Undead Unluck Vol 1

“I ain’t no zombie. I’m undead! Maybe you can snuff out my ridiculously long life!!”—from Undead Unluck Vol 1. Fuuko Izumi, nicknamed Unluck, has the power of unluck. Anyone who touches her skin-to-skin dies. When she meets the immortal Undead, she names him Andy. Andy hopes she can kill him.Continue Reading

The Wolf Mile

The Wolf Mile is a fast-paced mashup of The Hunger Games and Game of Thrones! Tyler is looking for his missing sister, Morgan. Lana is looking to heal after an assault at a college party. Both believe their answer lies within the Pantheon. The Pantheon is a collection of sevenContinue Reading

Sorrowland

Sorrowland is a completely unexpected, but ultimately disappointing, tale. Fifteen and pregnant, Vern runs away from everything she knows. The abusive husband and cult that she is fleeing hunts her down in the nearby woods, but she evades them. Meanwhile, Vern gives birth to twins while learning to live offContinue Reading

Hillbilly Epicurean

Well, that was different (in a mostly good way)! Hillbilly Epicurean is set in a bizarre governmental agency, the Chimerical Research Division. The Division looks for anomalous occurrences in reading materials both non-fiction and fictional. Denver, an entitled rich boy, is forced to work for the Division by his fatherContinue Reading

The Russian Cage

In an alternate future, Lizabeth “Gunnie” Rose goes to the Holy Russian Empire, now located in California and Oregon. Her goal is to help her sister, Felicia, find her boyfriend, Prince Eli. Eli, who is also Lizabeth’s former partner, is locked in The Russian Cage. But how can a GunnieContinue Reading

Mother for Dinner

Ready for a clever, totally politically incorrect, story of a whole hidden nationality within the United States? That’s right, the Can-Am people are not from Canada. They are Cannibal-Americans from the Old Country. Which Old Country? They don’t remember. They do remember their rituals. Especially about having Mother for Dinner,Continue Reading

Slaughter House-Five

BaSlaughterhouse-Five has been described as the best anti-war novel surpassing both The Red Badge of Courage and Catch-22. When it was initially published in 1969, its timing was pitch-perfect with IRL anti-war protests over Vietnam hitting their stride. The novel is about a bumbling Chaplin named Billy caught by theContinue Reading

Where Dreams Descend

I absolutely loved The Night Circus. When I saw Where Dreams Descend listed on NetGalley and compared to one of my favorite books, I picked it up. While they both have similar topics, this is no Night Circus. It seemed over long and really slow-paced. Admittedly, I am not aContinue Reading

The Complete Grimm's Fairy Tales

With 201 fairy tales and ten children’s legends, The Complete Grimm’s Fairy Tales really is complete! There are also 50 colorful illustrations and 64 in black and white to make the tales come to light. First of all, these tales have an earlier sense of what is an appropriate storyContinue Reading