Book Review: Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore

Title: Midnight at the Bright Ideas Book Store Author: Matthew Sullivan Publisher: Scribner Published: June 2017 “When she stepped into the Western History alcove, she could feel her eyes trying...

Book Review: The Bloody Black Flag

Title: The Bloody Black Flag: A Spider John Mystery Author: Steve Goble Publisher: Seventh Street Books Publication Date: September 12th, 2017 “On land, he could always feel the looming noose. The crowds, the...
Mask of Shadows

Book Review: Mask of Shadows by Linsey Miller

Title: Mask of Shadows Author: Linsey Miller Publisher: Sourcebooks Genre: Fantasy Published: August 2017 Publisher’s Summary: When Sal Leon steals a poster announcing open auditions for the Left Hand, a powerful collection of the...

Abandon Me by Melissa Febos | Review

Abandon Me by Melissa Febos Bloomsbury Publishing February 28, 2017 (320 pages) I had been under the impression that good memoirs could only be written by those people who have had lived extraordinary...

Book Review: The Doomster’s Monolithic Pocket Alphabet HC

Title: The Doomster’s Monolithic Pocket Alphabet HC Publisher: Image Words: Theo Prasidis Art: Maarten Donders Publication Date: November 22nd, 2017 Publisher’s Summary: “Bongs, goats, amps, and a lot of naked nuns! In five...

The Tao of the Dude by Oliver Benjamin Review

Within these pages lies the sacred space where Taoism and The Big Lebowski intersect to create something both funny and profound. By not taking life too seriously, wisdom emerges.

Mapping the Interior by Stephen Graham Jones Review

nce again Stephen Graham Jones takes the heart-ache and loss within a broken family, places the telling in the context of the supernatural, and reveals truth.
The Clockwork Dynasty

The Clockwork Dynasty Review

Title: The Clockwork Dynasty Author: Daniel H. Wilson Publisher: Doubleday Genre: Science Fiction Published: August 2017 Publisher’s summary: When a young anthropologist specializing in ancient technology uncovers a terrible secret...

Book Review: Path Into Darkness by Lisa Alber

“As ever, the way news spread through town caught Merrit off guard, as if it traveled through the breezes that brushed over drystone walls and wended their way toward...

A Song for Quiet by Cassandra Khaw Review

Here we have a sax playing Bluesman trapped by forces outside of his control. He is most likely doomed by his destiny to a sad end. The suspense and complexity of his situation is clear and we are able to feel his fear and confusion to a great degree.