Michael’s back with the first entry in another LitRPG series for this week’s Bookish Wednesday. It’s Eden’s Gate Book 01: The Reborn by Edward Brody!
This week we circle back to The Sword Chronicles series with Child of Sorrow. Although author Michaelbrent Collings writes some depressing stories overall, the plot of this entry is just as intense and action packed as the first.
In our literary review this week we continue exploring the Heartstrikers series, following the exploits of hapless exiled dragon Julius. He’s laying low in Detroit, but his draconic family has other dark plans.
When the smallest dragon in the Heartstriker clan just can’t bring himself to be draconic, his mother traps him in human form and strands him in Detroit. He can only come home when he learns that Nice Dragons Finish Last in this charming.
Comparisons will be made between Drake Ramsey and Indiana Jones, and for good reason. Ramsey’s Gold is one of the best adventure tales Michael’s come across, and it’s even more exciting as an audiobook.
The story behind Dying Light Nightmare Row dives more deeply into the history of Harran during the zombie outbreak, and spotlights many important details from the game which were probably missed while parkour running across rooftops dodging hordes of infected.
The plot threads left dangling from the first Dragonvein novel come to fruition in a big way in Dragonvein Volume 02. Fans of fantasy novels should definitely check out this series, especially now that it’s available as an audiobook.
It’s back into space with The Terminal War by A. C. Hadfield this week. Recently released in audiobook format, it brings the sound and fury of The Carson Mach series to life.
Michael’s back with a brand new adventure this week with The Lost Voyager, Book Two of the Carson Mach series by renowned author A.C. Hadfield. Enlist this week for a really nice read.
What is that old saying about the road to hell? Main character Alex Carlisle finds out about the Natural Consequences of his Good Intentions from the first audiobook. Perhaps living with an angel and a succubus isn’t such a good idea?