Another wonderful, insightful review for The Twelfth Labor, the last book of Three Seconds to Legend! Thanks to RedHeadedBookLover and enjoy!
The Tale of the Tape, J.B. Garner
RedHeadedBooklover tackles the second book of Three Seconds to Legend, The Tale of the Tape! Again, I’m thankful for the thoughts, insights, and kind words!
The Opening Bell, J.B. Garner
It’s always great to get a glowing review like this one for The Opening Bell! Thank you, RedHeadedBookLover!
Indefatigable by J.B. Garner (@JBGarner_Writes) – Review
Another greatly appreciated review for Indefatigable! Thanks, David, for your insights and thoughts!
Title – Indefatigable (The Push Chronicles #2)
Author – J.B. Garner
Genre – Superhero/Fantasy
Length – 167 Pages
Publication – Sept 2014
My Rating –4/5 Stars
Three months ago, the Whiteout changed the very nature of reality across the globe, spawning in its wake superhuman beings, both good and evil. For every day since then, Irene Roman, armed only with a strange immunity from the powers of the ‘Pushed’, has donned the guise of Indomitable to try to reverse that change and protect the normal people from the worst excesses of the Pushed. She may never have wanted to be a hero, but she had no choice in the mater.
Unfortunately, Irene is still only mortal. Her never-ending duties have pushed her to a breaking point. Now, what began as a simple kidnapping investigation catalyzes overnight into the worst threat the city of Atlanta has had to face. An unholy plague, old enemies…
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Novel Review: Incorruptible by J. B. Garner
And a review of Incorruptible to make for a full set of reviews from Jaffa! Great stuff as always!
Incorruptible by J.B. Garner
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The urban fantasy series with the heart, soul and humor of a self-aware comic book concludes appropriately and true to itself. Wishes became reality under the warped plan of an unsure, mad scientist in the series opener. At his mind’s bidding, superheroes and supervillians [“Pushed” and “Pushcrooks”] burst onto the scene. The eternal battle between good and evil was to be led unquestionably by neo-God, Epic–the former professor/mad scientist. Protagonist, ex-girlfriend Dr. Irene Roman [aka “Indy”] leads the charge in countering the comic-inspired madness. She’s one of the few [“Naturals”] that can see through the new reality to the old one.
This final installment sees factions of Pushed each battling to define what the new relationship between Pushed and non-Pushed will look like. The Pushed all too often ignore that the non-Pushed might have their own thoughts in this matter…
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Novel Review: Indefatigable by J. B. Garner
They don’t come as quickly right now but it’s always good to see a fresh review crop up! Enjoy!
Indefatigable by J.B. Garner
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
The urban fantasy series with the heart, soul and humor of a self-aware comic book continues here after its impressive start with Indomitable. Wishes became reality under the warped plan of an unsure, mad scientist in the series opener. At his mind’s bidding, superheroes and supervillians burst onto the scene. The eternal battle between good and evil was to be led unquestionably by neo-God, Epic–the former professor/mad scientist. Protagonist, ex-girlfriend Dr. Irene Roman leads the charge in countering the comic-inspired madness. She’s one of the few that can see through the new reality to the old one. She’s accompanied by a ragtag band of loyal new superheroes that don’t necessarily agree that everything new, including their powers, is bad.
Another unaffected person takes center stage here, but his methods are too extreme for Irene and he either wants her…
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Starving Interview: Viv Doyle, author of The Treason Game
To cap off our busy Friday, we invite Viv Doyle, the latest chef to enter the Starving Kitchen with her book, The Treason Game, and have a chat about literary cuisine and her own style in the kitchen. Enjoy!
Starving Review: Blood Curse (Waves of Darkness Book 1) by Tamara A. Lowery
Blood Curse (Waves of Darkness Book 1) by Tamara A. Lowery (Amazon, Goodreads)
You know, for post-holiday literary cravings, one could do worse than pick up some fresh seafood. That being the case, that’s exactly what I did! Today’s literary meal is a spicy bit of historical fiction set during the Golden Age of Piracy. Magic, vampires, creatures, pirates, and rum are the promises of the day in Blood Curse so let’s hit the waves and see it the meal is as filling as it promises!
Before we tip back the rum barrel, let us swear our oaths to the rules of the Starving Review:
- I attempt to rate every book from the perspective of a fan of the genre
- I attempt to make every review as spoiler-free as possible
We are still being killed.
There’s nothing I can add here that isn’t already said in the main body of the blog. Definitely read it though.
Review of The Opening Bell by J. B. Garner
It’s always a good start to the weekend to find a new review up for a book! Thank you, Sara, and enjoy folks!
Author: J. B. Garner
Series: Three Seconds to Legend Book 1
Publication Date: August 7, 2015
Genre: Coming of Age
Leilana Ito knew her family had a long history in the wrestling world, but she never knew how much had been kept secret from her. When Leilana wanted to follow in the family footsteps, she was shocked when her father adamantly refused to let her proceed with no reason why.
Leilana couldn’t deny the fighting spirit in her heart. Refusing his prohibition, she had no idea what terrible events her defiance would set into motion!
Now a rookie wrestler in the heart of Oklahoma, Leilana faces ring rivalries, impossible odds, corporate machinations, and threats she could never imagine as she struggles to prove herself. As the truth behind her family’s history becomes clear, the stakes continue to rise. Will Leilana rise to the challenge and win it…
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