A Review of J.M. Hackman’s “Burn”

*Note: While this review does not reveal the ending, it does contain spoilers.* The final book in The Firebrand Chronicles, Burn, reveals a darker side to our teenage hero, Brenna James, and delves deeper into the Jasper Territory’s history. Brenna’s people have been forced to seek refuge in another land as Rune’s control now encompassesContinue reading “A Review of J.M. Hackman’s “Burn””

A Review of “Lost on the Titanic (Out of Time Book 1)”

What would you do if you found yourself aboard the Titanic—hours before it sank? Allie and Vic Taylor and their friend Max land aboard the Titanic after the Taylor’s precocious puppy, Luna, swallows a mysterious object from an equally mysterious woman. The three kids are sure their venture through time has something to do withContinue reading “A Review of “Lost on the Titanic (Out of Time Book 1)””

Keagan’s Review of “Light of Mine” by Allen Brokken

This is a book review written by my thirteen-year-old son, Keagan. It has been published with his permission. Light of Mine is a Christan novel. It’s aimed at middle-grade readers, and features three fictitious, light-based tools, creatures that have been blessed by God, and a family devoted to God. The main characters are Lauren, Aiden,Continue reading “Keagan’s Review of “Light of Mine” by Allen Brokken”

Today’s Special: Pi

Do you know what day Saturday is? It’s Pi Day! Pi Day is a special holiday (at least for math lovers) that occurs on March 14th to celebrate the never ending fun and mystery of the notorious, irrational constant known as Pi. A constant calculated by dividing the circumference of a circle by its diameter.Continue reading “Today’s Special: Pi”

A Review of “Heart of the Curiosity”

Heart of the Curiosity is a gaslamp fantasy novel by H.L. Burke. It’s aimed at young adult readers, and features gadgets, intrigue, witty dialogue, and a sprinkling of romance. One of my favorite reads of 2019, Heart of the Curiosity shines with mystery, humor, and a unique blend of whimsy. I laughed out loud atContinue reading “A Review of “Heart of the Curiosity””