Daily Archive: September 13, 2016

Sep 13 2016

A Review of Death Throes by Michael Stuer

Death Throes by Michael Stuer

The thing about some stories is that they use a framework, an idea, which can be very familiar. Certain words and phrases remind the reader of such things as Dungeons and Dragons for example. That’s not a bad thing, actually it helps to speed up the understanding of what’s going on, the characters and the …

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Sep 13 2016

A Review of A Ghost of a Chance by Minnette Meador

A Ghost of a Chance by Minnette Meador

The question of who a succubus is can be the core of a story. It might not appear to be, but as the story moves towards its conclusion, sometimes the hints, the twists in the story, make sense and the answer becomes so very obvious. There can be layers wrapping around the plot, hiding the …

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