Tag: book review

Altered Carbon by Richard K. Morgan

After being fatally shot in the chest, Takeshi Kovacs finds himself resleeved into a body in Bay City, wanted for a specific job by a very notable client. It would be stupid to decline, so now it’s up to him to solve a mystery… Continue Reading “Altered Carbon by Richard K. Morgan”

The Year of the Witching by Alexis Henderson

Unquestionable submission is expected from the women of Bethel, especially for one such as Immanuelle Moore, whose very existence is a sin. Since she can remember, she’s always felt like an outsider despite being a devoted member of the flock, and unknown to even… Continue Reading “The Year of the Witching by Alexis Henderson”

Ritual by Steve Stred

Brad’s a hardworking telemarketer, but he’s also the Chosen One, and soon enough he won’t have to sell over-priced products and tolerate his irritating coworker. Counting down the days on the calendar, he continues with his strict routine until the time finally arrives when… Continue Reading “Ritual by Steve Stred”