Review: This Is Your Destiny

The Curse Keepers series explores legends surrounding the disappearance of the lost colony of Roanoke. The original Virginian colony disappeared in the late sixteenth century with no trace. There is still no conclusive evidence as to what happened to the colonists. Author Denise Grover Swank proposes the colony was caught in a battle between thisContinue reading “Review: This Is Your Destiny”

Review: Liesmith by Alis Franklin

Sigmund Sussman is your stereotypical nerd. At twenty-two, he still lives at home. When not working tech-support, he plays games – handheld, console and MMOs. He has a Dungeons and Dragons group and the walls of his bedroom are papered with Star Wars posters and pictures of dragons. He’s a bit plain, a bit overweight,Continue reading “Review: Liesmith by Alis Franklin”

Review: The Wolf at the End of the World

The Wolf at the End of the World by Douglas Smith. Everything I’d expect from Douglas Smith! I don’t read a lot of paranormal stuff. I prefer aliens, which to me are usually more plausible than vampires and werewolves. I don’t believe in magic or ghosts (much to the horror of many of my friends)Continue reading “Review: The Wolf at the End of the World”

Review: Rebel Angels

Rebel Angels by Michele Lang Rebel Angels brings to a close the Lady Lazarus trilogy by Michele Lang. Set in an alternate universe, Lang has recast Hitler’s movement across Europe in the guise of machinations between Heaven and Earth. The demon, Asmodel, inhabits Hitler and only Jewish witch Magda Lazurus has the power to stopContinue reading “Review: Rebel Angels”