Archive | July, 2011

Angelfall (Penryn & the End of Days, Book 1) by Susan Ee | A Your Shelf Life Review

18 Jul

I was captivated by Susan Ee’s Angelfall. There are so many things to like about this book. It takes place months after an Armageddon instigated by angels. Angels are the bad guys? Yes. That’s only one of Angelfall’s quirky elements. The characters are endearing and fascinating: The tough/tender heroine Penryn. Her mentally ill and very dangerous mother. Disabled sister. Absent father. And the hunky angel, Raffe, who may or may not be a good “guy”.

I highly recommend this book for adults who like intense fantasy with horrific elements and violence. I didn’t find either disturbing, but some might. I would recommend this for older Young Adults.

The Angel & the Brown-eyed Boy Wins 5 Stars with Red Adept Reviews!

12 Jul

! Red Adept Reviews gave The Angel & the Brown-eyed Boy 5 STARS!

Red Adept reviewer Jim Chambers read The Angel and said, “I have to say that The Angel & the Brown-eyed Boy is probably the most original story that I’ve read in quite some time. . . . The story was ultimately a fascinating and gripping tale about survival and the desperate measures that some—on earth and elsewhere—would take to ensure their survival.” I invite you to read the entire review.

Numenon: A Tale of Mysticism & Money "Bill Gates Meets Don Juan"

7 Jul

Is Numenon a gripping page turner, a thriller pitting the highest levels of American capitalism against ancient shamanic power?

Or is it a philosophic investigation into the reality of the mystics, the reality beyond and beneath our everyday lives?

Will it take you to your core, the real you you’ve always wanted to be?

Read it and find out.