Mage Hunter: A fairly weak addition to the series.

Personally I felt that this book was the weakest in the series so far. It starts of quite well and hints of some cool new stuff but then it makes a U-turn and after that it just runs out of steam. It is still a read worthy book but personally I cannot justify more than three stars for this installment in the series. Continue reading Mage Hunter: A fairly weak addition to the series.

Never Forsaken: Another cool ass kicking ride with Bethany Anne.

The story continues and Bethany Anne & Co are as fouled mouthed and ass kicking as ever. As usual the characters are great. Especially Bethany Anne. The interactions are … inspired. The action is as kick ass as it should be for a Queen Bitch. Needless to say my rating for this book is a full set of stars. Continue reading Never Forsaken: Another cool ass kicking ride with Bethany Anne.

Ruins of Empire: Good read even though I am a little irked by the ending.

The continuation of Tyler Barron’s adventures in the war between the Confederation and the (communist) Union continues. On the whole though it was a soundly entertaining read. I am looking forward to the next book in the series. Continue reading Ruins of Empire: Good read even though I am a little irked by the ending.

Tired of Windows 10’s abysmal tiles ?

Windows 10’s tiles are abysmal. Not the ones that comes from pure apps pinned to the start page or menu (mostly at least) but the ones coming from pinning URL’s or folder locations. Since Microsoft Edge was introduced most pinned URL’s simply shows the Edge icon and grabs the, often way too long, page title from the site. To make matters worse you cannot change the icon nor the title as you can do with a normal desktop shortcut. Continue reading Tired of Windows 10’s abysmal tiles ?

Command Decisions – The adventure continues.

It seems like I cannot let go of this series until I have read all the books published. Command Decisions is book three of The Empire of Bones Saga and continues the adventures of Jared, Kelsey & Co. It is, naturally, in the same style as the other books which means it is a simple, fast paced and enjoyable space opera adventure. Continue reading Command Decisions – The adventure continues.