Magic Times was a wonderful find on Reader’s Favorite. It doesn’t fit neatly into any genre, but it has elements of humor and fantasy with just a dash of the occult. The following is my official review from Reader’s Favorite:
“Magic Times is the story of a young man named Jason chasing his chubby girlfriend, Holly, from a small town to the big city. Continue reading Book Review: Magic Times by Harvey Click
Twin Powers begins with Stephanie Peters being abducted from the street in Cuba. A furious dictator enlists the aid of a mercenary, the notorious Marcela, to track down those responsible – and save face for Cuba. Marcela recruits Stephanie’s father, doctor and polyglot Raymond Peters, to help in the search. With the aid of a special power shared between Stephanie and her twin sister, Sophia, Marcela and Raymond set out on a frantic, globe-trotting pursuit of a revenge-fueled man known simply as Mohamed. Continue reading Book Review: Twin Powers – David Pereda ★★★★★
My second review of a British indie author is up, and it’s also only my second 5-star rating. Read the review for Anything for Her here. I’d love to get an American indie author on the board with more than two stars… Think your book has what it takes? Tell me about it!
My latest review is up. This one is for A Mistake of Youth by Elena Genero Santoro. Overall not great, but if it’s free and you’ve got nothing else to read, you could do a lot worse.
Another book that started off strong and simply died Halo: Death is not the end…[sic] by Kevin Orgill. ★★☆☆☆ Only if it’s free and you have nothing else to read. Click the link above for the full review. Or click below to buy it… Only after reading above.
I found this one through a link somewhere and paid 99¢ for it. Not worth it. I rated it ★☆☆☆☆ on my recommendation rating, but see the full review here for additional details and category ratings.
I recently reviewed Milk: A Modern Love Story by MJ Meads. Click through the image below to read it: