Review of Gorgon (Advanced Reader Copy) by Greig Beck

Alex Hunter has finally returned for a new Arcadian thriller, Gorgon.Alex has been wandering the United States, not trusting himself around people, fearing the dark presence in his mind will eventually take over. When the HAWCs call him back in offering to help, he reluctantly agrees. He doesn’t want to end up a lab experiment […]

Review of Sea of Shadows by Kelley Armstrong

Kelley Armstrong starts a new fantasy series with Sea of Shadows.Sixteen year old twin sisters Moria and Ashyn are the new Keeper and Seeker of Edgewood, a town that sits on the edge of the Forest of the Dead, where exiles are sent to die. Ashyn’s job is to find the souls of the dead […]

Review of Innocent Blood by James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell

The Order of the Sanguines is back for a second round in Innocent Blood.The story starts with Father Rhun Korza missing and possibly suspected of a rash of killings in Rome. Archaeologist Erin Granger and Army Sergeant Jordan Stone are called in to help search for him, but by the time they arrive in Rome, […]

Review of The Dark Lands by Greig Beck

The Valkryn Chronicles comes to a close with The Dark Lands.Arnold Singer and Wolfen prince Grinsom flee from a fallen Valkryn to the Dark Lands, where Arn hopes to learn what happened in the past and find a way to save the future. Their journey is difficult and they encounter many unfriendly beings along the […]

Review of Return of the Ancients by Greig Beck

It’s taken me awhile to get around to reading Return of the Ancients,the first book in the Valkeryn Chronicles. Since the second book just came out, I figured I should finally read it. Fifteen year-old Arnold Singer is on a school trip to see the firing of a particle accelerator when the class bully puts him in the […]