My Book Reviews


The Clockwork Giant by Brooke Johnson
"This is a good first novel, but it could have been so much better. "

The Dragon and the Crow by T. B. McKenzie
"The story is fascinating and the twists and turns kept me interested all the way to last sentence—which was a shocker."

Brigitta of the White Forest by Danika Dinsmore
"The writing style is engaging and professional, drawing the reader in and holding attention."

Grace Under Fire by Frog and Esther Jones
"I would have been very disappointed if it hadn't been good. I was not disappointed."

Telepaths and Traitors by K.J. Blaine
"Once I got past the slow beginning, I really got into their stories and it became difficult to put it down."

Hard Time by K.J. Blaine
"The second half of the book is a completely separate story that reads like it should have been a whole other book."

Firedancer by S.A. Bolich
"I loved this book. I devoured the pages like the Ancient fire devours all in its path."

Windrider by S.A. Bolich
"I blew through it in a couple of days and I want more."


Heartless by Anne Elisabeth Stengl
"Princess Una is the most pathetic, passive main character I've read in quite a while."

Sasha by Joel Shepherd
"She doesn't know it, but she is destined to become a hero, a saviour, of both peoples. Yes, it is that clich├ęd. But I didn't really mind."


A Single Thread by Marie Bostwick
"I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes to read character-driven stories."


Coronets and Steel by Sherwood Smith
"The characters are so real I wept and laughed along with them."


A Thread of Truth by Marie Bostwick
"There are some themes that may be disturbing to some, and this is definitely not a story for children."

The False Prince by Jennifer A. Nielsen
"I found myself grinning like an idiot as I read the "big reveal," and I often roll my eyes and sigh at those."

The Runaway King by Jennifer A. Nielsen
"The plot isn't too predictable, although the ending isn't quite as much of a surprise as the first book was."

The Orb of Truth by Brae Wyckoff
"I couldn't finish this book. It was painful to read."

Rescuing Lacey by Rebecca Heflin
"Too much predictability bores me."

Stones of Remembrance by Julie Presley
"A good editor could make this book shine, but right now it’s a bit of a mess."

The Three Little Pigs Get an Extreme Home Makeover & other Modern Mash-ups by Caprice Hokstad
"Over all, this was a good and clever retelling of the classic tales."

Strength by Carrie Butler
"I gave the book 2 stars because of the potential promised in the first little bit. Unfortunately, I can't give it more than 2 stars, because the last bit didn't live up to that potential."

Reborn by Cherie Reich
"I just couldn't get into it."

Freak of Nature by Julia Crane
"This book really desperately needed a good proofreader and editor before it was published."

Seaborn by S.A. Bolich
"This book was just as good as the first two, and now I cannot wait to read the fourth in the series."

Before Midnight by Jennifer Blackstream
"It's not a terrible book, but it's not very good either."

The Dragon King and I by Adrianne Brooks
"This book contains a lot of references to rape."

The Thirteenth Hour by Joshua Blum
"In a lot of ways, this book is cool and different, taking overused fantasy tropes and turning them on their heads."

Lead Me Not by Ann Gallagher
"I would highly recommend it, and I will likely read it again."

Keeping Long Island by Courtney Peppernell
"I usually don't like the conceit of a book written in diary entries, but wow. This one was so well done."


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