Review: The Fin by Matthew Danza and Adam Horeth

FF's Star Rating: ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ My apologies to fans of the classic horror shark movies like Deep Blue Sea, and The Shallows. I remember those as if watching them just yesterday. "He is a huge fan of the horror genre and hopes that sharks can once again, scare people from entering the ocean". … Continue reading Review: The Fin by Matthew Danza and Adam Horeth

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Review: Bully Brother: A True Story of Brotherly Heartache and Love by Craig M. Dial

FF's Star Rating: ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ Bully Brother: A True Story of Brotherly Love and Heartache is a true story based on the life of author Craig M. Dial between the ages of eight and sixteen. I was surely intrigued to review this book because the 1970s was always a time that interested me. … Continue reading Review: Bully Brother: A True Story of Brotherly Heartache and Love by Craig M. Dial

Review: Always Scream Fire by Matthew Danza and Adam Horeth

FF’s Star Rating: ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ Well, I’m sweating beads. Profusely. And I’m grateful that I’m sweating beads rather than smelling my own flesh melt. To step into Matthew Danza and Adam Horeth’s Always Scream Fire, which is the sequel to their just as nightmarish Always Yell Fire, is to step into something akin … Continue reading Review: Always Scream Fire by Matthew Danza and Adam Horeth

Review: Harmony House (Home Sweet Home Book 1) by Ruth Hay

FF’s Star Rating: ☆ ☆ ☆ When it comes to finding a candidate, or candidates, to share a house with, it’s not just about placing an ad and accepting the first one or two who responds to it. That is what best friends Hilary Dempster and Mavis Montgomery have to learn in Ruth Hay’s women’s … Continue reading Review: Harmony House (Home Sweet Home Book 1) by Ruth Hay

Review: The Fifth Era of Man by Joshua Banker

FF’s Star Rating: ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ Joshua Banker is the author of The Realm of Tah’afajien Series. I had read the second book, A Prison of Flesh, in the series. In that one, I had already become familiar with Banker’s almost fey recipe for speculative fiction authors to cause readers to have an … Continue reading Review: The Fifth Era of Man by Joshua Banker