Monthly Archives: March 2020

“Night Shifter” by L. E. Horn

I found this book an enjoyable read. Well, perhaps “enjoyable” is a little tame for a werewolf thriller, but it takes all kinds. This author’s writing style is smooth and well edited, and nothing distracts us from our enjoyment of the story. It has well-rounded characters and several different levels of conflict, from the most personal […]

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“The Epiphany Club” by Andrew Knighton

Whooda thunk it? Steampunk fantasy with depth. I kid you not. What starts out to be just another hi-jinx adventure with turn-of-the-century (19thto 20th, that is) steam-powered sci-fi and stereotypical characters, turns quickly into something more interesting. Oh, don’t worry. The tales are still full of the whole shooting match of far-fetched action sequences, mutated […]

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