Review Roundup for May 2009, Part 1

Today we're linking you up with new reviews from sites that focus on the Lost Genre! Look out for more in the days to come.

Crush Depth by Joe Buff - The future: Another war... another frightening aspect of man's desire to dominate other men. A coordinated coup in South Africa and Germany catches America off guard and redefines a new Axis movement.

Of Staves and Sigmas - Souls of Ergos Book One, by Geoffrey Verdegast - Split personality disorder. Perhaps this is the best way James Wagner can describe his life. Is he really James Wagner going mad or is he really Voknor of Ergos? The unexpected shifting of worlds and personalities plunges the reader into a world of terror where our hero, James Wagner, must face blood thirsty foes in his quest for sanity.

Star Stepping by Various Authors - Avid readers of Fantasy and Sci-Fi will be hard pressed to find a more thoroughly enjoyable collection...Its varied selections cover the spectrum of the Fantasy and Sci-Fi genres.

Violator - The Langsyne Chronicles Book Three, by Jonathan Christopher - After another near crash landing, Zsi has three members of his crew vanish. Where and how to find them? Zsi has no choice but to go through the travel door-the mysterious time portal-to find them.

Dixie by Stephen Sulkey
- It is the year 2001, but it is not the same country most Americans would call the “Good Old USA.” The North lost the Civil War in 1865 and vanished from existence to become the Greater Confederate States of America.

Soulless by Clea Saal - The disturbing mesh of everyday events turns Professor Paul Webster and a college associate into investigators trying to solve a tangled web of paranormal happenings.

Cascade Effect by James Armentrout - An imaginative work of deceit, betrayal, and full blown action across the cold, merciless surface of the moon.

One for Sorrow, Two for Joy by Clive Woodall - Slyekin, leader of the magpies, is bent on dominating all of Birddom.

The Mushroom Circle: A Fairy Tale for Giants by Clare C. Newbury - a fairy tale that any adult would find fascinating and down right humorous.

Shepherd's Quest - The Broken Key #1, by Brian S. Pratt - an adventure story about young lads looking for riches, fame and adventure.

Quest’s End - The Broken Key #3, by Brian S. Pratt - Finding the last segment of the Key to the King’s Horde has become an obsession with Riyan and his friends.

Bryre's Jewels - Book I Of Forgotten Ages, by Joan How
- It is really hard to believe that Joan How wrote Bryre's Jewels: Book 1 of Forgotten Ages while still in high school.

The Circle of the Swan - Book One of the DragonFire Series, by Jana G. Oliver - an intriguing tale of siblings whose drab medieval world is suddenly turned upside down.

The Summoning Stone - Book Two of the Dragonfire Series, by Jana G. Oliver - a well crafted story whose characters feelings and expressions move beyond the page to capture the reader’s heart and soul.

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