“Full Circle: Covert Invasion” by Alfred R. Taylor

I found the tale to be fast-paced and exciting. I loved being able to see historical events taking place through the eyes of androids from the future. Their secret use of modern technology really enhanced the story. I liked being able to jump from the 1860s to another world with strange alien creatures, and then back to old London. … More “Full Circle: Covert Invasion” by Alfred R. Taylor

“Trenchcoats, Towers, and Trolls” by Rhonda Parrish

When I first picked up “Trenchcoats, Towers, and Trolls,” I was expecting strictly retellings. And there are some great ones in here, including but not limited to Alice in Wonderland, Snow White and Rumplestiltskin. But there are other stories that aren’t based on any particular fairy tale, but more the “ideas” such as the troll under the bridge. And there were still other stories that had more of a fairy tale vibe and the morals that you can find a better place in the world and what not. … More “Trenchcoats, Towers, and Trolls” by Rhonda Parrish

“Raymond Wright is Missing” by Brad Anderson

For those familiar with Anderson’s brilliant books, among them being “The Janus Project” and “The Genesis of Janus,” this particular title will ring bells for you. Although this one is a different type of story than most of The Janus Files collection of books, I must say that I think I enjoyed it the best. Not only is the story well-crafted and exciting, which is what you already expect from this author, but it also took me on an odyssey I was not expecting. So my advice, right off the bat for readers, is make sure you have a lot of free time when you begin this book, because you will not want to put it down. … More “Raymond Wright is Missing” by Brad Anderson

“War Bunny” by Christopher St. John

“War Bunny” is a spectacular fantasy novel written by Christopher St. John. Set in a dystopian world where humans are non-existent, a female bunny called Anastasia begins questioning the ways of Yah in her home, Bloody Thorn Warren. It was believed that prey should not fight back and should accept their fate of being devoured by predators (Blessed Ones). This was known as Glorification. That was the will of Yah and was never to be questioned. … More “War Bunny” by Christopher St. John

“Deeply Rooted Dreams” by Alexander Mukte

“Deeply Rooted Dreams” is the second book in the Rewired Series by Alexander Mukte. I did NOT forget Ori Clayborn. And anyone who read the first in this series, “The Recruiter” certainly has not forgotten him either. The first book was one that kept me, like all who read it, on the edge of their seats as a whole Mario Puzo-type drama with drug cartels and corrupt FBI agents unfurled. That book was also where we met up with Jessica, an investigative reporter who simply sets her focus on any assignment that’s given to her and then with skills and talent unveils the “bad guys” to the world.
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“The Recruiter” by Alexander Mukte

Okay… when a reviewer starts out describing a book as an action-packed FBI crime drama that focuses on everything from cartels that remind you of the “Godfather” to corrupt law enforcement officials, what would you think? Exactly. You would think I was describing one of those ultimate fast-paced dramas that would make Puzo’s infamous Corleone family proud. … More “The Recruiter” by Alexander Mukte

“Spooky Action at a Distance” by Felicia Watson

I liked the story because this one occurred mostly in space and revolved around space travel and issues relating to space travel. The science is light, but that is acceptable. The hardest part of “Spooky Action at a Distance” is the concept of space travel and wrapping my head around what space travel will look like in the future. … More “Spooky Action at a Distance” by Felicia Watson