The Hollow City by Dan Wells

The Hollow City by Dan Wells

Michael Shipman has paranoid schizophrenia; he suffers from hallucinations, delusions, and complex, horrific fantasies of persecution. They are as real to him as your peaceful life is to you. He is haunted by sounds and voices, stalked by faceless men, and endlessly pursued by something even deeper and darker—something he doesn’t dare think about. Soon the authorities are linking him to a string of gruesome […]

July 4, 2012 / 2 Comments

Desolate by Ali Cross

Where darkness lives, all will become desolate. It’s been two months since sixteen-year-old Desolation Black chose Earth over Hell and her friend Miri over her eternal love, Michael. Desi goes through the motions of life: school, training, remaining vigilant against the forces of darkness, but her dreams are full of the choices she wishes she could change. When she’s injured by a strange demon, old […]

July 3, 2012 / 1 Comment

Liahona (City of the Saints #1) by D.J. Butler

1859; war looms over the United States. Intelligence agents converge on the Kingdom of Deseret in the Rocky Mountains. Sam Clemens, leading the U.S. Army’s expedition aboard his amphibious steam-truck the Jim Smiley, has a mission: to ensure that the Kingdom, with its air-ships and rumored phlogiston guns, brain children of the Madman Orson Pratt, enters on the side of the United States and peace. […]

June 30, 2012 / 0 Comments

Chosen of the One by Clyde B. Northrup

The chosen come from all the orders of good: one from the kortexi order, a holy warrior for the One, named Blakstar, violated by servants of Gar and marked with the symbol of evil upon his chest; another from the white maghi order, wielders of elemental forces, called Thal, the symbol of Gar woven into the patterns of his mind; he and Blakstar are sent […]

June 29, 2012 / 0 Comments

Left to Love by Jolene B Perry

The endless medications, needles, side effects… What would be left of me to love? Leigh’s life is shaping up to be pretty perfect. She married the father of a little boy she fell in love with. They live in a nice house, on a quiet street, and her hobby of a sewing business is keeping her busier than she ever imagined. She’s back in touch […]

June 28, 2012 / 2 Comments

The Penitent by C. David Belt

In 6,000 years no vampire has ever defied Lilith, Queen of the vampires…until now. Moira and Carl Morgan have saved their city from the horror of Michael and his evil wives, but victory has come at terrible cost. And there are consequences to every choice, every victory. Word has spread that someone has broken Lilith’s power, that someone has defied the ancient Queen. And she’s […]

June 27, 2012 / 0 Comments

A Farewell to Charms by Lindsey Leavitt

Desi Bascomb is a princess substitute prodigy—she’s the fastest employee ever to advance to level three in the Facade Agency, and the youngest to ever be a full-time sub. But now with all eyes on Desi, the only thing she wants is a moment alone to talk to Reed, who’s a Façade legacy and secretly a sub for princes! As Desi trains for her new […]

June 27, 2012 / 2 Comments

Wayne of Gotham by Tracy Hickman

Two men separated by murder: Thomas, the rebellious doctor and heir to the vast Wayne empire, and Bruce, his son, whose life is forever altered by witnessing his parents’ murder. The slaying of Thomas and Martha Wayne is the torturous point on which Bruce turns to become Batman. The Dark Knight’s file on the case has long been closed, the foundations of Bruce Wayne’s secret […]

June 26, 2012 / 1 Comment

Flight from Blithmore by Jacob Gowans

Henry Vestin is neither a fearless adventurer nor a daring swordsman, he’s a master carpenter who only wants to marry Isabelle Oslan. Isabelle’s father, however, will stop at nothing to prevent their marriage. When her father’s plotting attracts the interest of a king and an emperor, Henry mounts a heroic rescue which makes himself, Isabelle, and their friends the most wanted criminals in the land […]

June 25, 2012 / 0 Comments

Millstone City by S.P. Bailey

Elder Carson works in Olinda, an ancient city on the northeastern coast of Brazil. It is lush green, full of old churches and white-sand beaches and drug traffickers protecting their turf. One night, Carson is homesick and wide awake. The midnight hour is humid and hot. It is February, and carnaval is in full swing. Carson gets up. He goes out alone. He finds a […]

June 25, 2012 / 1 Comment