Category: Book Reviews

Born to Lose. Live to Win – A Review of Lemmy by Mick Wall

“We are Motorhead. And we play rock and roll.” – Lemmy Kilmister A lot of people, when looking at Lemmy would say that he’s just a rough looking old rock star, and they may not be that far off the mark. For me though,… Continue Reading “Born to Lose. Live to Win – A Review of Lemmy by Mick Wall”

Fan of Horror? Read Paradise, Maine by Jackson R. Thomas

Welcome to Paradise! Paradise I said! Where it’s blue skies! Clear waters! The peace and quiet of solitude! Zen and happiness at it’s best! Isn’t it amazing how a good getaway is mind relaxing? How a trip into Paradise does a person some good.… Continue Reading “Fan of Horror? Read Paradise, Maine by Jackson R. Thomas”

Here’s Why I Read Sleeping Giants by Sylvain Neuvel

I have to give thumbs up to Sylvain Neuvel for writing such an astonishing novel. It is the first installment in his series called The Themis Files. I haven’t had a chance to read the other parts of the trilogy, but I am one… Continue Reading “Here’s Why I Read Sleeping Giants by Sylvain Neuvel”

Insular – A Short Story

I got to ask you, what if your name was something amazing like Earl? What if you liked and took pride in your job? What if you worked with a new guy who gave you the creeps? Unfortunately and unlucky for you, your mother… Continue Reading “Insular – A Short Story”