Review of Fragment by Warren Fahy

In this first novel, Fragment,Warren Fahy brings us a really big “What if?”. What if there was an island in the South Pacific where life had been left to develop on it’s own, outside the influence of human contact? What would the wildlife on this island look like? Would it resemble anything we knew in […]

Review of Kitty’s House of Horrors by Carrie Vaughn

I am so happy that Kitty Norville is back in Kitty’s House of Horrors (book 7 in the series)! You never realize how much you miss a certain character until you meet up with them again and that’s the case with Kitty Norville. Kitty has been asked to do a reality show centered on supernaturals. […]

Review of Pirate Latitudes by Michael Crichton

In Michael Crichton’s posthumously published book, Pirate Latitudes,we find a swashbuckling adventure and interesting story of 17th century Jamaica. It tells the story of Privateer Charles Hunter who, with the aid of the Governor of Jamaica, has avoided being charged as a pirate while bringing in treasure for the British crown. While the difference between […]

Review of Divine Misdemeanors by Laurell K. Hamilton

So, here we are with book 8 in the Merry Gentry series, Divine Misdemeanors.Having refused the crown of Faerie for love, Merry and her group of exiles have returned to Los Angeles, where she’s resumed her PI work. Merry is called in by the police when a group of demi-fey are murdered and posed to […]

Review of Accepting the Psychic Torch by Sylvia Browne

Sylvia Browne’s new book, Accepting the Psychic Torch,actually contains three books. Adventures of a Psychic, If You Could See What I See and Accepting the Psychic Torch. I’ve already read the first two books, so I’ll just concentrate on the newest one. Psychic Torch is the story of Sylvia’s grandmother Ada Coil and contains letters […]