Tag: books are food
Review of Aqua by Tracy Korn
There’s a lot to like about this one.
Review of Child of a Hidden Sea by A. M. Dellamonica
My advice: read the review, then read this book and all the rest.
Review: Daughter of Mythos by Melissa Drake
This one gets 3 stars out of 5. A nice, clean “I liked it.” Daughter of Mythos provides a good, tasty meat & potatoes secret-destiny/portal fiction story with a nice twist near the end. The main character is relatable and sympathetic, the supporting cast provide plenty of intrigue, support and challenges, and the fantasy elements…
Review: Excelsior by George Sirois
3 stars. I liked it. I’ll throw 4 stars at Amazon because I hate their social engineering scheme that calls 3 of 5 a “low” rating, but this isn’t a 4-star book for me. It’s solidly middle-of-the-pack. Here’s the snapshot evaluation: good, sturdy workmanlike prose, tidy plot firmly grounded in action and visuals, tropes…
Review: Forging Day by Noelle Alladania Meade
3.5 stars. Rounding up as usual for the site named after a river in South America. Snapshot: I had pretty high hopes, and this tale still exceeded them. The plot moves smoothly and develops to a snappy action finale, the dialogue flowed naturally, characters were well-defined and interesting, and the world-building is presented through…