Dead Men Tell No Tales – skitter (Ezekiel Boone)

Ahoy there me mateys!  I know that I just reviewed the first novel of this series, the hatching, yesterday.  But I just couldn't help but need more of the swarm of massive creepy flesh eating spiders.  I had to know what happened next!  This review won't contain spoilers but well it does talk about a … Continue reading Dead Men Tell No Tales – skitter (Ezekiel Boone)

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Dead Men Tell No Tales – the hatching (Ezekiel Boone)

Ahoy there me mateys!  Now if spiders be creepy creatures to ye and make yer skin crawl and yer pulse run then understand that drew @ thetattooedbookgeek is to blame fer me just giving ye the shivers in yer timbers by mentioning 'em. Why, ye ask?  Because he be a salty cad and self-described "Fantasy … Continue reading Dead Men Tell No Tales – the hatching (Ezekiel Boone)

Dead Men Tell No Tales – reboot (Amy Tintera)

Ahoy there me mateys! reboot (Amy Tintera) I heard about the book from fellow blogger Stefanie @ yourdaughtersbookshelf.  The premise sounded super interesting so I immediately e-booked it from a local library. So basically a virus called KDH has swept across the country.  It kills almost everyone but some come back to life i.e. “reboot.”  … Continue reading Dead Men Tell No Tales – reboot (Amy Tintera)

Dead Men Tell No Tales – hitchers (Will McIntosh)

Ahoy me mateys! hitchers (Will McIntosh) Yet another wonderful sci-fi novel by this author.  I just loved the whole scenario that has been set up.  A terrorist attack with major unintended consequences.  The main character, Finn was just fabulous.  I have to admit that the idea having my dead alcoholic grandfather hitching a ride in … Continue reading Dead Men Tell No Tales – hitchers (Will McIntosh)