Fee Roberts

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  • Shimmer: A Faerie's Tragic Tale on July 02, 2016

    I received this book in exchange for an honest review. This is a short story of Elven love. It has the air of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. It's a delightful quick read.
  • Gothic Cavalcade on July 02, 2016

    I received this book in exchange for an honest review. I really like the way that A.F. Stewart tells a story. The characters are fleshed out to where I can really connect with them. The writing is smooth and easy to follow. I really enjoyed this book. I would recommend this book to all lovers of paranormal fantasy.
  • Killers and Demons II: They Return on July 02, 2016

    I received this book in exchange for an honest review. A.F.Stewart does it again! Chilling and dark, and full of characters that will send a chill down your spine. Definitely a must read!
  • Killers and Demons on July 02, 2016

    I received this book in exchange for an honest review. I really enjoyed Killers and Demons. The short stories grabbed you and took you into dark places where the characters were intense. I was looking around the room, while reading, just to make sure I was not being watched. These stories definitely made the hair on the back of my neck stand up. This is one book not to be miss.
  • Fairy Tale Fusion on July 02, 2016

    I received this book in exchange for an honest review. I enjoyed this book immensely. A.F. Stewart gave the familiar fairy tale characters a dark side, and it was quite the treat. It was written well, except for a couple of typos, but that does not stop the enjoyment that I felt reading these tales. I highly recommend this book.
  • The Meldling (First Novel of the Daemonva) on Aug. 26, 2016

    I received this book in exchange for an honest review. This was a very good story. I connected to the characters really well. There was a lot of action, which kept me enthralled. My only complaint is that the author needed an editor. The writing threw me off track numerous times. I had to keep rereading parts of the book just to understand what the author was trying to convey. This book would have been a five star rating, if written better.
  • Daygo's Fury on Aug. 26, 2016

    I won this book in a giveaway on one of the blogs I follow, Tome Tender, and received this book from the author. This is my honest opinion, and I received no compensation for this review. Daygo's Fury by John F. O' Sullivan is the first of a series. I'm not sure if it will be a trilogy or a series, to be honest. The story starts with a war, then jumps 172 years later. We meet Liam. He's an orphan, and lives in the slums. It goes into his story for a bit, then we meet Niisa, who lives in the forest. I loved Liam's story. The characters were well developed, and the story line was excellent. Niisa's story, on the other hand, lacked a developed story line. There was too much repetitiveness with Niisa's story. It seemed to go on and on about what Daygo is. I feel it could have been said once, maybe twice, and that would have been sufficient. I'm well invested in Liam's story, and I'm anxious to see where his story goes. I'm assuming that Liam and Niisa will eventually cross paths, but there was no evidence, other than the fact that there are these two main characters in the story.
  • Runes (A Runes Novel) on Oct. 21, 2016

    I won Runes in a giveaway on a blog that I follow. All opinions are my own. Runes by Ednah Walters is a story about seventeen year old Raine Cooper who finds out that she is not like other young ladies. I was somewhat disappointed in this story. It seems that this same story is going around the YA circuit: girl discovers she's different and falls for two guys. I was hoping there would be something refreshing and different with this book. With that being said, I felt that this book was very well written with clean romance.
  • On Loan: A Reading Under Wraps Short Story on Oct. 21, 2016

    On Loan: A Reading Under Wraps Short Story by Marie Michelle Coleman is a short story about a librarian, Mira Shepard, who finds an untitled book on her desk. Along with her friend Maddie, they embark on a hunt to find out what this mysterious book holds. Along the way, they have countless mishaps. On Loan, for me, was not mysterious enough for the book in question to be so mysterious. It just didn't intrigue me as much as I had hoped. The writing was fairly good, but the characters lacked substance. I won this book in a blog giveaway, and all opinions are my own.
  • Twists in Time on Oct. 21, 2016

    Twists in Time is an anthology of time travel stories. I usually don't read anthologies or time travel for that matter, but I found these stories interesting and engaging. These authors are very creative in their story telling. The writing is superb and the stories are powerful. I was pleasantly surprised with this anthology. I won Twists in Time in a blog giveaway, and all opinions are my own.
  • Deathsworn Arc: The Last Dragon Slayer on Oct. 27, 2017

    The Last Dragon Slayer by Martyn Stanley is the first book in the Deathsworn Arc series. Saul Karza is a wizard tasked with finding and killing a Noble Dragon. He is aided by two immigrants and a dwarf, but acquire the help of an elf and a dark elf along the way. This story was good, but it could have used a bit of editing. I became invested in the characters as the story unfolded. It was a slow paced tale until the end, but overall a decent story.
  • Deathsworn Arc: The Verkreath Horror on Oct. 27, 2017

    The Verkreath Horror by Martyn Stanley is the second book in the Deathsworn Arc series. After defeating the Noble Dragon and losing two of their comrades, the remaining crew start their journey back to the empress to receive their pay for a deed well done, but run into unfortunate circumstances that lead them running for their lives underground. This story was a bit slower paced as we got to know the characters a little better. The characters are a lively crew and it was interesting getting to know them more. I felt this book was better edited than the first, which made it more enjoyable than the first.
  • Deathsworn Arc: The Blood Queen on Nov. 18, 2017

    The Blood Queen by Martyn Stanley is the third installment in the Deathsworn Arc series. Wizard Saul Karza and his comrades have made it back to the Empress, but she is not as Saul remembers. This book gave a bit more insight into some of the mysteries surrounding the female elf and the wizard, but I think the female character gets too much attention from the author. I would like to know more about the dark elf and the dwarf. I can see the author's writing has matured since the first book, and the editing is getting much better. I received a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.