Hey everyone, hope you’re all well and that Friday is treating you awesomely. 🙂
As promised, here’s a quick look at the reviews I’ll be posting over the next couple of weeks – books in genres ranging from Middle Grade to Thrillers to Military SF to Epic Fantasy, as well as a couple of audiobooks.
Coming on Monday, PJ Strebor’s third novel in the Hope Island Chronicles series, starring Nathan Telford: “Silent Running”. Really enjoyed this one, so shift it (and the previous books) onto your radar.
Also coming up, Steven Poore’s excellent ‘Heir to the North’ – we are enjoying a literary age in which independently or self-published work is just as good as traditionally published, and the opening novel in Steven’s “Malessar’s Curse” is a prime example.
“The Rain Never Came” is one of the novels that has stayed with me – it’s cautionary, leans toward the tragic, and is slightly experimental.
“The Killing Lessons” is one of the best, most terrifying and nail-biting (even though I don’t bite my nails) Thrillers I’ve ever read (and listened to). Blew me away.
“Two Spells” by Mark Morrison was a cool read, despite a couple of (in my opinion) missteps, and I did enjoy it. 🙂
“The Red Wolf Conspiracy” was brilliant. I’m kicking myself that it’s taken me so long to read it. Absolutely loved it.
Gail Z Martin is building an excellent series around two brothers and their unusual gifts – I really enjoyed “Scourge”, and “Vengeance” was an excellent sequel.
So, those are the reviews you can expect over the next couple of weeks – I’ll probably not post them in the order I’ve shown them here, and there may be more reviews slipping in. See you back here on Monday. 🙂