A Modern-Day Viking and Electrician Take on a Genetically Modified Dragon: My Review of James Byron Huggins’ Leviathan

About twenty years ago, while browsing through the fiction section of Reston Regional Library in Fairfax County, Virginia, I discovered James Byron Huggins. The book I picked up that day was Leviathan. It turned me into a Huggins fanboy.┬áSince then, I’ve devoured just about every book Huggins has written, and wish the man would write […]

Jannes Comes to America: My Review of James Byron Huggins’ Sorcerer

Michael Thorn and his wife have just moved to the outskirts of Salem, Massachusetts and want to settle into a quiet, semi-normal life. Thorn, a retired detective and former Special Forces operative, has seen enough violence to last several lifetimes. He now wants to focus on his marriage and his children. Unfortunately, the Thorn family’s […]