Solipsum by Daniel Couto Support the Author on Amazon! It’s ten years just past now and Charlie, a beautiful young woman in New York City lands the job of a …
Republic Falling: Advent of a New Dawn by Michael J. Brooks Support the Author on Amazon! In the first book of this adult science-fiction thriller, a civil war erupts within …
“Absonbrite: Shadows in the Lighthouse” by Aaron LA.V.R. follows Zeke Cobalt and Ivory Gear, African American youths with the power to alter humanity’s destiny. A gripping tale set in Bermuda, the narrative unfolds with compelling depth and excitement, drawing the reader into a captivating and enjoyable reading experience.
In “For Home and Hearth,” Ella Holland seeks simplicity but must confront survival in a hostile Appalachian future. Clans unite against dangers, but when pigmen threaten, reality intrudes, demanding Ella’s clan face lies and potential extinction. The narrative is character-driven, richly depicting resilience in adversity, though some dialogue requires effort to engage with.
Beginning of Arrogance by Bryan Cole Genre: High Fantasy Support the Author on Amazon! Paladins are nothing but trouble. Stories about paladins are everywhere, noble warriors riding magic steeds into …
“Cady and the Bear Necklace” by Ann Dallman follows 13-year-old Cady, who uncovers a mysterious Indian necklace, embarking on a compelling journey of self-discovery and overcoming challenges in Native American culture. Dallman’s personal experiences enrich the narrative, making it a valuable addition to literature.
The Thief and the Historian, Book One of the Runetree Chronicles by Brendan Corbett, is a young adult fantasy adventure. It introduces readers to Aeda, a thief in the Grey Society, whose life intertwines with the Historian Gieral, leading her on a journey through the Known Lands. Exploring themes of belonging and identity, Corbett’s narrative includes a detailed magic system and rich worldbuilding. The story, commended for its imagery and character development, is especially noted for standalone completeness and accessibility. Aeda’s evolution from thief to Apprentice Historian offers an engaging tale that resonates with readers seeking immersive escapism and inclusivity.
“The Pod Tower” by Pete Alexander is a gripping dystopian thriller set in the winter of 2057. Marcus Calvert, disillusioned with society, uncovers a web of lies about his past, leading to a confrontation with the looming Mother City. The book skillfully balances dystopian elements with human themes, despite a slow start.
“Dragonkin” by Sam Accardi follows a group of friends who become the Khaleeshir, humans bonded to dragons with magical abilities. As they face the formidable black dragon Tenebrae and navigate ancient magic, they must mend their strained friendship amid betrayal and peril. Despite some issues with dialogue and descriptions, the book’s premise and worldbuilding show promise.
“Swan Song” by Elizabeth B. Splaine is a gripping historical fiction novel set in 1930s Nazi Berlin, blending romance, music, and history. The story follows opera singer Ursula Becker, whose half-Jewish heritage puts her in danger. As she and her partner, William Patrick Hitler, navigate perilous circumstances, the novel highlights resilience, love, and the human spirit in the face of darkness.