Category Archives: 4 butterflies

Review: The Undertaker by William F. Brown

Categories: 4 butterflies, mystery, RBR, review, suspense, William F. Brown
     The UndertakerWilliam F. Brown; Published May 16th 2011 by Createspace (first published May 2011)Curiosity can kill more than cats, but when Pete Talbott found himself at the wrong end of Gino Parini’s .45 reading his own obituary, it was a mystery he couldn’t leave alone. From the cornfields of Ohio to the gritty slums of Chicago, a bloody kitchen in a Back Bay townhouse, New York’s Washington Square, and the nation’s Capitol itself, the hunt is on. Someone with a penchant for sharp scalpels and embalming tables is planting bodies Read more [...]

Review: Fezariu’s Epiphany by David M. Brown

Categories: 4 butterflies, adventure, David M. Brown, fantasy, RBR, review
     Fezariu's EpiphanyDavid M. Brown ; Published May 16th 2011 by Createspace (first published May 2011)The White Oak, Clarendon’s oldest brothel, lured and destroyed men by the thousands. Fezariu was different. He had never been drawn by the White Oak’s vices but the brothel had still ruined him when he was just a boy. Salvation came in the form of the Merelax Mercenaries – Elenchera’s most prestigious hired hands. They gave Fezariu the chance to escape from his past. Immersed in the world of dangerous assignments in the colonies Fezariu Read more [...]

Batch Review: Monster Story, Half-Inch and The Tribe by McCarty Griffin

Categories: 4 butterflies, 5 butterflies, chick-lit noir, fantasy, horror, McCarty Griffin, RBR, review, suspense, ya
    Monster Story McCarthy Griffinebook, 315 pagesPublished November 4th 2010 by McCarty Griffin, via SmashwordsChristy McCauley has returned to West Virginia at last, but her homecoming quickly turns into a surreal nightmare. In the deep hollows and woods of rural Augusta County, something unspeakable is slaughtering people in the dark of night. Authorities don't know if its human or animal, or how to stop it. Christy and her friends only know they must hunt it and destroy it, before it kills again.- Goodreads on Monster storyYummy, yummy Read more [...]

Review: Towards Yesterday by Paul Jones

Categories: 4 butterflies, Paul Jones, post-apocalyptic, RBR, review, sci-fi
    Towards YesterdayPaul Jones ; Kindle Edition, Published May 3rd 2011 (first published May 2011)When a seemingly simple experiment goes disastrously wrong, James Baston finds himself stranded alongside the rest of mankind, twenty-five years in the past. A past where the old are once more young, the dead live and the world has been thrust into chaos.Contacted by the scientist responsible for the disaster, James is recruited to help avert an even greater catastrophe. Along with a team of scientists, a reincarnated murder victim and a frustrated Read more [...]

Review: Dreams Unleashed (The Prophecies) by Linda Hawley

Categories: 4 butterflies, action, adventure, Linda Hawley, paranormal, RBR, review, some romance
      Dreams Unleashed: Book 1, The Prophecies Trilogy (Volume 1)Linda Hawley; Kindle Edition, 1st, 264 pages; Published May 20th 2011 by Nouveau Publishing CompanyIt’s the near-future year of 2015, where technology governs life. In this dystopian world, governments control their citizens by tracking them with RFID. The right to personal privacy does not exist. The heroine, Ann Torgeson, having been trained by the CIA as a paranormal spy at nineteen years old, has enhanced abilities. Twenty-five years later, she lives a double life: first, Read more [...]

Batch Review: Fangirling over Brian Fatah Steele

Categories: 4 butterflies, 5 butterflies, Brian Fatah Steele, dark fantasy, horror, RBR, review
It was thanks to C.L.Stegall and Dark Red Press that it came about, me getting the chance to read some of Brian Fatah Steele‘s magnificent work. Oh yes, you heard me,  m a g n i f i c e n t !! So, as my title subtly suggests, this is going to be an overall fangirling post, with copious amounts of flailing about and the occasional squealing  No shame in going all groupie, girls, no shame at all! Not many of you have gotten to know my dark-woving side, but in this post you will see that aplenty. Bit by bit I will share with you my reading experiences Read more [...]