Day 114: Book Review: Zed - Stephen Herfst
Author: Stephen Herfst
Summary: Zed is not your typical zombie, cursed with thought instead of being the mindless, brain chewing typical zombie. He just wants a few things improved stride, a lightly seared pork loin, and to avoid the Activists at all costs. That's all. Chaos soon rears its head in his life in the form of Chase, and now the "fun" begins.
Review: I'm fully ready for the Zombie apocalypse, though if the Zombies are like Zed things might get really interesting. I liked this book, I truly did. To have it written from the point of view of the zombie was something refreshing and surprising to say the least, as very rarely used point of view in the whole plethora of zombie literature, film and TV. The tone of the book is witty and the various references to TV and movies throughout were something I enjoyed. Just looking at the title, I wasn't quite sure w
Day 109: Book Review: Viridis - Calista Taylor
Author: Calista Taylor
Summary: Lady Phoebe Hughes, developer of the herbal Viridis and owner of a club becomes the center of attention when Lord Hawthorne is murdered after leaving her establishment. Her beloved, Mr. Seth Elliott a brilliant tinkerer, returns from his post in the Outlands, and that causes a stir. Beneath a back drop of revolution, conspiracy and murder Phoebe must struggle to free her love and find her happiness again.
Review: Lady Phoebe Hughes has created an herbal elixir that is all the rage amongst London's elite. Viridis brings an experience of euphoria, heightened senses and holds the potential to bring the consumer to orgasm with a singular kiss. However, not all is euphoric for Lady Phoebe. A lord is murdered after leaving her club, and as it turns out the lord had been working for the Special Services to infiltrate a movement known as the Cause.