The Wolf at the End of the World: A Book Review

Written by Douglas Smith, this novel follows the death of a young native girl, killed by a beast of legend. Or is it a person of legend? Written from multiple view points, with a number of different cultures intertwined, native american being the foremost, this novel built a world. Overall, I like this book, though…Read more The Wolf at the End of the World: A Book Review

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Forgotten Soldiers of World War I: A Non-fiction Review

Written by Alexander Barnes and others, Forgotten SoldiersĀ is a non-fiction book that looks at the foreign born American soldiers who gained their citizenship through the military. This looks at the draft, the differences between how they were treated, the difficulties in having so many different people working together, many not understanding English, and so much…Read more Forgotten Soldiers of World War I: A Non-fiction Review

Lipstick Voodoo: A Book Review

Written by Kristi Charish, which it turns out is the second novel in the Kincaid Strange series, is about a voodoo practitioner, the only one registered in the Northwest of the US, who raises zombies. But she has a few problems, including an ex she is trying to get going with again, an ancient wizard…Read more Lipstick Voodoo: A Book Review

The Firebird: A Book Review

The final (of what is currently published) of Susanna Kearsley's novels, The Firebird novel picks up with characters from The Shadowy Horses and The Winter Sea, modern characters and historic, respectively. For those of you unfamiliar with Kearsley's novels, there are at least two timelines with a bit of a love interest and some kind…Read more The Firebird: A Book Review