Review: Unbroken Fire (Asrian Skies #2) by Anne Wheeler

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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Review: Trial By Song by Alicia Gaile

Welcome to the Indie Book Tour, where I read & review Indie & Self-Published novels in an exploratory and somewhat secretive fashion. Today we are discussing Trial By Song by Alicia Gaile There was time for one last gulp of air before the vines claimed their victim and dark, fetid water closed over his head. Trial By … Continue reading Review: Trial By Song by Alicia Gaile

Review: Malfunction by J.E. Purazzi

Malfunction, by J.E. Purazzi is a bio-punk sci-fi dystopian New Adult adventure for the mind and soul. (try saying that ten times fast!) Don't let my over-categorization turn you off though, if you enjoy character-driven plot, high-stakes intensity and and excellent world-building, you are in for a treat with this one. 

Review: Branwen’s Quest by Katelyn Buxton

The four champions of Aralan are sent on a deadly quest deep into the Northern Mountains to find the long ago stolen crowns of the King & Queen. If all this feels like a cross between Indiana Jones and Lord of the Rings, that's because it is. The mountain is booby-trapped up the wazoo, with taunting notes left hundreds of years ago by a wily, bloodthirsty thief. The young champions face many threats, most from without, some from within.