Category: Book Reviews

  • #5Star #Review PLANET PURGATORY by Benedict J Martin @Benemartben #RRBC

    Planet Purgatory is about David Eno, a farmer/chikka brew-master, who gets it into his head that the planet he and many others live is Purgatory, and they are not merely colonists from Earth. Of course, everyone thinks he’s crazy or just drunk from all the chikka he drinks. (Telling what chikka is would be a […]

  • #RRBC Review – Waterlilies Over My Grave

    Waterlilies Over My Grave to me was a gothic romance, having most of the elements of the classic genre. The plot and tempo of the story is amazing. I enjoyed the perils, and creepiness of the stalker. The heroine was strong even though she said/thought “oh bother” a lot. Her plight of leaving a marriage […]

  • The Devil’s Prayer #Review #RRBC

    To say The Devil’s Prayer is exceptional is an understatement. I’ll start with how I found this book. While going through the list of offerings at Rave Reviews Book Club, I was delighted by the catalog of books, all by Indie Authors, I discovered many titles that caught my eye, and had the challenge of […]

  • My #Review of Dying For A Living – Kory M. Shrum

    For whatever reason, I haven’t posted this until now. Sorry, Kory for the delay; I guess better late than never. Like this review, I held onto this book for a while before reading it, not sure why, just something that happened. I wish I would’ve read it sooner. When one thinks of zombies, they think […]

  • You Can Run – Greg Smith #Review

    In the last week, I had the pleasure of reading You Can Run by Greg Smith as a Beta Reader. It is a crime novel, which to be honest I wasn’t sure what to expect being the first book of this genre I’ve read. Before I started reading, I envisioned TV Dramas like Law & […]

  • Naming of the Beasts – Review

    The Naming of the Beasts by Mike Carey My rating: 4 of 5 Stars This book was a little far fetched with some stuff. I won’t say what as it would be a spoiler. It was good, don’t get me wrong. I’ve enjoyed all of the Felix Castor books.