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Choices and Chances offers three distinct short stories that have everything to do with the pebble in the pond theory; the ripple-effect a single choice can have on the totality of our lives and those around us. The Streak’s main character plays a very active role in his situation, while the protagonist in The Traffickers chose an environment where others held the strings. In The Law of Unintended Consequences, you’re left having that internal debate to assign blame or determine cause and effect like some kind of prosecuting attorney. Read the rest of this entry »
Pay close attention as you read this short story because if its poetic style doesn’t carry you away, the detailed and descriptive scenes Jon Dembacher creates will certainly leave you stunned by his gruesome brilliance…and that’s only after the first few paragraphs. Read the rest of this entry »
Seven Into the Bleak by Matthew Iden; a goodreads average rating of 4.3 stars.
About Seven Into the Bleak:
Seven adventurers bent on discovering gold and glory enter the Bleak. At first they find all they could want and more but as they descend to the darker places they find the evil is made of sterner stuff and when their way out is blocked, they have no choice but to go even deeper into this hell. As the weeks and months of searching for the way out continues, they discover that it’s the path itself that shapes them on their quest for riches. Read the rest of this entry »
Assassin by Matthew Iden; an Amazon average rating of 4.0 stars.
Some Thoughts on Assassin:
Assassin has a common medieval back-story of a war between two nations that’s run its course with the people and needs to be reconciled politically. What isn’t so common is the intimate view of this process behind the scenes where the chess match between greed and desperation are played out. Lowan’s final act to save his people will leave you stunned. Read the rest of this entry »
The Orphan Factory by James & Lance Morcan; an Amazon average rating of 4.8 stars.
A Little About The Orphan Factory:
Resuming where it all began -
The Morcan’s take us to Chicago, Ill., on a journey with 23 genetically altered children and the organization bent on creating the world’s most elite stable of espionage operatives. In this prequel, as with the first novel (The Ninth Orphan), you’ll focus on Nine as he shows early signs of walking to the beat of a slightly different drum than his Omega masters would prefer. You’ll witness the depths of the manipulation used to shape these children and clearly see how Omega’s choices in dealing with Nine ultimately plant the seeds of their demise in book one. Read the rest of this entry »