Echoes of Darkness Book 2 in the Echoes Trilogy Paperback | Kindle
By Cheryl Campbell
Publisher: Sonar Press
Paperback release date: October 5, 2020
The war for Earth between the alien Echo Wardens, who want nothing more than to exterminate all humans, and the partnership between humans and their Echo allies continues to rage on. Dani, a unique Echo ally who regens (ability to die and come back to life at a younger age) to a 10-year girl with few memories, still grows to lead offensive missions to take back their cities. Her sights are set on reclaiming Boston, despite a past that is but a fragment of a horrible memory.
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Flame Tree Press is an exciting publisher, newly launched, and I have to say… some of these titles give me the shivers. With influences ranging from the macabre to the modern, the novels spouting forth from this press is sure to delight those who love to be thrilled.
Check out some of the horror and sci-fi titles below.
Dylan on Dylan Interviews and Encounters – Bob Dylan
Musicians in Their Own Words Series Hardcover | Kindle
Edited by Jeff Burger
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
Release Date: May 1, 2018
The book title gives away the content. Dylan on Dylan: Interviews and Encounters (Musicians in Their Own Words) compiles a primary source view (with some secondary sources of the interviewer’s feelings about the experience) of the mystery folk man who really is a reluctant symbol of a revolution.
Everyday Scenes from a Parallel World: Background Illustrations and Scenes from Anime and Manga Works from PIE International is a collection of art that displays ordinary life in extraordinary beauty. Works from 39 artists capture the eye and heart. It is no wonder that manga and anime are so popular all over the world.
Go Home, Afton Afton Morrison Series Book 1 Kindle Edition
By Brent Jones
Publisher: Self-Published via Amazon Digital Services
Release date: June 25, 2018
In Brent Jones‘s Go Home, Afton, a young librarian with a compulsion to kill turns to vigilantism to stop a serial rapist, but a dangerous person from her own past has returned to thwart her efforts.
Afton Morrison is a small-town children’s librarian with an urge to kill. Yes, kill. Ever since a teenage trauma, she’s been plagued with the need to hurt people, prompted on by Animus, the name she’s given to the voice inside her head that represents her darkest desires. Thankfully she’s been able to keep her feelings in check”¦ until now. At 26, she’s finally ready to take her first life. But Afton is really a good person at heart, who’d rather help than harm. That’s why she decides to go the vigilante route, with her first target being an alleged serial rapist who so far has gotten away scott-free. But a dark figure from her own past has suddenly returned, shadowing her and hindering her plans with the possible intention of harming her again.