Category Archives: book review

May 25

Book Review: “Evin” by A.S. Crowder, is an action-filled urban fantasy into another realm.

  Evin, by A.S. Crowder, is an urban fantasy, filled with action, sinister wraiths, magical daggers and mysterious portals – where good versus bad in a deadly conflict for survival. For readers of young-adult urban fantasy, this is a good read, well-written and with characters you really come to like. The story centers around Eva, […]

May 17

IWIC Book Review: Three Crowns and the Dream Sofa, “A playful and entertaining sci-fi fantasy…”

      Three Crowns and the Dream Sofa, a fantasy sci-fi by Liliane Broberg, is a playful and entertaining read. Put together elements of Alice in Wonderland, King Arthur and a touch of Shrek – mix them all up in a magical story about three hopelessly incompetent kings, a jealous sister, a Book of […]

May 10

IWIC Book Review: Angelina’s Secret by Diane Merrill Wigginton – “A five-star read!”

“THIS BOOK GETS 5 STARS This is a love story that takes place in the late 1700’s. It is different from the normal romance story and very well written. Hard to put down and with lots of surprises and a touch of mystery included too. It took me through a full range of emotions from […]

May 09

IWIC Book Review of “2064 A Warning” by Russell Warnberg – “A dystopian wake-up call…”

What happens to the once most powerful nation in the world when it loses its values? When democracy is replaced by ideology? When freedom is redefined under the constraints of a controlling and centralized government? When the metrics for a good citizen are based on conformity and being politically correct? “2064 A Warning”, depicts a […]

May 06

IWIC Book Review: BETRAYED – by Carole McEntee-Taylor, “A WWII historical romance thriller with twists, turns and intrigue!”

BETRAYED – an historical WWII romance thriller by Carole McEntee-Taylor, is a story that grips you, with lots of twists and turns and intrigue. A lucid and brutal rendering about the horrors of war, racism and hatred where the only light that truly shines is the humanity and love of those who refuse to compromise […]

April 17

IWIC Book Review of CROSSCURRENTS by William Beck “This book is right up there with Clive Cussler and …”

Crosscurrents, by William Beck, is right up there with Clive Cussler and his adventuring wild man, Dirk Pitt. Filled with action and intrigue, the book carries the reader to the end because you just want to know what happens. Overview: Bryson McGann, the central figure in this book, and a member of NESSA, is having […]

April 08

IWIC Book Review: Damaged Waters: Shadows by Night, by Remy Blue

Damaged Waters: Shadows by Night, by Remy Blue, is a story that follows the bizzare happenings in a small town in Maine, where the protagonist, David Cummings, suddenly finds himself pitted against a demoness, a banshee, who forces him into a pact. David is obliged to do things he would never consider, horrible things, and […]

April 06

IWIC Book Review: The Catskinner – by Ross Clarke (pen-name rcheydn) “… on a par with Ken Follett … highly recommended.”

The Catskinner, by Ross Clarke, (pen-name rcheydn) is a novel on a par with Ken Follett. In this story, Hong Kong is on the cusp of passing legislation that will change the course of its history, as the thriving metropolis, built on trade, capitalism and democracy for over a century, now faces a change of guard […]

April 06

IWIC Book Spotlight on Buckland Gap – by Charles Wiltshire

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March 18

IWIC book review of How to Survive a Dead End Job by Wilson Jackson

  How to Survive a Dead End Job, by Wilson Jackson, is a gritty self-help book, one that pulls absolutely no punches and delivers a strong message when it comes to succeeding in the work-place and in a career. Based on his own experience and insights working in jobs, Wilson provides a down-to-earth narrative, sometimes […]