Erotic Literature & Fiction Reviews
Stallard’s wholly believable narrative captures the setting of Epping Forest and London Town perfectly, as does their representation of 18th Century British Society. Irrepressibly entertaining, one can imagine frolics in leafy glades as the protagonists explore the complicated negotiations of sexual desire in the fresh English countryside.
Family Saga Fiction Reviews
Taking its readers deep into the souls of its characters in an immersive and exciting read, D.M Williams’s latest novel ‘Definition of Flawless’, steps outside the boundaries of normality as it takes us on a journey of whirlwind romance, thrilling mystery and endless twists and turns, whilst filling the spaces between with the day to day business of living.
Christian Fiction Thrillers
A hugely entertaining thriller laced through with the dark shards of religious extremism Keating delivers another intriguing network of dramatic tripwires to tease the mind and quicken the pulse as Pastor Stephen Grant finds a historical mission for the CIA has unimaginable consequences.
Coming of Age Fantasy Fiction Reviews
A kaleidoscope of medieval fantasy Howard returns with book 2 in his Griffin Legends series to once again deliver the kind of rousing, large-scale adventure that marks the best sword and sorcery epics and finds Godfrey’s resolve tested beyond anything he could have imagined.
90-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads
A welcome addition to A.D. Lewis’s plethora of creative offerings, ‘A king amongst us’ reveals its literary strength from the start, weaving language devices with a convincing central character to create powerful imagery and an immersive sensory experience.
Arab & Middle Eastern Biographies
In this beautifully written and insightful personal account, Sara Fashandi leads us through the childhood and the coming of age of her older brother, Mohsen.
Best Selling Memoirs
Why should we care about these personal experiences, of the reminiscing of an individual with whom we have no obvious connection?
History of U.S. Immigration
Measured in his prose Stephen Watts gives us a dense, intricate read but unlike many historical biographies which are sketchy in the way they deal with the world beyond their principal character, Watts adds a compelling element of social texture with the inclusion of Charles Watts’ many letters.
Fantasy & Magic for Children Book Reviews
Joining his other titles, ‘The Nicknocker’, penned by author and illustrator Tracy Sabin, is another engrossing tale of magical adventure. Written in a believable ‘boy-like’ fashion, The Nicknocker takes its young readers on a fantasy journey, where they meet other-worldly creatures, such as Kahlo, a shapeshifting Nicknocker, Tumblewort, the grumpy old oak, and Redcap, the bloodsucking dissident of the Elven world.
Historical Fiction Action and Adventure
Authentically capturing a bygone era in which women were viewed as the prizes in a male game Strange Eden is a showdown between its style and story. Combining Giordano’s slick, high-tension writing with the values and sexual stereotyping of a bygone era whilst reminding us of love’s sometimes harrowing consequences in times past.