A Thousand Valleys tells the story of a young boy growing up too soon and almost against his will, his mother’s health, and the societal deficiencies of the 1970’s.
Everyone has at some point wished that they could go back in time and do something differently, which is why time travel is such a popular plot device. The ability to alter history and the implications involved is a theme numerous authors have explored.
Alex Grass has created a dark, different and oddly endearing fantastical reality that’s driven by the stoic and sardonic protagonist, Frank.
The world is a weird and wonderful place, but even with modern science and technology, there is still a lot about it that is unexplained. Humanity has always been fascinated with the unknown, which is why the search for cryptids is still such a popular topic for many.
Greek mythology meets urban fantasy in this gripping novel by E. W. Roberts.
When it comes to justice, most people believe in letting the law take its course. However, others will only be satisfied if their own hands measure out justice, even if they lack the legal authority to do so.
Relics of Dawn by A.W. Davidson is an intriguing blend of sci-fi, cli-fi, urban myth, and ancient legend that will keep you turning the pages into the wee small hours.
Even as 2021 enters its final stretch and the holidays as well as a brand new year looms on the horizon, our readers still made time to get in some last-minute reading.
Boxing as a sport has been around for a long time, with some of the earliest known depictions dating as far back as the 3rd millennium BC. However, boxing was also frequently outlawed despite its popularity, especially in England and parts of the United States.
In Chasing Time by Thomas Reilly, a loving couple faces the type of news that nobody wants to hear on the cusp of their golden years.