It was the space of a breath. It was the duration of eternity. A star broke open, a far planet was born. Elements danced in a patterned round and the cosmos froze for a heartbeat. - The Weight of Stars and Suns One hundred years ago, the spaceship Genesis crashed on a planet ringed with … Continue reading New Release: The Weight of Stars and Suns by Dawn Christine Jonckowski
The only thing he’d forgotten over the past weeks—no, years, was who he really was. “War is chaotic,” he said. “It’s messy. It always has been and always will be, and some of the best people don’t make it through. And split-second decisions are never easy. Gareth Chase might be a model Haederan officer, but … Continue reading Review: Shattered Honor (Shadows of War Book 3) – By Anne Wheeler
Disintegration, by J.E. Purazzi is Book 2 of the Malfunction Trilogy, a high-stakes dystopian sci-fi series. Check it out on Amazon What comes after surrender? When Bas willingly returned to the Compound, Menrva swore his sacrifice wouldn’t be in vain. As Bunker hurtles toward an uncertain future, she determines to do whatever it takes to … Continue reading Indie Book Review: Disintegration by J.E. Purazzi
A missing mother. A magical birthright. Can she uncover the secrets of her family legacy before the bloodline runs dry? Sixteen-year-old Crystal Dylan thought magic only existed in storybooks. But everything changes when she finds out her long-departed mom isn’t dead: she was stolen away by the same power-hungry league now hunting her own enchanted … Continue reading New Release Review: Blood Crescent by S.M. McCoy
Welcome, and prepare to be blown away. Not by me, of course, not this time, but by Unbroken Fire. My rating of this book consists of five full days of heart-eyes. Seriously.
Those of you who already read and remember my review of Asrian Skies know that I very much enjoyed that book. Like, a lot. So when I tell you that Unbroken Fire is better, you will know that means it is not only good, it is fan-freaking-tabulous to the extreme.
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You only think you are.
Whereas Disowned was a sweet-talking mild-mannered introduction to the Allegiance series, Dissemble strides through the door of the tavern, half-doors swinging wide, spurs glistening, and a devilish tilt to its cowboy hat--ready to take on the world.