Category Archives: Book Reviews

Audiobook Review: THE SANTA ANNA GOLD by Michael Bunker (Narr. Alex Silver)

The Santa Anna Gold by Michael Bunker (Audible | Amazon) Narrated by Alex Silver Running time: 37 minutes Release Date:01-12-17 Publisher: Auspicious Apparatus Press Michael is certainly the one to write this story, and I’m glad he did. In real life, the author is an off the grid farmer who has one of the best […]

Top 10 Reads of 2016

2016 continued another year where audiobooks constitute 95% of the books I complete. This is tough when some of my favorite indie authors haven’t adapted their books to that format, but I’m seeing that trending upward. For my award winners in years past: 2015 | 2014 | 2013 1. Dark Matter by Blake Crouch Looking […]

Audiobook Review: THE NIGHT PARADE by Ronald Malfi (Narr. Tom Taylorson)

Ronald Malfi is one of the best. My original thought after finishing this book is that Malfi is one of the best horror authors out there, partly because of how he is able to creatively expand the limits of horror, but really, “horror” doesn’t feel like an adequate qualifier for his work. I feel others […]

Audiobook Review: THE ANDROID’S DREAM by John Scalzi (Narr. Wil Wheaton)

The Android’s Dream Written by: John Scalzi Narrated by: Wil Wheaton Length: 10 hrs and 34 mins Unabridged Audiobook Release Date:12-07-10 Publisher: Audible Studios I came into John Scalzi’s The Android’s Dream hoping to find a strong read and I was impressed beyond my expectations. Wil Wheaton adds his touch to smart scifi that has […]

Graphic Novel Review – Mighty Jack by Ben Hatke (First Second Books)

Ben Hatke is my two year old’s favorite author, and my favorite to read to him. Every book of his we get into the house gets well worn and produces countless happy moments of in my lap reading with my son. His books are more for elementary school to middle school aged readers, but that […]