Review of Andrew Klavan’s Mindwar

Reviewer: Lindsey Amazon (Kindle)/Barnes & Noble/Indiebound When Rick lost the ability to run, he came one step closer to becoming a hero. New High Score! New Record Time! Rick nodded with grim satisfaction. He laid the game controller aside on the sofa and reached for his crutches. Rick Dial was the best quarterback Putnam Hills…

Review of Rebelwing by Tracy Banghart

Amazon (Kindle) / Barnes & Nobles/ Indiebound Reviewer: Lindsey The Dominion of Atalanta is at war. But for eighteen-year-old Aris, the fighting is nothing more than a distant nightmare, something she watches on news vids from the safety of her idyllic seaside town. Then her boyfriend, Calix, is drafted into the Military, and the nightmare…

Review of As Black as Ebony by Salla Simukka

Barnes & Nobles/Books-A-Million/Indiebound Review Written By: Jessica C. I’ve been watching you. I’ve been watching you when you didn’t know. I’ve been watching every move you make and every expression of your face. You thought you were invisible and unremarkable, but I have seen everything you do. I know you better than anyone else. I…

Review of As White As Snow by Salla Simmuka

Amazon/ Barnes & Nobles/ Goodreads Review Written By: Jessica C. Our faith is as white as snow. It is pure and bright. It leaves no room for doubt. Our faith is like the light that will blind the sinners with its strength. Our faith will burn them even as the stubble of the field is…

Review of ‘Storm Siren’ by Mary Weber

Amazon/Barnes & Nobles/Books-A-Million/Goodreads Then I see my eyes. Standing out like sea sirens- clear, salty, ice blue. I don’t even look good enough to be a slave. I look like a curse. Storm Siren is the tale of the slave girl, Nym, who believes herself cursed. Nymia is a slave in the war torn lands…