Category Archives: RBR

Review: The Keepers of the Rose by D.J. Dalasta

Categories: 2 butterflies, action, adventure, D.J. Dalasta, history, RBR, review, some romance
     The Keepers of the RoseD.J. Dalasta; Kindle Edition, Published Published March 29th 2011Nestled off the coast of a charming little town in Nova Scotia, Oak Island is home to the longest running treasure hunt in modern times. The secrets hidden on the small piece of land have been thwarting treasure seekers for over two hundred years, consuming millions of dollars and costing multiple lives. For famed treasure hunter, Rock Tilton, the island is nothing more than an obsession.When Rock receives a call from his ex-wife, archaeologist Anna Read more [...]

Review: A Cannibal In Hell by John S Donnelly

Categories: 4 butterflies, John S Donnelly, RBR, review, surrealism
      A Cannibal In HellJohn S Donnelly; Kindle Edition, Published May 22nd, 2011On his first day in Hell, a man called Strife walks naked and confused through a desert. He misses his stolen lover, but he will not be lonely for long because there are cannibals in Hell. Strife is a man reborn in Hell who remembers only his name and two other things. First, that Rise is the woman who was taken from him. And second, that Yaw is the man who stole her, and who by this condemned Strife to Hell. If Strife is to re-unite himself with the woman he Read more [...]

Review: Tree of Life Saga books #1,#2 by Steven Smith

Categories: 4 butterflies, 5 butterflies, adventure, fantasy, RBR, review, Steven Smith, ya
       The Map of the Known World,  The Ordeal of FireSteven Smith; Lulu EditionPrester John rules the Known World with an iron grip. Through his servants, the fanatical Brotherhood of Redemption, his dominion stretches into every land. Meanwhile fourteen year old Elowen Aubyn lives a miserable life in an orphanage. Bullied by the other children and by the cruel Master, she dreams of escape and adventure, little realising that her dreams are about to become terrifyingly real. When an encounter with the mysterious Tom Hickathrift leaves Elowen Read more [...]

Review: 30 Failures by Age 30 by Katharine Miller

Categories: 5 butterflies, essay, humor, Katharine Miller, RBR, review
      30 Failures by Age 30 (Volume 1)Katharine Miller; Kindle First Edition, Published January 17, 2011 by KLM DesignsOnce upon a time, 30 was old. It was Grown Up. It was almost middle-aged. If you weren’t married, something was wrong with you. If you didn’t have children, something was wrong with you. If you weren’t settled down with life all figured out, you’d screwed up somewhere along the way. Or so it seemed. Here is one woman’s exploration of personal and social failures and the hilarity that ensues.- Goodreads on 30 Failures Read more [...]

Review: The Weight of Night by C.L.Stegall

Categories: 4 butterflies, C.L.Stegall, fantasy, RBR, review, ya
      The Weight Of NightC.L. Stegall; Kindle Edition, Published January 25th, 2011Alexis is not your average high school graduate, her photographic memory and difficult personality usually making her a loner. But, when her life is further thrown into turmoil and tragedy strikes, everything she has known turns out to be based upon a lie. With her faithful friend Keats in tow, she sets out on a dangerous journey of self-discovery, with a mysterious stalker never far behind. Finding herself in a world populated by nothing less than myth and legend Read more [...]

Review: Tag by Simon Royle

Categories: 4 butterflies, RBR, review, romance, sci-fi, Simon Royle
    Tag (The Zumar Chronicles)Simon Royle; Kindle Edition, Published December 2, 2010 by I & I PressIn the wake of Arbitrator Jonah Oliver’s interrogation of Jibril Muraz, a prisoner of UNPOL, his secure life disintegrates into one of lies, corruption, conspiracy and murder due to what he learns. Jonah is thrown into a race against the clock to stop a plot designed to eliminate two-thirds of the population. The odds are stacked against him. He soon finds his past is not what he thought it was, those closest to him cannot be trusted, and what Read more [...]