Book Review: Wrath by John Gwynne & The End of An Epic Series

The end has finally come. The Faithful and The Fallen, the epic quadrilogy is over. In one sense I wish there was more of this, because I loved it so much. At the same time, things that don't end tend to drag on until they fall apart. Gwynne has built an impressive world, packed full... Continue Reading →

A State Of Despair – What Early Readers Are Saying

My second book, the psychological thriller A State Of Despair is coming December 1, and I am super excited! A handful of readers have already had the pleasure of reading it, and I couldn't be more thriller with the feedback I've been getting. Melissa Compton at Norwich Nights Magazine left a brilliant review, stating that... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Senlin Ascends by Josiah Bancroft

This is, by far(!), the most original story I've read in ages. It's amazing - so brilliantly written, so unique - it's The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy meets a steampunk version of The Hobbit. In this first book in the series, we meet Thomas Senlin and his new wife, who are going on their... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Metro 2035 by Dmitry Glukhovsky

Metro 2035 is the third book in the series, following Metro 2033 and 2034, and it's the perfect ending to the trilogy.Metro 2033 is a philosophical journey both physically through the Moscow Metro and mentally through Artyom's mind and his experiences in this desolate future world. Metro 2034 is the polar opposite, an action-filled horror... Continue Reading →

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