Amy’s Reviews || Reliance by Paul McMurrough

A crisis looms on the horizon. Professor Martin Monroe has predicted that a massive solar flare is on a direct path for Earth. The result will be a global power outage.  Cell towers, power grids, water systems, prisons— nothing will be left untouched.  How will the world handle this disaster?  Style: First of all, McMurroughContinue reading “Amy’s Reviews || Reliance by Paul McMurrough”

Amy’s Reviews || Wizards and Wives’ Tales

Paula’s life revolves around two things: RPG and her friends. Everything else is secondary… her job, her exercise regimen, finding love. It doesn’t help that she feels like she’s not very good at her job and not the right type of girl to sweep the tall, well-dressed Luis off his feet. Joe is an oceanContinue reading “Amy’s Reviews || Wizards and Wives’ Tales”

Amy’s Reviews || Muck World by CG Lewis

Following the Ever Rain, a global superstorm that melted ice caps, rose sea levels, and forced the survivors to seek higher ground, society exists in makeshifts towns and villages, barely scraping by the best they can in the horrific, muddy circumstances. Civilization as we knew it fell with the rain, and with its fall, dividesContinue reading “Amy’s Reviews || Muck World by CG Lewis”

Amy’s Reviews || Skid Kids by Michael Franz

Zander is a mutant. Not by choice. Westport made him this way; President Crowley made him this way. The Wastelands are full of mutants like Zander and his younger sister Kensy. They’re victims of the Cleanse– a deadly gas that leaves its survivors deformed. Cast aside by the humans that live in Westport, they areContinue reading “Amy’s Reviews || Skid Kids by Michael Franz”