Dark Web

Dark Web Rising, by Eugene T. Schurter What a fantastic story! I am amazed at the talent of Eugene T. Schurter in writing this original, fast-paced and engaging sci-fi novel. Dark Web Rising balancing on the edge of fiction and reality between advanced coding, nano tecnology and space colonization succeeds where sometimes other sci-fi…

Fire Your Imagination

Hurst, by Robin Crumby Set in the aftermath of a pandemic virus, Hurst is a story about good vs evil -a cross between 'Lord of the Flies' and 'The Hunger Games'. Following the outbreak of the Millennium Virus, the story takes place at the splendid Hurst Castle -a fortress built by Henry VIII in 1544 to defend…

Time Travel

Indiana Belle, by John A. Heldt From Charles Dickens (A Christmas Carol) to Diana Gabaldon (Outlander) and Stephen King (11/22/63) time traveling has always held a deep fascination for a lot of writers. Not to mention the widespread appreciation among readers of all ages. So, pack your bags because time traveling is a thing! John A.…

Tim Burton Strikes Again

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, by Ransom Riggs   [caption id="attachment_2182" align="alignnone" width="1920"] Watch the trailer here![/caption]   Tim Burton does his magic and Miss Peregrine's Home to Peculiar Children jumps at n.4 in the Children's Series Chart of The new York Times (its previous peak was n.25 on…

Books of the Week

  Happy Sunday Everybody, has been an interesting week at The Serial Readers Book Club on Goodreads, new members (we're now 102) and new books to discuss together for the big challenge "Reader of the Month", check that out.. the contest is open worldwide! Thank you so much to each…

Vampires

Amaranthine, by Lanie Jacobs Will we ever get bored of vampires? After the huge success of  The Twilight Saga, which book sales are estimated at 100 million copies, a big horde of blood-suckers hit stores and libraries all over the world. Personally, I don't mind reading about vampires and other night-crawling creature, but…