Dani Hoots’ Review of Insomnium by Zachary Bonelli

Insomnium by Zachary Bonelli Amazon/Barnes&Noble/Fuzzy Hedgehog Press (sale going on right now!) Published by: Fuzzy Hedgehog Press Review by: Dani Hoots Nel Hanima grew up amidst chaos. The government collapsed when he was five, and he lived in an underground bunker until he was twelve. His adult life, by comparison, is stable. Government and public…

Dani Hoots’ Review of Conspiracy Boy by Cecily White

Conspiracy Boy (Angel Academy #2) by Cecily White Amazon/Barnes & Noble Published by: Entangled: Teen Review by: Dani Hoots Release: April 4th, 2016 All’s fair in love and war. Let the games begin. Nobody said senior year was going to be easy, but I wasn’t expecting pure hell, either. That’s right. HELL. Demons attacking. Cheerleaders…

Dani Hoots’ Review of The Immortal Circus Trilogy by A.R. Kahler

The Immortal Circus Trilogy by A. R. Kahler Published by: 47North Review by: Dani Hoots This series was very entertaining and I couldn’t put it down. I loved the characters and imagination behind the tale, and although I didn’t care for the ending, I still think it is very well written. I will review each book…

Dani Hoots’ Review of Caller Unknown by Jennifer Brozek

Caller Unknown by Jennifer Brozek Amazon/Barnes&Noble Published by: Apocalypse Ink Productions Review by: Dani Hoots Kendrick is a city alive in more ways than one. Its borders contain a hidden world composed of secret societies, the supernatural, the lost, and the unexplained. It is the world that Karen, a 911 operator, is thrust into. It begins…

Dani Hoots’ Review of Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead

Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead Amazon/Barnes & Noble Published by: Razorbill Review by: Dani Hoots St. Vladimir’s Academy isn’t just any boarding school—it’s a hidden place where vampires are educated in the ways of magic and half-human teens train to protect them. Rose Hathaway is a Dhampir, a bodyguard for her best friend Lissa, a…

Dani Hoots’ Review of Gateway to Fourline by Pam Brondos

Gateway to Fourline by Pam Brondos Amazon/Barnes & Noble Published by: Skyscape Review by: Dani Hoots Years before, a gateway opened between their world and ours. Sending one young woman through may be the key to survival for the kingdom of Fourline. Strapped for cash, college student Natalie Barns agrees to take a job at a…

Dani Hoots’ Review of Till The Sun Breaks Down by Tom Leveen

Till The Sun Breaks Down (Deviant Aeon Book 1) by Tom Leveen  Amazon Published by Tom Leveen via Amazon   Malikai awoke in the desert with nothing but a name and a sword, lacking any memory whatsoever of his identity or past. Discovering that his inhuman strength and reflexes made him a Deviant in the eyes…

Review of Kim Harrison’s “The Drafter,” & Giveaway

      GIVEAWAY ALERT: Leave a comment on this post, expressing anything of your choosing about this review, author, or novel, to enter for the chance to win a hardcover copy of Kim Harrison’s The Drafter. A winner will be selected at random at 11:59pm. Thursday, September 10, 2015.  Only those living in the US…

Review of Lobo vol 1: Targets

Barnes & Nobles/Indiebound/DC Comics/Books-A-Million Review written by: Jessica C. Lobo vol 1: Targets brings back Lobo all new and improved for the DC Universe’s new 52. The intergalatic bounty hunter has certainly got himself quite a makeover that even Tyra and her team could manage. Truth be told he looks a heck of a lot better…

Teen Titans: Volume 1- Blinded by the Light

  Amazon/Barnes & Nobles Review Written by: Jessica C. I can say that this Marvel meets Zenescope meets Image/Fathom Girl has been a closet Teen Titans fan for quite some time. Confession time being that as much of an avid reader as I have always been, my love of Teen Titans only grew stronger when…