Today’s post is provided by Juan Carlos Cantú author of Age Warfare. His book, a fiction novel feels much like non-fiction. As our planet, our society, our world continue to be in peril’s way, a message is offered.
Age Warfare by Juan Carlos Cantú Enthralling Dystopian Novel Thrilling. Intriguing. Captivating. Age Warfare could be considered one of the most frightening books I've read. It is fiction yes, but drawing out real possibilities for the future (or the lack of one) of our human race. The message may be bleak, just the same it could… Continue reading Book Review: Age Warfare by Juan Carlos Cantú
Mauria by Steve North These pages jumped out at me in color. Two races, completely different. The opposites of one another and each live by completely different codes and ethics. Both flourish and live out grand lives, within their own set of expectations of. Enemies, yet both truly depend on the other. The circle is.… Continue reading Book Review: Mauria by Steve North
Sorrowed Souls by Brenda Youngerman The threads of fate beautifully weave; The beholder often times refuses to see. Sorrowed Souls is filled with a multitude of different types of characters. I guess that is the case for most books already. What stands out and what gave the story its depth, I could not see the… Continue reading Book Review: Sorrowed Souls
Hello and welcome to the book tour for Daniel Linseadt and his Nila Series: Water, Air, Fire. Today is my stop of the blog tour with Ravenswood Publishing. I have not read these novels for reviewing but I am excited to be involved with the tour and to write a spotlight for Daniel's books. Filled… Continue reading NILA SERIES WATER AIR FIRE BY DANIEL LINSTEADT