Book Reviews Dropped on Your Lap

Well it’s two days late, but it’s finally here: Indie and More Book Review episode 3.

You can grab it here.

This week the focus was on fantasy. Below are the books up for review. If you’re interested in knowing more about any of the books, click the author’s name to be taken to their web page, or the book cover to find it on Amazon.

Soul Sacrifice by K. C. May

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Fantasy, novella

4 Stars

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Bastard’s Grace by Wendy Palmer

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Fantasy noir, war, novel

5 Stars

*

Clockwork Romance by Skye Dragen

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Steampunk, m-m erotica, romance, novella

4 Stars

*

Doubtful by Gabriel Lucatero

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Paranormal, suspense, novella

3 Stars

*

Kings of Infinite Space: the Hunt for Alina Meridon by Francis Franklin

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Fantasy, science fiction, epic, novel

4 stars

Novella length Hrana here

*

Some of you may be glad to hear I have run out of m-m eromance for the time being. 😀

That’s not all the news, but between moving house and having to make the podcast this weekend, I’m really running behind schedule. Check in again tomorrow, when the new reading list will be up, and and AND I’ll give you details of a Christmas raffle where you can win a whole stack of e-books. They aren’t really stocking fillers, being electronic, but they’ll surely give you some excuse to hide in your bedroom over Christmas.

Until then, read on!

Just a note on the rating system I use for the podcast. It’s a little different to how I review normally. Usually I give books points for how much I enjoyed the story combined with the deftness of technical aspects such as character development, punctuation, etc. For the show however I try to consider what the author set out to do with the book, and rate the book according to how well that was achieved. I try not to consider my personal preferences, but rather rate the book based on how far it goes towards being as good as it could be.

However, any rating system is subjective, and I encourage you to pick up any book you think will be interesting.

Peace out.

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About Anneque D. Machelle

Anneque "Dangerpus" Machelle (rhymes with ranger wuss) is a rebel and a rogue from way out west. Strictly banned from interactions with other human beings, she spends her days amongst molluscs, dogs and lizards, whom she counts as her closest friends.

Posted on December 8, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Nice podcast – I do enjoy your humour.

    Thanks for the review. I think I’ll be glowing all day now.

    There are certain quirks about the writing with Hrana’s POV that stick out; the parentheses are used a little excessively…

  1. Pingback: The dusty gold of an unsolicited review | Francis James Franklin (Alina Meridon)

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