Review of Blood Lines by Eileen Wilks

I wish now that I’d read Blood Linesinstead of Bone Magicafter reading Inked.I would have been much happier. In book 3 of the World of the Lupi series, a wave of magic has covered the globe and in it’s aftermath someone has tried to kill the heirs of the Lupi clans. Rule Tanner has survived […]

Review of Seeking Spirits by Jason Hawes, Grant Wilson and Michael Jan Friedman

Fans of Sci-Fi Channel’s Ghost Hunters will be well familiar with the authors of Seeking Spirits,Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson. The two founding members of TAPS (The Atlantic Paranormal Society) share some of their early stories from before they were famous.┬áThe two will tell you about the cases we never heard about, some of which […]

Review of Q & A by Vikas Swarup

If you haven’t heard of Slumdog Millionaire,the movie based on the book Q & A,then you must be living under a rock. I’ve been wanted to read this book since I saw the movie and have finally gotten around to it. Q & A is the story of 18 year old Ram Mohammad Thomas, an […]

Review of Flirt by Laurell K. Hamilton

Laurell Hamilton’s new Anita Blake novella, Flirt,is a return to the more kick-ass Anita we used to know and love. Anita is asked by a rich man to resurrect his dead wife. But he doesn’t just want a zombie for a little while, he wants her back permanently. When Anita refused, he hires were-lions to […]

Review of Black Magic Sanction by Kim Harrison

Here we are with book 8 of the Hollows series, Black Magic Sanction,and I still love Rachel Morgan. She’s still a kick ass, damaged, black magic practicing demon witch with loyal friends and even more enemies. Book 8 finds Rachel on the wrong end of The Coven’s shunning for practicing black magic and dealing with […]