Fantasy - Independently Published

Esmes Indie Authored Highlights: Awaken Online

Bingo Squares: Debut novel, self published Plot Summary So, this book is set in the future, around the year 2076 - virtual reality video games are a big thing, and a new game that's supposed to be record breaking and ground breaking is being released soon. During the control tests with beta players the AI… Continue reading Esmes Indie Authored Highlights: Awaken Online

Fantasy · Fantasy - Independently Published

Esmes Indie Author Highlights: Moroda by L.L. McNeil

The book starts out with a jail break! The main character, Moroda, has been jailed and been told she's going to be beheaded for defying a foreign noble and publicly disagreeing with him while he was making an announcement. She's been put in jail with two others, Amarah and Sapora. Amarah is a sky pirate… Continue reading Esmes Indie Author Highlights: Moroda by L.L. McNeil

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Dragon of a Different Color by Rachel Aaron – best of the series

This book was SO AWESOME! The books up until this point have been fun, but this one took it to next level insane. So, so much shit went down and it was just go-go-go the entire way, there wasn't much of any downtime for the book. I stayed up til 5am trying to finish but… Continue reading Dragon of a Different Color by Rachel Aaron – best of the series

sci fi · video games

Mass Effect Andromeda: Video Game Review

I know there are a ton of mixed reviews about this game, some people hated on it so bad they swore off the franchise forever while others really enjoyed it. Overall, I understand some of the complaints, and I also understand why many people love the game. I think sometimes we can create echo chambers… Continue reading Mass Effect Andromeda: Video Game Review

Fantasy

Weatherwax Report: Red Sister by Mark Lawrence

The last few books I've read by Lawrence have been pretty straight forward as far as the prose, a few nice passages, some quotable stuff, but not really "purple prose". This book had much more of that, and had a pretty different tone to it compared to Broken Empire and Red Queens War. Like his… Continue reading Weatherwax Report: Red Sister by Mark Lawrence