
reviewed Deception Peak. February 05, 2013
Deception Peak
Dianne Lynn Gardner just might be the next John White, and Ian’s Realm the new Anthropos. With pleasingly consistent writing, enjoyably flawed teen characters, and a world that blends real-world …
reviewed Silvio (The Tale of the Four Wizards). February 05, 2013
Silvio (The Tale of the Four Wizards)
A mother sends her son away, giving him only memories and magic to guide him. “Use the magic sparingly” she says, sparing him the destruction he would surely face from the dreaded Queen Hacatine. …
reviewed Meneka (The Tale of the Four Wizards). February 05, 2013
Meneka (The Tale of the Four Wizards)
Meneka, though part of a series, stands alone as the tale of two wizards adrift in world of water and temptation. One will fall and one rise, but which will be the stronger? Young Meneka, wounded in the …
reviewed The Deliverer (The Marenon Chronicles.... February 11, 2013
The Deliverer (The Marenon Chronicles Book 1 of 3)
The Marenon Chronicles begins with the tale of a young teen learning he has a serious destiny to fulfill. But first he has to survive the transition from fleeing armed enemies in trucks to battling scarily …
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