As a taster for the main novel, it is certainly written well enough to make me look at the full book and see what happens next.
...shades of the early work of Jack Yeovil in this very dark fantasy that kept me turning pages right to the end.
For anyone who likes reading mysteries to try and solve it before the main characters, this is one for you.
A paranormal romance let down by the lack of character.
British crime readers, police procedural fans, and even mystery fans might really want to check out this,
I was nearly late for a doctor's appointment because I couldn't put it down. Sci-fi fans, you won't regret reading it.
Funny poems to keep children amused for hours (or possibly big kids of any age given how much some of our members were laughing.)
if you are looking for a sampler, the writing is good, the characters have potential, and there's a lot of promise, just no ending...
Fans of the Weird West genre and variations on urban paranormal might like this...
Midway between fantasy and satire, it is the weaker part of either.
A fun cozy mystery for an afternoon's read, that keeps an itch scratched for another hour.
Horror fans may enjoy this, but it is a very short story and doesn't focus on the actions enough to appeal to crime readers.
An intriguing set of stories that make me curious to read more.
Paranormal fans might like this very short story, particularly urban fantasy readers.
If you can get past the unconventional formatting, crime, and even literary fiction readers, should pick this one up.
It is a good YA sci-fi novel, which might appeal to readers of the Hunger Games due to the active female lead and the battle against a dystopian society.