Tag: indie

Immortown by Lily Markova (2015 Review)

Famous actress Freya Auror suddenly finds herself in a very odd town where the townsfolk spend all their time consuming powerful substances and killing themselves. She soon discovers she’s trapped, yet not all hope is lost. Maybe there’s a way out for her, a way to escape the clutches of Immortown. Or just maybe she’ll remain there until she fades…

Erinyes by George Saoulidis (2016 Review)

Egotistical Mahi is beyond ecstatic when she’s presented with a new phone by her father; it’s top of the line and a new model, one that offers tech never yet seen before. However unbeknownst to the selfie-loving youth, there’s more to the phone than meets the eye.

The Rift by R.J. Clark

Matt Faustus, whose very soul is connected to a high ranking fiend, finds himself neck-deep in a new case – one he accepted despite being warned about the possible ramifications. A little girl is missing, abducted by the family’s house-cleaning demon, and it’s his job to find her. Eager to earn that paycheck, Matt’s enthusiasm soon lands him in trouble within the Hellspawn society, though that sure doesn’t stop him.