Strange Little Band is the ongoing story of Addison and Shane, two self-centered, amoral psychics who work for the cut-throat Triptych Corporation. Their insular, comfortable lives are disrupted when, due to Triptych’s machinations, they become unlikely parents. How can they raise a child when they can’t trust each other? . . .
For centuries, the Lands of Night and Light have been locked in a struggle of light against darkness. This is about life in the Land of Night, a place where even Dark Lords have hobbies. . . .
From the author of the award winning novel “River” and internet cult hit “Catharsis” comes a serialized novel about the end of the world and the lives of those destined to stop it. Three girls are thrust together by their shared abilities and the roles they are to play in the nearing apocalypse. They are guided only by the mysterious . . .
Four unlikely friends are permanently linked together when they install a beta “ultimate collaboration” tool on their computers—that allows them to teleport to and from each other’s homes at ease. Of course, they get more than they bargained for when they discover they can’t turn their connections off . . . . . . .
The “Messenger” has to find a way to deliver. Unable to drive as a result of his alcoholism, he uses various modes of transportation to get around. This leads to frequent encounters with the strange and interesting people that populate buses and trains and drive taxis of the unlicensed variety. Everyday and every delivery is a struggle to avoid being . . .
Price is a street level setting where supers are rarely any more destructive than a modern tank might be, focused upon character drama over the powers. Intended to be a series of short novels focusing on different characters and how they live their lives. Death of a Hero, the first story in this universe, follows Zach Parker. A . . .
In the pre-dawn hours on a Saturday morning, something malevolent has awoken, striking fear and terror into unsuspecting citizens all throughout North East Ohio. Former acquaintances, neighbors, loved ones—all at random—transform into flesh-craving monsters hell bent on devouring the living. Corpses are rising from their places of unrest. Nocturnal animal-man hybrids hunt in packs. The dead are awakening from within . . .
Odd & Ends is a series of tales set in the unusual city of Skymoore, floating above the world of Solkin. It follows the lives of Donovan Allman, Nestor Pinkly, and Karessa Plunderton as they struggle to keep their humble magic shop alive while battling the literal and figurative demons of their present and their past. . . .
The first real novel to come down the hopefully long and winding John Maxwell pipeline. The book’s long narrative takes as back to the year 2009, where things were different. Things are certainly different for two people working at Hyperion, Michigan’s local radio station WHYP, Conrad Harris and his friend Cyrus McLean ‘Cy’ Scott. As the story begins, Conrad is . . .
Alexis is a girl at the height of her high school career, a social butterfly with no shortage of friends, popularity, or things to do on the weekends. Until she falls victim to a vicious attack, and is brought to the brink of death. She survives, but it soon becomes clear that she cannot return to the same life she . . .
The Fabulous Cornwall Sisters: Quick-tempered, childish, and self-absorbed, Lacy Cornwall is an exotic dancer with a heart of gold. Whether it’s arguing with her sister Thea or holding a sex-toy party with her stripper friends (Shadowcat, Li’l Bit, Bianca, and Freaky Frieda), you can bet that Lacy’s in the center of the action, having a ball. Dorothea (Thea) . . .
When the first night falls, the world is left crippled and depleted. During the days, the rapists, murderers, and psychopaths prosper; but during the night the horror returns. Now the survivors must find safety and make sense of what’s happened to the world. Each day is another struggle for survival. How long can the survivors outrun the things of the . . .
In desperate need of cash flow, Suzie Hammacker rents out some of the rooms in her remodeled Victorian home in Madison, Wisconsin. One goes to her best friend. One goes to a detective. And one goes to an FBI agent. Everything works great until the renters accidentally bring their work home with them. . . .
Oct 6, 2008: Note: I’m reviewing Dawnwalker now, after only 5 chapters, as we have a bit of a backlog of reviews, presently. I will rewrite this review later, once I’ve had time to finish the whole novel. Something I will definitely be doing.
Dawnwalker is a nice, pleasant, modern fiction read. The story follows Randy, Crystal, and Myleigh, three university students at Northern Michigan University in 1995. Crystal and Myleigh are roommates, while Randy is taking some kayaking lessons from Crytal, an uber-jock [more . . .]
Jan 13, 2010: This review is crossposted from my blog.
I’m sure you’ve read the "cover blurb", so it’s probably no surprise that this one comes with an adult content and a NSFW warning. More on this in the review.
I like this story a lot and I’ve meant to review it for a while, but for some reason I’m finding it hard, so here goes nothing . . .