Novelizations of videogames have been hit or miss, but Cam Rogers’ Quantum Break book grabs readers from the first page and never let’s go until the exciting conclusion. If only all videogame novels were this good.
The role-playing world of Pathfinder is the setting for Pathfinder Tales: Pirates Prophecy, a high-seas adventure novel filled with intrigue, evil plots and gratuitous swashbuckling. Come experience the hiss of foam, the creak of wood and the occasional flap of canvas in this seafaring tale.
Michael is relaxing with the audiobook version of Ghouls, Ghouls, Ghouls, which is book five of the Ghost Hunter Mystery Series. This one however is hauntingly bad compared with the rest of the series. Does it have a ghost of a chance?
Michael originally gave the Silvertongue Hernandez 30XX: Space-Time District Attorney graphic novel kind of a bad review. But the author took the feedback to heart and made several changes. So now, Michael is taking a second look.
Michael has been very impressed with the Reckoners series by Brandon Sanderson, and they come even more alive on audiobook. With Calamity, the series is being wrapped up, and Epic is too tame to describe it.
Ghost Hunter Mystery Series moves to Scotland for book four, a rollicking little tale that is now available on audiobook. While not the best in the series so far, Ghouls Gone Wild is still another enjoyable entry.
Those who enjoy a lot of action in their book selection will love The Sword Chronicles: Child of the Empire by Michaelbrent Collings, one of the most exciting titles Michael has dived into in a long time.
What a Halo experience! If you like byzantine politics matched with a mystery set in the Halo universe, then author Troy Denning has got a wild ride for you with Halo: Last Light. This one is a real page turner, in the best possible way.
The Ghost Hunter Mystery Series rolls on with Ghouls Just Haunt to Have Fun. Michael is greatly enjoying the series. Come see if busting will make you feel good too.
Michael had so much fun listening to the first audiobook, What’s a Ghoul to Do, that he jumped right in with Demons are a Ghoul’s Best Friend. Does this one have the same punch and clever mystery?