“The Vanishing Throne” by Elizabeth May

The Vanishing Throne is the second book in the Falconer trilogy by Elizabeth May. It’s a series about a young woman who defies societal convention to fight the fae, who aren’t the pretty Disney type, but rather are evil incarnate. If you read The Falconer back in 2014 like I did, you’ll probably have completely forgotten the plot. IRead more

Blog Tour/Interview: “Children of the Different” by S.C. Flynn

  Today I’m delighted to welcome S.C. Flynn, who recently released his debut novel, Children of the Different.  Children of the Different is a fascinating post-apocalyptic journey, which occurs as much in the mind as in reality. Q: Please tell us a bit about yourself and your new book Children of the Different. SCF: I am an Australian/British/Irish/ItalianRead more

“Children of the Different” by S.C. Flynn

Children of the Different is a young adult post-apocalyptic novel set in a future Australia.  A disease has wiped out most of humanity, and the only people who survived were those who had something different about them mentally–i.e. psychic powers, brain damage, coma, etc.  The protagonists are a set of twins who were born after theRead more

“The Girl With All the Gifts” by M.R. Carey

the girl with all the gifts

The Girl With All the Gifts by M.R. Carey is not your average zombie story.  It starts out from the perspective of Melanie, a little girl who is being raised in an institution.  She spends most of her life strapped down and restrained, and doesn’t realize how unusual this is because all the kids sheRead more

“The Book of the Crowman” by Joseph D’Lacey

  The Book of the Crowman is the second book in Joseph D’Lacey’s Black Dawn series, an ecological post-apocalyptic horror story about what happens when mankind stops respecting the Earth and the land itself begins to fight back. The story is told from the perspectives of two different characters, representing both the future and theRead more

“The Passage” by Justin Cronin

  I had originally intended to read The Passage by Justin Cronin for last year’s R.eaders I.mbibing P.eril Challenge, but took a blogging hiatus around that time and never got around to reading it.  I picked it up last week and realized just how much I’d been missing out on. This is not your ordinary vampire book.Read more