A Touch of Death (The Outlands Pentalogy) By Rebecca Crunden

This dystopian read is an immersion book.  By that, I mean that you need to invest a little time, especially at the beginning, to get an understanding of the characters and their environment before you can become invested in where the story is taking you.  Once you accomplish that, the rest of the read is … Continue reading A Touch of Death (The Outlands Pentalogy) By Rebecca Crunden

The Golden Viper – The Crimson Deathbringer Trilogy – Book Two by Sean Robbins

A brief four months have passed since the ending of Book One.  This book was a nice segway into an all-encompassing battle.  The characters have remained intriguing and snarky. Keeping with the Space Opera feel the author still led us into an environment with a lot more variety in creatures, some who are not that … Continue reading The Golden Viper – The Crimson Deathbringer Trilogy – Book Two by Sean Robbins

The Girl With Two Souls (Factory Girl Trilogy Book 1) By Stephen Palmer

The first book in this Trilogy gives the reader a firm foundation on the life of Kora/Roka Blackmore.  With a nice sprinkling of steampunk accents, I found my self alternating between enjoying the story of the main character and that of the automatas (and thinking of all the great ways I could use an AutoJennie!). … Continue reading The Girl With Two Souls (Factory Girl Trilogy Book 1) By Stephen Palmer

Fireflies and Cosmos: Interstellar Spring Book 1 by J. Darris Mitchell

Wandering the Texas Book Festival is always interesting.  This author, dressed in his space traveling attire, presented a captivating pitch for his series.  The series is already well established and ready for the reader to enter into the adventure. With characters that you can immediately make a connection with, this book had me reading almost … Continue reading Fireflies and Cosmos: Interstellar Spring Book 1 by J. Darris Mitchell

The Ballad of Persephone (The Anuk Chronicles) by Abdur R. Mohammad

I had the pleasure of reading another book from this series so when this one appeared, I jumped at the chance to see where the story was going next. Again, I give the same advice as my review of my previous read – make sure you are in intense reading mode.  This author packs a … Continue reading The Ballad of Persephone (The Anuk Chronicles) by Abdur R. Mohammad

Kau D’varza: A story in the ChaosNova universe By Dave Noe

After reading a book I usually check the reviews.  With this book, a reviewer commented that they felt like a fly on the wall.  That was a very accurate description.  The scenes from the various ships and during battles made me feel like I was there.  The quick dialogue between characters also helps with the … Continue reading Kau D’varza: A story in the ChaosNova universe By Dave Noe