Helens of Troy reviewed

How do I explain to you The Helens of Troy by Janine McCaw? I could say its Twilight without all the crap bits but then there’d be no Twilight so that’s not exactly a very good comparison. One website I found did describe it as Gilmore Girls meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and I have…

Andor Awakening

When it comes to new authors the experience generally goes in one of two directions. More often than not you find yourself on a perilous slope that quickly puts you on your arse and sends you careering through brambles, thorns and all manner of sewage and nasty icky things. These first time writers are either…

Path to Vengeance Reviewed

Written by W H Cann and reviewed by Jamie Hall Plot Overview “When his brother, father and fiancee are killed by Krelathan raiders, Grogaan’s life is ripped apart, causing grief, anger and rage. He vows revenge and sets about along his ‘path to vengeance’ by purchasing four starfighters for him and his friends, which they…

Undead Drive-Thru Reviewed

Written by Rebecca Besser and reviewed by Alex Sabo Plot: “When Kyndra, Colleen, and Jose apply for jobs at a diner that has seen better days and is undergoing renovations, they have no idea what they’re in for. Aunt-B and John have a horrible secret, and when it’s unleashed on the unsuspecting employees of the diner,…

Control Freak Reviewed

Written  by Brian Smith and reviewed by Jamie Hall On the face of it you would be forgiven for thinking that Control Freak is your standard self-help book that will have maybe a few good points but the majority of its content will end up as white-noise in the back of your mind never to make itself useful in…