Death Doll by Brian P White is available in paperback and kindle.
I decided to go for something a little different this time when I picked a book to read and review for September. I hadn’t read a zombie apocalypse in awhile, and this one didn’t disappoint. It was the typical zombie book, and yet not at all.
I love Brian White’s personal spin on the zombie horror genre in this thrilling tale of death, survival, and friendship. It has a twist I wasn’t quite expecting, and he uses it in a really entertaining way. He also is a fan of conflict and he never disappoints in upping the stakes just a little bit higher with each chapter.
I also like that this book has a large cast of characters, and yet, I felt a connection with each and I enjoyed watching the growth of the characters through the story. He took a group of widely different people from all walks of life that added in making this book diverse. The best part was his willingness to address stereotyping head on and in some interesting ways.
If you are looking for a book to entertain you and give you a shot in the arm of death defying adventure, then this is the books for you! Expect high tension that brings the most unlikely group of people together to learn survival, and tolerance for those who are different.
And once you get to the end and are like me and want to know what happens next, Brian White continues his story in Death Doll: Exodus.
I recently read this book and absolutely fell in love with it, and I wanted to share it here. It’s a paranormal story like you’ve never seen before. Michael Taggart weaves a story that is unique and fun. It is dark, but so much humor I was laughing through large parts of the book. I love how much creativity this book has, and I’ll remember the characters always.
The main character is Jason who has just discovered he is a supernatural through a major life altering event. His world is turned upside down when he realizes he can do magic, and that magic really is a thing. Along the way he makes amazing friends who feel more like family, and meets a man who puts his other lovers to shame.
Jason quickly discovers his limits in magic, but also finds places he excels at. He also realizes how dangerous the magic world is and how much he needs to catch up for he gets himself killed. But he is a problem solver with an abundance of creativity. Some of his solutions are amazing to behold (and super funny too)!
If you are looking for a humorous book with dark and deep undertones, then pick this up immediately. You won’t be sorry!
My life has recently gone through some major changes (very good changes), and will be going through more in the near future. A large contributing factor of that is a change of perspective that I have gradually come to. I believe this has happened through many avenues that has taken a long time to evolve, which has been a slow, painful, yet enlightening path. Even though it has been slow coming up out of the mire of negativity that I had been entombed in, there have been a few key pieces that when snapped into place have catapulted me into a faster evolution. One of these key pieces was reading this fascinating book The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz.
I purchased this book on a high recommendation of a friend. I took it with me last spring when my husband and I got away for a week in a cozy cabin in the mountains. One of the things I really enjoyed doing on that trip was cuddling up near the fireplace and reading. While I did bring another book to read as well, this was my book of choice. It fascinated me and stretched my mind in such a way that I simply could not put it down.
Books. They amaze me. They captivate me. They are true magic. Imagine this.
You get a new book to read because someone recommended it to you, or the cover just looks freaking awesome, or it’s a promising jewel you happened to stumble upon. It sits there in your lap eager to be read, but the cover, the title, the words splashed across the pages are meaningless. It’s just a book. Like all the other books taking up space on the bookshelf. But you open the cover and begin to read anyways, because it’s calling to you. There’s this pull to open it you can’t quite explain. So you do and you begin to read it.
Want to take a walk on the wild side? Then Jennifer Pelland’s novel Machine is for you, because that is exactly what Pelland’s main character Cecil does in this delightfully depicted science fiction world.
In this novel technology has advanced to the point of creating artificial replicant bodies for those who are unfortunate enough to find themselves with serious injuries, or illness that can’t be cured right away. Cecil just got her new body after being diagnosed with a low priority incurable disease. She decides to copy her consciousness to a “new” body and wait for the cure. But Cecil’s life takes a sudden and horrific blow when she wakes up in her machine body to find out wife Rivka has divorced her during the copying process.