February 9, 2018

Richard Paolinelli’s “Escaping Infinity” is a damn good read. It has the vibe of a “Twilight Zone Episode” while also reminding me of the film “Dark City”, while building up into something truly sensational. The story works so well because the writing is meticulous as...

January 26, 2018

Wow is the first word that came to mind once I finally got to the last page of this book. Andy Graham has made a startlingly original horror story. I can’t say much without spoiling it, but it’s a spectacle of a read that won’t leave you thinking the infamous “don’t do...

January 12, 2018

I’m a fan of horror, both as film and books. I’m glad to say this story definitely gave me the vibe of a classic. The book has a nice ‘running-against-the-clock’ pace to it that I enjoyed quite a bit. Any scene that involved the titular banshee was just pain awesome an...

December 31, 2017

I just finished “Rogues of Overwatch” and I’ll start by saying I haven’t read a superhero novel before, though I’ve been meaning to. I’d also like to mention the cover, which I think is phenomenal. It definitely sets up the vibe of the book well. The only thing I could...

December 15, 2017

This is the second book in the Sisters of the Storm series, but it is also regarded as a standalone novel. First things first, I LOVE the cover artwork. Fantastically detailed and without resorting to the good-ol model in front of a photoshopped background. I never was...

November 30, 2017

First things first, I will start by saying I have not read the short story prequel to this book. That being said, it isn’t really necessary because enough background is provided to avoid confusion. Moreover, I enjoyed K.T. Munson’s writing style so much that really wan...

November 1, 2017

History is what is recorded and society itself is ever changing. The United States is a shining example of this reality, rapidly evolving every decade due to new ideas taking root in the populace, the advent of technology, and sometimes even war. Change over time is us...

October 1, 2017

Movements can vanish as quickly as they sprout up. Despite their potentially short-life span, movements can leave a lasting impact on the people who witness them and the generations who come after. W.J. Rorabaugh’s Berkeley At War: The 1960s aimed to highlight these mo...

September 1, 2017

The black race has had a tumultuous tenure in the glorious United States of America. They came as slaves and helped build an entire nation, but it took a bloody war to remove their shackles. After the dust settled, these people had to find their place in this unfamilia...

August 1, 2017

The end of an era is always marked by the loss of power. The Indian Rebellion of 1857 was essentially a battle for who would rule in India: The British Empire, or the native people. The British victory would shape the nation for generations afterwards. If the Europeans...

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