Book Reviews

Iris by Andrew Gates

My Review Iris is a character driven story that takes place entirely in the depths of the ocean. The last of mankind fled to the bottom of the sea after the land became too toxic for human survival. It begins with an explorative expedition with two navy personnel,...

Stormhaven Rising by Eric Michael Craig

My Review I should begin this review by saying that I am totally fascinated by the whole 'asteroid heading to Earth' concept. I've watched numerous films and read every work of fiction I can featuring asteroids in this very scenario, so when Stormhaven Rising was...

Fragmented by Madeline Dyer

My review: Fragmented is the second book in Madeline Dyer's Untamed series. It picks up where the first left off, and charts the progress of Seven and Corin, amongst others. I have to say, while I 'liked' Untamed, the first book in the series, I absolutely loved...

First Contact by Dawn Chapman (Review)

First Contact is the second book in Dawn Chapman’s science fiction series, The Secret King and continues to chart the progress of the Aonise as they search for a new home. Their journey – so far – has been fraught with danger, and at times, some close calls, but...

Guilty by Association by E.A.Copen

Everything’s bigger in Texas…Including the monsters. When a young werewolf is murdered on the Paint Rock Supernatural Reservation, the local cops think it’s a drug deal gone bad. BSI agent Judah Black knows better. An occult expert, she knows magick is at work from...

Review: Equivocal Destines by Raymond Clarke

Equivocal Destines is one of many books I've listed on this website but never really found the time to read it, except now I have, and what a great little read it turned out to be, well, not so much of the little... In a world plagued by hordes warped by magic into...

Reviews

Indiescififantasy (aka - me) isn't very good at writing reviews, and I have therefore been talking to some up and coming reviewers who have given me permission to display snippets of their reviews. I only host the sample - any clicks on the title will take you to the...

Review: Lesser Evil by P.F.Davids

Lesser Evil P.F.Davids contacted me to ask if I would read Lesser Evil and provide an honest review in exchange for a copy, however, it is available on Kindle Unlimited so I obtained the book via this method. Kester is one of the last surviving defenders of the Church...

The Soul Conductor

It should come as no surprise to anyone who knows C.S.Evans that the Soul Conductor is placed in a medieval setting – except it’s not your every day, run-of-the-mill sort of medieval. From the very first page the reader becomes embroiled in the lives of the Soul...