Book Review: Tuning In by Richard Roberts [Audiobook]

Jon has always been an empath, but lately his powers have been growing, so he jumps at the chance to travel to Bhutan to help create a telepathy app, hoping he'll get the chance to talk to an old friend about his problem while he's there. Instead, Jon's abilities only grow more, and he starts having feelings for the scientist working with him as they create an app that was meant to be a scam but...
 

Book Review: Evolved by N.R. Walker [Audiobook]

Lloyd, a 41-year-old professor, has struggled to maintain a relationship---because of his OCD and misophonia, he can't deal with the messiness and noisiness of other people---so he decides to try getting an android companion named Shaun. But Shaun starts to develop an unusual amount of sentience and emotion, and unless they can keep it hidden from the company who made him, Shaun, and their...
 

Book Review: Three Days Till Dawn (Antiquity’s Gate Book 1) by R.F. Hurteau

Long after an apocalyptic event, the last remaining humans on Earth are living in a domed society in Antarctica with the elves who stayed behind to help them. When best friends Felix and Ripley learn that Felix's wife is having twins but will have to have one removed because of the one child policy, they have to find a way out or a place to hide before that...
 

Mini Reviews: Graphic Novels – The Wicked + The Divine Vol. 1, The Woods Vol. 1, Y: The Last Man Vol. 1

In The Wicked + The Divine Vol. 1, gods come to earth, reincarnated as pop stars, and Lucifer creates quite a stir. In The Woods Vol. 1, an entire high school is transported to a faraway planet with dangerous monsters, but it turns out the monsters aren't the only danger when the people start turning on each other. In Y: The Last Man Vol. 1, a strange plague suddenly kills every living creature...
 

Blog Tour + Book Review: The Last Hope (The Raging Ones Book 2) by Krista & Becca Ritchie

When I was offered the chance to review The Last Hope and participate in the blog tour, I jumped at the chance because I really enjoyed the first book in this duology, The Raging Ones! And I have to say, this sequel lived up to my expectations and more. You can check out my review below, and be sure to follow Wednesday Books to see the rest of the stops on the...
 

Book Review: Tin Crickets by Joseph Wise

Unhappy with the living conditions and treatment of citizens in the underwater bunker where they live, Tommy and his friends use their video camera to produce and share Riot Reels---films that expose the truth about the darkness and messed up things taking place. But one night their attempt to find the truth about unsafe food processing leads to a deadly disaster from which they might not all...