Since the dawn of flight, anyone that ever stepped onto the deck of an airship is one of two things: running away from trouble, or flying towards it. The young Vasili Mikhailovich, the mediocre son of the fallen hero and airship captain Anton Mikhailovich, has the misfortune of being in both camps. You ever experience […]Lire la suite de "**1/2 The Apotheosis Break, by Josh Rhoades & Mike Rutledge"
It is New Year’s Day at King Arthur’s court, and a mysterious knight in green arrives at the holiday feast with a peculiar demand. He challenges anyone present to strike a blow against him with his fearsome great axe – but on the condition that, in one year’s time, he may deliver the same blow […]Lire la suite de "***** Gawain and the Green Knight by Emily Cheeseman"
Three warriors asked the sun to grant them wishes of immortality to protect their people forever. One was turned into a merman, another was turned into a tree, and final warrior was turned into a stone. Juniper Sawfeather has learned there is truth to this American Indian legend. She knows how it connects the mermaids […]Lire la suite de "**** Echo of the Cliffs, by D. G. Driver"
“Ask him about his wives.” Caroline Daniels must marry, and marry well. But in her remote corner of England eligible suitors are few and far between, and none hold a candle to her closest friend, Diana Fitzroy. When Sir Edward Masterson arrives, he seems the answer to Caroline’s financial worries, though she instinctively dislikes the […]Lire la suite de "**** Harkworth Hall, by L.S. Johnson"
The Eighth Story. Nineteen Years Later. It was always difficult being Harry Potter and it isn’t much easier now that he is an overworked employee of the Ministry of Magic, a husband, and father of three school-age children. While Harry grapples with a past that refuses to stay where it belongs, his youngest son Albus […]Lire la suite de "ZERO stars: Harry Potter and The Cursed Child, by Jack Thorne"
Rex Vis Tjin’s life has never been normal. Not every kid spent their summer vacations learning tactics on paintball fields, or could strip down a .9mm and put it back together at military-acceptable speed, or had really good instincts for knowing things…including when to get out of the line of fire. By the time Rex […]Lire la suite de "**** Ashlesha, by Jer Keene"