ARC Review — Golem

Title: Golem Author: P.D. Alleva  Genre: Thriller Pages: 536 pages Publication date: August 7, 2022 Golem follows John Ashton as he takes on his first detective assignment. But what was supposed to be a simple case turns sour. He gets sucked into Alena’s tale about a demonic force—Golem—who had control over her. John doesn’t believe … Continue reading ARC Review — Golem

ARC Review — Heal.

Title: Heal. Author: Hana Kopernik Genre: Poetry Pages: 111 pages Publication date: December 8, 2021 Thank you, Hana Kopernik, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! Heal. brings together many poems on mending different aspects in life. It mostly motivates healing to become a stronger woman. Through her … Continue reading ARC Review — Heal.

ARC Review — Lady Night

Title: Lady Night Author: Rita A. Rubin Genre: YA Fantasy Pages: 370 pages Publication date: November 1, 2022 Thank you, Rita A. Rubin, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! Lady Night—the sequel to Amulet of Wishes—starts off like an Avengers movie. The readers get thrown right into … Continue reading ARC Review — Lady Night

ARC Review — Urban Disorders

Title: Urban DisordersAuthor: Natasha N. DeonarainGenre: PoetryPages: 36 pagesPublication date: September 23, 2022 Thank you, Natasha N. Deonarain, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! Urban Disorders is a quick read full of poems that fit together but don't follow a particular concrete theme. They explore many parts … Continue reading ARC Review — Urban Disorders

ARC Review — Euphoric Wonderland

Title: Euphoric Wonderland: An Eclectic Collection of Psychedelic Poetry to Stimulate the Senses and Open the MindAuthor: Ryan M. Becker Genre: PoetryPages: 96 pagesPublication date: May 10, 2021 Thank you, Ryan M. Becker, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! Euphoric Wonderland are poems that breach all areas of … Continue reading ARC Review — Euphoric Wonderland

ARC Review — Cruel Summer

Title: Cruel SummerAuthor: Bernard JanGenre: Science fictionPages: 513 pagesPublication date: February 28, 2021 Thank you, Bernard Jan, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! Cruel Summer follows Michael, Alien, Rebecca, and many more. (You might remember Michael from my Postcards from Beyond review.) The story begins not long after … Continue reading ARC Review — Cruel Summer

ARC Review — The Rose Vol. 2

Title: The Rose (Vol. 2)Author: P.D. AllevaGenre: Sci-fi thrillerPages: 550 pagesPublication date: December 21, 2021 Thank you, P.D. Alleva, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! The Rose Vol II picks up right where Vol I left off. Sandy is still trying to find her missing son, but … Continue reading ARC Review — The Rose Vol. 2

ARC Review — Chambers of the Heart

Title: Chambers of the Heart: speculative storiesAuthor: B. Morris AllenGenre: SFF short story collectionPages: 246 pagesPublication date: April 16, 2022 Thank you, B. Morris Allen, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! Chambers of the Heart is a short story collection full of unique speculative stories that will … Continue reading ARC Review — Chambers of the Heart

ARC Review — Ghost Rememberer

Title: Ghost RemembererAuthor: Tyrus BuckleyGenre: Historical mysteryPages: 382 pagesPublication date: January 16, 2022 Thank you, Tyrus Buckley, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! Ghost Rememberer follows Brenton Grey as he solves a series of tangled mysteries in a small town. While a humorous ghost follows him around, … Continue reading ARC Review — Ghost Rememberer

ARC Review — It Is What It Is, Because It Never Was

Title: It Is What It Is, Because It Never Was, And What Never Was, Can Never BeAuthor: Ronnell Beaty  Genre: PoetryPages: 177 pagesPublication date: April 25, 2021 Thank you, Ronnell, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! It Is What It Is, Because It Never Was is a poetry … Continue reading ARC Review — It Is What It Is, Because It Never Was