Book Reviews

Review: The Lycetta Legacy by SJ Oaksley

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The Lycetta Legacy, Book One, by SJ Oaksley is a clever new addition to the young adult fantasy genre. Julia Lynch is a seventeen-year-old girl who thinks she has a normal life. Like most teens her age, she hates her part-time job and enjoys spending time with her friends. Julia and her mother are really close, especially after the tragic ... Read More »

Review: Suicide Lettres by Jack O’Riley

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Suicide Lettres, a book of twenty short stories is the brilliant and dark debut by Fargo-based writer Jack O’Riley. Starting with an unbelievably imaginative and original tale, this is the showcase of a talented writer. These stories are so unusual that they take the reader into a world of lives twisted and broken by their own doing, spirals that fall ... Read More »

Review: The Supplement Guide: An Unbiased Review of the Best and Worst Sports Supplements by Tim Mielke

The Supplement Guide: An Unbiased Review of the Best and Worst Sports Supplements by Tim Mielke

The Supplement Guide: An Unbiased Review of the Best and Worst Sports Supplements by Tim Mielke is a revised edition of a previous publication, The Book of Supplement Secrets: A Beginner’s Guide to Nutritional Supplements, an insider guide to the pros and cons of the supplement industry, and the common lies bought into by consumers. The book has been rewritten, ... Read More »

Review: When Elves Die by Richard Poche

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When Elves Die is the debut novel of author Richard Poche.  It’s a traditional medieval fantasy tale, with all the mainstays and characterizations that are expected from the dark fantasy genre. Here we have tribal clans of elves, cruel, brutish orcs, violent martial barbarians, evil witches, pure princesses, and even vampire-like creatures called killtooths.  In essence, When Elves Die is ... Read More »