Delia’s Shadow by Jaime Lee Moyer

29 December 2013 Natassia 0

Jaime Lee Moyer’s gift for storytelling is evident in Delia’s Shadow. Moyer beautifully captures elegance and thrill into a timeless story. With clarity and detail, you are transported to San Francisco of yesteryear and quickly become convinced that séances and spiritualists are not merely a fad but truth. Each turn […]

A Study in Silks by Emma Jane Holloway

20 November 2013 Natassia 0

In the debut novel of the new Baskerville Affair Trilogy, Emma Jane Holloway puts her own spin on steampunk with A Study in Silks. Unlike any other Sherlock spin off I’ve read, Holloway mixes humor with intrigue and magic with science. There are neat concepts at each turn and Holloway […]

Gameboard of the Gods by Richelle Mead

10 August 2013 Natassia 1

As a newcomer to Richelle Meads’ work, the thrilling premise of Gameboard of the Godsdrew me in. A science fiction novel grounded in suspense and intrigue, Mead kept me turning page after page. Though occasionally predictable, Mead weaves a story which is truly entertaining. The stage is set in Mead’s […]


Taken by Benedict Jacka

19 March 2013 Natassia 0

Through plot twists and turns, Benedict Jacka takes us on another enthralling adventure in his third installment of the Alex Verus novels. The most suspenseful to date, Taken strikes at the heart with an investigation that makes us question what lengths we would go to in order to project our […]

Lilith by Toby Tate

4 March 2013 Natassia 0

With suspense in spades, Toby Tate makes his debut in Lilith. Each plot twist is edged with a sense of mystery and thrill and Tate fully realizes the aircraft carrier backdrop. Taking an old tale of and turning it on its head, Tate brings an entertaining story in Lilith. Before […]

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The Six Gun Tarot by R.S Belcher

27 February 2013 Natassia 0

In a blend of old and new, R.S Belcher’s The Six Gun Tarot brings an entertaining read. With an ensemble cast, Belcher draws reference from old world fantasy and mythology from many faiths and cultures blending all in an epic fashion. With a western setting, The Six Gun Tarot feels […]

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A Natural History of Dragons by Marie Brennan

26 February 2013 Natassia 0

In an engaging journey of true passion, Marie Brennan’s A Natural History of Dragons catapults the reader into an epic tale of one woman’s life, finding her passion and having the courage to act on it. A Natural History of Dragons brings a world which is truly familiar yet beautifully different; letting […]

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Power Under Pressure by Andrew P. Mayer

24 February 2013 Natassia 0

The Society of Steam trilogy concludes in Andrew P. Mayer’s Power Under Pressure. I dived right into reading directly after finishing Hearts of Smoke and Steam and was glad I did. Each plot twist was cleverly wrapped up in Power Under Pressure and as a whole, the trilogy stands as […]


Fated by Benedict Jacka

23 February 2013 Natassia 1

Benedict Jacka brings to life a uniquely entertaining urban fantasy in his Alex Verus Novels. Fated, the premiere to the series, is the perfect introduction to a London where things aren’t always what they seem. Filled with intrigue, suspense, and plenty of action, Fated is the perfect mix of substance […]