Apr 26

COVER REVEAL | The Infernal Battalion – Django Wexler

Dear readers, I am incredibly excited to delight you with a cover reveal. Django Wexler is an author who, in my mind, has revitalized epic fantasy. He’s blazed his own trail with a series that is long, detailed, and surprising. I’ve recently been rereading the whole thing, and I have fallen in love with it …

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Apr 25

April has sucked.

I’ve really had one hell of a month. Things started out well enough. I met with a pain management doctor who not only is very reluctant to prescribe medication (which is why I was really afraid to go to a pain management clinic. I was afraid they’d throw Percocet down my throat until I was …

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Apr 10

SPFBO | The Grey Bastards – Jonathan French

About the Book LIVE IN THE SADDLE. DIE ON THE HOG. Such is the creed of the half-orcs dwelling in the Lot Lands. Sworn to hardened brotherhoods known as hoofs, these former slaves patrol their unforgiving country astride massive swine bred for war. They are all that stand between the decadent heart of noble Hispartha …

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Apr 03

Blitzed: Drugs in the Third Reich – Norman Ohler

About the Book A fast-paced narrative that discovers a surprising perspective on World War II: Nazi Germany’s all-consuming reliance on drugs. The Nazi regime preached an ideology of physical, mental, and moral purity. But as Norman Ohler reveals in this gripping new history, the Third Reich was saturated with drugs. On the eve of World …

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Mar 29

Pill City – Kevin Deutsch

NOTE: I wrote a glowing review of this book and then someone sent me this link, regarding a controversy I wasn’t aware of. This book may be complete fabricated crap, which really pisses me off, however, it’s already online so I figured I’d keep it there with the link and a note where my absolute …

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Mar 28

The Romanovs – Simon Sebag Montefiore

About the Book The Romanovs were the most successful dynasty of modern times, ruling a sixth of the world’s surface for three centuries. How did one family turn a war-ruined principality into the world’s greatest empire? And how did they lose it all? This is the intimate story of twenty tsars and tsarinas, some touched …

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Mar 27


You may or may not have noticed that the header on my website has been changed. There’s a reason for this. I’ve been in a huge funk recently. I love my website, and I love reviewing books, but I’m feeling a bit caged, a little locked in, and this is making me feel just completely sick …

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Mar 20

The Dragon’s Legacy – Deborah A. Wolf

About the Book The last Aturan King is dying, and as his strength fades so does his hold on sa and ka. Control of this power is a deadly lure; the Emperor stirs in his Forbidden City to the East, while deep in the Seared Lands, the whispering voices of Eth bring secret death. Eight men and women take their first …

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Mar 14

The Shadow Soul – Kaitlyn Davis

About the Book When Jinji’s home is destroyed, she is left with nowhere to run and no one to run to–until she meets Rhen, a prince chasing rumors that foreign enemies have landed on his shores. Masquerading as a boy, Jinji joins Rhen with vengeance in her heart. But traveling together doesn’t mean trusting one …

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Mar 09

Red Equinox – Douglas Wynne

About the Book The Red Equinox has dawned, and the old gods who have slept for aeons are stirring. Urban explorer and photographer Becca Philips was raised in the shadow of Miskatonic University, steeped in the mysteries of her late grandmother’s work in occult studies. But what she thought was myth becomes all too real …

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