Hacked in Two by James G. Carlson and Daemon Manx Hacked in Two by James G. Carlson and Daemon Manx RED FALLS- James G. Carlson When June and Ezra take a spontaneous road trip to rural Pennsylvania. DEACON- Daemon Manx Two worlds collide-a post-apocalyptic place of harsh survival and awful violence. Robin’s Review: I read … Continue reading “Robin’s Review of Hacked in Two”
Hacked in Two
by James G. Carlson and Daemon Manx
RED FALLS- James G. Carlson
When June and Ezra take a
spontaneous road trip to rural
DEACON- Daemon Manx
Two worlds collide-a post-apocalyptic place of harsh survival and awful violence.
Robin's Review: I read this book in one sitting. I just couldn’t put it down it was that good. Frightening but good, very good. Both authors are freaking amazing with each telling their story in their own way. Both stories were well-written, descriptive, and made me feel trepidation and terror. Well done, Gentlemen.
It was my pleasure to buy this book at the Living Dead weekend.
“Love Zindabad Not Jihad” is a story covering aspects of Love, Emotion and Spirituality through words. The story leaves its readers with a relatively intense emotional yet naive foray into love, and does it in a manner which is both pure and intense.
When Raj , a common Indian man whose background was traditional and religious falls in love with Bella living in USA through Facebook., being innocent and crazy in love, he went for an American job visa against his parents’ wishes selling his ancestral land to meet her love and propose her for marriage but there was to lot to prove that whether his love for her was real or was it just plain lust?This is a quick read novella and would be suitable for readers who enjoy whirlwind romances that are unpredictable. Erotic, highly emotional and sensitive, A Lovely Paradox is a novella which will surprise you and will make you deeply move with a twist that no one expected in the end!
Robin's Review: These were a quick reads about couples in love and the problems they face because of different religious backgrounds.
I received free copies of these books but that in no way influences my opinion.
A Lover’s Will and Love Forever by Mahiraj Jadeja “Love Forever” is Poet Mahiraj Jadeja’s second collection of romance contemporary poems after beautiful reception of his first collection “A Lover’s Will”. The work covers all aspects of Love and Emotions, their highs and lows and pain and pleasure. This collection leaves its readers with a … Continue reading “Robin’s Review of A Lover’s Will and Love Forever”
“Love Forever” is Poet Mahiraj Jadeja’s second collection of romance contemporary poems after beautiful reception of his first collection “A Lover’s Will”. The work covers all aspects of Love and Emotions, their highs and lows and pain and pleasure. This collection leaves its readers with a relatively intense emotional yet naive foray into love, and does it in a manner which is both pure and intense. The poems aren’t merely romantic words put together but have a deeper meaning to it. Poems are literally painting pictures of different scenarios depicting Love will always remain Forever.
Poet Mahiraj Jadeja has a new collection of 50 poems entitled A Lover's Will. The work covers all aspects of love, from the first questioning ‘What is Love' through poems praising women and lovers to unrequited love. The interaction of lovers who are past the first flush of love, are comfortable in each others company and have an instinctive almost telepathic understanding of each other is explored in ‘As Expected'. In the poem ‘Suicide', the tragedy of a love across a religious divide is sensitively explored.‘Roles of a Lady' shows the three types of love in a woman's life and ‘A Mother's Wish' speaks of the one love a dying woman is yearning for.
Robin's Review: These are nice collections of poems about love. Mahiraj Jadeja has a great style and the love flows throughout these works of poetry.
I received free copies of these books but that in no way influences my opinion of this great poetry collections.
Downfall: A Collapse Series Prequel by Angela D. Shelton Downfall: A Collapse Series Prequel Part of: Collapse by Angela D. Shelton The only thing anyone wants to talk about lately is the stupid virus that’s making people sick around the globe. But thirteen-year-old Lizzy Tilbrook has bigger things on her mind, like winning her class … Continue reading “Robin’s Review of Downfall: A Collapse Series Prequel”
Downfall: A Collapse Series Prequel
Part of: Collapse
by Angela D. Shelton
The only thing anyone wants to talk about lately is the stupid virus that’s making people sick around the globe.
