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War World, by Rod C. Spence

Genre:  Science Fantasy Publisher:  Gallant Press Published: 2017 Reviewer Rating:  Reviewer:  David L. Felts Have you read this book? I like science fiction and fantasy, so finding an offering that combines both is always fun. Think Moorcock’s Hawkmoon series, Herbert’s Dune, Eye of the Storm, King’s Black Tower stuff, or …

The Odds, by Robert J. Peterson

Genre:  Science Fiction Publisher:  California Coldblood Published: 2014 Reviewer Rating:  Reviewer:  Michael D. Griffiths Have you read this book? The Odds by, Robert J. Peterson, is a Science Fiction novel set in the distant future where the desert of Nevada is a few hundred degrees during the day and a …

Shadow Weaver, by MarcyKate Connolly

Genre: Fantasy Publisher:  Sourcebooks Jabberwocky Published: 2018 Reviewer Rating:  Reviewer: SJ Higbee Have you read this book? I was drawn to this one by the lovely cover and interesting premise. The idea of using shadows to weave magic intrigued me so I requested it from Netgalley. Emmeline has grown up …

The Progress of Mankind, by Raymund Eich

Genre:  Science Fiction Publisher:  CV-2 Books Published: 2018 Reviewer Rating:  Reviewer:  David L. Felts Have you read this book? It’s the 22nd century and humanity has developed wormhole technology, using the wormholes as gateways to colony worlds. And, after a rough 21st century, these colony worlds are rapidly becoming dumping grounds …

Tarot of Hate, by Antonio Simon, Jr.

Genre:  Horror Publisher:  Darkwater Syndicate Published: 2017 Reviewer Rating:  Reviewer:  David L. Felts Have you read this book? In Tarot of Hate, Antonio Simon, Jr., serves up a tasty smörgåsbord of eight horror tales, spanning sub-genres from the surreal to the too-real. Table of Contents Dogfaced Eve – a man trapped …

Slasher Sam, by Simon Petersen

Genre:  Horror Publisher:  Darkwater Syndicate Published: 2017 Reviewer Rating:  Reviewer:  David L. Felts Have you read this book? Slasher Sam, by Simon Petersen is a fun tongue-in-check take on the serial killer subculture, primarily as it’s represented in late 70’s and early 80’s slasher movies. Peterson draws inspiration from a slew …

Fade Out, by Patrick Tilley

Genre:  Science Fiction Publisher:  Bloomsbury Reader Published: 2017 Reviewer Rating:  Reviewer:  SJ Higbee Have you read this book? I saw the funky cover and was hungry for some science fiction, so requested this one. It wasn’t until I featured it as a Tuesday Teaser, I realized it was a re-release …

Dead of Winter, by Brian Moreland

Genre:  Horror Publisher:  Samhain Published: 2012 Reviewer Rating:  Reviewer:  Michael D. Griffiths Have you read this book? Dead of Winter, by Brain Moreland proved to be a real treat of me. Between liking horror more as Fall envelopes us and finding out Samhain Publishing has closed their doors, I dug …

The Imaginarium Machine, by John Adrian Tomlin

Genre: Fantasy Anthology Publisher:  Xlibris Published: 2017 Reviewer Rating: Not Rated Reviewer: David L. Felts Have you read this book? If you’ve been reading my reviews on SFReader, you might have noticed that The Imaginarium Machine, by John Adrian Tomlin, has a different rating from my others: Not Rated. That’s became I …

World of Fire, by James Lovegrove

Genre: Science Fiction Publisher:  Solaris Published: 2014 Reviewer Rating:  Reviewer: SJ Higbee Have you read this book? I had already read the enjoyable World of Water which happens to be the second in the series–and spotted that I actually had the first book in my TBR pile… Dev Harmer, reluctant agent …

If We Had Known, edited by Mike McPhail

Genre: Science Fiction Anthology Publisher: eSpec Books Published: 2017 Reviewer Rating:  Reviewer:  David L. Felts Have you read this book? If We Had Known, edited by Mike McPhail, presents thirteen stories of humanity’s future, each one (some more than others) exploring the theme of if we had know what would …

The Die Is Cast, edited by Greg Schauer

Genre: Military Science Fiction Publisher: eSpec Books Published: 201 Reviewer Rating:  Reviewer:  David L. Felts Have you read this book? The Die Is Cast, edited by Greg Schauer, contains 10 stories by Mike McPahil and Danielle Ackley-McPhail. Although The Die Is Cast was published in 2017, most of the stories …

Yesterday’s Dreams, by Danielle Ackley-McPhail

Genre: Urban Fantasy Publisher: eSpec Books Published: 2017 Reviewer Rating:  Reviewer:  David L. Felts Have you read this book? In Yesterday’s Dreams, by Danielle Ackley-McPhail, Kara O’Keefe, overwhelmed by the expenses of her father’s cancer treatments, finds herself forced to give up the violin passed down to her by her …

The Halfling’s Court, by Danielle Ackley-McPhail

Genre:  Urban Fantasy Publisher:  eSpec Books Published: 2017 Reviewer Rating:  Reviewer:  David L. Felts Have you read this book? To condense the official blurb: In The Halfling’s Court, by Danielle Ackley-McPhail, Lance Cosain is the halfling (as in half-human, half-elf, not the Middle Earth kind) leader of The Wild Hunt …