Review: Book of Shadows by Cate Tiernan

Morgan Rowland’s life changes the day she met Cal Blair. When Cal comes to school that first day, his confidence in himself makes every girl want him and every guy want to be him. Cal’s interest, however, is in Morgan. He introduces her to Wiccan practices. Morgan finds her world dramatically altered by inexplicable events […]

Review: The Intruders by E.E. Richardson

In the Intruders Richardson whips up a great pure ghost story. Joel, his sister Cassie and their mother move into a house with his mother’s new fiancé Gerald and his two sons. In addtion to coping with the resentment of the children over the joining of their two families, they also have to deal with […]

Review: Hexed by Michael Alan Nelson and Emma Rios

The cover chatter boasts this is ″the new Buffy″ to which I say meh. Don’t get me wrong I absolutely loved this graphic novel, from ″Lucifer″ herself, to the bold colors and art. But this isn’t Buffy. For one Lucifer is a thief, mainly she steals from demons, and often she steals things back for […]

Review: Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Ring of Fire

Set during the “Angel is Evil” saga in the series (mid-late second season) Ring of Fire explains the commented on, but never really explained plot point in Undays of our Lives where Dru leaves Spike! I had always wondered on rewatching the series what exactly happened between the murderous lovers. Turns out Dru leaves Spike […]

Review: Chalice by Robin McKinley

Robin McKinley is a favorite of mine, my go-to author for high fantasy. She has a lovely, dreamy, fairy tale style without a glut of Names with Apostrophes, characters who die off regularly or book stop size tomes. Chalice is everything you’d want in a standard fairy tale. There’s a pretty girl with a magical […]