Book Review: The Robots of Gotham by Todd McAulty

A thrilling adventure in a world one step away from total subjugation by machines After long years of war, the United States has sued for peace, yielding to a brutal coalition of nations ruled by fascist machines. One quarter of the country is under foreign occupation. Manhattan has been annexed by a weird robot monarchy, and in Tennessee...

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Alien Bounty Hunter #1 by Adrian Wassel (Graphic Novel Review)

Ben Madsen is a bounty hunter. Yeah…he knows how that sounds. But Ben likes his job—until the bondsman convinces him to take a bounty he doesn’t want, to get the kind of paycheck he needs. When

Legacy in Legend by Barbara Pietron (Book Review & Intl Giveaway)

I received a free copy of this book, thanks to Scribe Publishing Company and Xpresso Book Tours, in exchange for my honest review. This does not affect my opinions on the book. Book Blurb: New from award-winning YA author Barbara Pietron, an ebook bundle of the prequel and first two books in the Legacy in... Continue Reading →

Lady Mechanika: The Tablet of Destinies, Vol. 2 (Graphic Novel Review)

Set in a fictionalized steampunk Victorian England, a time when magic and superstition clashed with new scientific discoveries and inventions, Lady Mechanika chronicles a young woman's obsessive search for her identity after a mad scientist's horrific experiments left her with mechanical limbs and no memory of her past...

The Bearer’s Burden by Chad Queen (Book Review & Intl Giveaway)

The Bearer's Burden, a debut novel by Chad Queen, is an explosive Sci-Fi adventure about one guy's road to avenging his love ones while struggling to rein in...

Sky In The Deep by Adrienne Young (Book Review)

Sky In The Deep is written in the POV of Eelyn, a fierce female warrior you don't want to be on the wrong side of in a battle. For her, family is everything, including her clan, the Askas. Fighting in battle and their enemy, the Rikis, is all she's ever known. No questions asked, that is, until she sees her long dead brother during one of these battles, fighting alongside the enemies. This one chance meeting catalizes events, bringing everyone into the dawn of a new world, however unwillingly they may want it.

Threshold by Patricia J. Anderson (Book Review)

'Threshold' by Patricia J. Anderson is not a book you simply discard after reading. It's a dire warning and a plea to everyone alive.

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