Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Deadly Consequences by Karl Anthony Francis

Deadly Consequences by Karl Anthony Francis

Guns are blazin’ in Harlem, an on going war between drug dealers is quickly spreading, and many people are dying; guilty and innocent alike. Dante Reynolds, aka Black, wants to live the American Dream and then some, he has the beautiful wife and children, the women on the side, and enough cash to buy anything he’s ever dreamed about. Being a drug dealer certainly has its perks.

Black has to witness the deaths of his friends and family, but each time he vows to get even. Blood shed, murder, betrayal, and an eleventh commandment, “Never Get Caught,” and erotic sex scenes are all a part of Black’s lifestyle now. His crew is called the Syndicate, and they are going to gun down anyone that gets in their way, or anyone that messes with their friends and family.

Deadly Consequences by Karl Anthony Francis is a book that includes street slang, shoot ‘em up and leave no witnesses, and erotic nature all rolled into one. You get pulled into the story line and feel the connection Mr. Francis wants you to feel toward the main character. This was a very “gangster/drug dealer” sort of read, but it was enjoyable none the less. 4.5 Stars

Reviewed for Kendall Publication

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Black Crystal, Ebon Death by TM Mason *Kendall Publication

A boy left alone in the world is about to meet someone that will restore his place among Royalty. Burying his father is when the cloaked stranger appears, telling him that there will be consequences to the adventure they are about to partake together. He is the rightful heir to the throne, at fourteen years of age, he is skeptical but follows the Gray mage into a battle of the worlds.

Dragons, mage’s, Elves, and many more creatures as well as the Gray mage himself are entwined within this fantasy world created in the hands of Mr. Mason. A lonely boy is about to get a taste of what it is like to have power, he just must watch the evil that lives within his staff of power.

Black Crystal, Ebon Death is a fantasy novel that keeps you entertained the whole way through. Mason paints pictures with his words, making your imagination go into overdrive. A classic story about a boy going against the odds, with a twist is what Black Crystal, Ebon Death is all about. If you’re a fantasy reader, and are looking for something with a little new-age edge, this book is for you. The author writes in a unique style and is sometimes hard to follow, but this was still a good read. 4 Stars

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