Category Archive: Novels and Books

Nov 18 2014

A Review of Succubus Ascendant by B. R. Kingsolver

Succubus Ascendant by B. R. Kingsolver

I was really quite pleased and thrilled when I discovered that the author B. R. Kingsolver had released the latest work in the Telepathic Clans series a short time ago. I have reviewed the first, second, third and fourth works in the series before on the Tale and I have always enjoyed the stories told, the …

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Nov 16 2014

A Review of The Love Of A Succubus by Lady Sakimura

The Love Of A Succubus by Lady Sakimura

The second of two works by an author, they being their initial steps into writing in English… and about Succubi. In the first review last week I mentioned that work felt like it had been put through a translator and little editing seemed to have been done. Regretfully this second work has the same issues …

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Nov 14 2014

A Review of Beautiful Dead Girl by Robert Palmer

Beautiful Dead Girl by Robert Palmer

Mystery stories are interesting things. It is the journey that matters in them more than the moments themselves. It is the flaws of the characters and their world that come to mean more than what just the words themselves say. The process of finding the answers, both for the characters and the reader is what …

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Nov 09 2014

A Review of Sucker For A Succubus by Lady Sakimura

Sucker For A Succubus by Lady Sakimura

One of the things that I have been aware of is that Succubi in many parts of the world, especially Asia, are seen to be more vampiric than anything else. Personally I don’t tend to enjoy that view of Succubi, but quite a few people seem to. I found two books by an author that are …

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Nov 07 2014

A Review of Cut Crimson, Bleed Fire by T.T. Escurel

Cut Crimson, Bleed Fire by T.T. Escurel

There are some truths in the universe that cannot be ignored, changed, or taken to task. One of these is love, for it overcomes all given time. Some may not be able to see its value, and in that they are less. Some may believe it a weakness, and never find the strength it gives. …

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Nov 04 2014

A Review of Spellbound by Marcus Atley

Spellbound by Marcus Atley

Possibly the hardest thing to manage is to be able to trust in someone. Right next to that is the ability to be able to see the worth in one’s self. Both are very fragile things which can be lost, or found, in the blink of an eye. The battle to have both of these …

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Nov 02 2014

A Review of Cedric the Demonic Knight by Valerie Willis

Cedric the Demonic Knight by Valerie Willis

One of the things that seems to be, for the most part, very difficult for beings like Succubi or Incubi, in most stories, is to believe in is that there is something, or someone, for them that could be called a soulmate. It is the moment of their acceptance of that being true, whatever the …

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