My review of Outpost

Review:

Outpost (The Fylking) (Volume 1) - F.T. McKinstry

Outpost by F.T. McKinstry is a fantasy novel about immortal warlords called the Fylking, and a warlock using Fylking magic to create an army to destroy the world. This is your typical good against evil fantasy. but the world building and character development is anything but typical. F.T. McKinstry’s writing style is superb. For a self published novel, this is an excellent fantasy story. I won the Outpost in a blog giveaway, and all opinions are my own.

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My Review of The Sabbath

Review:

The Sabbath - Arthur Nsenga, S.K Francis

The Sabbath by Arthur Nsenga is a dystopian novel centered around Cory and Lana who wake up from a night of partying to meteorites that release a chemical called ATHENS which causes people to become immortal. The premise is intriguing, and well thought out. The characters are believable; some likable, some not. I won this book in a blog giveaway, and all opinions are my own.

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My Review of Twists in Time

Review:

Twists In Time - Jon Messenger, Sherry D. Ficklin, Julie Wetzel, Kelly Risser, Kathy-Lynn Cross, Amanda  Strong, Sandy Goldsworthy, Holly Kelly, Kasi Blake

Twists in Time is an anthology of time travel stories. I usually don’t read anthologies or time travel for that matter, but I found these stories interesting and engaging. These authors are very creative in their story telling. The writing is superb and the stories are powerful. I was pleasantly surprised with this anthology. I won Twists in Time in a blog giveaway, and all opinions are my own.

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My Review of On Loan: A Reading Under Wraps Short Story

Review:

On Loan: A Reading Under Wraps Short Story - Marie Michelle Coleman

On Loan: A Reading Under Wraps Short Story by Marie Michelle Coleman is a short story about a librarian, Mira Shepard, who finds an untitled book on her desk. Along with her friend Maddie, they embark on a hunt to find out what this mysterious book holds. Along the way, they have countless mishaps. On Loan, for me, was not mysterious enough for the book in question to be so mysterious. It just didn’t intrigue me as much as I had hoped. The writing was fairly good, but the characters lacked substance. I won this book in a blog giveaway, and all opinions are my own.

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My Review of Nomad

Review:

Nomad - Matthew Mather

Nomad by Matthew Mather is a story about Nomad, a mysterious object with more mass than the sun that’s headed straight to earth, and Dr. Ben Rollins has to figure out when it’s going to hit. I was so intrigued by the concept of this story. It had excitement and mystery going for it. However, I was thrown off track by the introduction of a family feud surrounding the doctor’s daughter. I felt that this hindered the possibility of an exceptional story. The daughter’s character was not believable in her actions, thus a tremendous disappointment. The feud between two other characters was truly unnecessary. With that being said, the story was well written and grammatically correct. I won Nomad in a giveaway on a book blog and all opinions are my own.

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My Review of Casters of Doovik

Review:

Casters of Doovik - McKenzie Wagner

I won Casters of Doovik from a book blog that I follow and all opinions are my own. Casters of Doovik is a tale of Meg, a young girl living in Doovik. The walls around Doovik are meant to keep all of Doovik safe from what lies outside the walls. When a curse is put upon the land, Meg and her friends embark on a quest to find a way to break the spell. This is such a charming story. The characters are full of life, and there is an imaginative world the author has created with creatures abound. This is a wonderful middle grade read for all ages.

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My Review of Bob

Review:

Bob - Tegon Maus

I won this book in a giveaway from a blog that I follow and all opinions are my own. Bob by Tegon Maus is a story about a newspaper man, Peter Anderson, whose career is on the line if a hot story isn’t found. He thinks he has just the story in lights in the night sky over Arizona. I found this book to be your typical sci-fi story. There wasn’t anything fresh or new, and the story held very little interest for me. On the other hand, there were bits of humor that kept me reading. I feel this is a book for those with a taste for your standard sci-fi story.

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