Search Results: "Matthew Jordan Storm"


BOOK REVIEW

Avenging Africanus by Matthew Jordan Storm
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 2, 2015

"Part history lesson, part dramatic interpretation, this narrative sheds light on a time of fascinating conflict."
The second installment in Storm's (From Africanus, 2015, etc.) historical-fiction trilogy about Byzantine aspirations abroad. Read full book review >

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Immortal Africanus by Matthew Jordan Storm
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 29, 2015

"A grand conclusion to an epic trilogy about a general who seemed incapable of fighting for anything less than the ultimate glory of Rome."
Storm (Avenging Africanus, 2015, etc.) delivers the third book in a historical-fiction series about Byzantine emperor Justinian I's attempts to reconquer Roman lands.Read full book review >

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Released: Dec. 7, 2011

"A historical novel richly detailed enough that it manages to be engrossing even though its hero is frequently just an observer of events."
Storm's dazzlingly researched evocation of the Constantinople of Justinian and Theodora, the first in a proposed series, struggles to find a dramatically satisfying role for its young hero. Read full book review >

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SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Nov. 1, 2004

"Constantine leaves us in a dark place, with her capstone volume next."
The feminist fantasy fabulist offers the second in her new Wraeththu trilogy. Read full book review >

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MARCHING HOME by Brian Matthew Jordan
NON-FICTION
Released: Jan. 26, 2015

"A useful history of how 'the terror of this unprecedented war long outlived the stacking of arms at Appomattox.'"
This Civil War history begins where most end, showing what happened to the men who fought to preserve the Union. Read full book review >

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OH MY GODDESS
by Mandy Curtis

BOOK REPORT for Freya by Matthew Laurence

Cover Story: Photo Op
BFF Charm: Natalie Imbruglia
Swoonworthy Scale: 3
Talky Talk: Modern Theology
Bonus Factor: Gods and Goddesses (+ Diversity)
Factor: Open-Ended
Relationship Status: Agnostic

Cover Story: Photo Op

Although the wings on this cover are more colorful than the DeLand Wings, everything about the image reminds me of the photos I’ve ...


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MATTHEW DOWD
by Rhett Morgan

A political analyst with ABC news, the co-author of 2006’s Applebee’s America, and the former chief strategist for the Bush-Cheney 2004 presidential campaign, Matthew Dowd has spent the last seven years ruminating on the current state of the country. Through his columns and TV appearances he sharpened his observations about leadership and what is lacking in that leadership, but it ...


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BOOK REVIEW

BODY BY STORM by Hunter  Storm
Released: Nov. 14, 2012

"An enthusiastic and sensible approach to getting in shape."
Storm, in her self-help debut, presents a complete program to help people eat a healthy diet, get fit and change their body—and their life. Read full book review >

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MANTIS by Daniel Storm
MYSTERY THRILLER

"Despite frequently giving into thriller clichés, a story notable for the decline of its sinister, once-harmless villain."
Storm's (Reaper's Gate, 2013) novel traces the hunt to find an unlikely serial killer. Read full book review >

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THE CROWN OF SILENCE by Storm Constantine
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 1, 2001

"An uncontrolled and unconvincing continuation: dedicated fans only."
Second entry in Constantine's—trilogy? series?—about the aggressively expansionist Magravandian Empire (Sea Dragon Heir, 2000) and the people who scheme to run it, change it, or bring about its downfall. Read full book review >

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SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: June 1, 2003

"Constantine answers her fans' endless demands."
Dream-laden fantasy kicks off this British author's latest Gothic exercise. Read full book review >

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SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: June 13, 2006

"A fine exploration of 'the other,' and an original alternative to the same-old fantasy cluttering shelves."
Triumphant conclusion to the Wraeththu Histories, following The Shades of Time and Memory (2004). Read full book review >