Review – Drayton (The Taker) – Tony Bertauski

Reviewed by Bryce Grant Drayton (The Taker) by Tony Bertauski is a novella about a pseudo vampire that’s hoping to right some wrongs. I don’t want to say too much as a synopsis because it’s a short read, but I will say that it was a nice, well told story. A bit dark, sure, but... Continue Reading →


Review – The Ninth Circle – Lincoln Cole

Note from Pete: Lincoln Cole has previously been interviewed for Featured Friday! Check out the interview here. After reading Bryce's review, of course. This book was super short. That’s not a complaint, just a fact. I read the whole thing in less than about an hour. (I made popcorn while I was reading, so I’m not... Continue Reading →

Review – Blood Read – Simon Townley

Blood Read (Publish And Be Dead), by Simon Townley, is a book about mysterious deaths being investigated by a journalist. Thomas Capgras, a fresh-out-of-prison investigative journalist, just wants to get his book published and pay his bills (and maybe publish a juicy article in the paper). He soon finds himself in the middle of a... Continue Reading →

Review – Taliesin – Stephen R. Lawhead

Taliesin is the first book in The Pendragon Cycle by Stephen R. Lawhead. The Pendragon Cycle as a whole is an interpretation of the Arthurian myth, drawing on Celtic history with liberal dashings of fantasy thrown in. The author's research and knowledge of the era and the legend are apparent throughout, even the few inconsistencies... Continue Reading →

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