The story follows Veronica Chandler, a 19-year-old Albertan detective, as she is sent after a supposedly cheating husband; although, as with most detective stories, all was not as it seemed. In the second book of the series, Veronica was once again forced into a supernatural situation beyond her immediate control.
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I tried to come up with a “X meets Y” comparison in attempt to explain how amazing I thought this book was, but it just wasn’t possible. Because Furr is not like anything I’ve read before. It’s fantasy, it’s poetic, it’s descriptive, and it shouldn’t have ended.
I can honestly say that I’ve never read anything quite like From Moon to Joshua. It’s an odd combination of Hunger Games meets the Wild West meets Supernatural.
The Forgotten Folio Society was established over 30 years ago by a handful of like-minded friends interested in finding and archiving long lost stories and artifacts from around the world. Recently the society decided...
Konn Lavery is a Canadian horror and dark fantasy writer who is known for his Mental Damnation series. The second book, Dream, reached the Edmonton Journal’s top five selling fictional books list.
I met Konn Lavery, the author of the Mental Damnation series, before I read Reality. I’ll admit, his elevator pitch game is strong, and I was really excited to dig into this horror fantasy book.
This is part 4 of “The Odd Bureau” story series from Forgotten Folios Society. If you missed the previous parts, you can find part 1 here, part 2 here, and part 3 here! Review ...
Blight of Exiles is book one in the Helix series. The action packed narrative will keep you reading for hours and have you picking up book 2 as soon as you’ve finished book 1.
Rob Boffard is a South African author who splits his time between London, Vancouver and Johannesburg. He is an award-winning journalist who has written for publications such as The Guardian, Wired and io9. Tracer is his first novel.
Admittedly, this book was on my shelf, unread, for far too long. Now that I’ve read it, I’m kicking myself for not reading it sooner. If I had, I’d have already read books two and three in the series—in one sitting, if I could clear my schedule.