Set on avenging his uncle’s murder by humans or, rather, “Cados,” Crewe Chase’s dream is to go to Barbota Castle and learn how to become a better wizard so he can defend the witches and wizards around him being murdered by those who fear them. When he gets his acceptance letter to this university, however, […]
Sequels can easily be a miss more often than a hit, but Complicated Shadows, the novel succeeding Midnight Lullaby by James D.F. Hannah, does a pretty good job at continuing a fun yet exciting story about Henry Malone, a former state trooper with a gimp leg and a snarky attitude. That and crime still don’t go together, but […]
Sometimes, you get caught up in a book for the voice, and other times it’s for the character or the plot. This one was all about the voice. Midnight Lullaby by James D.F. Hannah is about a bitter, quick-to-speak former state trooper named Henry Malone who tries to stay sober and keep whatever life he […]
One of my favorite novellas takes place on the road to accepting a fate, and this novella, Descriptions of Heaven by Randal Eldon Greene, follows a similar theme with a far different path. If I were to describe this story in one sentence, it would be this: The story is a long poem where prose […]
This book was extensive. Over 700 pages, in fact (according to my Kindle). But, let me tell you… It’s a dang good story! This is told in different POVs, each character having their own thoughts and perspective. This allows for a very good in-depth visual of each character, since each character is a main character. […]
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