I review books for Reader Views. I was born and raised in Houston, Texas and now reside in the little town of Trinity – don’t bother looking for it on a map but it’s about halfway between Houston and Dallas. I’m married to a beautiful woman who thankfully loves reading as much as I do so there’s no shortage of books around here. We don’t have kids, but two Labs and a Chihuahua do a good job of keeping us busy.
I’ve always been passionate about three things: reading, writing, and sharing my opinions with others. Reviewing books turned out to be a great way to combine those passions and I love sharing news about great books with others.
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The New Q.I. follows Phil's surprising discovery of his grandfather's secret life and his fight against mysterious foes.
Murders, ghosts and madness!
As a supposed sci-fi thriller this is too dry, too terse and unexciting.
The setting is Earth of the far-flung future, when all traces of our civilization have long vanished. Past catastrophes have passed into legend.
It could be a good vampire story, but it isn't.
The cryptic prophecy speaks of Enoch's device, an angelic weapon with the power to prevent the coming apocalypse.
Doctor Paul Prophet, a hard-drinking widower in Green Bay, Wisconsin, works with dying children. Now they're visiting him after death.
In this future bleak world, the sparse population in the United Kingdom has returned to a pre-industrial era, nature having reclaimed the cities.
Two men, one face. One man seeks to embrace destiny, the other to escape it.
An intriguing read, offering some good insight into what it’s like to train to fight fires for a living.