Terrestrial Magic is the first in the Jordan Sanders series, and it’s a post-apocalyptic urban fantasy set in Italy. Jordan’s a young woman who studies “legimals” or legendary animals, creatures from myths that have over-run the world with dangerous consequences. As Jordan’s team hunts down a chimera, she uncovers a conspiracy against not only her team, but all human cities.
I Can’t Believe It’s Not Buddha offers “worldlings,” “householders” and Buddhists a fun, lighthearted, yet well-researched take on misquotes from the Buddha and beyond. Bonny’s Review 4/5 Stars I loved this book, the premise, and the delivery. The title? Sheer perfection. I wish I’d named my book something equally apt. The author starts gently, with […]
This series is Firefly for the cyberpunk genre, and I love every word of it.
Unexpecting by Holly Kerr is a novel that follows Casey Samms as she races to have a baby before she turns 37, thanks to the outdated advice of Dr. Francine Pascal Reed, the author of a parenting book published in the 40s. Unfortunately, Casey’s choice in men makes the task difficult, and pretty soon she […]
Under Winter Lights Ms. Lewandowski begins the tale of Martina, a young ballerina in Chicago who discovers herself the unexpected star of one of the best-known ballets in the world. Martina struggles with balancing the pressures of her new position, her dwindling finances, and the strange attention of the director of the Bellus theatre. Add […]
The Perfect Recipe for Love and Friendship is a novel by New York Times best-selling author Shirley Jump. It focuses on the O’Bannon family – a mother and four grown daughters – as they work to rebuild broken connections in the aftermath of a tragedy. Amy’s Rating: 2.5/5 I bought this on impulse, drawn in […]