Author Archives: Tony Breeden

About Tony Breeden

Tony Breeden is an author, creation speaker, Gospel preacher, vocalist and artist from West Virginia. He is also the founder of DefendingGenesis.org. Find out about his books at http://TonyBreedenBooks.com.
fallen-leefrench

The Greatest Sin – Vol 1: The Fallen by Lee French and Eric Kort – Tangled Sky Press (2014)

The Fallen is the first book in the Greatest Sin series. Volume 1 introduces us to Chavali the Seer, a gypsy fortuneteller who can read minds. It also introduces us to the Fallen, an organization of resurrected people who are seeking to

fallen-leefrench

The Greatest Sin – Vol 1: The Fallen by Lee French and Eric Kort – Tangled Sky Press (2014)

The Fallen is the first book in the Greatest Sin series. Volume 1 introduces us to Chavali the Seer, a gypsy fortuneteller who can read minds. It also introduces us to the Fallen, an organization of resurrected people who are seeking to

reichs1

Legal Reichs: Book 1 – There’s A Thin Line by Ronin Schtihl Daire and Trisha A. Lindsey (America Star Books/Publish America) 2000

There’s a Thin Line is the first book of the Legal Reichs series. The series concerns Josef, a man groomed to be the leader of the neo-Nazi White supremacy hate group, the Aryan Brotherhood Nation, and Blaire, who is supposed

reichs1

Legal Reichs: Book 1 – There’s A Thin Line by Ronin Schtihl Daire and Trisha A. Lindsey (America Star Books/Publish America) 2000

There’s a Thin Line is the first book of the Legal Reichs series. The series concerns Josef, a man groomed to be the leader of the neo-Nazi White supremacy hate group, the Aryan Brotherhood Nation, and Blaire, who is supposed

cadmon-deaconson

Caedmon: The Lord’s Prophet by John K Deaconson – Createspace (2013)

I found myself of two minds regarding Caedmon: The Lord’s Prophet. On the one hand I enjoy reading Chaucer and Beowulf, so I wasn’t put off by the Welsh and Old English terms, even when naming conventions make telling one

cadmon-deaconson

Caedmon: The Lord’s Prophet by John K Deaconson – Createspace (2013)

I found myself of two minds regarding Caedmon: The Lord’s Prophet. On the one hand I enjoy reading Chaucer and Beowulf, so I wasn’t put off by the Welsh and Old English terms, even when naming conventions make telling one

fractured-nagle

Fractured by Lambert Nagle – Lambert Nagle (2014)

Fractured by Lambert Nagle is a short story prequel to Revolution Earth. As such, I imagine it adds value and insight to folks who are already fans of Revolution Earth. Unfortunately, I’d never heard of the book until I received

fractured-nagle

Fractured by Lambert Nagle – Lambert Nagle (2014)

Fractured by Lambert Nagle is a short story prequel to Revolution Earth. As such, I imagine it adds value and insight to folks who are already fans of Revolution Earth. Unfortunately, I’d never heard of the book until I received

dannyboy-whiskens

Danny Boy by Laura Whiskens – House of Cats Publishing [UK] (2013) [Short Story]

I have never reviewed a short story before, but I happily leave a few comments for Laura Whisken’s “Danny Boy.” This brief tale is told from the point of view of a girl who grows up next door to a

dannyboy-whiskens

Danny Boy by Laura Whiskens – House of Cats Publishing [UK] (2013) [Short Story]

I have never reviewed a short story before, but I happily leave a few comments for Laura Whisken’s “Danny Boy.” This brief tale is told from the point of view of a girl who grows up next door to a

vigilante-parrish

Vigilante by Robin Parrish. Bethany House Publishers (2011)

Robin Parrish’s Vigilante starts off well, but ends rather flat, but I’m getting ahead of myself. Vigilante is one part Batman, one part Darkman. A decorated soldier becomes the faceless Hand, pitting himself against organized crime and hoping to inspire

vigilante-parrish

Vigilante by Robin Parrish. Bethany House Publishers (2011)

Robin Parrish’s Vigilante starts off well, but ends rather flat, but I’m getting ahead of myself. Vigilante is one part Batman, one part Darkman. A decorated soldier becomes the faceless Hand, pitting himself against organized crime and hoping to inspire

wintersend-cartharn

Winter’s End by Clarissa Cartharn – CreateSpace Publishing (2013)

I typically avoid romance novels. Two reasons: I’m a guy and… and I’m a guy. I’m just not the market. Having said that, I mostly enjoyed Winter’s End. It was a slow, rambling exploration of a widowed woman’s healing, re-marriage and

wintersend-cartharn

Winter’s End by Clarissa Cartharn – CreateSpace Publishing (2013)

I typically avoid romance novels. Two reasons: I’m a guy and… and I’m a guy. I’m just not the market. Having said that, I mostly enjoyed Winter’s End. It was a slow, rambling exploration of a widowed woman’s healing, re-marriage and