Dracul, by Dacre Stoker and J. D. Barker

Genre: Horror Publisher: Putnam Published: 2018 Reviewer Rating:  Reviewer: David L. Felts Have you read this book? Dacre Stoker is a real-life descendant of Bram Stoker, the great-grandnephew of the author who penned Dracula, the book the introduced us to Count Dracula, arguable one of the most famous horror icons …

The Hunger, by Alma Katsu

Genre:  Alternate History Publisher: G.P. Putnam’s Sons Published: 2018 Reviewer Rating:  Reviewer: David L. Felts Have you read this book? I want to further slice the genre here. I regard alternate history as a sub-genre of speculative fiction. An example might be stories where Germany won World War II. The …

Keeper of the Watch, by Kristen L. Jackson

Genre: Fantasy Publisher:  Black Rose Writing Published: 2018 Reviewer Rating:  Reviewer: SJ Higbee Have you read this book? This one caught my eye owing to the fabulous cover and the idea of time travelling via a tatty old watch. Chase Walker is beginning to doubt his own sanity. From the …

The Sky Is Yours, by Chandler Klang Smith

Genre: Science Fantasy Publisher:  Hogarth Published: 2018 Reviewer Rating:  Reviewer: David L. Felts Have you read this book? The Sky Is Yours, by Chandler Klang Smith, is an interesting book that defies easy categorization, blending as it does elements of science fiction and fantasy, and liberally seasoned with a dystopian …

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 …