The Dreams of Ida Rothschild from @kleffnotes

Moving through past and future The Dreams of Ida Rothschild is the third and final volume of the original trilogy about the Screenmasters and the world of W. Mahlon Purdin. The story within this book focuses on a young girl named Ida Rothschild who is granted a new life in a new form by the Emers. This world blends sci-fi with historical fiction on a captivating way. Continue reading “The Dreams of Ida Rothschild from @kleffnotes”

Soul Remains Book Review from @kleffnotes

Sam Hooker expands the world of his Terribly Serious Darkness series with book two, Soul Remains. Sloot Peril wakes up on a grave and realizes that at some point he has died. Yes, died, Sloot has become a ghost and joined a number of his friends in the Hereafter. This isn’t the only thing going on for Sloot, but this not exactly heroic hero has to figure out what he needs to do now. Continue reading “Soul Remains Book Review from @kleffnotes”

The Wilted Flower District Book Review from @kleffnotes

The Wilted Flower District is a follow-up to a book I previously review on The Nerdy Girl Express, Forgotten Violets. In this new addition to the series the focus is on the child of Meadow Noone, the main character of the first book, Violet Noone. After the death of her mother and father, Violet is being raised by a friend of her parents and she even has two adopted siblings. One of these siblings will lead Violet to become involved in a murder investigation and a number of other dangerous events in The Domain. Continue reading “The Wilted Flower District Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Die Again, Mr. Holmes Book Review from @kleffnotes

Lucy James, now Lucy Kelly after marrying police inspector Jack in the previous novel in the Sherlock Holmes/Lucy James series. In Die Again, Mr. Holmes Lucy and her famous father have both been tasked with finding a missing person in cases that surprisingly become linked. Smugglers, opium, and a great deal of mystery abound in this brand new addition to the series. Continue reading “Die Again, Mr. Holmes Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Death March Escape Book Review from @kleffnotes

Jack J. Hersch delves into his father’s history in this book Death March Escape: The Remarkable Story of a Man Who Twice Escaped From the Nazi Holocaust. After a phone call from his cousin revealed to Hersch that his father was being showcased on the website for the Mauthausen Concentration Camp. On the page was a picture that his father had to given to someone and after learning that Dave Hersch had gone back to where he had suffered, his son wants to understand why he made this choice and what his experience was like. Continue reading “Death March Escape Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Lovecraft’s Journal Early Promotion ( @angelbomb )from @kleffnotes

Todd Thyberg started Angel Bomb in 1997 and is about to embark on his greatest project yet. His company is a design and letterpress studio located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. After doing three previous letterpress books he has begun designing something that will speak to H.P. Lovecraft fans. Continue reading “Lovecraft’s Journal Early Promotion ( @angelbomb )from @kleffnotes”

Andrea Vernon and the Corporation for UltraHuman Protection @audible_com Review from @kleffnotes

Andrea Vernon and the Corporation for UltraHuman Protection is Alexander C. Kane’s debut novel and came out of an idea he had during an end of year sales meeting. Andrea has been unemployed and while she has been interviewing one of the companies she contacted has a very hands on approach to interviews. As she lounges in her living room not one, but two heroes appear in her apartment and whisk her away to a mysterious place that deploys superheroes. Much like every new job, Andrea has to go through some growing pains, though what she has to get used to is anything from ordinary. Continue reading “Andrea Vernon and the Corporation for UltraHuman Protection @audible_com Review from @kleffnotes”

Atomic Marriage @audible_com Review from @kleffnotes

Curtis Sittenfeld is a best selling author known for her story collection, You Think It, I’ll Say It, and her novels Prep, The Man of My Dreams, American Wife, and Sisterland. She has also published non-fiction works in a variety of publications. Her original story Atomic Marriage looks at the difficulties of marriage through the viewpoint of Heather Thiesen, who is charged with getting the writer of Atomic Marriage to agree to a movie deal, which he feels may contradict with the message of his book. Continue reading “Atomic Marriage @audible_com Review from @kleffnotes”

The Man on the Mountaintop @audible_com Review from @kleffnotes

The Man on the Mountaintop is an Audible exclusive audio drama that is adapted from the works of Susan Trott. Combining the stories of The Holy Man and The Holy Man’s Journey, which were combined and adapted by Libby Spurrier, this new version focuses on Joe, a holy man on a mountaintop, who is beginning to realize that he must find a successor to his work. Through the story listeners learn about Joe and his own journey as well as the emotional and physical journeys of the pilgrims who have come to see him. Continue reading “The Man on the Mountaintop @audible_com Review from @kleffnotes”

Apocalypse 5 Book Review from @kleffnotes

In a world where you are raised with just a number for a name being chosen to be part of the Apocalypse 5 changes everything. With the Earth below considered to be dangerous and deadly, the 5 are sent into simulations to be the champions of Earth. Whenever a member of the 5 dies they are instantly replaced by a new recruit and in Apocalypse 5:( Archives of the Fives Book 1) we are introduced to Detroit and her Apocalypse 5 team who learn more about Earth and their role as the chosen 5 than any other team before them. Continue reading “Apocalypse 5 Book Review from @kleffnotes”