Review: The Blasted Lands by James A. Moore

Second in the ‘Seven Forges’ series, The Blasted Lands by James A. Moore continues where Seven Forges left off. The emperor of Fellein is dead and armies are gathering on both sides. Put in charge of the military aspect of the twelve kingdoms, reluctant general, Merros Dulver, begins to learn the truth about his empire.Continue reading “Review: The Blasted Lands by James A. Moore”

Review: Morningside Fall (Legends of the Dustwalker, #2) by Jay Posey

At the end of Jay Posey’s debut Three, the first book in ‘The Legends Of The Dustwalker’, I got the impression the titular character, Three, couldn’t possibly be the dustwalker of legend, which both surprised and saddened. He was a compelling figure and the entire plot hinged upon his actions. Three embodied the role ofContinue reading “Review: Morningside Fall (Legends of the Dustwalker, #2) by Jay Posey”

Review: Peacemaker by Marianne de Pierres

Virgin Jackson is the senior ranger of a preserve of land known as Birrimun Park. With the park’s peace threatened by drug smugglers, Virgin partners with U.S. Marshall, Nate Sixkiller. It’s not a match made in heaven. While the pair bounce off of one another, bodies start falling. Virgin is the cops’ number one suspect,Continue reading “Review: Peacemaker by Marianne de Pierres”