Review of The Lost Island by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

A dying Gideon Crew is taking on another venture for Eli Glinn in The Lost Island.His first order of business is to steal a page from the priceless Book of Kells, which Glinn and his team promptly desecrate to reveal a hidden Greek map. Now, Gideon and his new partner Amy set out to find […]

Review of Crimson by Warren Fahy

In the vein of a classic sword and sorcery high seas adventure, Crimsonbrings us the story of Prince Trevin, traveling home upon the death of his father to take his place as ruler and protector of Halla, the mortal world. He immediately meets the woman who will be his Queen, Neuvia who works in his […]

Review of The Kill Switch by James Rollins and Grant Blackwood

There’s nothing better than an action/adventure story with a dog in it. Former Army Ranger┬áTucker Wayne and his military dog Kane are called in by Sigma to help a Russian scientist get out the country in The Kill Switch.Abram Bukolov has a line on a potential bioweapon that he doesn’t want to fall into the […]

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 […]