RECENT REVIEWS & ENDORSEMENTS

  • Thousand Eyes, A
    Junior Burke
    A very good idea and an interesting execution of it.
    ~ Anjili Jani, NetGalley

  • Thousand Eyes, A
    Junior Burke
    There is something bothering the animals and causing them to attack humans. The animals are working together. Wolfpaw, a Native American tribe to talk to the animals, but will they listen? Poison is being spewed by Mentex concrete plant. People are dying from both. In this thriller from Junior Burke, we find a town that is dying from a concrete plant that no one wants to talk about. The guilty won't walk away and the innocent may not get out soon enough. There are plans within plans with almost everyone wanting a piece of the action. Cinda is a cop and animal control in Lyndon. She is watching how odd the animals are acting and trying to find out why. Will Cinda be saved, will anyone? You have to read the book to find out. I liked the way the book came together and will read more by this author. ~ Marie Angel, NetGalley

  • Thousand Eyes, A
    Junior Burke
    This is a well written and plotted novel. The tension in the story began almost immediately and continued throughout the rest of the book. Being an animal lover, I was pulling for them as they tried to sort out their difficulties. This was my first Junior Burke book, and I immediately went to Amazon to check out his other works. I enjoyed this book immensely and read it in one sitting. I recommend this book to those who enjoy mild horror, or just something fun to read wherein the animals get theirs back. Well done, Mr. Burke! ~ Joyce Fox , NetGalley

  • Malaise, The
    David Turton
    One day the world falls apart. That's the set-up for David Turton's thrill-ride post-apocalyptic novel "The Malaise," but also a reoccurring theme behind each event in the story. All the glittering promise of our bleeding-edge present disintegrates in a single day of terror and blood. "The Malaise" pulls the reader in from the first signs of onrushing disaster to the somber but still dangerous aftermath. In terms of genre, Turton flows smoothly through a variety of styles, mixing zombie horror, near-future technological speculation, to a coming-of-age story set in a haunted landscape of Britain shorn of most of its population. While evoking the pleasantly meandering digressions of Earth Abides and the gruesome terror of World War Z, Turton finds his own solemn, ruminative voice for this story. Recommended for fans of near-future dystopia literature and zombie survival novels. ~ Morgan Crooks, author

  • Malaise, The
    David Turton
    David Turton has entered the realm of post-apocalyptic horror in a big way with 'The Malaise.' Technology has been engineered to give us what is believed to be nearly a perfect society. Only, not everyone agrees it is perfect, and mistakes bring it all crashing down around us in a tale that could easily fall into the wide net of near-future horror in works such as Netflix's 'Black Mirror.' A thrilling and gripping mix of science fiction and horror which will have your eyes glued to the page from start to finish! ~ Stuart Conover, HorrorTree.Com

  • Alkoryn Chronicles, The
    C.J. Gleave
    A fantasy epic written to the level of depth and complexity rarely seen outside larger sagas. The characters are very well thought out with just enough development to foster a connection to the reader.

    The world C J Gleave has created is developed to a beautiful level with plenty of description and extra accompanying narration. Nevertheless, the book is highly enjoyable to those who enjoy the depth, and more than a bit of complexity, to their fantasy narratives. ~ Rony, Breakaway Reviewers

  • Malaise, The
    David Turton
    The Malaise is a world I don’t want to enter, but one I think we might be heading to. A techno class that knows how our world should work, and is determined to give us exactly what they think we want. Only, like with all false gods, mistakes are made … and death ensues.

    Turton shows a world destroyed, but encapsulates the human spirit in the tiny group that bands together. He writes vivid horror scenes, and touching moments of humanity at its best. The Malaise will keep you turning page after page, racing to get to the ending, and all the while hoping the technology giants of today don’t throw us into his horror of tomorrow. ~ David Beers, bestselling author

  • Malaise, The
    David Turton
    David Turton has proved again and again that he is not only one of the most riveting new voices working today, but that his work bears a unique quality that is seldom seen. His ability to transform his style of writing, work within varying genres, be it Lovecraftian fiction or literary horror, separates Turton from the pack. ~ C.P. Dunphey, Gehenna and Hinnom Books

