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The Wonderland Effect by Robert Arrington

Hello readers! Have you read Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll or seen the movie adaption(s)? If so, you’ll probably love falling back into the world with author Robert Arrington as your hidden guide in The Wonderland Effect. The story begins with Alice Littleton, a young girl who can access all the powers and characters…

‘Rise: A Blood Inheritance Novel’ is a Blockbuster Movie Waiting to Happen

“Rise: A Blood Inheritance Novel,” hereinafter referred to as, “Rise,” is the first installment in a planned quartet. The author, M. Ainihi, begins the story with a prologue that takes place hundreds of years before most of the events in Rise. It piqued my interest immediately, and from there I finished it in about two…

‘Kind Nepenthe’ Offers A Chilling Dose Of Horror Mixed With Reality

After reading Matthew Brockmeyer’s book Kind Nepenthe, don’t be surprised if you develop a whole new appreciation for horror. Kind Nepenthe follows the lives of several people with different backgrounds, allowing you to walk in the shoes of  individuals who share very contrasting viewpoints throughout. With each change in narration, you delve deeper into the highs and…

‘Goblin Scout’ is a Fresh Take on Many Fantasy Tropes (Review)

In Goblin Scout, M.E. Hearrold II tells a character-driven tale of comedic fantasy misadventures.  This book is dialogue-centric, and the interactions between the many colorful personalities are the key feature of the story. Goblin Scout is a charming tale of a group of goblins thrust into the role of unlikely heroes on a quest to…