Review: The Fever King

*** Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for a free, honest review. All opinions are my own. ***    “…there was something about these walls that he didn’t like-walls that closed in on him, that had teeth.”   The Fever King Review By: Rae  To start, I will reference the quote … Continue reading Review: The Fever King

Cover Reveal: The Blood Prince

BLURB: The price of freedom is always paid in blood. The sovereigns of the Silver have awakened, but the Queen is a fractured shell of the woman Cam remembers. He hopes to put her back together by finding her son, the missing prince. At least, that’s what he tells his friends when he leaves for … Continue reading Cover Reveal: The Blood Prince

Blog Tour: Sunscorched

Sunscorched by Jen Crane Genre: YA Sci-fi/Dystopian/Post-Apocalyptic Release Date: October 23rd 2018 Summary: Death in daylight. Danger at dark. Life can’t possibly get more treacherous than a violent sun allergy in a solar-blighted world. At least that’s what seventeen-year-old Nori Chisholm thought before news of an impending sunscorch delivered her death sentence. Desperate to survive … Continue reading Blog Tour: Sunscorched

Cover Reveal: The Silver Queen

The Summary The last city on Earth is contaminated. Now blood is the only thing that can wash it clean. Julia is trapped inside the Blue as the Nobles fight over the few humans who are still alive. When the dust settles and she finds herself shackled to a new master, she knows she must … Continue reading Cover Reveal: The Silver Queen

Meet Michael Evans

Meet Michael Evans. Michael Evans is the author of the novel Control Freakz, a Young Adult Post-Apocalyptic Thriller, and the forthcoming novel entitled Delusional. He is currently attending high school in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, but he is originally from Long Island, New York. Some of his hobbies include hiking, running, camping, going to the … Continue reading Meet Michael Evans

Humanity’s Hope Guest Review

  “This time he had humans to worry about. They were far more conniving than the undead.” – Pembroke Sinclair Humanity’s Hope: A Review by Linnéa Ryan Over the past decade, fictional zombie outbreaks have dominated the page and screen. You know the played out trope—unlikely hero is called upon to defend their ragtag group … Continue reading Humanity’s Hope Guest Review

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