African Influence · Audiobook · Authors/Writers · Book Review · Book Spoilers · Books · Family · Family Dynamics · Fantasy · Favorite Books · identity · LGBTQ · Military Fiction · Reading · Religion · Review · Sequel · speculative fiction

Why You Need to Read: “The Fires of Vengeance”

The Burning, #2: The Fires of Vengeance By: Evan Winter                                                                     Audiobook: 15 hours 32 minutes Published: November 10, 2020                                              Narrated by: Prentice Onayemi Genre: Epic Fantasy/Military Fantasy ***WARNING: This review contains some minor spoilers from the previous book in this series.                            You have been warned.             You call me a monster because I won’t let you treat me like… Continue reading Why You Need to Read: “The Fires of Vengeance”

ARCs · Audiobook · Authors/Writers · Book Review · Book Spoilers · Books · Family · Family Dynamics · Fantasy · Favorite Books · First in a Series · Freedom · Gender Roles · humanity · identity · Reading · religious beliefs · Review · Sequel · speculative fiction · Trilogy

Why You Need to Read: “The Empire’s Ruin”

Ashes of the Unhewn Throne, #1: The Empire’s Ruin By: Brian Staveley Published: July 6, 2021 Genre: Epic Fantasy             “But it can’t be coincidence, can it? The Annurians burn down the Purple Baths and then, the very next morning, these naked fools show up talking about an attacking army,” (5).              When an individual reads a work of… Continue reading Why You Need to Read: “The Empire’s Ruin”

Authors/Writers · Book Review · Book Spoilers · Books · Education · Family · Family Dynamics · Favorite Books · Horror · identity · Literary Awards · Literature · mystery · Parents and Parenting · Reading · Review · Science Fiction · Sequel · speculative fiction · Technology · Terrorism · Time

Why You Need to Read: “The Survival of Molly Southbourne”

Molly Southbourne #2: The Survival of Molly Southbourne By: Tade Thompson Published: July 9, 2019 Genre: Horror, Science Fiction, Sequel  WARNING: Spoilers from The Murders of Molly Southbourne and The Survival of Molly Southbourne. You have been warned.             Molly Southbourne was a freak whose blood grew genetically identical duplicates of her. One drop of blood, and a new… Continue reading Why You Need to Read: “The Survival of Molly Southbourne”