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    {ARC Review} Dreamwalker by Russell James

    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 Russell James Published by Samhain Publishing on January 6, 2015 Genres: Horror Pages: 274 Format: eARC Buy on Amazon Two realities. One hope. What if you lived in two worlds, and could die in either? Pete Holm can. He is a dreamwalker, able to travel to the realm of dreams, including the devastated world of Twin Moon City, where an evil voodoo spirit holds living souls in terror with his army of the walking dead. In the waking world, drug lord Jean…

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    {Review} Camp Arcanum by Josef Matulich

    Published by Post Mortem Press Genres: Supernatural Pages: 303 Format: eARC Buy on Amazon Goodreads Marc, the main character, and his assistants were an interesting bunch, bringing craftiness, humor, and brawn to this colorful story. The writing was done well and flowed smoothly. I was able to coast through this read fairly quick. I found the love aspect to be lacking as I thought there might have been some magic behind the attraction as it happened so quickly. Brenwyn had many secrets that she could not/would not share, making certain situations harder than they should have been. While there was nothing really “wrong” with this read, I just didn’t find…

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    {Review} Surviving the Crash by Patrick Rutigliano

    by Patrick Rutigliano Published by Retro Rocket Press on June 10th, 2014 Genres: Apocalyptic, Horror, Urban Fantasy Pages: 284 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads Everything you need to know about Patrick Rutigliano’s new book, Surviving the Crash, is contained within its succinct blurb. Soon after the stock market crash of 1929, indescribable horrors emerged from the darkness of night to begin devouring man, and it’s up to a group of well organised gangsters to beat back the night and carve out a niche for what remains of humanity within the limits of New York City. In essence, if the preceding paragraph grabs you, then do yourself a favour and…

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    {Review} Night Terrors by Tim Waggoner

    by Tim Waggoner Published by Angry Robot on May 27, 2014 Genres: Dark Fantasy Pages: 352 Format: eARC Buy on Amazon Goodreads The story was gripping at first and the creativity of what Mr. Waggoner displayed on the page by the world-building, weapons, and characters, both human and created, was a real fantastical treat.The story seemed to fizzle out for me as some reads do when new weapons, worlds, and other things need to be introduced and explained. I have to say that it was overdone in this particular book and it did take away from the pacing of the story.With the main character, Audra, being human and fighting with…

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    {Review} Days Gone Bad (Vesik, #1) by Eric R. Asher

    Genres: Urban Fantasy Format: eBook Buy on Amazon I’m just going to jump right in. The plot was weaker than a newborn baby’s┬áneck. The story had no forward moving plot points to get the story going. At 30% we finally get moving. Oh, so, slowly. The main character, Damian, likes to joke a lot. A lot of said jokes came across forced and fell flat. This read had a definite newbie vibe to it. There were time jumps, scenes where not enough info was given, no-depth characters, and repeated words/phrases. To top it off, Damian, the fledgling necromancer, could barely cast a spell (or whatever he’s supposed to do) and…