Indie Book Reviews (page 647)

ALDRIC & ANNELIESE by Harry E. Gilleland, Jr.
Released: Feb. 5, 2011

"A simple, brief story to pass a couple of hours."
The story of a king, damsels in distress and knights to rescue them all. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 4, 2011

"The narrative style distracts from a compelling dystopian world."
Rogers' debut dystopian novel takes place between two earthen apocalypses. Read full book review >

BLUNDERLAND by Elizabeth O’Kane
Released: Feb. 3, 2011

"Though plagued by gaps in internal logic, the novel is at least partially redeemed by engaging characters and sheer force of imagination.

A rich fantasy world in the tradition of Lewis Carroll's Wonderland. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 3, 2011

"A memoir that has the courage to believe in eternal love, despite the pain."
A memoir from Barrett detailing the "agony and ecstasy" of love, documented through letters. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 1, 2011

"A touching testimonial to one man's life and an expression of the depth of love that bound two people together even beyond death."
A personal account of one woman's experiences and revelations of an afterlife following her husband's sudden death. Read full book review >

GLIDE by Bill Gourgey
Released: Feb. 1, 2011

"Gourgey's wide range of references creates an entertaining, albeit dense, tale of the dangers and benefits of science and love."
Philosophy, scientific theory, literary allusion, espionage and magic combine to create a world where secrets in hidden lands and laboratories threaten a post-apocalyptic civilization. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 1, 2011

"A well-constructed, engaging call to action."
Former tennis pro Sprouse coaches readers on how to achieve their potential. Read full book review >
BREAKING GROUND by Robert J. Cornell
Released: Feb. 1, 2011

"A page-turner of the highest order."
In Cornell's thriller, an unprecedented discovery could invalidate much of what historians believe about humankind's ancient past. Read full book review >
TEL AVIV STORIES by Ashley Rindsberg
Released: Feb. 1, 2011

"An inventive, empathetic set of character studies."
In Rindsberg's debut collection, magical realism joins biblical resonance in seven stories populated largely by Israel's underclass of beggars and madmen. Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 31, 2011

"Gladney provides a service by seeing and sharing the spiritual side of a seemingly nonspiritual crime."
Gladney explains how to avoid and recover from identity theft, both natural and spiritual. Read full book review >
ENEMY OF ART by Dick Henderson
Released: Jan. 31, 2011

"An eccentric, thin-skinned, ill-tempered screed."
Henderson's anti-intellectual manifesto unmasks the malign influence of art critics and their ideologies. Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 31, 2011

"A reassuring, information-packed roadmap to getting into print."
Do-it-yourself authors will get a useful leg up on the business side of self-publishing from this slim how-to guide. Read full book review >
Kirkus Interview
Jude Deveraux
author of EVER AFTER
July 1, 2015

New York Times bestselling author Jude Deveraux's eagerly awaited Ever After, the third novel in her blockbuster Nantucket Brides trilogy, continues the saga of the Montgomery-Taggerts, set on an island steeped in beauty and unforgettable romance. Life is anything but perfect for Hallie Hartley, a young physical therapist who has given up nearly everything—even her love life—for her beautiful blonde stepsister, Shelly. Though Shelly's acting career has never taken off, she has certainly perfected the crocodile tears to get what she wants—which all too often means Hallie's boyfriends. When Hallie arrives home early from work one fateful day, she makes two startling discoveries that will turn her life upside down. "This sexy, lighthearted romp brings the series to a satisfying close," our reviewer writes. View video >