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Book review: Ellen C. maze – The Judging (@authorellenmaze )

In Ellen C. Maze's, The Judging, Mark was doing the work of God. Those who committed atrocities were brought to his attention and judged, and given a chance of redemption before he sent them to the afterlife. This was what he had told himself for centuries, he was not a vampire, despite some similarities to… Continue reading Book review: Ellen C. maze – The Judging (@authorellenmaze )

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Book review: Ruth Mitchell – Deleted (@literallyruth)

Spex were not just a trend, they were a way of life. The world was yours and with a thought, knowledge was at your fingertips. Thanks to Marco's app, never did you have to worry about forgetting a name again. Of course, there are some people who relish obscurity, who have found a hack not… Continue reading Book review: Ruth Mitchell – Deleted (@literallyruth)

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Book review: Shakeil Kanish & Larissa Mandeville – The Sigil

In Shakeil Kanish and Larissa Mandeville's, The Sigil, we meet Lake, who idolised his brother, he was everything he aspired to be. Brilliant, clever, successful. So when tragedy strikes, Lake's world is torn apart in more ways than he can imagine. Through his grief he encounters a secret his brother had been harbouring, another world,… Continue reading Book review: Shakeil Kanish & Larissa Mandeville – The Sigil

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Book review: Taylor Caley -Whispers of Sikar (@aeonverse)

Lydia had started her path with the purest intentions. Her sister, Adea, had been plagued with terrifying nightmares, which only seemed to grow worse. When forbidden topics and hidden knowledge surface, Lydia believes she has found a way to cure her sister, to ease her suffering. Little did she know this path was the start… Continue reading Book review: Taylor Caley -Whispers of Sikar (@aeonverse)

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Book review: T N Traynor – Idi and the Oracle’s Quest (@tracy_traynor)

When an innocent dalliance, masked in deception, ends with murder, the king has some difficult decisions to make. For the good of his kingdom, he must abandon his daughter, keep her, and the baby she carries, from sight and mind, but her exile brings further danger as dark magic consumes the land, rekindling threats once… Continue reading Book review: T N Traynor – Idi and the Oracle’s Quest (@tracy_traynor)

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Book review: C. James Brown – Killing Influence

In C. James Brown's Killing Influence, when two social media influencers are found dead, Earl Town finds himself in more trouble than he could imagine. His previous fame attracted attention, which was great for his detective agency, right up until the mob boss seeks him out. The two deaths had both been written off as… Continue reading Book review: C. James Brown – Killing Influence

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Book review: T.L. Callahan – Rising Chaos

In T.L Callahan's Rising Chaos, Lia Davis had known there would be things expected of her as Bennett's bond-mate, but when he whisked her away to his home she realised just how much was expected from her. Raised with no knowledge of their people, Lia finds herself under the merciless regime of Bennett's Arxhai, Selene,… Continue reading Book review: T.L. Callahan – Rising Chaos

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Book review@ Alane Adams – The Eye of Zeus (@AlaneAdamsBooks)

In Alane Adams' The Eye of Zeus, Phoebe had been passed from pillar to post through the foster system, but no matter where she went, or how determined she was to have a fresh start trouble always found her. Strange things seemed to happen around her, fires, freak hail storms, it wasn't exactly conducive to… Continue reading Book review@ Alane Adams – The Eye of Zeus (@AlaneAdamsBooks)

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Book review: Casey Bartsch – Behind the Red Curtian

Lucy thought it might be nice to have a drink with the handsome stranger who had rescued her from the young hooligans. He had seemed nice enough, refined and gentlemanly, with his tailored suit and disarming smile. She would soon discover looks could be deceiving. Imprisoned and tormented Lucy tries to put her father's lessons… Continue reading Book review: Casey Bartsch – Behind the Red Curtian

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Book review: Joan Tenner – Grandma’s Halloween Stories

Grandma's Halloween Stories written by Joan Tenner, and illustrated by Jesus Lopez, is an amazing and delightful composition of spooky tales involving witchcraft, potions, and magic. It was written over the years for her own grandchildren between 1989 to 1996 and is comprised of 8 short and lovable stories, each with a different Halloween theme,… Continue reading Book review: Joan Tenner – Grandma’s Halloween Stories