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Book review: Robert E Kreig, The Brides of Woodmyst (@robertekreig )

The ascension of the Magi, as prophesied, came to pass, and word is spreading quickly, too quickly. War grips the land, innocents are being slaughtered, and against her every wish Alice must remain, and work on the bonds with her new sisters in magic, letting countless suffer. But this is but one of the many… Continue reading Book review: Robert E Kreig, The Brides of Woodmyst (@robertekreig )

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Book review: Diane May – EVO (@DianeMayWriter )

Marchiori had seen more than his fair share of murders, in his job it was to be expected. But never before had he seen anything like this. With all the markings of a rapidly escalating serial killer time is of the essence. And with the latest turn, the killer himself has given them a deadline… Continue reading Book review: Diane May – EVO (@DianeMayWriter )

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Book review: Michael Pronko – The Moving Blade (@pronkomichael )

Jamie hadn't seen her father, Bernard Mattson, for years, they had drifted apart, but it had been about to change, they had planned to reunite, but then his murder put a stop to the plan. But murder is not the only thing she finds in his wake, a robbery on the day of his funeral… Continue reading Book review: Michael Pronko – The Moving Blade (@pronkomichael )

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Top book review blogs 2019

Greetings everyone. Awesome news. My blog, K.J's Athenaeum, is included in the 2019 top review blogs! I am truly honoured to be included in this list. As you may know, I am never without a book in hand, and a majority of the time these are books published by indie authors. I always work hard… Continue reading Top book review blogs 2019

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Book review: Truly Unfortunate -CA King (@PortalProphecy )

Truly has been having a run of bad luck. Each month is a struggle to make rent and pay for her psychiatrist. Her childhood memories have been forgotten, but within there lies a dark secret. One her psychiatrist is determined to reveal. When people around Truly start dying in mysterious ways Jeff and Miranda are… Continue reading Book review: Truly Unfortunate -CA King (@PortalProphecy )

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Book review: The Ancient Order – JB Michaels

When thirty legionaries and a priest go missing following a request for information on the Christian God, and this new religion, what is to be done? Simple, you send Magnus, proven and respected warrior, to investigate. His journey leads him to an unsettling discovery, where an impossible show of brute force is just the start… Continue reading Book review: The Ancient Order – JB Michaels

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Book review: Candlewicke 13 Curse of the McRavens – Milan Sergent (@MilanSergent)

Valor McRaven had a destiny. He had heard whispers of great deeds, being the Knight of Night, during his latest poison recovery. But no one said anything to him, not that they were given the chance. His parent tried their best to keep him separate, and distant from other children by hiding in the shadows.… Continue reading Book review: Candlewicke 13 Curse of the McRavens – Milan Sergent (@MilanSergent)

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Book review: Making History – Bruce Polky

At the age of six, you are given a PAD. This piece of technology is integrated into your life, you can do nothing without it. They never fail, they never go faulty. Or at least that's what they would have you believe. There was one chip distributed that was faulty, but they would never admit… Continue reading Book review: Making History – Bruce Polky

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Book review: Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider – Ellen C Maze (@authorellenmaze )

The problem with writing a good book is you never know how far it will reach, nor the impact it will have on those who read it. Beth was used to the somewhat overzealous fans, but what she wasn't prepared for was a visit from a monster straight from her tales. He marked her for… Continue reading Book review: Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider – Ellen C Maze (@authorellenmaze )

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Book review: The Boston Metaphysical Society: A Storm of Secrets by Madeleine Holly-Rosing (@MHollyRosing )

Jonathon was pleased to have his daughter home again, but her return was not the easy transition he had hoped. Although her visions had not returned, she and her new husband had barely been under his roof when news of Jonathan's older brother, Hal, and his impending visit arrived, followed by a prompt attempt on… Continue reading Book review: The Boston Metaphysical Society: A Storm of Secrets by Madeleine Holly-Rosing (@MHollyRosing )