Brett H

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Rough Men by Aric Davis
Rough Men by Aric Davis
5.0 out of 5 stars Quite a Ride, 21 July 2014
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This is a short read- 187 pages. But don't let that put you off - this novel is jam packed with action.

Will Daniels has not led a good life. He fears he has failed his devoted wife, Alison and their son Alex. When Alex's body turns up burnt beyond recognition, he fears the worst. He's right to: Alex has not died an honourable death. Before he died he was involved in a bloody robbery with some erstwhile friends from his prison days. It seems one or more of them may have engineered his death. Will may not have been a great dad but Alison was a great mum and she and Will want justice for their only boy.

When the Police investigations turn up only blanks, Will turns… Read more
Schism: The Battle for Darracia (Book 1) by Michael Phillip Cash
I have read each three of Michael Phillip Cash's previous volumes. What is particularly noteworthy, in addition to the fact that they have each been very satisfactory reads, is the variation in the subject matter of the stories. Hence it is no surprise that this time round the author has attempted something completely different. Although billed as a science fiction story, this has distinct fantasy overtones and, in my opinion, is his best work so far.

This is quite a short story running to just a couple of hundred well spaced pages. However, a lot of ground is covered. In some ways this could be described as a good old fashioned morality tale. The divide between good and evil is… Read more
Collision: The Battle for Darracia - Book 2 (The D&hellip by Michael Phillip Cash
5.0 out of 5 stars High Drama at Darracia, 21 July 2014
I am not sure how many books the author has in mind for his series, but this is the second and, quite clearly there is to be at least one more. These are not standalone novels,and any reader who comes across this one without having read the first will find it difficult to catch up with the thread of the story.

However, having read the first about three months back I found it very easy to pick up on this tale. Without wishing to do the author any disservice it is clear that this is most suitable for a young adult audience. However, I, who am certainly not a young adult, found the characters such as V'Sair, Tulani, Zayden and Denita interesting and I began to care about what was… Read more