Category: Reviews

Feed by Mira Grant Review: 20 years after the zombie apocalypse

Feed by Mira Grant Review: 20 years after the zombie apocalypse

There’s a certain comfort in the zombie genre because you know what to expect. The back story is pretty self-explanatory, a virus breaks out, people get infected, and a zombie apocalypse happens. What better reason to offer action and gore than with that simple explanation? Feed offers so much more than what the usual zombie novel entails. […]

September 22, 2012 | 5 Comments
Shadow Bound by Rachel Vincent Review: Two opposing gang members fall in love

Shadow Bound by Rachel Vincent Review: Two opposing gang members fall in love

After giving Blood Bound (the first book) a three star rating, due to heaps of world building and character development (and not enough action), I was certain that this one would be a better title. That’s usually characteristic of urban fantasy; after you’ve gotten the setting after the way, they usually get better as the […]

September 14, 2012 | 0 Comments
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern Review: Majestic circus, not sure about the rest

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern Review: Majestic circus, not sure about the rest

The Night Circus is an amazing evocative title with rich descriptions of a Carnival that comes to town. Under the surface however, it’s basically a mysterious competition between two wizards pitting two apprentices against each other. The terms of the competition are vague, yet both Celia and Marco participate for over 16 years across the […]

August 28, 2012 | 0 Comments
Alien Tango by Gini Koch Review: Meet Alliflash and Gingatagator

Alien Tango by Gini Koch Review: Meet Alliflash and Gingatagator

Katherine “Kitty” Katt is the Commander of the Airborne Centaurian Division, which is a group of extremely good-looking Alpha-Cetaurians (or A-C’s) who use their powers to save the world. It’s been five months since “Operation Fugly” and Kitty is happily dating Martini, her sexy A-C boyfriend who is also a high-ranking Commander. However, with a […]

August 18, 2012 | 0 Comments