Review: The Sandman Act III by Dirk Maggs and Neil Gaiman

This adaptation contains the stories from volumes 6-8 of The Sandman comics.  This was another great adaptation of this series. I enjoyed the graphic novels of these three volumes but the audiobook really brings the character to life, especially with this great cast of people to voice the characters.  This volume contains The Story of … More Review: The Sandman Act III by Dirk Maggs and Neil Gaiman

Review: Spartan Promise by Jennifer Estep

When Team Midgard finds out that Covingtonis after another artifact, they are determined to stop him, especially Rory. Unfortunately, when Reapers are involved, things never go as planned or as easy as they should be.   This was a great continuation of Rory’s fight against the Reapers. The team has to deal with Reapers, chimeras, basilisks, … More Review: Spartan Promise by Jennifer Estep

Review: The Graveyard Shift by Darynda Jones

It’s been five years since Charley and Reyes sacrificed themselves for their daughter. Garret Swopes is determined to keep their daughter safe but when she vanishes, he turns to the one woman who might be able to help him, Marika Dubois. This was a wonderful jump back into the Charley Davidson world. We finally got … More Review: The Graveyard Shift by Darynda Jones

Review: Hunting Season by Shelly Laurenston

Neecy Lawrence is second-in-command of the Crows, the followers of Skuld. While dealing with a group of hunters after their wings she keeps finding herself in the arms of the Raven leader Will Yager. Yager is determined to out stubborn Neecy and make her his.  Like most of Laurenston’s books, this was a humorous romance … More Review: Hunting Season by Shelly Laurenston

Review: The Undoing by Shelly Laurenston

Everyone thinks Jace Berisha is shy and antisocial but they couldn’t be further from the truth. She isn’t shy, she just doesn’t like small talk and socializing with most people. When she is tasked with translating for the Protectors she finds herself surrounded by people who understand her, especially Ski Eriksen. Like almost all of … More Review: The Undoing by Shelly Laurenston