But thirteen-year-old Lizzy Tilbrook has bigger things on her mind, like winning her class presidency.It’s the first stepping-stone in her plan to get into Yale. Then she’ll capture the title of Atlanta’s top lawyer.Lizzy doesn’t need friends to do that — she needs voters. She’ll do anything to win them over and take down her rival. The new pandemic is just a speed bump along the way.Or so she thinks.When the virus reactivates in individuals who’ve already had it, it snuffs out millions of lives within days.Insanity and chaos follow. Supply chains collapse, along with Lizzy’s plans.Soon there aren’t enough essential resources to go around. Violence erupts.
Robin's Review: Downfall: The Collapse Series Prequel. This is a clean and easy to read book. It is a well written story about the collapse of society from Covid. It follows the main character, Lizzy and how she deals with it and follows her growth throughout the story. It is an excellent book for middle-school age children.
It was my pleasure to receive a free copy of this book but that does not in any way affect my opinions in this review of this entertaining story
Book 1, Collapse: The Death of Friendship
Book 2, Collapse: The Death of Honor
#dystopian #sciencefiction #horror #middlegrade #youngadult #apocalyptic #action #comingofage #adventure #teen #youngadult
Drawn & Quartered
by Daemon Manx and Diana Olney
Welcome to Drawn & Quartered ...a waking nightmare where nothing is as it seems, and truth is devoured by the shadow of fiction. This accursed realm is ruled by fear, and home to infinite forms of terror. Behind its sinister gates dwell femme fatales, deadly bouquets, scorned lovers, and of course - monsters. Join them in the darkness, if you dare, but be warned, they may invite you to stay...forever.
Robin's Review: This book includes four freakishly cool horror stories. I can’t ever get enough of Daemon Manx’s writings. They are always well done, creepy, entertaining, and sure to be page turners. I never know where his stories will go but I am always excited for the ride.
I had not read any of Diana Olney’s works before, but I must say I think I’m a fan for life. Her writing is quite impressive and really entertaining. I hope to read more from these incredible authors soon.
It was my pleasure to receive a free copy of this book from the authors but that does not in any way affect my opinions in this review of these entertaining stories.
#vampire #horror #thriller
Short Stories included are:
The Party by Daemon Manx
Maneater by Diana Olney
The World Turned Red by Daemon Manx
She Devil by Diana Olney
Jared: The Hunter
by R Sullins
This wasn’t supposed to be my life.
I enjoyed being in the Army Special Forces and was damn good at it.
Now, I was living the life that my brother had dreamed of- the life that killed him.
Becoming a vampire changed nothing, and yet it changed everything.
I was still a soldier, but now I worked for the local vampire king instead of my country.
And I was finally ready to claim my mate.
I just needed to battle her demons.
That is if my own demons didn’t end up destroying both of us first.
This was an interesting take on vampires and their society. The story was entertaining. The characters were written well. An enjoyable read.
Thanks so much for an advance review copy of this book. I am voluntarily leaving a review of my personal opinion.
Hunter's Blood (The Hunter)
Book 1 of 2: The Hunter
Hunter’s Promise (The Hunter Book 2)
Book 2 of 2: The Hunter
Chronicles of the Undead
by A.F. Stewart
Three generations bound together under a horrifying family secret.
Inside the personal journals of the Harrington family, watch a dark and dangerous odyssey unfold. Three members of this tormented family, Samuel, his son Edmund, and Edmund's daughter Charlotte, must come to terms with evil. Set during the 18th and 19th century in London, England, this family must struggle against horror as their lives intersect with supernatural forces. As two intriguing vampires befriend, manipulate, and play with all three souls, altering their lives forever.
Their fears, private confidences and weaknesses are revealed as one selfish act ends in horrific tragedy, with far-reaching consequences. Who succumbs to the seduction and danger of the vampire? Who grapples to combat the evil influence that permeates their lives? Find out in Chronicles of the Undead.
This story is told through diary entries of:
Samuel Harrington, Father, 1793-1795, London, England
Edmund Harrington, Son, 1795-1797, London, England
Charlotte Harrington, Daughter, 1825-1826, London, England
…about the involvement of Henri Forain, and the cousin, Eleanor de Burgh.
This was an easy and quick read with a sinister link between these family members and vampires. As diary entries it would seem far removed but it wasn’t. I felt the emotions the writer felt while they put their information down in the diary.
Infidelity, Domestic Violence, Prostitution, Death, Sacrifice
#Paranormal #UrbanFantasy #Horror #Vampires #Supernatural #ScienceFiction #Mythology