Review – Ironheart: The Primal Deception by Dakota Kemp

  Synopsis: For Jack Booker, an orphan from the cutthroat streets of Victorian, life is about survival. The squabbles of the imperial aristocracy are of no importance to him; neither does he concern himself with the machinations of the empire’s gods, the Primals, who rule humanity with indifferent disdain. Power plots amongst the mighty mean little…

Review – The Jacq of Spades by Patricia Loofburrow

Synopsis: The once-beautiful domed neo-Victorian city of Bridges is split between four crime families in an uneasy cease-fire. Social disparity increasing and its steam-driven infrastructure failing, a new faction is on the rise: the Red Dogs. Jacqueline Spadros has a dream life: a wealthy husband, a powerful family. But her life is not what it seems….

Review-Decay (Tesla Evolution) by Mark Lingane

Synposis: The story begins with Melanie’s sickness being miraculously cured and advised by the doctor to stay away from her friend Sebastian because the same thing that made her well could make her sick.The steam academy is rebuilt, but the city is not the same. The fortress of science, the last sanctuary from the marauding…