Tag Archive for violence

Crowns of Silver & Ash: Book 1: The Seven Stars – a Review

Crowns of Silver & Ash: Book I: The Seven Stars is a fantasy lover’s dream book. Fantastic characters—some of them completely human, some not so human, and some magical—pull you into the story and make it hard to pull away from. Starting with the first sentence, the words flowed smoothly together as though they had…

Serial Killer – a Review

Enter the dark world of David Simons. This dark comedic horror story that takes a look into the depraved mind of a serial killer whose cruelty knows no bounds will scare you while making you laugh. A new dark twist that this killer gives to the children’s game “Simon Says” will make you pray that…

Once Upon a Fairy Tale – a Review

The Brothers Grimm didn’t water down their fairy tales when they wrote them; modern society has done that. In their original form, they are full of violence, blood, and gore. Times were different when the Brothers Grimm wrote their fairy tales, and yes, they were intended to be read to children. But Once Upon a Fairy…

Privacy: A Tisha Ariel Nikkole Novel #2 – a Review

Exclusive ended in a cliffhanger, and Privacy  picks up right where it left off. Many of life’s problems are addressed in the book: dishonesty, sex trafficking, murder, transgender issues. Tisha Ariel Nikkole’s soap opera life is never boring. She doesn’t have a yellow brick road to follow, so she has to do what she believes…