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Book Review: Shadow of Punishment by Jacques Oscar Lufuluabo

Here it is, finally a new review. It's been a while, I know, summers are weird like that. You think you'll have more time away from your everyday responsibilites, yet there's never more time to get stuff done. Anyways, as usual, minor spoiler warning. Plot: It's kind of difficult to describe, there's so much going … Continue reading Book Review: Shadow of Punishment by Jacques Oscar Lufuluabo

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Book Review: The Awakening – Dragon Knight Chronicles by Andrew Wichland

Plot: Alec-Ryuu Jun Yamamoto learns the hard way that he's the chosen one, and has to prove himself. Alec-Ryuu, or Ryuu, as he prefers to go by, is not a normal teenager. He's taller, stronger, and faster than most. But the differences aren't all good. His eyesight and hearing is different, making him have to … Continue reading Book Review: The Awakening – Dragon Knight Chronicles by Andrew Wichland

Book Review: Susceptible by Brett Wallach

*possible spoilers warning as always* Plot: Private Investigator, Phil Allman, is hired to check up on a man who's suicidal. After meeting the man, and concluding he isn't suicidal, Phil's investigation is turned upside down when the man dies the next day - by suicide. Phil carries on investigation, though the case seems clear cut … Continue reading Book Review: Susceptible by Brett Wallach

Book Review: The Plight of a People by J.W. Barlament

*spoiler warning, as always* Plot: There's three stories here, one following military man Solinus as he struggles to rebuild after fleeing his home country, one following Emperor Aethon who tries to remain in power and control of his empire and last, one following King Eulasus, who tries to take back his kingdom.  Let's start at … Continue reading Book Review: The Plight of a People by J.W. Barlament

Book Review: The Earth Bleeds Red by Jackson Paul Baer

*spoiler warning* Plot: Scott and Jessie have the loveliest life together, a perfect little dream, with their daugther Ashley on top. Everything is red roses and summer winds, and their most beautiful family ever. Even when Scott is run over, he's quickly back on his feet with the support of his wife and lovely daugther, … Continue reading Book Review: The Earth Bleeds Red by Jackson Paul Baer