  • Malaise, The
    David Turton
    David Turton's The Malaise is a smoothly flowing, well thought out dystopian novel that kept me engaged throughout. ~ Ed Ahern, author of The Witch Made Me Do It

  • Malaise, The
    David Turton
    The Malaise is a cautionary tale with all of the shocking and chilling moments you expect from a proper horror story. Fiction with a futuristic bent, it provides a “what if” that is both fascinating and disturbing. It will have you gripping your chair as you read and provides an ending that leaves you wanting more. ~ Chantal Boudreau, author, the Fervor series

  • Visitor, The
    Christopher Chase Walker
    A tantalizing thriller. A great read for a vacant night. I was intrigued from the first page, and the book didn't let me go until I'd flipped the last page. I looked forward to reading more from this author.
    ~ Kensley Lewis, NetGalley

  • Witch's List, The
    Andrew Cairns
    That old black magic! I was captivated from the beginning. It combines multiple genres very well. A great story. ~ Rachelle, NetGalley

  • Visions Through a Glass, Darkly
    David I. Aboulafia
    “…well-written with impeccable and genuine dialogue, as well as spot-on character development. The author delivers an intriguing, thought provoking, dark thriller that will linger in the reader’s mind for a while. The storyline, filled with twists and quality writing, keeps the reader hooked and turning pages ‘till the end…a must-read story.” (5 stars) ~ Michel Violante, Reader Views

  • Alkoryn Chronicles, The
    C.J. Gleave
    Praise for the first volume of The Alkoryn Chronicles: Part I Scripture from the Past:

    Daimeh finds a body washed ashore and a tablet with strange glyphs. He doesn't know that this discovery will change his life forever. With his aunt Cresadir, he sets off on a journey through lands that the people of Alkoryn thought unreachable, meeting strange creatures on the way.

    C.J. Gleave depicts vividly the way of life on the islands, peaceful, in harmony with nature. It's like watching colours applied on a blank canvas.The way the author describes the personality traits of the characters makes them realistic.

    The second part of the novel is completely different and is also reflected in the description of the people and places.The ending is intriguing and I can't wait to read the sequel of this great debut novel.

    There is a glossary with the correct pronunciation of some words, as well as the description of various elements: animals, food, objects.

    If you like fantasy stories with an interesting twist, this novel is for you. ~ Catherine Ndiaye, Amazon

  • Alkoryn Chronicles, The
    C.J. Gleave
    Daimeh finds a body washed ashore and a tablet with strange glyphs. He doesn't know that this discovery will change his life forever. With his aunt Cresadir, he sets off on a journey through lands that the people of Alkoryn thought unreachable, meeting strange creatures on the way.

    C.J. Gleave depicts vividly the way of life on the islands, peaceful, in harmony with nature. It's like watching colours applied on a blank canvas. The way the author describes the personality traits of the characters makes them realistic.

    The second part of the novel is completely different and is also reflected in the description of the people and places. The ending is intriguing and I can't wait to read the sequel of this great debut novel.

    There is a glossary with the correct pronunciation of some words, as well as the description of various elements -- animals, food, objects.

    If you like fantasy stories with an interesting twist, this novel is for you. ~ Catherine Ndiaye, Amazon

  • Visions Through a Glass, Darkly
    David I. Aboulafia
    “...eloquent...a true psychological thriller." (4 stars) ~ Mimi Jazzman, Amazon

  • Visions Through a Glass, Darkly
    David I. Aboulafia

    "Dark terror....one of the strangest books I've ever read." (4 stars) ~ Francine, Amazon

  • Visions Through a Glass, Darkly
    David I. Aboulafia
    “...psychotic personalities, unpleasant behaviors, and flawed individuals dominate the scenes….mind twisting.” (3 stars) ~ Jill Bemis, Amazon

  • Visions Through a Glass, Darkly
    David I. Aboulafia
    “...twists and turns that you don't see coming...Thrilling from the first page to the last!” (5 stars) ~ Anne, Amazon

  • Visitor, The
    Christopher Chase Walker
    Full of dark and unsettling imagery, it is very beautifully written – the prose is really outstanding, conjuring up some really powerful scenes. ~ Nicole Sweeney, The Bibliophile Chronicles

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