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    {Review} Jade Sky by Patrick Freivald

    by Patrick Freivald Published by JournalStone Genres: Sci-Fi, Thriller, Urban Fantasy The following is based on an ecopy of the book provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Opening in the midst of a significant firefight and rarely letting up the pace for more than a brief gasp of badly-needed air, Jade Sky follows a group of augmented commandos who work to make the world safer by ridding it of a nasty drug by the name of Jade. Along the way they battle other augmented foes that have gone mad as a result of their augmentations, and whom need to be stopped in a permanent way if…

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    {Review} Cruelty (Episode One) by Edward Lorn

    I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.by Edward Lorn Genres: Horror Pages: 53 Format: eARC Buy on Amazon Goodreads I agree with another reviewer that the less we know about the “bad guys” the better. Especially in a situation where he/it is constantly terrorizing the “good guys/gals.” It may make some readers lose a certain amount of fear or suspense since they already know who’s coming. On the other hand, Edward writes his characters with such Edwardism (that’s realism E. Lorn style) that their emotions seem palpable. Edward excels…

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    Review: Dead or Alive by William Harms

    Dead or Alive by William Harms on 30th March 2012 Genres: Horror Pages: 212 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads The melding of genres is a tricky business. Too much of one and the reader can often be left disappointed. Too little of either and it all seems a bit pointless. William Harms in his western-zombie mash tries his level best to find the right mix between two beloved genres, and the result is a partially successful mixture of classic western tropes and typical zombie mayhem. Dead or Alive follows John and Paul, two brothers who are chalk and cheese but have no-one other than each other as they attempt…