Review: Door of Bruises (Thornchapel #4) by Sierra Simone

Read my reviews of the previous Thornchapel books: A Lesson in Thorns Feast of Sparks Harvest of Sighs I waited six months for the finale of this fantastic series, and every moment was worth it. Simone continues to raise the stakes in both reality and the bits of fantasy elements that seep into this world,Continue reading “Review: Door of Bruises (Thornchapel #4) by Sierra Simone”

Review: Harvest of Sighs (Thornchapel #3) by Sierra Simone

All books have a dark moment, right before things get better. This book, the third in the Thornchapel series, ends in the ultimate dark moment. Relationships were not great during this book. They were intense and hopeful and painful and tragic, making me fall in love with each of the characters. And now so manyContinue reading “Review: Harvest of Sighs (Thornchapel #3) by Sierra Simone”

Review: A Lesson in Thorns (Thornchapel #1) by Sierra Simone

I bought this ebook months ago, and for the life of me, I couldn’t remember why. The cover description was intriguing, but not my typical fare. It seemed a bit too throw-back Gothic for me. So, I glanced at a few online reviews, and one of them complained about bisexual characters. Who cares why IContinue reading “Review: A Lesson in Thorns (Thornchapel #1) by Sierra Simone”

Review: All Saints (Murder Ballads and Whiskey #4) by Jason Jack Miller

Disclaimer: I received an electronic copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review. I am friends with the author and we shared a publisher. The flow and style of the language in this novel took me on a trip around the world that I’m not sure I wanted to come back from. WhetherContinue reading “Review: All Saints (Murder Ballads and Whiskey #4) by Jason Jack Miller”

Review: Intraterrestrial by Nicholas Conley

Disclaimer: I received a free electronic version of this novel from the author in exchange for an honest review. This is one of those speculative fiction books whose actually genre is hard to pin down. Though the medical issues lend a realistic air to the story, the adventure Adam embarks on feels more like science-fantasyContinue reading “Review: Intraterrestrial by Nicholas Conley”

Review: “Clay Tongue” by Nicholas Conley

Disclaimer: I received an ebook version of this novelette from the author in exchange for an honest review. The gorgeous cover to this novelette is a perfect match for the beautiful language and sweet story contained within. This short tale is well worth checking out for a quick escape.