Review of The Outlaw Demon Wails by Kim Harrison

The Outlaw Demon Wailsis the sixth book in the Rachel Morgan series and once again we find Rachel jumping from one frying pan to another. One thing’s for sure, her life is never boring. Her pixy partner Jenks is complaining there’s a gargoyle living in their church’s belfry. Elf friend, and former demon familiar, Ceri […]

World War Z by Max Brooks

When I picked up an Advance Reader’s Copy (ARC) of World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie Warby Max Brooks before it was released in 2006, I thought it would be a mildly diverting zombie story to wile away some time. Instead I was totally blown away, and got so engrossed I nearly […]

Review of Dead Time by Stephen White

I’ve been reading Stephen White since his first Alan Gregory book, Privileged Information,came out in 1991. I was hooked from the beginning and eventually got my Mom and Sister hooked too. Sis can’t wait for me to finish his books so I can send them along to her. His style of book is similar to […]

Review of Temples on the Other Side by Sylvia Browne

I don’t read a lot of non-fiction. I like a good story and I like to be entertained and most non-fiction is just too dry for me. But I adore Sylvia Browne and I like what she has to say about the Other Side and what happens after we pass away. Her books brought me […]

Inside Straight, edited by George R. R. Martin

The Wild Cards books are a series of “mosaic” novels collaboratively written by numerous established writers, including Roger Zelazny before his untimely passing in 1995, and edited by George R. R. Martinand Melinda Snodgrass Inside Straight is the 18th volume in this excellent long–running series. I am a big fan of the Wild Cards series […]