Review of Song of Kali by Dan Simmons

Dan Simmons can be kind of hit or miss for me. I either really love one of his books, or I don’t. Song of Kaliis a miss for me. Writer Robert Luczak has been asked to go to Calcutta, India by Harper’s Bazaar magazine. They want him to pick up a new manuscript from Indian […]

Review of Truthseeker by C.E. Murphy

C.E. Murphy has a new series and Truthseekeris the great first installment of it. Boston tailor Lara Jansen has a unique ability. She can tell when people aren’t telling the truth. While this doesn’t make her very popular with her friends, they’ve come to accept that they can’t lie to her. When she meets TV […]

Review of Shimmer by John Passarella

It’s been some time since I’ve read anything by John Passarella, and being a big fan of his Wendy Ward series, I looked forward to Shimmerwhen I saw it on While I did enjoy the book, I was a little disappointed, but I’ll get to that. Shimmer is the story of the Walker family, […]

Review of Hard Magic by Laura Anne Gilman

Laura Anne Gilman is back with a new series, Paranormal Scene Investigations, starting with Hard Magic.The series features Bonnie Torres, who we first met in The Retrievers series as a member of PUPI (Private, Unaffiliated, Paranormal Investigations). The book opens with Bonnie fresh out of college and looking for a job. When she gets a […]

Review of Total Eclipse by Rachel Caine

In the ninth and last Weather Warden book, Total Eclipse,we’re finally faced with the potential destruction of the known world by Mother Earth, who’s now fully awake and totally pissed off by the mess humans have created. Take the remaining djinn back under her control, she will wreck total chaos upon the world and do […]