Page, Jessica: The Agency (Agency Hunger I) (2014)

The Agency by Jessica Page is a paranormal romance with a mystery twist. The Agency is Ms. Page’s first published novel and is part of a series called Agency Hunger. Ms. Page provided me with a copy of her novel in return for a review. We all know that I am a terrible romance reviewer … Continue reading Page, Jessica: The Agency (Agency Hunger I) (2014)

Hernandez, Jessica: Capering on Glass Bridges (Hawk of Stone I)

On Fiaru Island, in the Kingdom of Greylandia, on the world Acu lives the Stone family. We first meet them at the Pairing ceremony of the youngest daughter. Meeting your canonipom and bonding with it is the most important day in the lives of Greylandians. As far as the people we meet know, Kaia Stone … Continue reading Hernandez, Jessica: Capering on Glass Bridges (Hawk of Stone I)

Halstead, Jason: Dark Earth (Dark Earth I) (2011)

  In my opinion Dark Earth seems aimed at a younger Young Adult audience. Jason Halstead starts off the story in modern US and then takes us to a parallel world set to a pre-industrial age. He describes this Dark Earth as meaner and greedier than our own. Perhaps that is due to the younger audience … Continue reading Halstead, Jason: Dark Earth (Dark Earth I) (2011)

Rowland, Diana: Fury of the Demon (Kara Gillian VI) (2014)

I’ve thought somewhat about a paragraph in Fury of the Demon: It was a story as old as time, and Rasha had played the role of disapproving elder with fervor. And even though her intent had been noble – to protect her granddaughter from an untrustworthy man – she paid the price with crushing loneliness … Continue reading Rowland, Diana: Fury of the Demon (Kara Gillian VI) (2014)

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Tolkien, J.R.R.: The Lord of The Rings (1954-1955)

If there is one thing in this world that has inspired the world of nerddom, it has to be the fantastical writings of J.R.R. Tolkien. While I’m not a Tolkien nerd/geek/fan/cult-member, I understand those who are. I mean, I’m writing a blog mostly about fantasy and science fiction – and I love doing the digging … Continue reading Tolkien, J.R.R.: The Lord of The Rings (1954-1955)