Monday, June 26, 2017

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BattleTech audio books on Audible

I have a rather lengthy commute to work and that means a lot of time to myself. I use this time to think about things. If I have nothing to think about, or I am too tired to think, I [...]

Book Reviews, Editorials, Fiction

The Mighty Captain Marvel #1 review

Carol Danvers is back as iconic Captain Marvel in The Mighty Captain Marvel #1. She’s dealing with the fallout of Civil War II as well as a few other distractions. Captain Marvel returns triumphant in The Mighty Captain Marvel #1, [...]

Book Reviews

Justice League of America Rebirth: Killer Frost #1 review

Batman is putting together a new Justice League of his very own, and he’s recruiting Killer Frost as one of the inaugural members. An exciting new era is about to begin in the Justice League of America following the events [...]

Book Reviews

DC Comics: Harley Quinn #12 review

Harley Quinn #12 brings the conclusion of the two-part “Joker Loves Harley” arc featuring Joker’s unexpected return in Harley’s life. As expected, hijinks ensue. “Joker Loves Harley” reaches its thrilling conclusion in Harley Quinn #12, the latest issue of one [...]

Book Reviews

The Matriarch: Changeling

Kevin A. Ranson’s The Matriarch: Changeling is the latest and greatest installment of the Matriarch series. Not only does the story’s plot thicken and rise to literary bliss, but it also gets to the meat of the action without any [...]

Arts and Literature, Book Reviews, Novels

Batgirl #42 Review

Batgirl #42: Review by Paul Bowler Life’s just got a whole lot more complicated for Barbara Gordon. Her dad’s the new robo-suited Batman, her roommate, Frankie, knows her secret and wants to help Batgirl fight crime, and now Livewire is [...]

Book Reviews, Entertainment

Active Voices-The Shiva Syndrome

Be prepared….  Debut author Alan Joshua’s The Shiva Syndrome isn’t a thriller in the typical sense. And that’s a good thing. The novel, Joshua’s fiction debut, certainly spares no expense in raising the stakes as the protagonist, former Special Forces [...]

Arts and Literature News, Book Reviews

The Prince by Sylvain Reynard (2015)

Publication Date: January 20, 2015 There is a whole other world that comes to life in Florence as soon as the sun goes down.  With The Prince, New York Times Bestselling author Sylvain Reynard launches the brand new Florentine Series [...]

Book Reviews

American Vampire Second Cycle #5 Review

The California Gold Rush saw thousands migrate west in hope of striking it rich. One poor unfortunate miner’s quest to make his fortune uncovers a horror unbound in Nevada, at a mining operation, where something ancient and evil has awakened. [...]

Arts and Literature, Book Reviews