Category: 4 stars

ACID by Emma Pass Review: Kicking ass with multiple identities

ACID by Emma Pass Review: Kicking ass with multiple identities

Reminiscent of the TV show Alias and the movie SALT, ACID is a futuristic dystopian featuring a kickass main character assuming multiple identities throughout the novel, with nonstop action, romance and constant twists and turns. Jenna Strong is serving a life sentence in prison for killing her parents. Despite being the only female, she can […]

November 28, 2013 | 42 Comments
Sweet Damage by Rebecca James Review: Complex creepy psychological thriller

Sweet Damage by Rebecca James Review: Complex creepy psychological thriller

Sweet Damage is the first book I’ve read that explores agoraphobia, a debilitating, traumatising and downright scary anxiety disorder that prevents the sufferer from being in public. Rebecca James captures the sheer horror and immense anxiety that comes with the condition perfectly. Tim Ellison finds the perfect opportunity to rent a cheap room in a beautiful, […]

October 16, 2013 | 38 Comments
The Eye of Minds by James Dashner Review: Hacker vs cyberterrorist in virtual reality

The Eye of Minds by James Dashner Review: Hacker vs cyberterrorist in virtual reality

The Eye of Minds takes all the elements of an epic fantasy with a unique world, crazy creatures and whirlwind events and changes it up – by setting it in a virtual reality world. Here we experience James Dashner’s epic imagination with horrific events, fantastical happenings, scary monsters and more. Michael and his gamer friends Bryson […]

October 11, 2013 | 26 Comments
Countdown by Michelle Rowen Review: Reality TV show with psi & artificial intelligence

Countdown by Michelle Rowen Review: Reality TV show with psi & artificial intelligence

Countdown immediately caught my attention due to it’s similarities to Hunger Games, where subscribers tune in to watch a cruel reality TV show involving deaths on screen. However, it wasn’t just a direct copy – it took the main idea and changed it into something new and exciting. Instead of being forced to kill each […]

October 8, 2013 | 24 Comments
Free eBook & Review: The Moon Dwellers by David Estes – An emotional, heart-wrenching dystopian

Free eBook & Review: The Moon Dwellers by David Estes – An emotional, heart-wrenching dystopian

It’s time to start a revolution!  And maybe read about one, too! The Moon Dwellers, the first book in the Dwellers Saga by David Estes will be FREE on Amazon Oct 7-9!!  On those dates, you may download the ebook on Amazon for FREE!  This is a super-dee-duper deal, so you’ll want to take advantage […]

October 7, 2013 | 20 Comments
Giveaway (AUS) & Review: The Rig by Joe Ducie – An Impossible Prison Break

Giveaway (AUS) & Review: The Rig by Joe Ducie – An Impossible Prison Break

My review: Making the impossible seem possible  Reading The Rig is like putting together a puzzle – you know how it’s going to end, but you don’t know how it’s going to get there. From a seemingly impossible situation, to one that slowly and surely unravels as opportunities arise, The Rig presented a perfectly paced story […]