Thursday, June 24, 2010

On Gods Homor by D.C. Juris

In “On God's Honor” by D.C. Juris we have an angel being sent to earth to protect a human named Nathan Scott. The angel is doing everything he can to just do his job and not fall for Nathan.  In regards to this story being a GLBT genre I felt that the story was to rushed and could have been expanded regarding the characters and the background. This author has talent if he just practiced it more in his writing he would accomplish a much better rating than just this mediocre one. 


Wednesday, June 23, 2010

The Chill of Evil by M.A. Harkert

The Chill of Evil” by M.A. Harkert is the story of a woman and a haunted house which is very evil because of the spectres that live there.

I found the character of Sara to be great at times and at other times to be dull. The ending is different than I thought it would be, but I thought the author could have done more with the characters at the climax of the story.

This story is plain in its overall presentation.

Overall all it is a decent read for the light horror readers out there who enjoy books without all the gore and blood.

Carol Langstroth, Manager
Mind Fog Reviews

The Guns of Mars by Martin T. Ingham

In The Guns of Mars by Martin T. Ingham we have a man named Morgan Asher who is a part of a colonization on the planet Mars. He soon finds out not everything is as it seems. He realizes that he might have to fight for what he believes in.

There were times that I thought this story was moving so slowly without any indication that something better was coming along.

At first look I thought this was just a regular science fiction book but, as I dug deeper into the book I realized that the underlying message is about how easy it is to go with the flow and forget to fight for our rights that we have in America. I feel that people would get a great lesson from this novel about the ebb and flow of people and their opinions and actions.

Carol Langstroth, Manager
Mind Fog Reviews