Review of Fathomless by Greig Beck

The world has a new monster to fear when an underground sea is discovered in Alaska by evolutionary biologist Cate Granger in Fathomless.With help from a rich donor, fellow scientists and her ex-boyfriend Jack Monroe, a shark biologist. What they find below the ground is terrifying and prehistoric. When they think they’ve finally left the […]

Review of The World Beneath by Rebecca Cantrell

Meet Joe Tesla. A software millionaire who now lives in a Victorian house build beneath Grand Central Station in NYC with his service dog Edison because he suffers from a recent case of agoraphobia in The World Beneath.When Joe and Edison stumble upon a man breaking down a wall that hides a 1940s Presidential train car, […]

Review of Urban Allies edited by Joseph Nassise

There’s nothing like getting to visit with some favorite characters outside of their series and we get just that in Urban Allies. Let’s talk about my favorite stories. Tailed by Seanan McGuire and Kelley Armstrong – What happens when Verity Price and Elena Michaels happen to be in the same place at the same time? […]

Review of Paper and Fire by Rachel Caine

As a new member of the Great Library Guarda, Jess Brightwell is already well versed in the dangers that come with working for the Library in the second book, Paper and Fire.His best friend was killed for inventing a machine that could print books and his girlfriend was sent to the Iron Tower, a place […]

Review of Beyond the Ice Limit by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

Gideon Crew returns for a new adventure, this time accompanied by a newly healthy Eli Glinn, in Beyond the Ice Limit.The two travel back to the site of Glinn’s biggest failure, where a meteorite sank to the bottom of the ocean and became an alien presence waiting for its opportunity to flourish. Will their efforts be […]