The Russian Idea by Steve Evans

I’ve heard that another reviewer called this an odd book and I’m not sure why. The only thing I can figure is that they found the philosophy angle to be strange (and there is a good deal of philosophy discussion between the characters) However since I knew it would be there already, I did not […]

Blood Fugue by E.J. Wesley

Blood Fugue introduces readers to Jenny, a young woman who, after the deaths of her parents and grandparents, believes she is alone in the world. Then, she gets an email from her supposedly dead grandfather. She’s smart enough to know that there’s no net service to the cemetery which means one of two things, either […]