Flash Review, Issue #002

Here are a few short reviews of the books I’ve been reading recently. (You might notice a lot of speculative fiction in here!) Honor’s Knight by Rachel Bach This book definitely doesn’t suffer Second Book Syndrome. The continued adventures of Devi Morris takes readers from Fortune’s Fool to the wider universe as she tries toContinue reading “Flash Review, Issue #002”

Flash Review, Issue #001

Though I do enjoy writing nice, long book reviews, my normal modus operandi when finishing up a title on Goodreads is to write a few quick paragraphs instead. Here are some flash reviews based on what I’ve been reading lately. (For more, you can always follow me on Goodreads!) This was inspired by my friendContinue reading “Flash Review, Issue #001”

Review: The She-Hulk Diaries by Marta Acosta

Chick lit isn’t usually my thing.  I don’t know, something about relatively affluent twenty-somethings or thirty-somethings whose biggest problems are their sex lives just doesn’t cut it for me. But chick-lit with hulk-smashing?  I can give that a try. The She-Hulk Diaries is a chick-lit style novel adaptation of the Marvel universe focusing on theContinue reading “Review: The She-Hulk Diaries by Marta Acosta”

REVIEW: The Daedalus Incident by Michael J. Martinez

Mars is supposed to be dead. But in this action-adventure science fantasy by Michael J. Martinez, it most certainly isn’t, and Lt. Shaila Jain (part of the Mars mining base in 2132) soon finds herself in a bit of hot water as quakes rattle the planet, carving unnatural structures on the surface of Mars. Meanwhile,Continue reading “REVIEW: The Daedalus Incident by Michael J. Martinez”

Review: Beneath the Abbey Wall by A. D. Scott

When newspaper editor McAllister answered the door in the middle of the night, he had no idea what lay ahead of him. The news – that the business manager of the Highland Gazette had died – was only the beginning of a harrowing journey to answer two questions: who murdered Mrs. Smart – and whoContinue reading “Review: Beneath the Abbey Wall by A. D. Scott”