Review: Goblins, Book 1 by Melanie Tushmore

Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5 In the 17th Century, the ancient sprawl of Epping forest is bursting with magic and those who go unseen by human eyes: the elves who rule the summer court, and the goblins who rule the winter court. It is said that if a human catches the eye of one… Continue reading Review: Goblins, Book 1 by Melanie Tushmore

Review: When Dachshunds Ruled the Serengeti by Michael Murphy

Rating: 3.75 stars out of 5 It is the first day of Jose’s collegiate life and he’s terrified.  The older of nine children, Jose Lopez is the son of migrant workers, born in California and familiar only with the states his family worked through and the transitory life that comes with being part of a… Continue reading Review: When Dachshunds Ruled the Serengeti by Michael Murphy

Review: Aria of the Eclipse by Vivien Dean

Rating: 4.75 stars out of 5 For over 20 years Dek has lived in captivity, caged like the songbird he is presumed to be.  Captured and sold to various buyers since the age of 13, Dek has long given up trying to speak and now the only sounds he makes are songs, music that he… Continue reading Review: Aria of the Eclipse by Vivien Dean