Book Review: The Devil’s Gospel

Title: The Devil’s Gospel Author: A.S. Coomer Narrator: Sean Duregger Link: https://www.audible.com/pd/The-Devils-Gospel-Audiobook/B08LQML9XC Summary Biology Professor Kevin Ballard finds his quiet life rocked by a series of vicious mysterious events. First, his mother is slain in his childhood home. Then, his girlfriend (and research assistant) is kidnapped from their cabin, and he finds that the plantContinue reading “Book Review: The Devil’s Gospel”

Book Review: Captive

Title: Captive Author: Sara Schoen, Tayler Henderson Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08F7ZWMRW/ Summary Cassidy Archer has always been known as a good girl, someone who followed the rules and always put others first. She helped whenever she could, and even went out of her way when someone needed her. She had a bright future ahead of her despiteContinue reading “Book Review: Captive”

Hidden in the Dark Coming Soon to the #SoulsDayBoxset

Hidden in the Dark by Brandy Nacole Hidden in the Dark is the prequel to the bestselling novel, Deep in the Hollow Twelve-year-old Ester Moss witnessed the dead steal from the living. They took her cousin MaryAnn one dark night, deep in the hollow. Miraculously, she survived. Now, five years later, the dead are back and sheContinue reading “Hidden in the Dark Coming Soon to the #SoulsDayBoxset”

Dead Men Rising Coming Soon to the #SoulsDayBoxset

Dead Men Rising by Amber Garr Cressa Ravensdale deserved a break. After raising an army of the dead to protect those she loved, Cressa had hoped she could spend a little time away from the scrutiny of being a Magic User and steal a few moments alone with her phoenix, Noah. But the Imperium hasContinue reading “Dead Men Rising Coming Soon to the #SoulsDayBoxset”

Book Review: Carnival of Dead Girls

Title: Carnival of Dead Girls (Flocksdale Files #3) Author: Carissa Ann Lynch Narrator: Samantha Desz Link: https://www.audible.com/pd/Carnival-of-Dead-Girls-Audiobook/1705241980 Summary When a traveling carnival stops in the sleepy countryside, sixteen-year-old Josie Crowley is psyched to go with her new friend, Freya. But what started out as a fun-filled night of games, candied apples, and ferris wheel ridesContinue reading “Book Review: Carnival of Dead Girls”