Snow White and the Seventeen Dwarfs: A Fairy Tale Satire by Ford Forkum

Publication Date: June 14, 2017

 

Snow White and the Seventeen Dwarfs: A Fairy Tale Satire by Ford ForkumSnow White and the Seventeen Dwarfs: A Fairy Tale Satire by Ford Forkum is a dark and satirical take on the cartoon version of the classic fairy tale.    Continue reading Snow White and the Seventeen Dwarfs: A Fairy Tale Satire by Ford Forkum

Cinderelleper: A Fairytale Satire by Ford Forkum

Publication Date: February 14, 2017

 

Cinderelleper: A Fairytale Satire by Ford Forkum

Cinderelleper: A Fairytale Satire by Ford Forkum is a satirical retelling of the classic Grimm fairy tale and the Cinderella movie produced by Disney in the 1950s.

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Valentine’s Day Book Release by Author Ford Forkum

Publication Date: February 14, 2017

 

Cinderelleper by Ford Forkum, a fairytale book review by Rabid Reader's Reviews

According to the Twitter account of the author Ford Forkum, his fairytale satire Cinderelleper was released today. Fans of Ford Forkum can grab a copy now. The book will soon be reviewed on our blog. Not a reader of Ford Forkum’s books? If you enjoy fantasy, science fiction and humor, then take the opportunity to check out our reviews of Alien Invasion of the Zombie Apocalypse and Beers in Heaven.

Check out an an interview with Ford Forkum about his new book on the BrazenSnake Books website.

 

 

 

Free e-book download on Amazon: Intergalactic Terrorist (Book One) by J.F. Monahan

Looking for something fabulously funny to read over the holidays? Head over to Amazon and pick up [easyazon_link asin=”B00D5EO4LO” locale=”US” new_window=”default” nofollow=”default” tag=”rabidreaders-20″]Intergalactic Terrorist (New Dimension Book 1)[/easyazon_link] for your Amazon Kindle FREE!

Charlie Pinwright is the most forgettable man on earth. As a child, his mother frequently picked the wrong boy up from school simply forgetting his face. After losing his girlfriend to a Spanish cake decorator, losing his job and being forced to share his flat with another family (the landlord leased the bedroom simply forgetting that Charlie was there), Charlie is kidnapped by an alien bounty hunter. Charlie soon finds out that the continuation of existence as we know (and don’t know) it may rest on his shoulders. Can one forgettable man save the galaxy?

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If you like Douglas Adams, Jasper Fforde and Ford Forkum, [easyazon_link asin=”B00D5EO4LO” locale=”US” new_window=”default” nofollow=”default” tag=”rabidreaders-20″]Intergalactic Terrorist (New Dimension Book 1)[/easyazon_link] is a read that you don’t want to miss!

How to be Dead by Dave Turner

Publication Date: December 1, 2013

 

In How to be Dead by Dave Turner, Dave MarwooHow to be Dead by Dave Turnerd is pretending he has a life. He goes to work, pines for his co-worker, goes home and … repeats. His life is the same, day after same day. When Dave has a near Death experience, Death offers him a job and a way out of his day-to-day life. Will Dave continue on his path of stagnant existence or go where few men had gone before and lived to tell the tale?

 

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Intergalactic Terrorist (New Dimension) by J.F. Monahan

Publication Date: July 1, 2013

 

JM_Intergalactic_Terrorist_01Charlie Pinwright is the most forgettable man on earth. As a child, his mother frequently picked the wrong boy up from school simply forgetting his face. After losing his girlfriend to a Spanish cake decorator, losing his job and being forced to share his flat with another family (the landlord leased the bedroom simply forgetting that Charlie was there), Charlie is kidnapped by an alien bounty hunter. Charlie soon finds out that the continuation of existence as we know (and don’t know) it may rest on his shoulders. Can one forgettable man save the galaxy?

 

 

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Rabid Reader’s Reviews – Best Reads 2012

Rabid Reader’s Reviews – Best Reads 2012

2012 was a great year for me. I started my book review blog in February and have since met a number of wonderful people and reviewed 97 novels. Some of the novels were great and some…well, I’ve never met a book I regret reading because as a side benefit of age, I can always forget with time. High lighted in this post are the seven best Indie books that I’ve read this year.

 

Best Indie Novels of 2012
(in no particular order)

American Goddesses by Gary Henry

Two women are chosen for a program that gives them superpowers. Gary Henry’s American Goddesses gives the new superheroes a super-baddie who causes problems for the women in an unexpected way. The twists and turns in this story were astoundingly clever as were the ways in which Henry addresses the problems that arise in their daily life as a result.

Henry is working on the second book in this series.

 

[easyazon-link asin=”1480107336″ locale=”us”]Sedition: A Political Thriller[/easyazon-link] by Tom Abrahams

[easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”1480107336″ locale=”us” height=”160″ src=”http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41lMXpTTG1L._SL160_.jpg” width=”107″]The President dies unexpectedly shortly after the Vice President’s demise. A tough, smart, female Speaker of the House is poised to take the main seat while the not yet sworn in, replacement, Vice President challenges her right. On the other side, an anarchist group sees this as their perfect opportunity to make their move (based on a real 1820 British plot). With an author who has spent many years as a political reporter, you can expect and get the best of the best political thriller.

In a Silva-esque move, Abrahams’s website gives us a look into the real places highlighted in [easyazon-link asin=”1480107336″ locale=”us”]Sedition: A Political Thriller[/easyazon-link].

 

[easyazon-link asin=”B009RAZ9AA” locale=”us”]Creator Class (The Creator Class Series)[/easyazon-link] by K.M. Breakey

[easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”B009RAZ9AA” locale=”us” height=”160″ src=”http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51i6K1dGHgL._SL160_.jpg” width=”100″]This book just squeaked in under the 2012 wire but would have certainly been on the 2013 list.

Shawn Lowe is a P-class 18-year-old who knows that there’s more out there than he can see. The Laws of Earthism that must be obeyed aren’t for him. Why can he only compete in the gaming rooms? Why can’t someone be recognized as the best at something? His Nana knows and she tries to tell him but talking about Pre-Great Transformation events is strictly prohibited. Up in C-class, unknown to Shawn, a 14-year-old girl watches. When she believes that Shawn will be terminated for blasphemous speech, she tries to warn and his friends in high places see this as a perfect chance to bring him to their world. Going to C-class may save Shawn’s life but the cost to him personally is great. [easyazon-link asin=”B009RAZ9AA” locale=”us”]Creator Class (The Creator Class Series)[/easyazon-link] is thought-provoking and poignant.

Action packed and entertaining, I can’t wait to read the next book in the series which is due out in 2013.

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